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This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Debra Benton. The original live interview was 10/31/14.
Debra Benton is a globally recognized executive coach, best-selling award-winning business author, and popular conference keynote speaker on leadership and executive effectiveness.
Benton has been a successful business owner for many years, having started her first company at the age of 22. She is now CEO of Benton Management Resources, Inc. Her parents ran their own businesses and she grew up listening about work related issues around the dinner table from the time she was in kindergarten. She learned from her parents "not only how to make a living but how to live."
Her client list reads like a "Who's Who" of executives from such companies as Kraft, Microsoft, McDonald's, Dell Computer, American Express, United Airlines, Pfizer, and more from the Washington beltway to the U.S. Border Patrol.
She has written for the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Fast Company. She has appeared on Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, and CBS with Diane Sawyer.
Debra's website is http://www.debrabenton.com/
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December 15, 2014 should go down as the day when criminal injustice reigned supreme. Rev. Edward Pinkney was sentenced to 2.5 to 10 years in prison for alleged election fraud and Gov. Don Siegelman was denied his freedom while waiting for his appeal hearing on January 13th.
Ben Ptashnik and Andrea Miller speak with activists and supporters of Rev. Edward Pinkney and former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman.
This Christmas Reverend Pinkney will not be home with his family. He has been sentenced for up to 10 years in Prison on trumped up political charges because he has stood up to the 1% against the Whirlpool Corporation in Benton Harbor.
He is in effect a political prisoner. Please stand in solidarity with Rev Pinkney and his wife Dorothy.
Don Siegelman was the extremely popular Democratic Governor of Alabama; there was talk that he could be a contender in the 2004 Presidential primary and stop the Republican takeover of the South. Karl Rove and his operatives knew they had to stop Don Siegelman and they went to extraordinary lengths to destroy his career.
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"Here, Whirlpool controls not only Benton Harbor and the residents, but also the court system itself. They will do anything to crush you if you stand up to them. That's why it's so important to fight this. I'm going to fight them until the end. This is not just an attack on Rev. Pinkney. It's an attack on every single person that lives in Benton Harbor, in the state and around the country." - Rev. Edward Pinkney
On December 15, Rev. Edward Pinkney, a leader in the struggle for social and economic justice for the residents of Benton Harbor, Michigan, was sentenced to serve up to 10 years in prison, on the basis of thin circumstantial evidence that a few dates had been altered on a recall petition against the city's mayor, James Hightower. The recall was prompted by the mayor's continued support for tax evasion by the Whirlpool Corporation, the Fortune 500 company and $19 billion global appliance manufacturer, headquartered in Benton Harbor.
As we wrote last week in depth, the politically motivated prosecution against Pinkney killed the petition to recall Hightower, who many believe would have been ousted due to his ongoing protection of Whirlpool's interests at the expense of impoverished Benton Harbor, which is over 90 percent African-American.
Join us Tuesday 23 December 2014 @ 9:30pm for MHHS-Eyes Wide Open presents:
Principals of Nationality in Action where we will discuss:
Dred Scott Plaintive in Error – What does it mean and what was he saying to be a plaintive in Error?
Chief Justice Taney “As a ‘Black Man’ he was never intended to be an ‘American’” and “’Black men’ had no right which the ‘white man’ was bound to respect”
Moors must know that by affirming you are black, negro/nigger, African American you are volunteering to be a slave instead of the Aboriginal Indigenous Moor National that you are.
This is the Uniting of Asia - Family
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
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Agitator Radio host Robert Dawkins discusses: progressive, politics, race relations, American politics, African American, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, racial disparity, justice, American history, society, social change, law enforcement, police, labor, labor organizing, organized labor, North Carolina, community action, community organization, and more!
Robert is joined by activists working to Free Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor. Rev. Pinkney was charged with 5 counts of election fraud for allegedly changing dates on petition signatures by an all-white jury. No evidence, no witnesses were presented yet Rev. Pinkney was convicted and sentenced to between 2.5 and 10 years for something that would normally not be a crime. When there is a question about the validity of petition signatures, typically the signatures are simply not counted.
“Why Black Lives Don’t Matter?”
In this multi-media presentation Imam Shuaibe will address the recent injustices which have incensed the world of people of conscience across this nation. He will address not just the judicial branches of the tree of INJUSTICE that black men and women are being lynched on but its ROOTS.
The potential cognitive dissonance that comes up when you read the title is deliberate. It forces you even on the subconscious level to try to make sense out of it for clarification.
It seems to affirm that “Black lives don’t matter”. And it does. In the sense that the Cultural System has shown that “they don’t matter”. This address will explain “Why?”
It also asks the question, in an “ebonical” manner, kind of like the “slave asking his master” – “Massa, Why Black Lives Don’t Matter?”
It can also be read like an arrogant white supremacists, like Taney, the Chief Justice in “The Dred Scott Decision”, who is insulted by the very suggestion that “Black Lives Matter”. His reply would be an exclamation not a question - “Why, Black lives don’t matter!”
In his decision he said, “Blacks are regarded as beings of an inferior order, .. unfit to associate with the white race ..so far inferior that they have no rights which the white man was bound to respect.”
Listen to the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This week's program will feature our regular PANW segment including reports on the change in U.S.-Cuba relations and other issues; an extensive interview with the host Abayomi Azikiwe over Leid Stories discussing the sentencing of Benton Harbor, Michigan activist Rev. Edward Pinkney to 30-120 months in prison in light of the overall plight of African Americans in Detrot and other Michigan cities; and in the final hour we will highlight archival materials on the 1964-65 Freedom Movement in the South presenting a rare interview with Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer of SNCC and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP).
World Footprints visits Havre, Malta and Glasgow today (Montana Journey #2). No, we’re not going to Europe, but we’ll be taking you through these towns in Montana for the final leg of our first great Montana journey. Our stops on this trip also included Fort Peck and Fort Benton – the birthplace of Montana. We will be sharing everything from Dinosaur digging in Malta to fisheries in Ft. Peck, the 2,000 year old buffalo jump in Havre, the fur trading post in Ft. Benton, various museum collections and lots of history in between. Montana is a state of great eco-diversity, natural resources, cultural heritage and rich history and we are pleased to share with you one of our favorite destinations.
Host Dr. Rev. Rodney Sadler discusses Politics of Faith including progressive politics, American politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, history, society, social change, community action, community organization, and more!
This week's guests are Valerie Hugsy Bridgeman, Rev. Dr. Sam Nixon and Greg Jarrell. The panel will discuss the crises going on in Ferguson and on Staten Island. What does this say about race relations in America? What should the religious community be doing in response to it? What are the theological lessons that we could learn from the situation? What should we do as those who preach, and teach, and work as activist in the Christian community? What are the root concerns undergirding these issues?
Valerie Bridgeman is visiting professor of Homiletics and Hebrew Bible at Methodist Theological School in (sic) Ohio. She is a peace activist and advocate for human rights, and was inducted into the 2010 class of Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College. She will become full time faculty at the school this coming fall.
Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor joins Rev. Sadler to talk about how Whirlpool Corporation is attempting to silence him. Rev. Pinkney has been charged with election fraud and is facing a 46 year sentence.
Rev. Sadler will also be joined by Ellen Dunbar and Mohammed Konkarra of the US/Africa Ebola Working Group to talk about the International Weekend of Prayer and Action Against Ebola.
Rev. Edward Pinkney, Pastor of God House of Faith in Benton Harbor, Michigan and President of BANCO, is a hard working activist who found himself in an unexpected place. Jail.
Toni Meekey Stith, Chicago community activist working with Families of Those Wrongfully Convicted and candidate for Alderman of the 34th Ward, found herself also in an unexpected place. Jail.
Both recognize trumped up charges placed against them which seem to originate from those whose positions of authority they are threatening with their public activism.
We like to believe that America is a democracy where people are treated equally under the law but recent events have made it clear that this is not so. Many are outraged that those in "low income" communities tend to be arrested and jailed more often than those from affluent communities. But what about the injustice against those working people who are targeted simply because they dare to challenge those in authority? Sometimes those in power will become cruel and ruthless if threatened with the loss of a political position. Is jail being used as a tool by some in authority to silence their opposition?
This country job is to remove and destroy families through the use of the criminal justice system. The struggle that has taken place in recent years in Benton Harbor is a case in point, and one holds a number of lessons for the American people. The fight in Benton Harbor is a war over whether Americans will have prosperity and democracy,, or live in poverty under the heel of open corporate rule.
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The decorations, the gifts, the dinners and guests wondering how you are going to organize it all this Christmas? Join me and guest expert Felicia Wallace Benton of Designing Your Vision as she shares ways for you to be an organized host and enjoy the season with techniques to get things done.
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