Black Empowerment with Nataki Kambon of #LetsBuyBlack365


Welcome to the Royal State of Mind Podcast.

On today’s show, I talk with guest Nataki Kambon. She is THE SPOKESPERSON for Let’s Buy Black 365 — a movement THAT STARTED IN 2014, HAD ITS OFFICIAL LAUNCH IN December of 2015, and focuses on black economic empowerment.

Nationwide, members of the #LetsBuyBlack365 movement are are encouraged to post and share black-owned businesses on the website, forming a network of black resource sharing. Nataki and the #LetsBuyBlack365 movement stress the need for black people to invest in themselves — a sense of unity that strengthens the community overall.

In today’s podcast, Nataki and I discuss a variety of topics and issues that relate to her upstart movement. Nataki explains the reasons behind the creation of #LetsBuyBlack365; answers why such a movement is even needed; educates on the prolific history of black empowerment; and details the benefits of black empowerment.

We also branch out and talk about relevant topics in society today. Nataki gives her thoughts on the consistently white Oscars; how black award shows relate to black empowerment; and the ways of exploitative companies and figures like Nike and Michael Jordan. Nataki also comments on the inexplicable water crisis in Flint, Michigan and explains how #LetsBuyBlack365 is assisting the citizens of the poisoned city.

Listen to today’s podcast for an insightful and educated conversation. Then, let me know what you think about the conversation by tweeting to @AmiriTulloch or @ThisIsRSOM, and by leaving a response on our Facebook page.

this show was recorded on January 24, 2016.