Here’s More Information About Me And My Organization

My name is Emmanuel Barbee. I am the Founder and President of The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement. I am a innovative professional with visionary Entrepreneur in Social Media Marketing and Advertising. This is what I bring to the table excellent interpersonal skills and innovation, I am an effective leader who has envisioned cross functional teams for multiple urban communities as well as develop business plans and marketing strategies, I truly enjoy being able to get my hands dirty when the need arises and continually learning new skills and acquiring experiences at every opportunity.

I am a new urban author of the book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, and Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” which is based on my new business The Grass Roots Community Activist Institute which is the business wing of my organization. The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement has three main components are as follows: a social service component, a spiritual component, and a political component.

This organization was formed to create specialized services within the African American Community. Our focus is on assisting low income single black mothers and single black fathers that reside in the inner city ghettos of Chicago. We will bring economic empowerment to the community we serve. We will also to create strong partnerships that include retailers and local residents. The primary goal of these partnerships is to create a place where the integrity  creates a lasting foundation for success and changes the economic destiny of people lives.The Grass Roots Community Activist Institute is an ambitious and extraordinary endeavor that represents:

* Strong revitalization of the community for residents, and the surrounding communities.

* Provide an alternative school for at- risk youths and allow them to become competitive in the job market.

* To make the urban ghettos become prosperous by creating jobs in da hood and teach our clients on how to become self-sufficient while at the same time reducing dependancy on government.

My area of Specialties – Substance Abuse Counselor; Emergency Room Technician; and Renal Dialysis Technologist. In addition my specialty includes  Sociology; New Business Development; Social Media Marketing; Guerrilla Marketing; Conflict Resolution/Negotiation; Competitive Analysis and research; Trend Spotting; Personnel and Budget Management; Recruiting; Interviewing; Training.

I would describe myself as a Christian Socialist. I have been a community activist for years. I am a native from Chicago Illinois; despite my constant threats from criminals within my community I still continue to be on the front lines trying to unify the black community. My many trials and tribulations I faced has made me the man I am today. I graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s Degree in liberal arts. My new book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, and Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America.” In the book I describe my experience growing up in the inner city ghettos of Chicago. I discuss the current conditions facing the Black Community today and offer a new perspective in improving the lives of those trapped in American ghettos.

In The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, and Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America I explain how capitalism has divided us by class such as the middle-class, the working class, and the under class. I explain how the American Dream of a secure, comfortable standard of living is becoming obsolete. No longer is making good grades and landing a secured job is the norm. The United States is in danger of losing it’s competiveness thanks in part to the elitist and run our country political decision.


The evidence is all around us: Our industrial base is vanishing, taking with it the kind of jobs that have formed the backbone of our economy for more than a century; our education system is in shambles, making it harder for tomorrow’s workforce to acquire the information and training it needs to land good twenty-first-century jobs; our infrastructure roads, bridges, water, and electrical systems is crumbling; our economic system has been reduced to recurring episodes of Corporations on Wall Street; our political system is broken, all because of a small financial elite group using greed and power of the checkbook to control both parties. And America’s middle class, the driver of so much of our economic success and political stability, is rapidly disappearing, forcing us to confront the fear that we are slipping as a nation that our children and grandchildren will enjoy fewer opportunities and face a lower standard of living.

In The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, and Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America, I cite a number of alarming facts and figures that suggest  Black America and America in general is on the decline. For example: 26 million Americans unemployed or underemployed homes were repossessed by banks in the first quarter of 2009, 1.51 million people filed for personal bankruptcy during the ending of 2009.


Forty years ago, top executives at S&P companies made an average of 30 times what their workers did; today they make 300 times what their workers make The percentage of all income taken home by the wealthiest 10 percent in 2007: 49.7 the highest share recorded since 1917 The percentage of financial wealth that, by 2007, was owned by the top 20 percent of Americans: 93 The unemployment rate, by the end of 2009, for the bottom 10 percent of income earners: 31 (versus just 3 percent for those in the top 10 percent, earning $150,000 per year or more)


The percentage by which the poverty rate grew in the suburbs of the largest metro areas in the United States between 2000 and 2008: 25 making the suburbs home to the country’s biggest and most rapidly expanding segment of the poor. The financial industry’s share of domestic corporate profits just before the financial crisis hit: 41 percent (versus 21-30 percent in the 1990s and no more than 16 percent from 1973 to 1985) Percentage of workers who have borrowed against their 401(k) plans, according to Fidelity Investments: 22 The percentage of Americans who have less than $10K saved for retirement: 43


I have provided a road map to end poverty in America, structural inequality in America, and a solution to end gun violence in America. I call upon reasonable Brothers, Sisters, and Others nationwide to join my organization “The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement” which picks up where the Civil Right’s Movement ended “The Poor People’s Campaign.” We will address all the social issues facing the urban poor and he provides a concrete solution to the social problems in Black America as well as America in general. I provide the reader with direct contact with me to discuss the issues in depth on how to solve these issues step by step. Reference of creditability:

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I am a new urban author of the book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” I have the answer to end all the debates about gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality once and for all.



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