The Fate Of Black Children In Urban America

The author of the book, “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition He has decided to take his autobiography a step further and turn it into a movie. This movie is an inspirational, urban film that takes place in Chicago, Illinois and surrounding suburbs.  This will be my last attempt to get my message out to the general public about my vision and my plan on how my organization will end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality within the communities and cities we will serve if given a chance. To this day I am still lacking 30 people within the state of Illinois or beyond to join my team and assist me in turning my vision into a reality. I just want to have an opportunity to bring new ideas, to keep the community informed and to provide our clients and members with basic resources to raise their families and to keep their children safe.  Attention undiscovered artists on my friends list I will be seeking legitimate film directors and producers, as well as twenty five actors/actresses to play in my movie. I want my future cast members to have at least two years experience in the areas above who would like to be a part of this film project. I want them to first purchase my book in order to know what this film is about. Please send me your name and email address to my facebook inbox. Those with media knowledge such as doing or have access to radio talk shows, local television, documentaries, print media please interview me on your show or in your magazine.

The Plot:

The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America second edition is based on Emmanuel Barbee’s personal life experience growing up in the inner city of Chicago ghettos. The book depicts a place in America where people are deprived of most luxuries, and in constant struggle to survive. The burden of his struggle falls on Emmanuel shoulders as he tries to protect and help his mother with their daily needs. His family lives in the midst of violence wrought by local drug gangs, who control the neighborhood. Children living in those communities have a bleak future dealing with failing school system and trying to survive on a daily basis to adulthood. Emmanuel does his best to get others within and beyond his community to start a new movement which will bring about real change at the local level and in other cities, but he is unable to convince others to join his cause “Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos.” But his ultimate goal is to find thirty people within Illinois or beyond to come to Chicago and work with him directly in starting his organization the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement first in Chicago then eventually in 25 cities within 25 states in America. Once his organization is established in the United States he plans to expand his organization abroad to Africa, Brazil, and the Caribbean Islands.

The low income African American Community:

The inner city offers few productive activities for those, who are trapped in American ghettos. There are some community organizations which offers programs for troubled youths, but space and funding are extremely limited. Apart from playgrounds and a few recreational centers, there are few safe places where children can go within the black ghetto. Capitalism benefits from poverty stricken communities, because it creates a black market, such as the drug trade in order to entrap career criminals to be imprison for the penal system this is capitalism 101. Drug Gangs has a great influence on children in those neighborhoods. They are lured by the fast money as drug dealers or gun traffickers. Though Emmanuel never joined a gang, he occasionally found himself in a group of shady neighborhood kids, who committed petty crimes. Emmanuel steers completely clear of wrong doing throughout the book, as he has tries to be a model citizen. Emmanuel was chased out of his former community by criminals and street thugs during his street campaign. He relocated in North Chicago and begin creating online groups in 1991.

He is gifted in the area of research he can find anything in print. He assist others who have accepted his hand of friendship with finding college scholarships – grants, small business grants; housing; legal services and employment on a national level all for free. He is on 300 social networks and he correspond with 125,000 people worldwide spreading his vision and trying to recruit others to join his cause Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos. His organization will fulfill Dr. King’s dream of ending poverty and structural inequality in Urban American and in America in general after they end gun violence first in the communities and cities that will receive his services.  His story presents the other side of the so called American dream. His book mentions that children as young as thirteen years old are already engaged in urban violence, and gang membership. There are several points Emmanuel mention in his book which are useful in understanding the social context of the urban poor in American society.

First, his story addresses some of the causes of domestic violence. Emmanuel points out that the youth are robbed of their innocence by their social environment. Their attitudes are shape by violence that they encounter on a daily basis due to neglect from the broader society which is why Emmanuel calls for starting a new political party “democratic socialist party” at the local level to address community issues and to create their own laws which are compatible to the dominate culture. He wants the community to be an equal partner in his private organization and for them to put his political party in power at the local level. Their first goal is to change the current gun laws and to work with other communities beyond the black community in order to build trust with the community he plans to serve. More resources are given from the federal government to combat international terrorism, because capitalism have an interest in protecting commerce more than urban terrorism which effects those who are trapped in American ghettos.

Secondly, his book presents the case that children could succeed if given a chance. Emmanuel exemplifies this by excelling when given the chance to attend college. The story also reveals a gross violations of human rights, depriving most of the youths of chances of successful futures. Established black organizations and career politicians who are supposed to maintain peace and order as well as look after the welfare of the community are the ones who corrupted the budget intended for the betterment of the people they were suppose to serve. He calls them black capitalist. For him they are the ones largely responsible for the horrendous living conditions in the black ghettos of America. Behold a new day is about to occur in Urban America only if the community and society wants it. I don’t ask for any donations instead I ask those who can afford my book for $22.43 plus tax to purchase my book and read my story for yourself if you agree with what I am trying to do in Urban America then encourage your family and friends to read it also. I need your support so that I can generate capital to start doing all the things I discuss in my book to the fullest. Real Christian Socialist Online

My Book Link on Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Solution-Black-America-Reclaiming-Rebuiling/dp/1480074365/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1353183068&sr=1-5&keywords=The+Solution+For+Black+America

My Cause: (Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos)

http://www.causes.com/causes/508743-help-stop-the-genocide-in-american-ghettos?m=509f6ac8

My Face Book Fan Page

https://www.facebook.com/newurbanauthorandnewhoodvisionary

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