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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the topic of "Mortgage Slavery". We bsleive that if more people knew about the history of mortgages and their relationship to slavery (past and present) the typical mortgage holder of today would elect NOT to get involved with having any type of "institutional funding" for their private residence,
We shall discuss today:
History of mortages
Alternatives to institutional funding.
Reverse Mortgages and how to pay them off.
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Has Slavery been practice the same way throughout time.
On this show we are discussing “The U.S. Presidents and Slavery”. This is a good time for this discussion since "Presidents Day" just passed.
“Schools across the country are adorned with posters of the 44 U.S. presidents, children’s books put students on a first-name basis with the presidents, and U.S. history textbooks describe the accomplishments and challenges of the major presidential administrations.
“But while these books engage students and readers with stories of the presidents’ accomplishments and challenges, stories of their dogs in the Rose Garden or childhood escapades, there is no mention that more than 1-in-4 U.S. presidents were involved in human trafficking and slavery. These presidents bought, sold and bred enslaved people for profit. Of the 12 presidents who were enslavers, more than half kept people in bondage at the White House.”
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss Mortgage Slavery. We shall take a look at the history of mortgages globally and the history of mortgages in the United States Of America. After we lay our foundation down we shall then bring our teachings into 2015 and make the connection to what is going on mortgage wise in the world today and more specificially, how this information effects ANYONE who has a mortgage today.
Make sure that you have pen and paper available to take notes during this very important podcast.
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Most children in America are taught that racial equality began in the United States with the abolition of slavery through the passage of the 13th Amendment 150 years ago. What children are not taught is that there is an exception to that freedom, and the fact that America imprisons more of its population than any other country in the world makes it a very relevant one.
The one statistic that drives home just how much slavery is not a thing of the past is the fact that there are currently more Black men under the control of the American criminal justice system than what were enslaved in 1850. With so many citizens caught in the jaws of the "system", the new Jim Crow of mass incarceration has managed to create life in the nightmare that has become justice in America.
What is the "New Jim Crow"?
What to do or ways to prepare for engaging police or law enforcement officers.
Do you have discussion with the children in your home? How is that constructed? Any tips for other parents?
Aftermath of the elections in Chicago and Ferguson.
Last minute tax tips and common mistakes.
Latest news in our society and around the world
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Join us as we discuss the prison system, prison workers, and comparisons to slavery Thursday March 5 at 6:30 pm on SIRA Media Radio
Dr. Katrina D. Thompson will discuss the origins of American entertainment from her book Ring Shout, Wheel About: The Racial Politics of Music and Dance in North American Slavery.
The 13th amendment allegedly abolished slavery. But that created a new problem. The newly freed slaves were not citizens of any state or country, because they were just property, and property did not have citizenship. To solve the problem, the 14th amendment allegedly passed. This amendment created a new class of citizenship. This new class was legally called: 'United States citizen', (with a small "c"). NOT 'United States of America Citizen', but just 'United States citizen'. Notice that the U.S. citizen is spelled with a lower case 'c'. This is to show a lower class of citizenship. This class of citizen (U.S. citizen) is a privilege granted by the federal government, and not a sovereign inalienable right.
Each year during February, known as Black History Month, America reflects on its ugly past of enslavement of African people, the economic system which enabled this nation to rise to the position of a world power. The descendants of those kidnapped Africans are well entrenched into the American society, having survived Slavery, Jim Crow, lynching, and every kind of economic discrimination. But there are observable damages to the African American family as a result of generations of racial injustice. What should survivors receive as compensation? Who should pay and for how long? Barbara Adjoa Baker of NCOBRA (National Coalition Of Blacks for Reparations in America) discusses the Reparations movement, the status of the proposed federal legislation addressing it, and what the next step should be.
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