(The Most Controversial Urban Author In America & The Most Ignored)

If Trayvon Martin had been born white he would be alive today. If he had been white, he never would have been stalked by Zimmerman, there would not have been a fight, no funeral, no trial, no verdict. It is the Zimmerman mindset that is guilty. It is a mindset that views all black men and boys as a threat, up to no good no matter their social class status. Trayvon, you and other martyrs will not be forgotten in my organization. We will keep your memory alive by building a new movement that makes African Americans aware of the work we must continue in this country before we expand abroad to Africa, Brazil, and the Caribbean Islands.  I know many people don’t believe that building a truly courageous racial justice movement is just too hard or too impractical. They say that we should just work for “reform” tinkering around the edges of this corrupt system and that we ought not delude ourselves into thinking that something truly transformational is even possible. Clearly these naysayers have not read my story. I am still in the process of seeking brilliant and brave individuals thirty people within the state of Illinois or beyond who have read my book and agree with what I am trying to do in Urban America to come forth and work with me directly in starting the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement in Chicago and eventually in 25 other cities in America.

Those who have read my book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition will connect the dots between mass incarceration, Trayvon, slavery, failing school system, and high unemployment in Black America. Those of you on my friends list I challenge you to read my book, and if you still lack faith and hope, then contact me directly via e-mail, Facebook, Google Plus, Skype or Yahoo Messenger or come to Chicago and talk with me face to face.
The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement for now only exist online. It is an organization that will confront systemic inequality by building our collective power and re-educating our people and others that want to be apart of this new movement. No sound bites, no endless debates, it’s about solving our social problems within our communities and cities once and for all.  We are the sons and daughters of former slaves and farm-workers. We are the products of our grand parents who had a Dream.  We are products of a dream deferred. We are witnesses to a dream damaged and destroyed. We are dedicated to defending the dream etched in our memories of Dr. Martin Luther King: that we are all created equal and possess equal rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

In my organization I share the spot light with others who also think outside the box like me. My organization is open to undiscovered artist such as writers, musicians, actors/actresses, dancers, readers, marchers, dreamers, leaders, thinkers, organizers, activists, and all racial groups and law abiding citizens. Our legacy will be defined by decisive action. Our time is now, as it was for our grand parents who fought against Jim Crow and for equal rights. Our black leaders have failed us time and time again and still they don’t have a plan to end Urban Violence in our communities. We can talk for two years straight and do marches and hold vigils day in and day out that still won’t stop police brutality and gun violence in our community. People are entitled to their own personal opinion but why can’t anyone come up with a solution or plan to solve our social problems within the inner cities? I attended an Emergency Summit On Urban Violence at Chicago State University last Friday. I networked with other community activist as well as pass out fliers about my book and my organization GRCAM. I shook hands with Congressman Bobby L. Rush and Congressman Danny K. Davis but I miss meeting with Rev. Jessie Jackson due to the large crowd in the conference hall. Again I don’t do inspirational feel good speeches I speak from the gut and what I say makes a lot of people uncomfortable I can’t sugarcoat genocide. I spoke with a few people from the news media about my book and the reason why I wrote my book.

I explain to three women from the press that not only do I address to issues facing Black America but I explain in detail my personal experience growing up in the inner city of Chicago. I also explained to them that I provide a road map in my book on how my organization will end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality within the communities and cities we will serve if given a chance. I also explain to them that I lack support from established black organizations and this was one way for me to recruit others to my cause my offering them incentives to start my organization in Chicago first and eventually in 25 other cities in America. I explained to them that my book is only the beginning I want to connect with 30 people within the state of Illinois or beyond to come to Chicago and work with me directly in turning my vision into a reality no sound bites just action on the ground for the sake of our children and our communities.  I provide a road map on how we can end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality in Urban America if given a chance in my new book.

My book is an auto-biography about my personal experience growing up in the inner city ghettos of Chicago. I also wrote my book in order to promote my organization the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement. (GRCAM) is a private for profit service base business. It has three main components a social service component, a spiritual component, and a political component. Finally I wrote my book in order to generate capital/seed money to offer incentives to thirty talented individuals within the state of Illinois or beyond who have read my book and agree with what I am trying to do in Urban America. Real Christian Socialist online

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