Community Books is an American publisher specializing in books advocating equality and fairness in order to better the lives of the 99%.
Community books was founded in 2015 by Jorge P. Newbery, a social justice entrepreneur on a mission to help Americans crushed by unaffordable debts. While breaking the chain of debt may feel like an insurmountable problem, a debt-free life is not out of reach.
"Newbery owed creditors over 26 million dollars.
But by utilizing legal loopholes and tricks, he was able to erase his debt much of it without paying most of the monies owed and now shares the tricks with the indebted American public."-Portland Book Review
Jorge at Occupy Cincinnati planning meeting, October 2,2011. Image Courtesy of Coulter Loeb Pocket Propaganda
Newbery fuses entrepreneurship with a social mission to improve the lives of the 99%.
From Keeping families at risk of foreclosure in their homes, providing jobs to hundreds of ex-offenders, to helping overwhelmed debtors achieve debt freedom, Newbery is committed to grow enterprises which both generate a profit as well as transformative societal benefits.
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