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How The children in the Central Cities of America are the main targets and they have always been the tardets as guinne pigs for such experiments as of Data Mining, Re-Education Type training and total dumming Down.
Charlotte Iserbyte was on the inside and was in the meetings with President The Reagan and his Administration . She will give details on the papers she found and how she tried to stop the agenda to destroy our children through the Dept. Of Education and what happened as a result.. Charlotte will explain how we got to the point of COMMON CORE. and how it is the new Margaret Sanger Negro Project disguised as Diversity Education. You must listen to this, below. It will blow your mind.!
and please purchase her books " The Deliberate Dumming Down of America" and the Chronological Paper Trail of the Deliberate Dumming Down Of America.
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Relationship Roles? & Racial Gender Traditions?
Are you committed in your relationship to what you believe your role is in a relationship as a man or woman?!? What affect do you think that has on your relationship?!?
Do black women want to be the Man in relationships?!? Are they more comfortable being the dominant matriarch more than the traditional support mate?!? Is there a notable difference in white and other cultures?!?
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Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity has struck a fierce debate amongst critics and audiences alike over its technical accuracy and Oscar chances, but is there a larger, more significant debate that needs to be had? Tim Gordon of the Black Reel Awards calls in to discuss the lack of racial diversity in the science-fiction genre.
Plus, reviews of Academy Award-hopeful Captain Phillips, and the not-so-awards-hopeful Machete Kills!
We are all quite multi-dimensional these days. It's pretty incredible really when you think about it. Through the advances in technology, communications, language, arts, engineering, everything, it is now possible to connect more aspects of our lives, with more people in more ways than ever before. It's enough to make your head spin. The human mind is a linear thing, not necessarily equipped to be everywhere at once. Yet we are aware of our connection to more places, in more ways than ever before, and it's only going to keep expanding.
We are reaching a point where we cannot afford to limit ourselves, to be one sided is to be obsolete. We have seen the world as unified, we have heard the stories from various sides, we know that our actions effect all things, and we can't unknow it. This is why many people upon reviewing the complications of social issues just want to throw their hands in the air and give up, or settle back into a simpler story, one with a clear identity. It's as if to say, "I know there is more to life than my simple story, but this is all I can manage so I'm going to give it my best and hope it works for everyone else too". This is why there is a disconnect between so many facets of life. This is also why we are torn between conservatism and radical progress. It doesn't have to be this way.
When you back up and look at the whole picture, something comes to focus. It's not that I am one story, in competition with all other stories, it's that I'm many stories, and everywhere I look there is a piece of me, a place to express, another life to be felt. This happens inwardly and outwardly, it happens in a way that jumps through limitation in the spirit of self discovery. It is an invitation to live multi-dimensionally. It's easier than it seems, and it's already happening.
ENVISION THIS: “Only when a critical mass of individuals begin to change does the opportunity arise for systemic, institutional reform.”
We are honored to have Sharon Morgan and Tom DeWolf, co-authors of GATHER AT THE TABLE: THE HEALING JOURNEY OF A DAUGHTER OF SLAVERY AND A SON OF THE SLAVE TRADE with us to share their diverse yet complementary experience with the deep divide of race that continues to plague our nation and confound our empathy. This is the true story of a militant black woman from Chicago’s Southside and a Kumbaya white man from rural Oregon who committed to confront America’s “race problem” together. The book and tonight's episode make us privy to their struggle with some very hard issues.
Both Sharon and Tom share their paranoia when each is the only black/white person around, surrounded only by white/black people. How do you talk about something so difficult after centuries of pain and mistrust? Yet they persist.
Is it possible to shift the national paradigm with one changed relationship? Their dedication to GATHER AT THE TABLE explains the incredible courage and tenacity with which they pursue this vision: “For our ancestors who guide us; For our children who inspire us; For our grandchildren who keep our hopes alive.” May we all share this dedication.
Do you believe we’ve made much progress towards racial equality in the last 50 years? This week we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.s March on Washington speech “I Have A Dream,” and reflect on whether or not that dream has become a reality for many people.
• In a recent PEW study, five decades after Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, a new survey by the Pew Research Center finds that fewer than half (45%) of all Americans say the country has made substantial progress toward racial equality and about the same share (49%) say that “a lot more” remains to be done. Motivational speaker Joshua Fredenburg, joins the conversation. He’s a Nationally Recognized Speaker, Author, Leadership Expert, and Generation Y Television Commentator that is on a mission to empower the next generation of world leaders. Joshua has published four books and has developed an annual national leadership conference, Circle of Change Leadership Conference, that prepares student leaders in college for executive-level leadership positions after graduation.
Do you discuss race and racial equality with your friends?The good news from this PEW study is that all the races and ethnic groups believe they get along much better now than 50 years ago. Discover ways to build positive connections between all races so that we can build a better future together.
Join the conversation, send your comments and questions to www.superfriendgroups.com.
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