(GRCAM Basis For Class Unity Among Blacks & Others)

Yesterday April 29th 2015 I attended Legal Teach-in for Rekia Boyd event at DePaul University College of Law.  Officer Dante Servin was acquitted with impunity for killing Rekia Boyd when a judge granted his defense attorney’s motion for a directed verdict. Servin was never even required to present his defense. This is a very rare move, and it’s hard to understand why this happened. I went to learn more about the legal basis of the judge’s decision, the standards for Department Of Justice prosecution of Servin, and to strategize about how best to move forward. I want Officer Dante Servin to take responsibility and be held accountable for his action. Attorneys Rabya Khan (CAIR-Chicago) Joey Mogul (People’s Law Office), Alan Mills (Uptown People’s Law Center), and Cliff Nellis (Lawndale Christian Legal Center) provided an overview of the law and answer questions.

After the conference I passed out 250 fliers about my revised book and about starting a new movement in Black America GRCAM.
In my revised book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition. This book is for people who are serious about social change. I provide a vision of how we can have a better world and I provide a strategy to achieve it through a detail road map on how my organization plan to end urban violence, poverty, structural inequality, institutionalized racism, and police brutality within the communities and cities we will serve. While the financial elites reports record profits, the working poor one sixth of the population, live below the poverty line and are getting poorer. Nearly half  of the American population is just above the poverty line. The rise of the police state protects the interest of the financial elites and their corporations.

Those who are not connected with the power that be become victims of foreclosures, evictions, layoffs, and imprisonment. In the name of austerity, clinics are being closed, schools are closed, food stamps are being cut, childcare supplements are being taking away, useful community programs are now being defunded. These conditions are intolerable. What we face in America is the private ownership of land by the financial elites. The militarization of the police state and the bolstering of the prison industry proves that the financial elites is not interested in changing the systemic root of the problem which is social inequality. Whether you are African American protesting in Chicago, New York, Ferguson, Baltimore or if you’re white living on welfare in Appalachia, the demand is the same human basic need food, clothing, housing, healthcare, and education.

The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement wants to improve the lives and the conditions of the low income African American community and the black family as well as do cooperative alliance with other community organizations beyond the black community in order to create a society based on cooperation; a society where education, healthcare, food, and housing are available to all. Peace could be ours if we would just stop competing against one another and build a cooperative society, where the abundance that surrounds us was shared by all. I wrote my book to get my message out to the public and network with liked minded individuals who think outside the box like me for us to build this organization starting in Chicago. As we fight to end police brutality and the killings of unarmed black and brown people we must first build a new  movement that is established within our community represented by the local residents of that community.

Those who reject my plan/vision will never have a place within my organization. I will exclude small minded individuals who only complain about the white man and the social conditions but never do anything to change the problem. I will also exclude criminals, active gang members, and passive spectators on my friends list who only want to be seen. Keep your money, keep your opinion, and keep it moving.

Those who believe Black Lives Matter then help me get my revised book on the best sellers list and let the whole world know our cause matter Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos! I seek 30 individuals within the United States who are brave enough and smart enough to join my management team make yourself known to me. I want to make Chicago a model first before we expand to 25 other cities within 25 states. Once we’re established in America I plan on having Native Africans in America to assist me in starting chapters in 25 countries in Africa. If nothing else pray for me that my book would get on the best sellers list so that I can hire qualified people on my management team then I can do all of the things I’ve written one community, one city, and one state at a time starting in Chicago. My organization is open to all law abiding citizens, all racial groups, and undiscovered artist. This is my contribution back to my community and throughout the African Diaspora. Real Christian Socialist Online
Why is GRCAM needed in this day and age?

Show and Prove

Kimani Gray, Ousmane Zongo, Ramarley Graham, James Brissette, Malcolm Ferguson, Rekia Boyd, Tyisha Miller, Timothy Russell, Malissa Williams, Tarika Wilson, Dakota Bright, Many Loggins
John Crawford, Nicholas Heyward Jr., Kathryn Johnston, Ronald Madison, Oscar grant, Joel Acevedo, Kendrec Mc Dade, Jordan Baker, Manuel Jaminez, Manuel Diaz, Michael Brown,  Akai Gurley, Sean Bell, Tamir Rice, Aiyana S. Jones, Eric Garner, Ezell Ford, Jaime Gonzalez, Corey Harris, Omar Abrego, Anthony Rosario, Hilton vega, Darrien Hunt, Roshad McIntosh, Ruben G. Villapando, Yvette Smith, Anthony Baez, Patrick Dorismond, Amadou Diallo, Timothy Stansbury
Darius Pinex, Richard P. Perez, Dominique Franklin, Tanesha Williams, Desean Pittman, Trayvon Martin, MoShowon Leach, Walter Scott, Freddie Gray, Justus M. Howell and many others.

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