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ON POINT! Exclusive interview with Jerry Clark, founder and chief executive of “We Care Minnesota” a

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On Saturday, January 22, at 4 p.m. (CST) Join Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen for ON POINT! ON POINT! will broadcast LIVE across the globe bringing you news and information about current events. ON POINT! is pleased to have Mr. Jerry Clark of We Care Minnesota joining us Saturday to talk about the different models the City of Minneapolis wants to bring here when the Twin Cities already has the resources looking them in the eye. Over the last decade Jerry Clark has been getting to know his neighborhood (the North End in St Paul). His focus has been getting to know the kids and I have made many friends in the younger age group. Many do not have a High School Diploma or GED. I encourage them to get an education first then look for a job or better yet a career. Along the way he heard about the dangerousNEGRO group, who are seven Vanderbilt University grads and one long-term associate. This group speaks the kid’s language and encourages young people to use their brains. Their mantra is: “Smart Is The New Gangsta”. Join co-host Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen for another 90-minutes of investigative journalism as we ask questions; seek answers and wonder why a north Minneapolis community group still has a vice chair who says, “Rat’s are better then Black people, because Rat’s know who their mothers and fathers are, (in reference to his Black neighbors.) We also talk about the “thwarted” bombing attempt in Spokane, WA and why the mainstream media tried to keep a lid on the incident. This is also a call out to Summit Academy’s Louis King, State Representatives Bobby Joe Champion, and Jeff Hayden to ask, “Where are the jobs and what’s the plan for 2011-2012?” Things are getting really quiet. Join ON POINT this Saturday at 4 p.m. as we update you on what happened during the MLK Celebration at Concordia College and why the Council on Black Minnesotans have failed the Black community.

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