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Millions of people in this country lives without shelter, and indoor plumbing right here in America. 37 million Americans still fall below the poverty line. Join my special guest Benita Conner who has lived without indoor plumbing for five years. Also joining me tonight is Roslyn Pollard and Bro. Kaazim Muhammad of the Hattiesburg Muhammad Study Group will also join us for a discussion on poverty in Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Prophet Hubbard begins an intense session on how to overcome poverty many are stuck in a position of poverty because they have come to a place that struggling is normal and yet God has so much more in store for them. Please understand that the revelation released in these sessions isnt for everyone but if you believe the prophet you shall prosper...
Elaine Weiss, joins Mary E., to discuss the role that poverty plays in education. Elaine Weiss is the national coordinator for the Broader Bolder Approach to Education, where she works with a high-level Task Force and coalition partners to promote a comprehensive, evidence-based set of policies to allow all children to thrive. Recent reports from BBA include Market-Oriented Reforms’ Rhetoric Trump Reality, and Mismatches in Race to the Top Limit Educational Improvement. She came to BBA from the Pew Charitable Trusts, where she served as project manager for Pew's Partnership for America’s Economic Success campaign. In that capacity, she worked with researchers to assemble evidence on the economic benefits of early childhood investments, developed advocacy materials, and worked with state partners to engage business leaders to promote effective early childhood programs. Ms. Weiss is an attorney, a cum laude graduate of the Harvard Law School and received a Ph.D. in public policy from the George Washington University in August 2011.
Mary E. LaLuna, has Master degrees in Curriculum and Instruction, as well as Education Leadership. Her background is working with underresourced students and literacy integration.
This week on Talkin Scripture, we will continue talking about trials. We are going to talk about some kinds of trials that you may not have thought of. We are going to talk about the Trials of Wealth, and the Trials of Poverty. We will talk about:
the trials (and joy) of poverty
the trials (and joy) of wealth.
I know a whole bunch of folks are going to get mad at us BUT...too many daggone Christains are saddles with a "poverty mentality!" This mindset is NOT exclusive to economics, in fact, many Christians are bankrupt morally, socially, physically and psychologically. Lonliness, despair, fear, etc. all play a major role in the life of a poverty stricken Christian!
Let's talk about it...RIGHT NOW!
We all strive to becoming financially well and though situations occur that can disrupt our process to becoming more financially fit (i.e. generational poverty), there are still ways of overcoming those obstacles in reaching your goals to being financially well.
In concluding our 30 day wellness challenge, we will explore ways of being financially fit with our special guest, Tiffany the Budgenista, a best selling author of the book "The One Week Budget."
Join us this Sunday, June 29th at 1pm EST, for a great dialogue of what it means to be financially well. Feel free to chat with us and our special guest, Tiffany the Budgetnista about your financial goals and experiences to becoming financially well, by calling (646) 915-9198.
Ted Hart, CEO of CAF America, speaks with Stacey Smilda, Grants Manager at Cargill and Valeria Olson, Director, Corporate Affairs Mexico about Cargill's Educampo Mayab program. This program is helping to combat rural poverty in Mexico by connecting farmers to finances, technology and supplies.
America the Beautiful! White men have lost their place at the top of the hill. It's called social order. They think they lost it when slavery was abolished in 1863. That is not when they lost it. They actually begin to lose their place in the social order, when they waiting 18 months before notifying slaves in the southern states, namely Texas and Louisiana that salvery had been ended by order of the Federal government. As time progressed, white men did less and less, or should I say more and more to try to keep blacks as slaves. Instead of abiding by the new laws, they chose to create new laws to keep their desires legal. The Black Code Laws became part of American policing. The KKK carried out the Black Code Laws. The Freedmans Bureau established to assist slaves in transitioning into citizenship became nothing more than a sham. Peace was not to come between the races based on the pride of poorer white men. Politics was in complete control of legislating what would and could happen to blacks. Police were allowed to create as you go laws and administer judgement as they saw it should be. Prosperity was able to continue based on the desires of those with property ownership. Poverty began to spread even more as a tool for the wealthy to maintain ownership of former slaves. People began to segregate even more than had been during slavery. Power was once again seen in the wealth of the white men. Is there anything different today than in 1863 when slavery was abolished in America. If you have to wait for the approval of politicians, courts, and merchants to have social justics, judicial justice, and economic justice, than not much has change. The change must therefore come by way of we the people. We the working class people of American
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This week we discuss "Black Poverty" ... What are your thoughts? Do you believe American Culture is apart of black poverty?
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