Understanding how money and wealth building work is one of the keys to the next Civil Rights movement. In far too many situations, African Americans are left trying to figure out how to achieve their economic goals in a world where it seems that the challenges are too numerous to mention.
Dr Boyce Watkins is the intellectual warrior who can help you fight your way out of the chaotic complexities of America's capitalist landscape.
The course consists of answers to questions that Dr Watkins has received through the years and will give you a wide variety of insights into various financial topics. You'll find hours of tremendous content that can be enjoyed by the entire family.
I love to learn. I love to teach.. I never presume that I know everything, since the key to knowledge is understanding how little you actually know. But my goal is to give information, insights and perspectives that allow you to broaden your thinking and to realize all that is possible.
My PhD is in Finance, which I obtained from The Ohio State University. My masters degrees are in Mathematics and Statistics, which I earned at The University of Kentucky. I also received BA and BS degrees with a triple major in Finance, Economics and Business Management from The University of Kentucky.
I have been on the faculty at Syracuse University since 2001. Before that, I taught classes at The University of Rochester, The Ohio State University, Indiana University and The University of Kentucky. I've been teaching at the college level since I was 22 years old, and have mostly taught classes in Mathematics, Economics, Statistics and Finance.
I am the author of the following books: "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about College," "What if George Bush were a Black Man?", "Financial Lovemaking 101: Merging Assets with Your Partner in Ways that Feel Good," and "Black American Money."
Finally, I am the founder of the Your Black World Coalition, an organization and independent media outlet with over half a million subscribers worldwide. We have played a role in confronting destructive hip-hop music, and have also led campaigns on various civil rights issues in the African American community.