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Brotherese

Brotherese , the language of brothers, is a professional discussion and networking group with multiple foci:

  1. emphasizing a more brotherly tone and attitude towards our working together with one another and
  2. bringing the power of linking to the robust power of the African American community...

Brotherese has a companion group on Brandergy.com called Sisterese: http://Brandergy.com/group/sisterese

Website: http://brandergy.com/group/brotherese
Location: Hartford, CT, USA
Members: 186
Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2015

Brotherese

The easiest and most powerful way to talk to the members of Brotherese is to use this link: http://bit.ly/TalkToAfricanAmericans

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Comment by Maiysha Emmani on December 4, 2008 at 10:18pm
FYI...
http://my.barackobama.com/changeiscoming

To get our country back on track, it will take all of us working together.
Comment by Raleigh McKeever, MBA on September 7, 2008 at 6:21pm
Hello all,

My name is Raleigh McKeever and I am a State of Georgia Licensed Massage Therapist (#MT000055). I am the Founder and Managing Director of RPM Muscular Therapies Clinic LLC and specialize in Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT). My practice offers results-oriented clinical-level bodywork in a relaxation format.

If you, or anyone you know, is currently battling chronic muscular pain or stress-related hypertension, please give me a call. I work with other healthcare providers and accept many major medical insurance carriers. I also accept all major credit cards.

Thank you for your time,

www.rpmmuscletherapy.com
therapist@rpmmuscletherapy.com
(404) 477-3254
Comment by Crystal Brannon on July 7, 2008 at 12:59pm
Greetings all I am looking forward to networking with other like minded professionals and possibly obtaining a mentor. I am specifically interested in obtaining information on IT-ERP, SAP HR- HRIS, and accounting I'm a current accounting major with a strong interest in Information Systems and Database.
Comment by Corynne Corbett on May 26, 2008 at 12:52pm
My two new websites are up and running. Last week my blog, www.thatblackgirlblogging.com got bigger and morphed into www.thatblackgirlsite.com. I also started a social network just for the sisters called www.myblackgirlsite.com. I invite you all to check them out.
Comment by Frederica-Azania Clare on May 18, 2008 at 9:44pm
Greetings Sisters and Brothers,

Been thinking about our warrior-sister, journalist, Ida B. Wells. Which ancestor, or who in our struggle, has been speaking to you? And, what are you going to do? I am teaching peace, more diligently than ever. Can you imagine a peaceful Africa; a peaceful African Diaspora? Are you preparing your children for this? Do you know how? To End War: Nurture Peace.

Enjoy Life!

Pax,
http://www.azania.org
Azania
Comment by Lisa Marie Glover on May 15, 2008 at 7:47pm
Good Day everyone,

My name is Lisa Marie Glover and I have been on the site for about a month now. I am interested in connecting with others. Please feel free to contact with my.

I own two businesses, one is a tranportation consultancy and the other is a custom-hand-beaded jewelry design business. I can help with your mobility and fashion sense!! :)

I am always looking for opportunities to meet new people and to forge new business partnerships. If you feel our connection will benefit the both us I invite you to link with me.

My public LinkedIn profile is
http://www.linkedin.com/in/lisamarieglover

I look forward to networking with everyone.

Have a great day!

Lisa Marie Glover
Comment by Loretta Faheem on May 12, 2008 at 5:33pm
Good Afternoon Brothers and Sisters,

Please watch and listen to the attached video which is quite worthy of your attention. It is quite, quite heavy and will make you think! It is sort of long, so you need time to watch and listen. I welcome your thoughts...

Peace and love,
ImaniKristina

http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/11232007/watch.html
Comment by Damon O. Young on April 21, 2008 at 1:18pm
I am amazed at all the resources for networking and job searching there are. It is taking some time to evaluate them and choose where to spend my time. I have been using Linkedin mostly and joining TIGER and some other groups led me to Ning-so far I am very happy with the results.

I'm looking for work in sales or fundraising and am willing to relocate to St. Louis, Little Rock, Atlanta, North Carolina, South Carolina, southern California or Atlanta.
Check out my profile on Linkedin and feel free to invite me.
http://www.linkedin.com/in/damonyoung
Comment by Ed Roberson on April 21, 2008 at 11:11am
Vincent,

Thank you for the invitation. Please let me know how I might be of service to this impressive collection of professionals.

Ed
Comment by Frank B. Goodin, II on April 16, 2008 at 2:03pm
Hello Everyone,

I'm an independent film-maker located in Jacksonville, FL... seriously contemplating a move to ATL by the way! When you get a chance, check out my 1st feature "LOVE TRAP" - I'm sure you'll love it... you can find it at Target, or online at Netflix, Amazon, or Blockbuster.com. Thanks to Vincent for inviting me to this forum of black professionals; we certainly do need as much synergy as we can get. Feel free to contact me if you have questions about film-making - this is a tough, tough field... on that note, I have several projects that I'm looking to raise investment capital for, so for more info please visit my website www.lovetrapproductions.com - also for more info on me you can check out www.lovetrapmovie.com or just Google 'Love Trap Frank Goodin."

I look forward to connecting with many of you, and again if you think I can help you with anything, send me a note.
 

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