Emily invents a new identity to help turn the tide against the Graysons. Meanwhile, Charlotte goes to Jack for help.
Every leading indicator - unemployment, income, wealth, educational attainment, home ownership and foreclosures - demonstrates that the African-American financial foundation is crumbling at rates that are comparatively worse than other segments of the U.S. population. "Almighty Debt: A CNN Black in America Special" is told through experiences of members of the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, New Jersey, and explores how an institution central to African-American communities for generations is helping its 7,000 parishioners survive the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. "Almighty Debt" introduces viewers to the Rev. Dr. DeForest "Buster" Soaries, who believes "debt is the new slavery" and follows him as he attempts to invoke faith to fight debt from his pulpit. The church's community development corporation struggles to help desperate homeowners save their homes from foreclosure and the unemployed find work. The youth ministry assists students with financial aid applications. But can this church help ensure better futures in a time of new financial challenges?
Join Wanda as she watches fiance’s Eddie McGee & Anna Nixon of King, NC plan their simple wedding.
The news of the American victory at Yorktown spreads like wildfire around the globe. Patriots celebrate and Loyalists begin evacuating, as Washington awaits the next British move. Parliament's growing anti-war faction forces the King to sue for peace and agree to American independence. John Adams joins Benjamin Franklin in France to negotiate the treaty of 1783. But the new nation is broke and confused, as Washington resigns his commission and Congress disbands the standing Continental army. The thirteen American states convene a Constitutional Convention to hammer out a new form of government, and urge a reluctant Washington to become American's first President.
It is possible to stay debt-free when you adopt a personal “pay-as-you-go” policy, which Wanda discusses with Washington Post syndicated financial columnist Michelle Singletary.
Stroll down the slow lane in Wanda's home town of Mount Airy, NC, and learn the basics of simple living through a "time tracker" exercise, and with money pointers from Washington Post syndicated financial columnist Michelle Singletary.
As Miles, Charlie, Monroe and Conor rush to escape Austin, a confrontation separates Miles from the group. While out searching for Miles, Charlie is confronted by Neville who demands information on Jason's whereabouts. Meanwhile, a wounded Miles faces increasingly hopeless circumstances, and Aaron learns that the nanotech has been busy.
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