2014 In Review, Day 12- Operation HOPE Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

December, 2014


Operation HOPE Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

Financial independence book makes three bestseller lists

LBJ_and_Dr-_King_after_signing_Civil_Rights_Act_of_1964_t580LOS ANGELES – July 2, 2014 – Today marks the one-month anniversary of the release of How the Poor Can Save Capitalism (Berrett-Koehler Publisher) by John Hope Bryant CEO of Operation HOPE. Notably this also marks the 50thanniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 

“This book is a memo to America, which fulfills King’s dream of economic and civil rights. It lays out a plan for rebuilding a path to the middle class; a pathway for true financial and personal independence, an important goal as we celebrate our nation’s independence,” says the author.

CEOREAD announced today, the book as #9 on its Best-seller list, a monthly compilation of the top selling books by the wholesale business book leader. These books are featured on their website, and within the Keen Thinker Newsletter, and syndicated through various publications.

How the Poor Can Save Capitalism has reached as high as #9 on Amazon’s Bestsellers list, and also topped the chart as the #1 Bestselling book on Poverty and Social Policy, arguably the most important issues in America. The publisher is already rushing a reprint of the book.


Posted by Natasha Eldridge, Office of the Chairman


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