(Hood Liberator: Advancing The Faith While Improving The Social Conditions OF Our People Trapped In American Ghettos And Beyond American Shores)

A couple days ago I ran across a black capitalist on my friends list.  A black capitalist is a person who wants make a profit and only view you as a dollar sign.  He asked me was my book in the library? I explain to him that my book is still kinda new it was published in 2012 and I don’t think the library will want my kind of book on there shelf. Then he flip the script and ask me to consider purchasing his herbal products I view black capitalist as no difference than your average drug dealer from the streets only looking to make a profit at many cost.

I have been trying to get others in my city to work with me in starting my organization for the past twenty two years but was unsuccessful at finding others willing to help. I reached out to established black organizations who refuse to take me serious and the black churches in my former community only gave me lip service “keep up the good work.”  In 1991 I turned to the internet to create social groups and to I assist others who have accepted my hand of friendship with finding college scholarships/grants; nonprofit grants for their ministries/small business grants; housing; legal services and employment on a national level all for free. The name Chiraq was given to my city because there are more murders and violence  crime in Chicago than there were in Iraq and Afghanistan combined. Walking through the streets of Chicago is like walking in Iraq with all the murders, robbery, and acts of violence taken place on a daily basis has made Chicago one of the most dangerous cities in America.  Since 2001 over 4,000 people has been killed in Chicago due to urban violence.

The most frustrating experience for me is when other African Americans tell me they are not interested in my cause (Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos). Our people say they want change but when presented with the opportunity they back down, until something like the Trayvon Martin case is in the media or when something personally happens to them. Truth be told most of our people are afraid to get involved with community activism. I am trying to  start a new urban community mindset and improve those environments within our inner cities rather than just talking about it.  I decided in 2005 to turn my passion into a business by starting a nonprofit after six months of denial of rental space from black capitalist and the lack of manpower on my team I decided to dismantle my nonprofit business and focus on writing my story in hopes of generating capital to start my business. In 2010 I published my first book but to my surprise I got ripped off. I paid $3,000 for publishing and editing they only published my book. I believe that someone from Xlibris deliberately tried to sabotage my book in order to discredit me as an author. In 2012 my advisory board (three people out of 125,000 people whom I correspond with from 300 social networks) assisted me in editing my revised book and we found another self publishing company called Createspace.

“The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition is to raise awareness about the genocide which is taken place in our inner cities and what I am trying to do about  it.  Secondly, I wrote my book in order to generate capital/seed money to offer incentives to thirty talented people within the state of Illinois or beyond who have read my book and agree with what I am trying to do for our youth, our community, and our racial group for those persons to contact me.  I want them to come to Chicago and work with me directly in getting my private for profit service based business (GRCAM) the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement up and running.  Our agenda is to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality within the communities and cities we will serve.  My organization will solve our social problems such as institutionalized racism, structural inequality, and police brutality instead of reacting or complaining about these issues which has been going on since the Civil Rights Era. I want to move my virtual organization GRCAM the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement from behind a computer to the Westside of Chicago.

My organization will serve the Austin community, Garfield Park community, and North Lawndale community on the Westside of Chicago. Once we’re established on the Westside we will expand to the Southside of Chicago to unite our community and our people. Once we are established in Chicago we will expand to 25 other cities within 25 states such as Alabama; Arkansas; California; Connecticut; Florida; Georgia; Illinois; Indiana; Kansas; Louisiana; Maryland; Michigan; Minnesota; Mississippi; North Carolina; New Jersey; New York; Ohio; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; Texas; Tennessee; Virginia; Washington; and Wisconsin.  Once we’re established in 25 states we will expand abroad to Africa, Brazil, and the Caribbean Islands to people that want and need our services.  I want to create a multi-million dollar company but I want thirty people within the state of Illinois or beyond who have read my book and agree with my plan to improve Urban America would you please make yourself known to me.  Those of you who want to connect with me just send me a friend request on Skype. My Skype screen name is manwell4mankind.

Those of you who have purchased my book and agree with my cause I will work with you and your immediate family members of life just as long as you are keeping the lines of communication open with me. All I am asking is that you share my book information with your family, friends, associates, your place of worship, your school, and at your local community center. We will start this organization one community, one city, and one state at a time. Anyone who disagree with my plan/vision to improve Urban America will not be allow in my organization or in my life. I will only hire those under my leadership my future clients and members pending on our budget and our sponsorship and those who are working with me directly.

I am 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.  I am also a social entrepreneur. A social entrepreneur are people who tries to solve social, cultural, and environmental issues. Some of my Christian friends ask me why do I include secular people on my friends list? I explain to them that we as Christians should focus on what we stand for: love, compassion, social justice, and liberation theology. Jesus commanded us to be a witness to others not just for us to read his word, but to activate social change in the world according to Luke 4:18-19. My organization is open to all ordinary law abiding citizens, all racial groups, and undiscovered artist but everyone must agree with all of the principles in my book no exceptions.  This is my contribution back to my community and throughout the African Diaspora. Real Christian Socialist Online

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