Letters to the Editor - March 2006
I recently read your article, Church Dynamism, in The Network Journal’s December/January issue, and wanted to follow up with you. I appreciate your covering some of the comments from my speech last fall to the “Black Churches Mean Business Conference.” I truly believe education is the foundation of wealth, and an important aspect of Ariel’s mission is to make savings and investing a topic of dinnertime conversation in every home—particularly within the Black community. Like education, investing can transform lives, so I appreciated your pinpointing the essence of my remarks.
I enjoyed your article and wanted to thank you for your support.
President, Ariel Capital Management LLC
I have finally been able to review the December 2005/January 2006 issue of TNJ almost from cover to cover and I am elated! TNJ really did a great job and I am proud to be a part of this issue. Kudos to the TNJ staff. Thanks so much for including me in the issue. I appreciate all of your professionalism and support.
Sheila S. Boston
Kaye Scholer LLP
New York City
I really enjoy your publication. It’s educational and informative. There is a downside, though. Your magazine is geared toward New York and I am in Washington, D.C. I wish there were a Network Journal geared toward Washingtonians! I really enjoyed your July/August 2005 issue with Mark H. Morial on the cover. I found this entire issue very useful. If possible, please send me the address of the National Urban League office where Mr. Morial works, as well as the office here in the D.C. area. I would like to obtain information on starting a business and on home ownership programs. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
National Urban League, 120 Wall St., 8th Fl., New York, N.Y. 10005; The Greater Washington Urban League, 2901 14th St., N.W., Washington, D.C., 20009.
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