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Discussing the 4 core principles of Conscious Capitalism.
Christopher King (King) - who goes by King is the President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and author of a new book titled" Connecting With Intent - Why Social Capital is more Valuable than Financial Capital". He is the founder and CEO of King Connections.
Ross Girardi - Vice President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and Founder and Managing Director of Conscious Management Consulting (CMC).
Meet today's Guest:
US African Diaspora Business Council
US-ADBC is conceived and developed to provide information, build capacity and developmental infrastructure of the growing US-African diaspora business community.
The growing US Africa diaspora businesses it production, marketing, distribution infrastructure, and its purchasing / investment power can directly contribute to the economic development of small enterprises in Africa, with impact to the US - Africa trade relations.
The US-African diaspora business community could open opportunity for US businesses that have potential and interest to enter the emerging African market. This will encourage US businesses and maximizes investment opportunities.
US-African diaspora is well positioned and highly motivated to provide leadership and grow the US-Africa investment and transfer of knowledge and appropriate US technology to Africa.
Africa On The Move invites you to join us on Sunday, June 6, 2014, at 7pm est. We will discuss the topics:"News You Can Use!" and "What's Going On?" Open topic for our listerning audience tonight, join us at 323-679-0841 or online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move. The following guest for this program are: Haki Kimaathai Muchoki, Anthony Williams, Jabari Robinson, Robert Moses, Hattie Barnes and Banbose Shango.
Karen Cressman, a Spiritual Interpreter who brings forth wisdom from other realms, along with Marc Himmelstein from Healing 4 Inner Peace, had a conversation with one of the Andromeda Council’s Commanders to learn about the current status of events happening as the Council supports Earth and humanity in its ascension process. Learn how the Grand Cardinal Cross astrological alignment is affecting us; what the council is doing to assist us in creating sustainable practices in our governments, financial markets, healthcare systems, etc.; who are the players in the multiverses working for and against our ascension process, and … how YOU can help.
Join "African On The Move" every Sunday night from 7 - 9 pm, as we discuss issues that affect Africa and African people. We speak truth to power and is a voice for the voiceless. Come and join us by dialing 323-679-0841 or go on line at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.
"Africa On The Move" is a part of the Pan-African Movement and seeks to be a voice for Africans at "Home & Abroad." Come and join us on Sundays at 7 pm as we speak "truth to power" and liberation over oppression. Call in at 323-679-0841 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.
"Africa On The Move" invites you and the community to engage with us on the subject matter "Are We Free"? This issue of "Freedom" needs to be discuss, understood and measure for a people, who are confused and disorganized. We come to challege the notion that we are a "free" people of today's world under the present economic and political system that govern our lives today. Call in at 323-679-0841 or go on line at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move
We have discussed the similarities int he histories of our two countries and now I would like to fast forward to what is in the headlines in the US today. I will touch on four areas - the BLM land grabs, the demands for a higher minimum wage, gun control and the influx of illegal aliens.
The South African country already portrays a high unemployment level, and does not have work for its own people, let alone illegal’s. Yet the Zimbabweans have proved to be educated, hard working people, and South Africa benefits from the skilled labor offered by these illegals.
These people were given a partial amnesty by the SA Government, but due to the high levels of unemployment in South Africa, the people of SA were incensed and Xenophobic attacks were the direct result of this action.
Xenophobia in South Africa: Last month, during two weeks in May, 2008, a series of attacks took place all over South Africa. In a clash between the poorest of the poor, gangs of local black South Africans descended on informal settlements and shanty towns, armed with clubs, machetes and torches, and attacked immigrants from Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabawe. Locals accused these immigrants of taking jobs away from them, among other grievances. Over the course of those two weeks, over 60 foreigners were killed, several hundred injured, and many thousands of immigrants are now displaced, or are returning to their home countries. Dealing with the aftermath of the attacks has become a large problem for South Africa - prosecuting attackers, accommodating refugees, dealing with a labor shortage, political damage control, seeking to address root causes, and some soul-searching
Featured Guest: Carol Tappenden
Carol is a development practitioner dedicated to working with institutions that channel sustainable resources towards the world’s most pressing problems, especially on the African continent.
South African born and raised, Carol has over 14 years experience in philanthropy, CSR, impact investment, non-profit management, and fundraising. Through her work with non-profits,international devleopment agencies and multi-national corporations, as well as through speaking engagements across the globe, she has established a far reaching international network in Africa, the US, Europe, the UK, Central and South America, Australia and Asia.
Key Highlights will include: due diligence in high risk countries; Africa's growing economy (and key areas); the Africa network & Shared Value services
"Africa On The Move" highlights the followings topics: "Do People Really Want To Know The Truth?" "An Acknowledgement of Kwame Ture's 73rd Birthday! & An Update on the Micheal Fulton Case." Tune in on Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 7 p.m. to discuss these issues and concerns by dialing 323-679-0841 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move. The invited speakers include: Haki Kimaathi Muchoki. Anthony Williams, Robert Mosses, Jabari Robinson & Banbose Shango.
Global Peeks sits down with long-time human rights activist and organizer Ajamu Baraka to discuss his article “Iraq, Libya, Syria: Three reasons African Americans should oppose U.S. intervention in Africa” and other topics effecting the Global stage.
We want to explore US intentions behind its meddling and record of destruction on the Continent & worldwide.
We want to discuss President Barack Obama—the first Black President & son of a Kenyan father yet continuing a murky US foreign policy & counter progressive legacy in Africa.
“Africa, there is not one instance of the U.S. being on the side of African independence, not one. In fact, in every struggle on the part of Africans to free themselves from the oppressive yoke of European colonialism, the U.S. aligned with the colonial powers across the continent to undermine African independence. U.S. policy in Africa was consistently pro-white power…”
Mr. Baraka a long-time human rights activist and organizer is an editor and contributing columnist for Black Agenda Report. He is currently an Associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C.
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