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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Crisis of black leadership in Indianapolis - The Politics of Change

We have a big leadership crisis across America. We also have a big "black leadership" crisis across Black America both locally and nationally. Here is a post from the Black Accountability Project -Indy that provides more detail on the local crisis of black leadership in one city; Indianapolis. I think in many ways this black leadership void in Indy is replicated across Black America in every major city.

Hat Tip Black Accountability Project -Indy for addressing the issue in such as constructive way. I'm sure The Black Accountability Project - Indy will be working to highlight and take action to address what we know.

There is a Crisis of black leadership in Indianapolis.

Black Accountability Project -Indy

Simply put, we have very little of it. Across the board, black led organizations are almost incapable of exercising principled, effective, strategic leadership. This phenomenon holds true across the spectrum of black organizations, from churches, to social service organizations to community development corporations. Whether you're talking about homeowners associations, civic organizations, local chapters of national organizations, greeks, or political organizations, effective, accountable leadership is few and far between. Read More Here

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