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Yvette Carnell is my guest today to talk about congressional politics, President Obama, and Black leadership. She is a former aide to Senator Barbara Boxer and former Representative Marion Bery. She previously served as a field organizer for America’s Families United and aide to the Women’s Vote Center at the Democratic National Committee (DNC). She now writes full time at the website she co-founded BreakingBrown.com, which aggregates and distributes black media content from around the web. She brings a wide range of experiences to the table and I’m happy to welcome Yvette Carnell to The Forum.
With the latest news on the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights and Minnesota's Department of Transportations total rejection of Minnesota's black contractors, you would think someone in the black leadership cast would stand up and say something...
Join Ron and Don on the The Ron and Don Show as we welcome special guest Lennie Chism and others to talk about the killing fields of process that have rejected the black community and how no black leaders have said a word.
Join the dynamic team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen as they discuss current events surrounding Community Action Partners and the agency Crossing Barriers.
1. Black leadership in the metro are at each other throats. The backstabbing has reached and all time high. Tonight our team gives you an exlusive look at the current coonery in the Twin cities.
2. Minneapolis Urban League and NAACP remain silent and non-confrontational on "equity" in the Twin Cities.
3. The MNGOP Convention is this weekend. They hope to win in November, but tonight a GOP delegate tells you why they will not.
4. Don't look know, the joker is back in Minneapolis.
5. Council on Black Minnesotans has their 2014 Economic Summit planned for June 27-28 at the Carlson School of Business.
5. Don't miss this program!
Tonight we will continue to discuss the Ignorance in Black Leadership as of 2013. Post Civil Rights Movement 40 Plus Years of Blacks being in Leadership Positions. It is very embarasing after all this time Black People have acquired every influentional positions in American and still cannot do anything but become MASSIVE HOMOSEXUALS. In the Meantime, you are training younger people to do the same thing and will end up the same way--FAILURES..... You have defamed yourself from leaders to TOKENS. The Biggest City in the U.S. (Detroit, MI) had to file bankruptcy and this city has been led by black over 40+ years.
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Are these big name black leaders really working in the best interest of the black community? And do you know who's funding these so-called black empowerment organiztion? Eye can tell you now it ain't the black community that's for sure !!! Now what in the hell is up with all these black male celebrities with these damn dresses? Is that the new dress code for them these days? Or are they pushing a gay agenda on the low? HEY YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS ONE HERE. WE ARE GOING TO TELL IT ON THEIR ASS NOW.PEACE
The story below posted by the Star Tribune newspaper (8/1) was first reported three weeks ago on the BlogTalkRadio program ON POINT! with Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen. We don't understand why the Star Tribune waits so long to report on news about police misconduct but it's nice to know they're catching up.
Where is MInnesota's black leadership?
Three Minneapolis police officers were cited for assault in Apple Valley last year after the officers, who are white, were among a group of white men who followed a group of black men into a bar parking lot, knocking one of them down and beating him, according to a police report obtained Thursday by the Star Tribune. Racial slurs were used against the black man during the attack, the report said.
We talk about this and much more with another breaking story you can only get here.
Again, the phone lines will be open...
Tune in tonight as we discuss this ongoing problem in the Black community.
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What does it mean to learn the Art of Intimacy? Who would you become if you where to start live the Wild Woman’s Way? What does it mean to Reclaim Your Feminine Gifts? And how is all this impacting your leadership? In this show we have Michaela Boehm in the studio. She is a sought after gifted counselor and teacher for individuals and couples and currently the only one in the world personally trained and authorized by David Deida. Learn more about Michaelas workshops, intensives and products on http://www.michaelaboehm.com/
Join Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. as we discuss many topics including taking a re-visit to the 2011 north Minneapolis tornado recovery. We also will look at why the Minneapolis Urban League and the critically crippled Minneapolis NAACP has not said A WORD about Minneapolis Public Schools and allegations reported on IBNN and WCCO-TV. #wantednewleadership2014
The following FACTS are from a 2012 story in the Minnesota Spokesman-RecorderThe Minnesota Helps — North Minneapolis Recovery Fund distributed the donated money across six general service areas: basic needs ($296,284), case management ($428,250), children and youth ($292,593), employment ($307,533), housing ($339,400), and small business ($92,000).
“Six navigators at six different sites” were hired overall to assist Northside tornado victims, two through Pillsbury United Communities, which received one $35,000 grant directly from Minnesota Helps and other unspecified allocations through the NCRT.
He says the NCRT gave the Minneapolis Foundation its most recent financial report on June 29. “All the money was spent,” says Coleman. A balance sheet provided by Coleman shows remaining cash on hand of $470.78. However, the balance sheet accounts for only $160,668 of at least $395,000 the NCRT received from Minneapolis Helps Fund. The foundation says a final report is expected later this summer.