(New Movement In Black America)

Half a century later after Dr. King’s assassination, our people must continue to push for social justice and equality; anything less will be a disservice to the memory of this great leader and all those that paved the way 50 years ago.  Today the Civil Rights Movement has been hijacked by the gay rights movement.  Gay issues are based on sexual preference. They are gaining more legal rights then we are. Women Rights are also benefiting more from affirmative action then black men and black women. The George Zimmerman trial is evident that we as black people have not fully arrived in achieving the America Dream. In contrast, Marissa Alexander was convicted as a domestic violence survivor eight days after giving birth to her baby. She was not allowed to use Stand Your Ground Legislation. She sits in prison with a 20 year sentence.  The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement will pick up where Dr. King left off “The Poor People’s March” was a 1968 effort to gain economic justice for poor people in the United States. It was organized by Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and carried out in the wake of King’s assassination. They demanded economic and human rights for poor Blacks, poor Hispanics, poor Native Americans, and poor Whites.

GRCAM will grow a national grassroots movement that will challenge this out-of-control corporate influence in our democracy.  Our clients and members will understand the importance of principles over traditional political parties, and we will not be afraid to speak the truth about corporations influence over our government and economy. In order to this movement to start I need concerned citizens who are tired of the same ole rhetoric by career politicians or community organizers to read my story “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition.  We believe in liberty and justice for ALL and not just for a few. Today, we face fewer available jobs for our youth, too much gun violence, and an increase of school-to-prison pipeline. Rather than persuading the financial elites, our focus is on using social media to spread my vision and promoting my book in order to gain capital to offer incentives to those who will join my team. In time we will train and hire our future clients and members to put on live performance to transform hearts and minds, and we will partner with celebrities to spread vision.  It’s my goal to someday to become a best-selling author.

I believe that the economy is not broken but rather it was never designed to help the poor in the first place.  In my book I provide in depth research into economics and ecological science that reveals many of our mis guided assumptions about the economy. These flawed assumptions have guided the decisions of business leaders and politicians in both parties for decades, with disastrous results. To reinvent the American dream we must jettison the 19th century economic ideas and 20th century policy proposals that have failed us for years.  The American dream  was founded on a belief that anyone can have a better life for themselves through hard work. Though the reality often fell short, that single idea inspired generations of Americans. By speaking truth to power and bearing witness against injustice, reformers throughout our history have transformed the core values and beliefs of the American people. Only then, after the cultural ground had shifted underfoot, did sweeping political and policy changes follow. GRCAM is open to undiscovered artists, poets, dancers, painters, to change hearts as well as minds. We will do cooperative alliances with local celebrities to popularize the vision. We will use social media as a platform to spread my vision and also to promote my book that will spark public debate.

We won’t be afraid to hold anybody accountable, regardless of their political party. If you believe in economic equality and social justice, fairness and dignity for all people, then purchase my book and connect with me in my free online groups until we are able to find a place of business starting in Chicago. GRCAM will start a new movement in Black America that will focus on the economic interests and financial security of single black mothers, single black fathers and low income two parent families that are trapped in American ghettos. Wall Street banks destroyed our economy. Politicians are catering only to Wall Street interest as I discuss in my book.  The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement will start in Chicago Illinois and eventually throughout 25 other cities. We will create a coalition of the willing meaning we will do cooperative alliance with other  community organizations, congregations, labor unions, and individuals who agree with our vision and in time we will help them advance their cause as soon as we rebuild our community. By working together to improve our own businesses and build allies that will challenge big banks on behalf of struggling and middle-class communities.  Together, we can fight against Wall Street in order to help other American families and communities to build wealth, close the country’s growing income inequality gap and advance the vision in my book on how our economy can better serve the many rather than the few. We will advocating for legislative fixes to reform campaign finance laws, Wall Street regulations, and the tax code; Promote cultural changes to address political disengagement, polarization and widespread misinformation.

My Facebook groups is a key part of our strategy to spread my vision and to promote my book. Offline, I will continue to hold speaking engagements and pass out fliers to those who want to learn more about my book and my organization GRCAM.  The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement is not about me it’s about finding ordinary law abiding citizens who are willing to work together to assist me in starting this organization one city within one state at a time it’s about putting the needs of poor and working families and communities first. My groups is a place for you to get involved and for us to network and support one another cause.  Passionate discussions in my online groups are fine, but be respectful of others and try to add value to the conversations.  As leader of GRCAM I am trying to find and recruit reasonable brothers, sisters, and others across the United States and throughout the world to read my story and for them to go down in history by working with me in moving this virtual organization from behind a computer screen into the target communities I discuss in my book.  I reserve the right to delete comments or block users whose comments do not reflect views on building an inclusive and dynamic national movement.

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