SORT BY Relevancy
Now that #CaitlynJenner is done derailing Black WallStreet day, we can talk about the real issues.
In The Headlines.
1. Break through in menstrual hygiene.
2. Elementary school kitchen manager fired for giving students without money free lunch
3. Growth in green energy jobs outpaces coal industry losses
4. Presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) has a unique take on transgender rights.
5. Fracking Bans Are No Longer Allowed In Oklahoma
From there, we'll go into the history of Black WallStreet.
It's Tuesday, so we'll have the Green News Report and more.
I AM BUILDING THE REAL BLACK ECONOMY AND BLACK WALLSTREET ALL BY MYSELF LETS TALK ABOUT IT
Terrorism on American soil didn't just start with the 911 plane crashes. The tragedy of entire neighborhoods being burned to the ground has happened, unfortunately, several times, with thriving African American communities having been attacked for building successful infrastructures of businesses, schools, hospitals, transportation systems, and homes where stable families raised good children. What happened? Today we examine some ugly historical and not-so-long-ago events, as a group of organizers make a trip to Oklahoma to revisit Black Wallstreet, with the hopes of rebuilding this great legacy in cities across America. Our first guest, Jerry Nicolas, reveals some shocking truths about the underlying intention of government agencies to destroy African American families. Later, we'll discuss the tragedy of Black Wallstreet, and other areas of American terrorism on Americans, such as Rosewood, and more recently, the Move massacre, and how those attitudes are manifested in todays police response to protests in Ferguson and Baltimore. What needs to happen in order for African Americans to build viable communities that will be protected and not purposely destabilized and destroyed? Our guests Jeffery Dawkins and Revin Fellows along with Illinois State Representative LaShawn Ford discuss their upcoming trip to Oklahoma to explore the possibilities.
Please go to a search engine and read about"Occupy wallstreet". The jobless situation is across America. Occupy WallStreet proves you are not alone. The fault is not yours. So make tracks to the doors of the businesses and ask for the jobs. Occupy WallStreet participants are being heard because they are out in numbers too big to ignore. Take the initiative in numbers to get hired and employers will respond in numbers and began hiring. Do go in person to every place you would like to work and ask for a job. Develop a master application. Make several copies. If the company does not have an application, give your application and a business card and thank them for their time. Go back by to follow up in a few days. We need jobs first. Only you who need jobs can actually get hired. Occupy Businesses!
Glen writes both fiction and nonfiction from his forty-year career and experience as a trial lawyer and consultant in international business and banking.
His nonfiction work as the observer in The Prison Trilogy tells the tales in chronological order of how he came to be a lawyer for a Wall Street Journal heiress and her gay husband and how that representation landed him in federal prison. That is the first in The Trilogy. The second book tells the story of his cell mate, Colonel George Trofimoff, serving life for spying for the KGB, and the final book of The Trilogy describes the prisoners, Glen's experiences and takes a hard look at the American criminal justice system.
VIEWING OF THE DOCUMENTARY BLACK WALLSTREET FEATURING LIVE JAZZ WITH RECORDING ARTIST NEFER RE CALL IN 646 478 4995 CHECK US OUT LIVE FACEBOOK & TWITTER
in Real Estate
On "It's My House" we shall continue with our "Gentrication Literacy" series with us taking a closer look deeper inside the over all topic of gentrication. Today we ant to take a look at "Orphaned Mineral RIghts". After we defined what the concept of what Orphaned Mineral Rights is all about we shall compared it to the Rosewood, Florida fire event and the Black Wall Street (race riots).
Topics covered today:
Orphaned Mineral Rights
Orphaned Environmental Rights
Visit us online @ www.itsmyhouseonline.com
Listen to "It's My House Radio by calling 712-432-8863
Entrepreneurship is the engine that drives the American economy. For those that know the story of the old Black Wallstreet in the 1920s, a dollar circulated in the African American community 100 times before it left, making everybody in the community prosperous, and these were people just two generations out of slavery! Our youth have ideas, creativity, and energy. How do we help them manifest that energy into the creation of a thriving business community, with banks, theaters, grocery stores, laundromats, schools, houses of worship, parks, restaurants, and hospitals, all of which African Americans owned and operated in the community known as black Wallstreet? Blacks spend $1.9 trillion per year, comparable to the 9th largest nation in the world. Do we already have the capital we need to finance a thriving community? Columnist Carl West and activist Mama Dee Love discuss, do we need a hand from others to create successful businesse or can we really do it ourselves?
Join Host Live Chats
- THE TINA SHOW (37 chatters)
- Ms Blue (31 chatters)
- Talk Real Solutions (19 chatters)
- THE WOODGRAIN SHOW (16 chatters)
- Thirdphaseofmoon UFO Sightings (14 chatters)
- Fresh Fire Prayer LineBrother Kay (14 chatters)
- GGT183 (7 chatters)
- The Hilltop Radio Show (3 chatters)
- Rebelution Radio (2 chatters)
- ROADTOSTARDOM RADIO (1 chatters)
- Spaced Out Radio Show (1 chatters)
- The Kingdom of God or Nothing (1 chatters)
- Crankhouse Radio (1 chatters)