(The Crisis In Black America Urban Violence: Where Are My Intellectuals?)

First I would like to ask everyone  with a heart to pray for  the victims and their families in the Philippine’s.  Tomorrow I will be holding my last online conference on Yahoo Messenger. November 11th 2013 will mark twenty two years that I have been pushing my virtual organization/ online groups.  This is also my first year that my revised book has been available to the public on Amazon.com and Createspace.com  “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition.

You may wonder what’s preventing me from starting my organization the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement?  The answer is lack of support from our own people.  First I don’t have the capital to start my business this is why I wrote my book to get my message out to the public. I am not asking for any donations until I have my team in place and we have a place of business in Chicago. I am not going to go into debt taking out a business loan and then my business in up failing because I wanted to give back to my community and my people but because of this Willie Lynch Mentality within our culture my business fails due to lack of support.

Until I am able to find 30 people within the state of Illinois or beyond who have read my book and agree with my plan/vision on improving Urban America and who are brave enough and smart enough to qualified to be on my team then I want those people to come to Chicago and work with me directly in getting my organization up and running.  All I can do at this point is continue to promote my book in hopes of someone stepping forward to join my team and end these endless debates and begin solving our social issues once and for all. No black leader in America has the answer to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality in Urban America other than me.  We have a black President in the White House but cases like Trayvon Martin continues in America.  We as black people forever hold annual summits in every major city about the problems facing our inner city youths, the failing public schools in the inner city, and black on black crime.

The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement will be a private for profit service base business. We will create a think tank that addresses and solve such issues as gun violence, poverty, structural inequality and personal responsibility from the principles I have written in my book.  One of our objectives is to strengthen single black mothers, single black fathers, and low income two parent families that reside in the low income African American Communities. In addition, we will build awareness and promote a black agenda of traditional values, limited government, and to provide goods and services to the low income African American Community. We will create legitimate jobs through our entrepreneur programs which will help fight poverty within the black ghettos.

About Emmanuel Barbee

Emmanuel Barbee is the founder and president of  (GRCAM) The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement.  Emmanuel is a Christian Socialist. A Christian socialist is a form of socialism based on the teachings of Jesus. Many Christian socialists believe that capitalism is idolatrous and rooted in greed, social inequality, and institutionalized racism which most Christian denominations consider a mortal sin. He is also a social entrepreneur. A social entrepreneur are people who tries to solve social, cultural, and environmental issues. He is a professional blogger, he shares his views on a weekly basis on major social networks. He is on 300 social networks, and he correspond with 125,000 people worldwide.

Before involvement as a community activism, Emmanuel Barbee worked part time as a GED instructor, Emergency Room Technician, and a Substance Abuse Counselor. Now, as a community activist, Emmanuel is bringing new perspective to our social issues on how to transition Black America from government dependency. Emmanuel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Social Work. He is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He is the author of the awesome book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition. This is an auto-biography about his experience growing up in the inner city of Chicago.

In his book he provides a road map on how his organization will end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality within the communities and cities that they will serve. He also wrote his book in order to generate capital/seed money, in order to offer incentives to thirty talented individuals within the state of Illinois or beyond who have read his book and agree with what he is trying to do in Urban America for them to come to Chicago and work with him directly in getting his organization up and running. The heart of his organization is “Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos.” The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement will be a private for profit service base business. It will have three main components: a social service component, a spiritual component, and a political component.

Through GRCAM we will start our own grocery stores; restaurants; and real estate companies. We will offer private employment within the organization to our clients and members pending on our budget and sponsorship. Those who are business minded we will teach them how to start a business and work with them until their business materialize. I will openly reward those who are working with me directly for I share the spot light and they will go down in history. Finally, I wrote my book to unite our middle class, working class, and underclass brothers and sisters as well as concerned citizens to help me turn my vision into a reality instead of just sitting back to find fault with my approach while watching our children die in the streets of Chicago. I want to make Chicago a model first before we expand to 25 other cities within 25 states. GRCAM is about giving ordinary citizens a chance to voice new ideas and keep people informed about what’s going on in the inner cities in America. Why only 25 cities because of all the rejections I endured for two decades. My vision goes beyond Urban America my creator wants me to expand GRCAM abroad. We will provide agricultural technology, employment within the organization, and housing to countries in Africa, Brazil, and the Caribbean Islands to people that want and need our services.

GOAL

To fight poverty through traditional values, limited government, and through our entrepreneur programs.

OBJECTIVE

Build public awareness and promote a black agenda, group economics, faith based, and personal responsibility in the low income African American Communities.

METHOD

Work in the media, in underserved communities to promote our entrepreneur programs, to protect unborn life, and to transition Black Americans from government dependency.

STRATEGY

Media: Provide weekly discussions and promote positive images in the black community. Outreach: Educate the public by providing cooperative alliances with other communities. Policy: Publish quality research studies and write on topics which impact poverty such as personal retirement and medical expenses, housing and school choice vouchers, family, and crime.  This will be an opportunity for those on my friends list to speak with me directly via voice chat or video chat. Those who will participate please read at least ten of my blog entries to gain an idea about me, my book, and my organization. Those who have already bought my book I will answer up to five questions you may have about my book. Please state your first name and which social network you are on.

WHAT DO I WANT FROM MY READERS?

This is much more then about me selling a book. My book is as an interactive book for my readers and for those already in my groups. I only want to speak with those who agree with what I am trying to do in my city and in my community. Until I have my team in place and once we are established in Chicago I encourage all of my supporters to join my free online groups and interact with others in my social groups. Those of you who are small business owners or those of you who have a start up ministry I encourage you to promote your church organization. Most of all keep the lines of communication open with me by sending me messages to my inbox.

I encourage all of my true supporters to share my book information with your family; friends; schools; colleges; places of worship and in your neighborhood. This is not just about me and my book, this is about the future of Black America. I am asking everyone on my friends list to help me get my book on the best sellers list so that my cause “Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos” can be taken seriously. Making my book more visible will raise awareness of this movement and give others a better idea of what we are about. Joining my free online groups isn’t dependent on your location so you can join as long as you have access to the internet no matter where you are. Building my virtual community through social media helps spread awareness and help us network with one another, create strategy building, and education efforts. No matter your availability or access to resources, you are a value asset to this movement. I wrote my book to recruit 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 for them to come to Chicago and work with me directly in getting my organization up and running. Our agenda is to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality within the low income African American Communities within the cities we will serve.  My organization is open to all law abiding citizens, Christians, Muslims, and Secular People as well as other racial groups. To my non-black friends you assist us in our cause and in turn we will assist you with your cause therefore it will be a win win situation for everyone. Finally, I want to unite our working class, underclass, and middle class brothers and sisters, as well as concerned citizens to jump start the vision. Those who disagree with my vision will have no place in my organization or in my life. If at least 70% of the community agrees with my plan then I can do my job. Our motto: one mind, one voice, and one accord. This is my contribution back to my community and throughout the African Diaspora. Real Christian Socialist Online

My You Tube Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP1OaQswoiI&feature=youtu.be

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 Book Link on Createspace.com

https://www.createspace.com/4021116

 

 

 

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