I am super excited to announce that my publisher, Berrett-Koehler Publishing, has decided to issue my bestselling book "How The Poor Can Save Capitalism: Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class. The Solution for the 100%," in paperback this month!
My first book signing for the paperback edition was this week at the Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit 2015, in Austin, Texas, where I was also honored to be a keynote speaker.
A special thank you to Hudson Books (our nation's airport bookstores) and Barnes & Nobles Booksellers who have both made significant pre-orders and will both feature the book this month, going forward! Please share the below release, tell a friend, and if you don't yet have a copy, please pick up one.
John Hope Bryant
How the Poor Can Save Capitalism by John Hope Bryant is Now Released in Paperback
John Hope Bryant is building a brighter future in Ferguson, Baltimore, Detroit, and many more cities where income inequality is the norm.
OAKLAND, CA (PRWEB) OCTOBER 08, 2015
How the Poor Can Save Capitalism is a book about saving America, all of America. On the one-year anniversary of this book it has never been more important that we begin to solve the problem of income inequality. In the book, John Hope Bryant explains his strategy for restoring the American middle class and eradicating poverty. He says, “We must make financial literacy – teaching each and every one of our children the language of money – the new civil rights issue for the twenty-first century America.”
When the book was first published last year there were only three HOPE Inside centers up and running. The book has helped to create a thriving reality that now includes, thirty-one HOPE Inside centers that are up and running in places like, Ferguson, Detroit, and Baltimore. There are 240 more centers on the way. The promise of the book and of John Hope-Bryant is becoming a reality for the poor people in these communities.