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Poverty is caused by too much of the past being recalled and craved for by those who made the biggest mistakes of the past. Wealth is used against people as power to do what they want, when they want, to whom they want. Wealth is not power. Not in Gods eyesight. Wealth seems to be the power too many people we call working class, or working poor, or middle class seem to bow to. I bow to no man. I do an honest days work for an honest days pay. I take a job at one wage. I learn your way to do the job. I learn my job and other jobs. I seek more money. I get more money because I have made myself valuable to your company. You pay me more or I'm out the door. I will not show up when you need me most. I will teach you how to treat that next person who ask you for a raise after they have shown themselves valuable and worthy of more money. Iwas raised in poverty. It was a good life because everyone around me lived as I lived. My parents did not live in a time when Americans cared more for money than for people. I learned the lessons of my parents. Today, I do not live in poverty. I have never lived in poverty as an adult. I will never live in poverty.
May 30th , 2015:
A New Way Of Being hosted by Avatar Galextra.
An Avatar's fight to stop injustices to herself and her family who have been abused and attacked by the powers that be in canada, even going as far as harassing and gangstalking her and her small family in her own home.
The African People are also being Targeted and abused by the powers that be , going as far as using them against each other, as well as using them against the avatar as a tool to persecute her and her family
children from fatherless homes are more likely to be poor, become involved in drug and alcohol abuse, drop out of school, and suffer from health and emotional problems. Boys are more likely to become involved in crime, and girls are more likely to become pregnant as teens.
– Children in father-absent homes are almost four times more likely to be poor. In 2011, 12 percent of children in married-couple families were living in poverty, compared to 44 percent of children in mother-only families.
There is significantly more drug use among children who do not live with their mother and father.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services states, “Fatherless children are at a dramatically greater risk of drug and alcohol abuse.”
Data from three waves of the Fragile Families Study (N= 2,111) was used to examine the prevalence and effects of mothers’ relationship changes between birth and age 3 on their children’s well being. Children born to single mothers show higher levels of aggressive behavior than children born to married mothers. Living in a single-mother household is equivalent to experiencing 5.25 partnership transitions.
Children in grades 7-12 who have lived with at least one biological parent, youth that experienced divorce, separation, or nonFather involvement in schools is associated with the higher likelihood of a student getting mostly A’s. This was true for fathers in biological parent families, for stepfathers, and for fathers heading single-parent families.union birth reported lower grade point averages than those who have always lived with both biological parents.
Father involvement in schools is associated with the higher likelihood of a student getting mostly A’s. This was true for fathers in biological parent families, for stepfathers, and for fathers heading single-parent families.
Quantum Economics: Unlocking the Power of an Economics of Consciousness, theoretical physicist Dr. Amit Goswami
In his newest book, Quantum Economics: Unlocking the Power of an Economics of Consciousness, Dr. Goswami presents a way out of the current world of economic inequality, where the middle class is disappearing and poverty grows, that allows us to bring meaning and val-ue back into our lives through the economics of con-sciousness.
In his book, Quantum Creativity: Think Quantum, Be Creative (listen to archived show dated March 10th, 2014) "Every human being has creative potential, and grasping the quan-tum process—do-be-do-be-do—will help everyone to explore his or her creative potential.”
In his private life, Goswami is a practitioner of spirit-uality and transformation. He calls himself a quan-tum activist. He appeared in the film “What the Bleep Do We Know!?” and its sequel “Down the Rabbit Hole,” as well as the documentaries “Dalai Lama Renaissance” and the award winning “The Quantum Activist.”
For more information visit: http://www.amitgoswami.org/
I am inviting I am inviting everyone on my friends list and in my social groups to participate on my BlogTalkRadio show Friday May 29th 2015, for 30 minutes from 5:00PM to 5:30PM Central Time. You can contact me at (347) 324-5232. If you are unable to participate in my show you can always listen to the archives under episodes.
Welcome to Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos. I am your host Emmanuel Barbee. I created this show because we need to discuss urban violence, poverty, structural inequality, institutionalized racism, and police brutality within our community and within our society. No justice no peace is only a slogan it’s not a plan. This show will offer a deeper look into the social, cultural, and political issues which are affecting the African American community. This show is intended to “Unite Voices and Change Lives” by providing a variety of guest who will motivate, educate, inspire, and positively impact the lives of other listeners. This show will be available on the last Friday of each month unless stated otherwise.
Today I will discuss (Breaking The Willie Lynch Mentality Within Black Culture) At 5:15 I will be taking calls now if I don’t finish my presentation before 5:15, you are welcome to watch my full presentation on You Tube.
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We will focus on the latest news on immigration and its impact on national security, the U.S. economy and where the candidates for the Presidency stand.
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Californians for Population Stabilization: "Bin Laden, The 9/11 Commission Report and Immigration"
FrontPage Magazine: "Terrorists Value U.S. Citizenship More Than Our Politicians Do » The dangerous lack of scrutiny of those gaining legal status to the U.S."
‘Revitalizing’ Detroit with 50,000 Syrian Refugees? » An idea that will drive the failed city deeper into poverty — and harm national security.
Progressives For Immigration Reform: "Hillary Clinton’s Position on Immigration – Beyond Outrageous"
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Democracy is not a "Spectator Sport!"
American history is thievery, greed, control and racism. America was stolen from Indians. White men migrated to America for new lives. Wealthy White men owned their mothers, their sisters, all people, places and things. Labor to build America was the results of White men stealing Africans from Africa and bringing them to America to work for no wages. The use of Africans became an industry and the greed of wealthy White men resulted in breeding of Africans as cattle was breeded to meet the demands for food and labor. In order to control Africans, wealthy White men hired poor overseers to stand watch by night and day. Overseers were given full control over Africans, as long as the life of the African wasn't taken without say so of the wealthy White man. Africans were sold on auction blocks, splitting up families. Africans were killed by Whites and it was less of a crime than killing an animal. Africans never gave up hope of freedom, and when government freed Africans, Black code laws were created so wealthy White men could keep free labor. Lock up Africans for any reason and have them serve time on plantations for no pay for years. Racism became the will of White men as a tool to hold back Blacks.
Jean Busby, is an active community organizer, working for ActionNC, a nonprofit social justice organization throughout the State of NC. Jean is a motivational speaker and published author with the focus of encouraging and inspiring women and youth to start and maintain their own businesses along with encouraging low-income individuals and families to maintain their physical and mental health.
Jean has mobilize people and I built relationships with NC residents; especially those living in low to moderate income communities. Encouraging the community to become involved in direct actions that would bring about changes for community improvements. Collectively approaching local banks, Mayor’s and Senator’s making demands for better schools, community safety and beautification, the creation of jobs for youths, and higher wages.
Action NC’s mission is to confront and reduce the root causes of poverty, underdevelopment, and social and economic inequality through grassroots education, training, organization and mobilization. Organize in poor and working-income communities full of talented and committed people looking for an opportunity to work together to build a stronger and more secure future. We reach out to them in a variety of ways to offer them the opportunity to join, organize, fight, and win.
Campaigns we are currently organizing target improvements in affordable housing and tenant rights, public education, health care access, immigrant rights, consumer justice, employment opportunities, tax and revenue policy, and more.
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Cultural Pearls: Niamat Shaheed presents Global News Gathering from different time zones and addresses issues and topics with a Qur'anic perspective.
in Self Help
Join us on Lunch & Learn with Chris & Barrett as we bring on our guest co-host, Brent Harding
Carol J. Matthews-Shifflett, MA
Executive Director of the Sojourner Group, Salt Lake City, Utah. Ms. Shifflett has a Bachelors Degree in Cultural Anthropology and earned her Masters Degree in Community Leadership. After returning to college as a non-traditional student, Carol has been a proponent of empowering women and encouraging them to reach their highest potential. As the former Volunteer Coordinator for the YWCA, Salt Lake City, her career interest took on the direction of advocating for women in violent relationships. For the past 15 years she has been drawn to personal conversations with marginalized women of the African and Black Diaspora who often suffer in silence due to lack of cultural understanding from mainstream service providers. Carol has since been zealous in working to ensuring that Black women in Utah find their voices. As an active community leader, she firmly believes that leadership is not an individual venture, but one that involves a collective group of persons and personalities with a common goal of working for the good of the cause. Her chief principles are respect, integrity, communication, and commitment. It is with these qualities that she believes we can all collectively serve marginalized populations who have been victimized by sexual assault and domestic violence, improve the quality of their lives, and assist them on the journey of healthier lifestyles and families.
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It’s another free-form show filled with music and musings as Amy Beth takes a robust romp through the pop cultural sideshow.
From Bill O’Reilly to George Stephanopolous, Howard Stern to Reality TV’s Josh Duggar, some notable media names are making news. Plus: developments from the political arena, celebrity hi-jinx, humor, music and Inspiration to Action Challenge shout-outs.
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