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Recently, the black leadership in the city of Portland rejected a proposal to builda Tradeer Joe's on a lot that has been vacant for over 20 years. reason being, it was their fear that this development would usher in a new phase of gentrification, displacing the current black population.
So, is it possible to have urban revitalization and not have some gentrification take place. We talk with economic development expert, Dell Gines about this.
Join us as we welcome the leadership from the Florida Economic Development Council on the next Economic Development Today Blog Talk Radio Show. We will discuss how economic development is changing in Florida and what to expect as the reshaping of the delivery system for economic development moves forward.
Amy Evancho, President and CEO of the Florida Economic Development Council
Deborah Wilkinson, Chair of FEDC
Ed Schons, Chair-Elect of FEDC
Bill Jeffries and John Singer, hosts of Professional Development Straegies launch the radio series with an introduction to Career Transition, Development and Advancement.
Brother Sean X, Brother Ahmand Muhammad, Brother Perry X, Brother Jihad Ali FOI and Akbar Abdul Azez Muhammad(Problem Thirteen) as Students of The Teaching of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad and The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. This Time we will be bringing it to you speaking on The Economic Downturn that The Honorable Elijah Muhammad gaiven us a sound proof plan to end poverty and want.among Black and oppressed in North America. The difference about this we use fact from other sources to prove that we are in dyer need of a plan to save ourselves as America continues to go down on a rocket falling out of the heavens. So join TheGodSquad Radio Broadcast. This Sunday 7/6/2014 at 6pmEst to break the shackles of ignorance. Then to know The Time and What Must Be Done.
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Every time you read about some city or county announcing plans to build a highspeed Internet network, it is almost certain you will read that the broadband network is expected to improve the local economy by bringing more innovation and jobs to town. But is this a guaranteed conclusion? Is it enough just to get a gig to every business, or do communities need to wire every home as well? How much innovation is needed before you see new jobs? And how many jobs equal success?
To answer these and related questions, Intelligent Community Fourm (ICF) Co-Founder Robert Bell joins us to discuss what our realistic expectations should be when addressing this economic development trifecta. Bell just wrote "Brain Gain: How innovative cities create job growth in an age of disruption," which becomes available June 23.
ICF last week anointed Toronto, Canada the Intelligent Community of the Year after analyzing over 400 communities from around the world. Bell offers listeners a rich array of real-world examples of constituents harnessing the power and potential of broadband to transform their communities. It is hard to predict what innovation will look like exactly, as each community is different, but Bell explains how to set the stage so that a community facilitates innovation.
Brother Scott Muhammad of SEED Inc. is Brother Sherman's guest on the News, Research and Communication program this Saturday May 17, 2014 at 8:00pm eastern time.
Welcome! we look forward to your presence in our studio and chat room! We look forward to your questions and comments! The topic; Food Security Systems; and our youth, will be lively, continuous and very educational. Our second topic is about "Taking your Body away from the Enemy". The call-in number is 347-945-5454. So, please put this in your planner as a reminder to be with us. In our current toxic environment everybody should want to know about food security, nutritious, and organic supplements that will bring balance to the marvelous creation of God called the human body...
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Candi and Teresa will be continuing talking about being a writer. Have you already written your first novel or are you just beginning? Maybe you want to get into writing but don't know where to start. Today we will talk about character development. Tools that you can use to develop any character and how each of these authors, develops their characters. Though the writing process is unique to everyone it never hurts to have a little help.
Bettina Damiani, Project Director, Good Jobs New York, has worked to bring more transparency and public participation to the use of subsidies for large economic development projects. Included in her research has been the allocation of federal funds after the attacks at the World Trade Center site and the subsidies for a new Yankee Stadium. Prior to joining GJNY, Bettina worked for New York City Public Advocate Mark Green and the Coalition for the Homeless. She has a BA in communications and peace studies from Manhattan College and a Masters of urban affairs from Hunter College. She is also a recipient of the 2006-2007 Revson Fellowship at Columbia University.
John Singer and Bill Jeffries, Hosts of Professional Development Strategies open the first episode discussing proper preparation for Career Transition and Network Methodologies.
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