Tuesday, June 12, 2012

(Hood Liberator The Fruit OF My Labor)

First and foremost I am a Christian socialist.  A Christian socialist is socialism based on Christian values. A Christian socialist believes that socialism is the logical political choice for a Christian. Christianity is a religion not a political ideology; it is concerned with the human soul, and one could be a very good Christian without holding any political views at all. However, Christian socialists believe that some of the core values of Christianity are to help one another when in need, preserve the sanctity of life, and  reject excessive individualism  promoted under capitalism. Christian socialists identify the cause of inequality to be associated with greed that  is perpetrated under capitalism. I am a social entrepreneur. Social entrepreneurs uses  entrepreneurial principles to organize, create and manage a social venture to achieve a desired social change. Social entrepreneurs measure the positive returns to society. The main aim of social entrepreneurship is to further broaden social, cultural, and environmental goals. My organization will set the groundwork for social change in Black America. I have lost patience with black leaders and established black organizations that never seem solve the social problems affecting our community. This is why I wrote my story to gather the best and brightest people in the United States to join my team and devise a new approach to solve these complex issues in our community. I believe that GRCAM will help others in and outside of the community with legitimate jobs and gain economic independence and serve as a catalyst to other communities for creating jobs.

I am gifted in the area of research I can find anything in print.  I assist others who have accepted my hand of friendship with finding college scholarships - grants, small business grants; housing; legal services and employment on a national level all for free. I am on 300 social networks and I correspond with 125,000 people spreading my vision and encouraging others to join my cause to “Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos” staring in Chicago. All I ask is that if you can please purchase my book and read the entire book.   If you agree with my vision and all of the principles  than send me your name and contact number to my facebook inbox. If you are not comfortable with exchanging numbers than send me your Yahoo email and we can chat live on Yahoo Messenger or on Skype. Also share my book links with your  family friends,  or everyone you believe that are interested in black issues. We  will work directly with single black mothers, single black fathers, and two parent low income families by providing them with the resources such as job training, child daycare and if we have any job openings we would hire them. Our goal is to first stabilize the community through our community outreach programs and our political component which will change our current gun laws and create legitimate jobs in the hood so that our clients can raise their family in a safe environment. My organization will assist undiscovered artist, new start up businesses, and include those without a political voice. GRCAM is for ordinary law abiding citizens. We will also do cooperative alliances with other communities outside of the black community. There are many books on the market on Black America. The book I propose, is an auto-biography about my personal experience growing up in the inner city of Chicago. Experience is the best teacher and I am the best qualified person to write this book as it pertains to my own experience. In addition, to the marketing and selling of The “Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America,” I also wrote this book to promote my organization "The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement" It has three main components: a social service component, a spiritual component, and a political component. The platform of my book is based on my personal theory on how to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality in Urban America and in America in general.


Bill Cosby wrote a pretty good book about the plight of Black America called “Come On, People: On the Path from Victims to Victors,” a collection of testimonials from Cosby's Call-Outs from the last several years, overlaid with Cosby's own commentary, seeks to clear the air. There's a thin line between tough love and outright contempt.  When Cosby preaches finger-wagging Jeremiads against the lifestyles of poor blacks, all the history in the world doesn't matter, because no one likes being judged. But when Cosby plays the charmer, he can get away with most anything. In contrast, the book  “Is Bill Cosby Right? Or Has the Black Middle Class Lost Its Mind”? Michael Eric Dyson pushes back against the "bitter attacks Cosby has launched dishonor the incredible strength of character of millions of poor blacks" (p. 167). His book weaves together social commentary, evidence-based analysis of Cosby’s comments, and exaltation of the poor Blacks at whom Cosby’s words were directed. Central to Dyson’s argument in this book is the idea that Cosby has built up years of cultural capital and credibility while ignoring race to establish a platform for himself that he is using to lambaste and criticize poor Blacks rather than defend them. Dyson’s primary concern is not that the poor are criticized in Cosby’s comments, but that the criticism has a harshness and an edge to it that indicates a lack of patience and, perhaps more importantly, a lack of understanding of the plight of poor Blacks in America. Dyson’s book is a point-by-point investigation of the merits and logic of the various planks of Cosby’s purportedly anti-poor stance. Another book that relates to my topic is The Covenant by Tavis Smiley. This is all done in about 230 pages, this is no small feat! Each covenant (or chapter) opens with an introductory essay on the subject matter. This essay is followed by bulleted facts on the conditions of African-Americans. Next prescriptions of what “the community” can do follow. They are followed by what elected officials can do. Then brief case studies of successful examples of grassroots efforts around these issues are described. Lastly each covenant closes with the endnotes from the essay which provide nice supplementary reading lists. At the end of each covenant, I found myself not only feeling more versed in the topic but also aware that many of us have been successful at affecting our conditions with small actions that yield big results. All in all, I was very impressed with this book.  My book is different and unique because it’s based on my own personal experience and I have my own theory on how to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality in  Black America and  America in general.

In the book of Numbers 13:17-32 Moses told his people to give him a report about the land they seek to inhabit. People continue to suggest to me that I should just work under an established organization that is doing what I want to do. I cast down such suggestions if I follow the same organizations that reject my vision then there is no reason for me to offer an answer to solve these issues. Bottom line my creator has given me the answer on how to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality. I will not compromise the principles in my organization in order to gain financial support from those in power (the financial elites) after all I offer a new system that will change the world in which we live if given a chance among our people and others. To learn more about me, my book, and my organization just click on my website below. To contact me online just go to Skype and type in my screen name manwell4mankind.

My organization (GRCAM)

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