NicK Cannon Stand For What

Nick Cannon and goes in hard… I mean hard with true facts. You can see Nick
Cannon is very aware. Very aware…Listen to the break down. Woaaahhhh! He spoke some words in this hear music, poem piece (southern  voice). This is the youngest CEO of a cable network..He used to be married to the highest selling music artist in history (Mariah  Carey)..Much respect to this and know this love is linked to truth. If someone does not love truth they do not know love. FACTS

A POWERFUL WOMAN WHO SPEAK IN CONTEXT!

Recently had to revisit a woman I highly respect. A woman of virtue. A woman who moves in the appropriate context in the scope of the universe. I won’t say she is perfect but no one is perfect. I can concede and state adamantly she is very aware very wise and could serve as model for a lot of Black Women. I love my people and thus i cannot hate anyone else as hate cannot exist where love exist and in that breath i present a true woman of royalty because of how she thinks and walks.

Stats Of Pertaining Black Families Without Blacks Fathers & Dads Plus The Need For Black Dads

With all the problems and attacks on the black community.
The #1 problem  and is not really addressed is the systematic design to separate
the Black Man from his family, to demoralize the black male….
When this happens the black family is suffers immensely and all other problems trickle into
the family and destroys it. The key is context and both a the black man and black woman must learn
the context of things in reality and move accordingly. Watch the clip below and see some eye opening facts.

 

Pee Wee KIRKLAND EX HARLEM KINGPIN SHARES HONEST TRUTH

In this video one of the most successful drug selling kingpin ( JUST TO BE HONEST  drug dealing
is evil and it destroys live) shares the actual true honest reality of dealing and banging.  Nowadays
the false narrative of drug pushing, pimping women disrespecting family and community is being pushed
aggressively to the black and brown youth.

BIT Twin Cities Organizes Second CoderDojo Event Focused On Youth Of Color

The Blacks In Technology Twin Cities chapter is organizing their second CoderDojo focusing on on children of color (ages 7-18). The event is being held Saturday Novemeber 4, 2017 at Thomson Reuters 610 Opperman Dr. · Eagan, MN. from 8am – 12:30 pm.  What Read more…

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Blacks In Technology presents: The Tech Life…Getting Hired – The Art Of Negotiating w/ Tameika Reed and Ayori Selassie

Going through the hiring process with a company can be a very daunting and intimidating experience. Multiple interviews, interviews with several people at the same time, can be a harrowing experience for even the most experienced professional. All of that Read more…

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Cincinnati Blacks In Technology Meetup – Fireside Chat with James Bridgers Founder of Road Aid

Join the Cincinnati chapter of Blacks In Technology on Wednesday October 25th at 7pm – 9pm as we host a Fireside chat with James Bridger, Founder of Road-Aid. Road-Aid is a startup geared at transforming the way roadway infrastructure is maintained in Read more…

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Pennsylvania Day Care Receives Racist Letter Calling for Firing of Black Worker

The owner of the Bridge 2 Creative Learning Center said she employs several African-American workers. (Image courtesy of Care.com)

Police in a Pennsylvania township are investigating after a day care center received an anonymous letter calling for an African-American worker to be fired because of her skin color.

Dominique McKelley, owner of the Bridge 2 Creative Learning Center in Whitehall, received an envelope in the mail Tuesday, Oct. 3, addressed to herself and one of her workers, The Morning Call reported. The letters arrived with no return address.

The unnamed author, purported to be a parent, threatened to pull his or her child from the center because the employee’s skin was too dark. The racially charged letter was posted to social media where daycare staff and the community condemned it.

“This is not OK,” McKelley told the newspaper, her voice quivering with emotion at times. “It’s gone too far — this hatred. Now you’re targeting a day care center?”

Whitehall police chief Michael Marks said he’s never seen a letter so offensive in his 20 years of police work, adding that whoever is responsible could face both harassment and ethnic intimidation charges.

“It’s disturbing. This is not something you want to see in your community,” Marks said, noting that no similar incidents have been reported in the area. “This is something we as a police department are going to take very seriously.”

McKelley told the newspaper she has several Black staffers and students at the day care, which serves over 130 children in the area. While the local day care already has security measures in place for the safety of its children, she said workers are now on added alert and are leaving the facility in pairs so that no one is left alone.

The owner also said she has since briefed her staff on the letter but was nervous about disclosing  it to the worker she believed to be the target.

“She started crying. She looked scared,” McKelley said of her employee. “She said she was going to quit. But I convinced her to stay. This has gotten everyone here so fired up.”

“To see that look on her face when she read it … it just gets to you,” she added.

McKelley said she doesn’t believe a parent is responsible for the letter because the center is in a tight-knit community whose members rallied behind the targeted worker after news of the racist letter hit social media.

“Here, we treat our staff like family,” Cyruss Quaye, a staff member of five years, told The Morning Call. “We have all been trying to put a smile on her face. This has assured me how strong she is. I look up to her for standing up and staying here. This is where she belongs.”

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