Akindele Akinyemi is a member of the national advisory council of the black leadership network Project 21. He is the co-founder and chief executive officer of the Detroit-based One Network, a nonpartisan organization seeking to unite small businesses to create economic and political “urban regional networks.”  He is a former member of the radical Nubian Islamic Hebrew Mission, but later converted to Christianity.  He is the host of the “One Network” blog.

Publications by Akindele Akinyemi:

NAACP Rejects Life (August 2007)

Black Liberals Need To Stop The Double Standard (April 2007)

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