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Atlanta & The Federal Gov't vs The BLACK American Community

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(Note:  I apologize for a brief coughing spell I experienced while on the air.)

PART 1:

ATLANTA:   "The City Too Busy To Hate!"

During this segment we'll discuss the Significant role Atlanta plays in BLACK America & how its direct link to the Federal Gov't contributes to Racism and Fewer Post-Recession Business Opportunities for BLACKS who reside in Southeastern Regions of the U.S.

Atlanta, Ga is a Southeastern Hub for the Federal Gov't.

Federal District Offices for this region are located in Atlanta.  Ex:  IRS, Civil Rights Division (EEOC),  VA,  HUD,  FBI,  CIA.

Due to Atlanta being the native home of the late Civil Rights Leader Dr Martin Luther King Jr & providing lucrative Business Opportunities for Minorities,  Atlanta was also once known as the “BLACK Mecca”.

However that Business Climate for BLACK Entreprenuers changed soon after the Recession. 

Harlem, NY is now the new "BLACK Mecca'.

Ironically none of Atlanta’s Federal  Gov't Offices Closed.

When BLACK Citizens who reside in the Southeastern United States file Discrimination Charges against a Business Entity,  those Complaints are directed to  the Atlanta Offices.

It's the Atlanta Offices which instruct Local Southeastern Civil Rights Offices to Process or Refuse to Investigate Charges filed by BLACK Citizens,  thus NOTHING is being done to help those who were legally injured due to Racism.

Washington, DC Officials are aware of this problem but don't appear interested enough to improve the system.

Yet Congress continues to appropriate Billions of Dollars to Atlanta's Fed Offices.

Are Atlanta's Federal Gov't Offices contributing to Poor Racial Relations in Southeastern America?

 


 

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