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Welcome to the iZania Blogs, where you will find black professionals, black entrepreneurs, and other members of the iZania community participating in creating their own blogs. Topics range from black business advice; business blogs; news, information, and opinion; to personal journals.
"The Right To Live Law"
After another senseless murder of an infant in Chicago, I am once again proposing a solution (http://www.BlackStart.org). The Solutions is a "Right To Live Law" that allows any community to place an initiative on their community, city, county or state ballet, which creates a zone free or (dry) of lethal bullets and it provides a free Non Lethal Bullets for Lethal Bullet Exchange paid for by a $1.00 property tax and a $0.02 Sales Tax. Anyone charged and convicted of owning lethal bullets gets mandatory
Why Are Politicians Ignoring This Solutions To Gun Violence?
On January 21, 2013, Hadiya Pendleton performed at President Obama’s Inauguration and on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, she was killed by gun fire while hanging out with friends at a park in Chicago, IL USA. This story truly saddens me. Any unnecessary loss of life is a sad occasion. I have been proposing a solutions to gun violence to political leaders, including The White House, yet they seem hell bent on playing political games with the National Rifle Association (NRA).
We all know that the Second Amendment guarantees the right to
Black Men and Women Require a Systematic Marriage Training Program
When you want to create a societal change, it must be intentional and systematic. Of course, Black Men need marriage! Many just don't know it, due to lack of role models that don’t demonstrate the benefits of marriage. I'm not just referring to the sex, and that's a major component of it. I'm referring the physical, emotional and psychological health of connecting with the right person. The pooling of two incomes in one house and the producing, nurturing and raising health productive children. Our current education
Someone has to raise the issues that are hurting Black African American people. We lack leadership at every level of our society, including politics. I'm not interested in leadership that wants to fight or do battle. I want them to solve problems. I will not lower my standards to be a sideline cheerleader every two or four years, who need to be motivate to vote. I'm engaged and demand accountability, transparency and solutions at every level. However, a few of us, who are concerned about our people and the entire society can't be the only people awake and refusing to be used by both
Innovative Diaper Idea
Vote for this great idea on @quirky: "What if there was a single diaper that could be..." http://t.co/tdnyzPO2 What if there was a single diaper that could be used multiple times per day for new borns infants an...
Charles E. Campbell,
Do We Deserve The Black Leadership We Vote For?
Black African Americans should be ashamed of President Obama and other Black Leaders, when they examine the conditions of Black African Americans as a group. President Obama and other Black Elected Leaders and their surrogates take pride in telling Black Folks without shame, that he's not the President of Black Americans, but all Americans. Is that a verbal slap in the face? It is for that reason, that I still believe in the Change part of his old message. It is a mark of insanity to keep voting for the same politicians for a second term in
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