Brotherese , the language of brothers, is a professional discussion and networking group with multiple foci:
Brotherese has a companion group on Brandergy.com called Sisterese: http://Brandergy.com/group/sisterese
Location: Hartford, CT, USA
Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2015
The easiest and most powerful way to talk to the members of Brotherese is to use this link: http://bit.ly/TalkToAfricanAmericans
Started by Vincent Wright Jul 10, 2015.
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QUESTION: Do the DECENT people living in impoverished conditions in our severely challenged urban areas who want to break the decades old bonds entrapping them in these seemingly impregnable ghettos count as part of those "living in our global community"? THE REASON I ASK IS THIS: *IF* we can use our conjoined creativity, resources, intelligence, money, and energy (C.R.I.M.E.) to help break more of those ages old eviscerating bonds and stereotypes, perhaps those who successfully get help to get out of our American ghettos will be of greater assistance in helping BOTH those in ghettos in America AND those in the more highly discussed "3rd world countries"... (CLOSING QUESTION: When was the last time you had a GOOD conversation in an American ghetto? (Though not often discussed or even contemplated, there ARE some good conversationalists HUNGERING for good conversation in America's ghettos, you know?)) #FAITH #FindingAttractionInTheHood #ATTENTION #AttractingThemToElectronicNetworkingToImproveOurNation
#IHaveADream that one day we will build a REAL #EncouragementEngine to drive #Encouragement as #TheBiggestBusinessInTheWorld
(The above tweet is in keeping with the trending topic on Twitter regarding the 50th anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, "I Have A Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial during the march on Washington, 8.28.1963)
YOUR BLACK WORLD... AND WELCOME TO IT! HAPPY NEW YEAR! BUY BLACK! LET'S DO BUSINESS. LuvYa, http://www.azania.org, AzaMa
Social Media has an emndless learning curve.
But, "It's a good thing."
Have a great weekend!
Maybe it will be SPRING on the East Coast.
It's not just you...this link is inaccessible:
It could be that potential viewers would have to be connected to Lashanda Henry in order to view the list. (Facebook members have a multitude of privacy settings which can affect public links to their posts)
Thanks to you and Vimcent...however I am getting an error message at FACEBOOK.: "THIS CONTENT CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE."
Is there a way around this? ...Or, is just me agan?
P.S. Have a lovely weekend, both of you.
FIRST LET'S REACH OUT TO "LINKING AFRICANS", our sister group on MYLINKINGPOWERFORUM.NING.COM.
I am going to join them right now.
LINKING AFRICA & THE DIASPORA with Heart and Thought
In January of this year the Africa Business Panel introduced the first Africa Business Confidence Index (ABCI), which measures the month-on-month performance of African businesses. Please help building this index by filling out this month's short ABCI survey. It will not take more than 5 minutes of your time, so please do it now! You will find the questionnaire here: http://www.africabusinesspanel.com The April ABCI will be published in early May. Contributors to the ABCI-survey will receive a complimentary detailed report of the index by e-mail. We are looking forward to your support in making the ABCI a success and we would like to thank you in advance for your time and valuable insights. With kind regards, Bas Vlugt Africa Business Panel http://www.africabusinesspanel.com Posted By Sebastian Vlugt [LION] at LINKEDIN
Black California Dreamin’: Social Vision and the Crisis of California’s African American Communities
Black California Dreamin’: Social Vision and the Crisis of California’s African American Communities is a book and internet project sponsored by the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Center for Black Studies Research. Articles, essays, and other works will be published in different formats by the Center in July of 2011. A conference on the findings will be held in May, 2011.
The Crisis of California’s African American Communities project is designed to critically examine the multiple challenges faced by Black individuals, families, and communities as a result of the global economic downturn of 2008 and the subsequent state fiscal crisis. Prior to these extraordinary events, African Americans already led the state with the highest rates of high school dropouts, homelessness, incarceration, and mortality. Since the economic crisis, they have also experienced extreme rates of layoffs, unemployment and housing foreclosure, the elimination of life sustaining social and educational programs, and the closure of major organizations, institutions, organizations and cultural programs. Learn more> The information was taken from The Center for Black Studies Research
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