(TriceEdneyWire.com) – He has been called “the nation’s most prolific writer on economic empowerment for Black people.” Now, Jim Clingman has released his 5th book on the subject, aptly describing the dominant-submissive relationship between economics and politics, respectively. The book, Black Dollars Matter, contains stark and sometimes biting commentary, statistical data, and documented information, with thought-provoking quotations sprinkled throughout.

“Black Dollars Matter is a searchlight to find solutions, a spotlight that illuminates the way forward, and an admonishment that we ‘Teach our dollars how to make more sense;’ and it shows us how to do that,” says Clingman in a statement.

Clingman has always believed in the priority of his message over the messenger. “I have no proprietary claim on most of what I write. My message is taken from the deep treasures of information left by many who have passed on,” he states. “I am just another in a long line of messengers.”

In the book, Clingman espouses practical easy-to-facilitate solutions to the economic and political problems facing Black people in America, and he continues to dedicate himself to initiating and participating in those solutions, rather than merely issuing self-serving and self-aggrandizing calls to the masses. “Jim Clingman is unquestionably one of the foremost practitioners of Black economic empowerment in America,” says Rev. Dr. Jonathan L. Weaver; Founder & National President, Collective Empowerment Group, Upper Marlboro, Md.

“Professor James Clingman is considered by many to be the most thought-provoking, solutions-oriented, and perceptive commentator on the too-often ignored critical subject of Black economics,” says Peter Bailey; Journalist, Washington, D.C.

“Because Jim is a man of faith, he recognizes that these conversations encompass issues regarding government, institutional religion, nationalism, and social injustice,” says Arnelious Crenshaw, Jr.; Evangelist, Northeast Church of Christ, Oklahoma City.

Black Dollars Matter is available at www.blackonomics.com, www.professionalpublishinghouse.com, and Amazon Kindle eBooks. For more information or to order the book, James Clingman can be contacted directly at jclingman@blackonomics.com, or 513-315-9866.