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A Call to Conscience

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"A Call to Conscience" is an audio and video series featuring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a host of others to convey a deeper understanding of his philosophy and teachings.

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where are the ways of old?

Started by Wht Choc. Last reply by Cali Jul 3, 2010. 3 Replies

Today I attended Immortal Soulz bike blessing.  The family atmosphere, bringing God back into our family lives, good food, good people, and the bike games were hilarious.  That's what I remember…Continue

The Don't Kill a Dream, Save a Life Gun Turn-In was Saturday. Chicago Gun Turn-In Nets 4,050 weapons

Started by Money. Last reply by PIAGIRL May 12, 2010. 6 Replies

Even Chicago police Superintendent Jody Weis was shocked by what the department collected during its gun turn-in event.More than 1,000 weapons were turned in during the program's first half-hour on…Continue

Ultimately, Who's Responsibility is it?

Started by Money. Last reply by Vahnilla Voudou Apr 25, 2010. 5 Replies

The black community is your community. No government grant will improve things in your community. You have to do it. You have to do it.What are your thoughts?We just talkin yall! So don't trip.Continue

MLK III named CEO of The King Center

Started by Money. Last reply by Money Apr 9, 2010. 2 Replies

Martin Luther King III will take the reins as president and CEO of The King Center.He replaces Isaac Newton Farris Jr.In a news release, Martin Luther King III, Dexter Scott King and Bernice King…Continue

Men to Boys

Started by Money. Last reply by Doug Jones aka Fresh Apr 7, 2010. 8 Replies

In his award winning film What Black Men Think, Janks Morton opened new doors for open and honest dialogue amongst Black Men and Women. By shattering myths, stereotypes and misperceptions about…Continue

Nina Simone: Why (The King of Love Is Dead)

Started by Money. Last reply by The Therapist Apr 5, 2010. 1 Reply

I received this from Dorothy Tillman, a native of Montgomery, Alabama and foot soldier in the civil rights movement as a member of SCLC. She was brought to Chicago by Dr. King to help organize and…Continue

Male Role Models

Started by PIAGIRL. Last reply by Mike Diaz Apr 3, 2010. 15 Replies

Do the males in our communities play an important impact on our youth. If so, Why is it that most of the organizations that are trying to reach out to our children (African American) are of other…Continue

The Formula for Success.

Started by Zurriane. Last reply by Wht Choc Mar 15, 2010. 1 Reply

Please note that failure is not, a single a single big event.  Failure is the inevitable result of an accumalation of things like poor thinking, poor planning and poor choices. So failing is nothing…Continue

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Comment by Phil Gray on March 31, 2010 at 3:29am
I here ya Money and i'm with ya on the power of community. We as a people have to come together in the community and spread the word strengthening other communities that need a hand. We can't make any excuses about lack of men to support the communities. We have to move on with what we got. I was brought up by women and survived, LOL. Ben Carson and others have survived also. Just bring tha LOVE and commitment to make a change for tha children. One good parent is better than a house full of the wrong black man.
There are programs and committed people doing great work in our communities as we speak. After school programs and recreational activities keeps little Johnny Focused. The mayor in Baltimore just announced cuts in the above programs therefore we have to be more creative in providing these services for the children. Exposure is the Key for all the little Johnny's in our Communities. We also have to continue to raise the bar, we can't tolerate mediocrity. "Just Do it", uh thats not mine.
Comment by Money on March 28, 2010 at 8:51pm
The black community is your community. No government grant will improve things in your community. You have to do it. You have to do it.
Comment by DEEDEE on March 5, 2010 at 2:20am
hey pia some males do some don't we don't have enough black men to help our youth most of them are locked up becaue of unforseen criumtances. we need to support our youth as well as our black men. i am working on a project on how to keep our black men for going to jail.
Comment by Money on March 2, 2010 at 12:00pm
Thank you all for joining this group. In just a few more days we will begin programming on this channel.
Comment by Donovan Trimble aka D. Trim on February 19, 2010 at 12:57pm
We too are reaching out to our children. I am part of a mentor program called Sons That Render Out Warrants. We have an office building that supplies the needs of our young children such as mentors who go to the schools and help them with their school work. After school we have computers in our office building for them to use as well as mentors on hand to help them with their homework. We have partnered with recording studios for those who wish to cut a CD for free. We have FREE on the Job Training for our future scholars and some jobs will even pay our children for wanting to learn and learning the job. We are trying. The work is hard and the laborers are few.
Comment by Phil Gray on February 18, 2010 at 10:50pm
Don't kill tha messenger whoever he or She maybe.
Comment by Messenger on February 12, 2010 at 6:23pm
yes I do believe that male presence is important,I understand far to well the importance, I have 4sons and come from a family of 5 sons and 1 sister, there are groups out here that are striving to change the image of what we see in our community and do believe if each one reach one it will make our world a better place, and you know everybody can always find a negative in all that anybody has done, but lets find one good thing that we have seen the black male presence in our own families has done, thats where it all starts, whether it be a grandfather, father,brother,uncle,cousin, nephew, the elderly Gentlemen sitting on the porch that have put in countless hours of hard work just so we can be at a point in our life to even be discussing this on a world wide web, there is some good going on in our commmunities and if we could all fix it with a push of a button I believe it would have beeen pushed way before any of us was born, so lets not forget the grass root players of this journey call life, and I understand cause we want so bad for our young men to understand who they are in GODS eyes and not allow themselves to become a victim of their surrounding, check this site out call www.positivexchange.com this brother is doing an awsome job helping our youth, He has a tuesday nite bible study dealing with and helping inner city youth and gang members,GOD Bless Everyone and lets keep the Faith while we are putting it to work at the same time.
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Comment by WES on February 9, 2010 at 1:16pm
Yes of course Black males play an important role and impact the youth of the community greatly but unfortunately the role models that they often emulate aren't the ones that will encourage traits like self-respect,compassion, gratitude , dedication,self-reliance,responsibility, accountability and humility. As for (Non-African American) groups coming into the community some groups are there to help trying to make a difference in people lives these groups often work with no grant funding these are the groups that work they and have the most impact. On the other hand we have groups that come in armed with the grant money and when the money is gone so are the programs these are the folks that we in the community must watch because they can either spark and intrest in our youth or defer their dreams. This is just my opinion.
Comment by Mystique on February 8, 2010 at 3:49pm
Thanks for the invite Money
Comment by Spyce on February 7, 2010 at 1:21pm
Thanks 4 stopping by showing luv,keep in touch. im on myspace & elrmc.com..
 

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