(Poverty And Profits OFF The Backs OF The Poor & Working Class)

Where is the black media in regards to the ideas I put forth in my book? Since I am not famous my plan is overlooked that’s why it’s so important that people in my social groups and those on my friends list need to work with me by spreading my book information with your family, friends, place of worship, and also at your local community center who are serious about solving black issues. I ran across an article in the Chicago Reader called “The Golden Ticket” which coincide with my revised book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” second edition on Amazon.com

My story will change the way African Americans and others will look at poverty in the United States. I discuss my experience growing up in the inner cities of Chicago. I also discuss the past, present, and future experience as African Americans/Black Americans. Based on personal experience and years of gathered data, this book transforms our understanding of extreme poverty and economic exploitation while providing fresh ideas for solving a devastating social problem.

Today, most low income families are spending more than half of their income on housing, and eviction has become ordinary, especially for single black mothers.
This is one of the most urgent issues facing African Americans other then urban violence and crime. As we see families forced into shelters, squalid apartments, or more dangerous neighborhoods, we bear witness to the human cost of America’s vast inequality and to people’s determination and faith in the face of hardship.
Our mission is to end urban violence, poverty, structural inequality, institutionalized racism, and police brutality within the communities and cities we will serve if given a chance.

Once I generate enough capital from my book sell and have my management team in place then I will start my private organization the Grass Roots Community Activist Institute in Chicago. GRCAI will be a gathering place for special events, food, music, and sports as well as a place to help implement security measures to make sure our neighborhood is safe vibrant and productive. This will be a lasting legacy for our community. It’s my hope that GRCAI could someday become the Hub in the Midwest for emerging artists and upcoming entrepreneurs. GRCAI will host live entertainment and all types of events, workshops and seminars with such topics as legal, financial and space issues. GRCAI will be a place for networking with people in culinary, fashion, film, music, performing arts, and media.

The Grass Roots Community Activist Institute will become a vital and influential component in the black community. We will offer equal partnership with local residents and be involved with planning and development decisions through public advocacy, and cooperation with other civic organizations. We will create awareness of important issues affecting our inner cities in Chicago, educate citizens to develop their understanding and voice their opinions and solve black issues once and for all. We will play an important role in promoting our nonprofits that will help make Chicago inner cities a thriving, cultural, residential, and educational district. GRCAI is open to all law abiding citizens, all racial groups, and undiscovered artist. This is my contribution back to my community, society and throughout the African Diaspora. Our goal in GRCAI is as follows:


•To advance the ideas and put those ideas into action so that a more educated populous on issues and choices equates a better Chicago.

•To be resourceful about the challenges and seek opportunities facing Chicago, especially on issues that are not getting attention or results.

•To take the lead, but also be ready and willing to partner with other local organizations that have similar objectives.


•To be reasonable and respectful voice on issues consistent with our core values.

•To champion issues that affect the current or future quality of life in the African American community.

•To be able to engage on matters that are ordinary and on those that are transcendent and precedent setting – major issues of the day or topics that are otherwise being neglected.

•To choose the topics to pursue on which we can have the greatest influence and effect.

•To include our membership in review and evaluation, and collaborate with other organizations in advocacy, if appropriate.

•To strive for consensus, not unanimity.

•To be the catalyst for action in the private sector and governed in ways that improve the inner cities of Chicago.


•To acknowledge, congratulate, and memorialize success in the black community.

•To celebrate things big and small ordinary and extraordinary physical, conceptual, and temporary ongoing and commemorative all the things that make the black community unique.

•To take time to recognize success and achievement.


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