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Listen to Living Education eFair Housing Today Radio , with host Michel Davis Robinson, Founder and CEO of Forest Of The Rain Productions on May 28, 2014 from 11:00am-12:00pm as she discusses "The Importance of Equal Housing Opportunity and Access to a Qualtiy Education. Ms. Davis Robinson's guest will be Stella Adams.
Stella Adams is a civil rights professional with over 20 years experience with civil rights enforcement. She has worked tirelessly to provide equal access and equal opportunity to all. Her specialties include:Fair Housing Investigations, Fair Lending Investigations, Fair Housing Policy, Fair Lending Policy, Mortgage Fraud Investigations, Analysis of Impediment studies, Foreclosure Prevention/Loss Mitigation, Civil Rights Education and Advocacy.
Stella Adams, is the Founder and CEO of SJ Adams Consulting; a full service civil rights research and consulting firm located in Durham, NC. S J Adams Consulting provides a broad range of services to non-profit community based organizations, government and industry to assist them in meeting their fair housing, fair lending, diversity or environmental justice goals. These services include Fair Housing/Lending audits, Fair Housing Planning, Research, Mystery Shopping, Civil Rights Investigations, Mortgage Fraud Investigations, Compliance Programs, Training Programs, and Independent Assessments.
S J Adams Consulting is dedicated to the creation of equal housing opportunity and equal access to financial services for all citizens regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, familial status, disability or source of income.
Tonight is an entirely selfless show where we talk to a few callers about their issues, life problems, situations and whatever they want to talk about, but we also have the time, heart, patience, & maturity to adress real topics such as equality, equal opportunity, demons, & more.
Join myself, Huggy, Matt, & Chris Bunny, as we talk about all of these things and more, hoping you tune in, to hear a bunch of random guys you do not know, talk.
I'm sure it will be a great time = )
Equal opportunity is not preference. Equal opportunity means race, color, religion or national origin will not detemine an applicant to be qualified or unqualified. Equal opportunity says skin color can no longer be an automatic job rejection or an automatic hire. Equal opportunity assures the same hiring critria will apply to all applicants. Equal opportunity assures pay levels will be based on the job duties. Equal opportunity assures all Americans jobs will not be provided based on skin but based on the qualification and abilities of the applicant/employee. Equal opportunity employment is not preference employment. Equal opportunity prevents preference employment.
Bee's opinion! Equal opportunity has not arrived for all America. For centuries, America's rich, free White males purposely excluded all others groups. As time passed, other groups were provided some opportunity at the will and wave of the wand of America's rich, free White males. The wand of opportunity for Black Americans has been slow and next to none in its wave.
When America use laziness as cause for Blacks in poverty, America shows lack of knowledge of America's history. The rich free White male purchased Africans for economic reasons. The Slave industry was founded or should I say the slave industry was born, and the workers were chattel. Blacks were bought and sold to work, breeded like cattle to work, beat to submit and work more, and killed at the wave of the wand with no protection under the US laws.
Employment Opportunity for Blacks was solely at the will of the rich White male until the early 1960's. Even today poverty stats suspiciously reeks of racial discrimination. Highest rates of poverty in 2012 US, 35% Black; 34% Hispanic; 12% Asian, 9% White; A lot of poverty is contributed to slave wages.
2010 census data show racial demographics for US is 64% White; 16% Hispanic; 12% Black; 5% Asian; 1% American Indian and Alaska Native 2% two or more races. When I hear equal opportunity is racial entitlement, I can only think the speaker feels the rich free White male had the right idea when Black males were 3/4 human and Black women and children were disposable flesh.
Part 1 of 3: Originally Aired February 17, 2013
Dianne Linderman speaks about the way media views conservatives.
Hear Dianne's personal story about her early days of being an entrepreneur, and what helped her succeed. How does an entrepreneur's mindset compare to that of a person with an entitlement mentality?
A woman calls in to speak with Dianne about the opportunity in America – is it the same for everyone?
Learn more about Dianne on her website at http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/
Who invented equal opportunity? According to Frank Dobbin, Ph.D., a Professor of Sociology at Harvard University, it was personnel experts inside major corporations. In his book Inventing Equal Opportunity, he argues that virtually all of the anti-discrimination policies we have in place today can be traced back to this one professional group.
In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Dobbin for a conversation about the origins of equal opportunity, the relationship between the courts and human resources departments, why compliance is a "moving target", and the future of equal opportunity.
Tune in this Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. with Dr. Lesly as she shares her advice on turning adversity into opportunity.
Adversity is a word that signals challenge and requires action. You are challenged by the negative situation that presents it's self. You have a choice in how you choose to react.
The reality is that it takes more than just thoughts, persistence or even resilience to face adversity. You must equip yourself with the "P" factor.
Dr. Lesy will share how the "P" factor can positively add to your life.
If you would like Dr. Lesly to speak at your next retreat, mastermind group, workshop, seminar or keynote event connect with her at email@example.com.
if you would like to be a guest on the show please contact Dr. Lesly at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week I want to dedicate the show to a specific blog post I wrote based on an article by Professor, Economist, & Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz titled “American Equal Opportunity For All Mythology” and “Taxing The Rich The Only Solution To Our Systemic Inequality” . These are serious topics that need to be addressed.
Please read show’s blog HERE.
With there being over 12 million people already in this country illegally, is it fair to open the borders to anyone able to cross it. Who will pick up the cost for their education, temporary housing, healthcare and food. On tonight's segment of Center Stage we will tackle the topic: "Should Crossing the Border Equal Amnesty."
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) has been introduced in Congress every year since 1923. In case you’re counting, that’s 91 years. So, what’s the big deal? Women have equality already. Or do they?
The Oregon Constitution was written in 1857 and ratified in 1859. The state constitution says that “[n]o law shall be passed granting to any citizen or class of citizens privileges, or immunities, which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens.” Aren’t women protected by these words in Article 1, Section 20?
Yes...and no. Because equality is not expressly granted, it is left to case law to decide what is or is not “privileges” or “immunity.” In other words, judges decide based on precedents and rule according to their own interpretation for the situation.
So, what would change if the ERA is passed into law? Join us today as we ask grassroots activist, Leanne Littrell DiLorenzo about www.voteERA.org’s efforts to amend the Oregon Constitution to allow for equal rights for women. What is the three-state strategy? How does the Oregonian effort impact the national movement that still exists for ERA ratification?
LUNCH with LOUDEN - Jeanene Louden and co-host Debilyn Molineaux talk about current events and look for opportunities to bridge political divides, expose corruption and share information not covered in mainstream media.
A Kind Voice on employment opportunity and innovation
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