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Are there any good guys on Wall Street or are they all bad guys? Individual Investors and Retail Traders often hear about the bad things that happen on Wall Street with corrupt banks, scams, insider trading, and scandals. Is the Financial Services Industry the most corrupt industry in the United States, or is this just how Main Street views Wall Street? Martha Stokes CMT talks frankly and candidly about what is Wall Street, why there seems to be so much corruption, and whether there are any good guys left.
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Today on "It's My House" we discuss various "so-called" (race riots) or (race wars).
Events such as the Tulsa Race Riots....aka.....Black Wall Street, Memphis Race Riots, the Red Summer, and even the 1968 Race Riots have ALL been MISLABLED ! These events where NOT "race riots" they were LAND GRABS.
No one was ever criminally prosecuted as a result of these events; so we shall take a look as to why legal proceedings never happened.
After we gather the facts then we shall organize a proactive plan for prevention so events like these will not happen in the future.
THE RIOT AND BURNING OF GREENWOOD DISTRICT IN TULSA OKLAHOMA FROM MAY 31 TO JUNE 1 1921....A LITTLE TOWN KNOW AND LITTLE AFRICA OR BLACK WALL STREET THAT ALL CAME TUMBLING DOWN BECAUSE OF A LIE
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Who wants to talk about UNITE the new group that's trying to unite us through a strong social economic upliftment agenda. We can debate all day but our social, economic standards are low. We can boycott all day everyday but we need options for our people to buy food, clothes, and essential goods and services. So what's the plan?? I need 200 or more folks from 100 main concentrated cities to help build a nationwide virtual wall street. So when we say boycott we know where to shop. When we say eating healthy we need to know where in our neighborhoods is a viable option. We also need to communicate what's the best businesses we should try and open in these areas. Once we establish a sound nationwide directory we can move on to creating jobs and promoting healthier living etc. Hey its a Start if you didn't join yet search for U.N.I.T.E and Join today. One Love
Today on www.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive we will discuss solutions and programs we need to fulfill UNITE. Call in at 6pm and share your ideas at 3468269457. Eastern
Are we able to build our own Black Wall Street today in 2014? All the technology we have can we develop a network that will allow us to support our own.Tuesdays are all about building a brotherhood amongst blackmen. Are we ignoring Chicago? The latest on St Louis....Plus Fema Camps the latest with Frankie Lyman. It seems Black children between 12 and 18 are lacking Father figures or role models in their lives. Also black men 18 to 30 seem to have an unemployment problem. Everybody crying unity but we cant seem to unite. Plus How to create our own jobs and start our own businesses. Join us from 6pm to 8pm eastern time on "Its Realtalk Live" on Blogtalk Radio. Call in at 347-826-9457 to listen and press #1 if you want to speak to the Host..You can Join us atblogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or Call (347) 826-9457 So come join us today at 6pm EASTERN
It's the historically astonishing and riveting stage production of "Black Wall Street" .
Today on the Jeff Foxx radio show online.
The play Black Wall Street is little known Black history that took place in 1921. This was the start of the Great Depression and most of America was suffering from Economic disparity but there was a town in Tulsa Oklahoma made up of primarily African Americans and Native Americans that was Thriving. Long story short the town got burnt down by jealous outsiders. It’s a really interesting story.
Don't miss this insightful conversation with producers, directors and cast members about the true events that surround this play. Today on The Jeff Foxx Radio Show online.
Opening night will be on September 18, 2014 and run until October 5th 2014
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The Pinko the Bear Show returns after a two month break. Tonight, Tuesday at 11 PM Eastern... a full two hour show about this weekends events - Climate Convergence workshops, The Peoples Climate March and Flood Wall Street. It was a busy three days;)
Feel free to call in durning the second hour. I'd love to hear your thoughts.
Tonight join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul as we talk with the executive producer Walter Puryear, the director Michael Green and cast members of the dynamic play Black Wall Street! Please Mark your calendar.. Black Wall Street is running at The Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 GrandCouse Bronx, NY starting Thursday September 18th thru Sunday October 5,204.
This show is dedicated to the memory of one of the most prominent Tulsan killed in the Tulsa Massacre, Dr. A.C. Jackson, a 40-year-old surgeon.
BLACK WALL STREET by Celeste Bedford Walker
In 1921, in a small community in Tulsa Oklahoma, there was a Black paradise called Greenwood. This community consisted of Blacks, Indians, and Jews, who respected and did business with each other. In time the town was soon known as Black Wall Street. In a mere 36 block section of town, these African-Americans owned and operated up to 600 thriving businesses. One of the most popular of these businesses was Old Lady Boleys’,(fictional) an eating establishment which is where our play begins. One Sunday evening, the town’s more influential citizens gathered to have their pictures taken for the local newspaper; in honor of the community’s 20th anniversary. Before the play ends, the entire community of Greenwood is completely burned to the ground. In a 12 hour period, a major Black economic movement is halted.