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Wendy’s Window – July 29, 2021 – Hard Work Pays Off.
July 29, 2021
Something has happened in society that I have noticed over the last few years and that is many people believe work is hard and they do not want to do it.  ... read more »
COVID and Two Ways Before Us: Open Up, We Live; Close Down, We Die”
July 29, 2021
We are again on the battlefield of health and well-being for our people confronted with a vicious virus that is ravaging our communities at higher rates than others with the possible exception of Native Americans. ... read more »
Tax Agents Bombard Appeals Board Hoping to Make a Buck
July 29, 2021
These very same homeowners are experiencing a huge boost in their home’s value. Yes, small businesses have struggled, many forced to shutter, but the housing market has been booming. The average single family residence has increased 22% over last year in the average home price, cresting at median of about $817,000. ... read more »
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Pandemic Problems of Food Insecurity Are Not Over
July 29, 2021
There are still families and individuals in our community who do not have enough to eat each day. While some food distribution has slowed down, the needs are still present. Many of those providing the distribution of food say they are running into a shortage of volunteers to handle the process. ... read more »
“Negotiate Love With The Nations” Part 4 “Do We Dare Provoke Almighty God To Jealousy and A Jealous Rage?”
July 29, 2021
The Bible is clear…love your enemies! ” That might be news to some and “old hat” to others. We should also “pray for our enemies.” The question is: “How do we do such a difficult thing?” Just get started with prayer and do it! ... read more »
The History and Future of Haiti: Revolution, Repression, Resistance and Eventual Victory
July 27, 2021
The history and culture of Haiti is marked by extraordinary expressions of revolutionary struggle and victory, suffering and repression, but always righteous and relentless resistance of the people and their radical refusal to be defeated. The Haitian nation was born in revolutionary struggle, achieving what no enslaved people had done before or after. It defeated its enslavers and other armies and political forces that sought to thwart and negate its national liberation, inspired and assisted liberation struggles in Latin America, and became a beacon of African and human liberation, teaching possibility and achievement against all odds. But the enemies of Haiti, the world African community and human freedom never forgave it and has since its birth worked to divide it, reconquer it, and reverse its instructive and enduring achievement. In a word, their efforts were directed towards rendering it irrelevant, except as a site of imperialist exploitation, name-calling and conversational contempt. ... read more »
Framing Our Tasks With Fanon: Reconsidering Critical Questions of Life
July 22, 2021
Without a doubt and with no real reason for reservation, Frantz Omar Fanon stood out for our organization Us and remains as a model and mirror of the revolutionary thought and practice which we committed ourselves to and dared. ... read more »
Spiritual Adultery” “Message To The Nations
July 22, 2021
In a timely manner, I had been writing and thinking on the subject of “spiritual adultery” which is idolatry. The term “idolatry” is more commonly used and easily recognizable biblically than the term “spiritual adultery.” ... read more »
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Wendy’s Window – Don’t Confuse Your Valuables With Your Value
July 22, 2021
Have you ever known anyone who measured their self-worth by the size of their bank account or by their physical appearance? Too many people in this materialistic world we live in do not know the difference between their net worth and their self-worth. ... read more »
Removing Educational Barriers, Especially High Textbook Costs
July 22, 2021
Unapologetically Fighting for Black Student Success // No. 4 ... read more »
The President Needs to Pull Out All Stops
July 22, 2021
Last week, Majority Whip Clyburn, Democratic leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, made the observation that the “Filibuster” currently being used in the U.S. Senate to block the Voting Rights Bill as well as the George Floyd Bill, is a matter of tradition and not a part of the U.S. Constitution. ... read more »
2021 State of Black America, “The New Normal; Diverse, Equitable & Inclusive” Highlights the Urgency of Repairing Structural Flaws Unmasked by the Coronavirus Epidemic
July 22, 2021
Ending the "Three Pandemics" of racial inequity in health care, economics and public safety requires innovation, deliberation ... read more »
Wendy’s Window July 15, 2021 – Life Choices
July 15, 2021
One of the things that I have realized in my life is that the choices I made yesterday defined who I am today.  I will be the first to admit that some of the choices I have made were not always best for me.  However, many of the choices I made impacted my life positively. ... read more »
World-Class Sprinter Sha’Carrie Richardson Is The Latest Casualty Of Decades Of Racist Application Of Marijuana Policies
July 15, 2021
“… ‘the rules are the rules.’ Yet, rules aren’t inherently neutral — more likely than not, rules are an extension of a status quo of racism, ... read more »
Ask Dr. Jeanette® Success On “The Way” “Message To The Nations” “Love Your Neighbors”Part 2
July 15, 2021
Certainly this is a vast topic. One might say, “It’s Needless to claim to write on this broad subject.” How can one say, write about love to one and write about hate to another. Who can know or even believe that you’re sincere one way or another? Well, its easy to make a determination that you’re “wishy-washy, not genuine.” ... read more »
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