New York, NY - In direct response to the continued historic economic inequities facing Black Americans, De’Andre Salter has authored The Culture of Money (TCOM) to address the Black wealth gap and how to break the cycle of generational poverty. Salter is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, certified financial expert, acclaimed author and a newly minted Bishop, following his consecration by the Joint College of African-American Pentecostal Bishops and the Macedonia International Bible Fellowship. The Culture of Money aims to build a Black wealth movement through the adoption of three community-shared values...Know More, Own More and Pass Down More


It is with his relentless passion to help others strengthen their faith, families, and communities, that Salter focuses on what he calls a great civil rights issue of our day—the overwhelming wealth gap and future wealth transfer. 


TCOM is a blueprint for creating Black wealth and Salter is calling readers to a different type of “altar” call, one of financial healing. TCOM puts an emphasis on making a commitment to behavioral changes in our attitudes toward money to decrease our personal wealth gap, while increasing our net worth and enabling us to take our seats at the proverbial table—politically, economically, and socially. 

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Salter reminds us of the scripture, “A righteous man passes down wealth to his children and his children’s children.” Through his spiritual and professional journey of wins and losses, from bankruptcy at the age of twenty-one to becoming Senior Vice President at three different Fortune 500 firms to millionaire by age thirty, he learned the difference between making money and building wealth, many times over. Salter believes, “Every good investment you make in your life will render extraordinary returns.”


Mynd Matters Publishing will release The Culture of Money on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. TCOM is currently available for pre-order at, Barnes and Noble and 


THE CULTURE OF MONEY: ISBN# 978-953307-12-5