What do you say to a Black woman with a doctorate in Economics from MIT, a syndicated column, a radio show that reaches thousands, and is the CEO of her own multimedia company?
Nothing. You listen.
Dr. Malveaux drew gasps when she zeroed in on the state of the race. “Seventy-eight percent of Black men who did not graduate from high school are out of work,” she said. And this index, she continued, provides a clue to why the government has failed to “invest in human resources.”
I am a big fan of Julianne ever since I saw her talk years ago when I went back to MIT for a BAMIT
event. She gets it. She pushes a certain political solution to economic issues but has a small business owner she has no time for trifling people on her payroll either. She should be listened to, and if you ask her the right questions she will drop some knowledge on you.