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Archive >> November 2007
NBC News which has been running a great series about African American Women on it's Nightly News broadcast has put out a response regarding two of the biggest complaints about the series.
#1 The shortness of the stories which I will say is an issue. Longer versions of the stories are available at their web site. Let's hope they combine the stories and add more footage for a cable television special.
#2 The bashing of black men. I don't think this is really an issue but I guess some do.
Read the NBC response to these criticisms by clicking the link
This is one of my responses to Ms. Rheema Ellis, NBC Report series on Black Women the week of November 26-30th 2007. My heart goes out to you. I could see the pain and joy on your face and in your voice. You and NBC are doing a great job with this serious. I needed to hear from those women as a divorced 40 year old Black African American Man.
I am working to implement a plan to improve the Black man, Black Woman and Black Family. Black Love must be our common bond. A degree or job can never replace a Black man, neither can a White or Hispanic Man. Therefore I offer this
Gordon Alexander Buchannan Parks, Sr. Was
Born on November 30, 1912.
During The 1970's Parks Signed With Paramount
Pictures, As The First African American To Work For A Major Motion Picture Studio. He Directed The Films, "Shaft" And "Shaft's Big Score," Two Movies Which Proved The Boxoffice Power Of Movies Targeted At Black Audiences. "Shaft"Grossed $12 Million In Its First Year.
His Film, "The Learning Tree," Was Registered
By The National Film Registry Of The Library Of Congress, On September 19, 1989.
Released In 1969, And Adapted From The Book
GOD’S INTENSIVE CARE
When friends forsake you.
When doctors don’t know what to do.
Prayer warriors are no longer true
Take your pain, hurt and diseases
To the lord in prayer
For critical diseases. For critical healings. For critical needs.
Enter into God's Intensive Care.
© 2000 all rights reserved by Dorothy Anderson at www.ikanukan.com
GOD’S INTENSIVE CARE
For Critical Times, Critical Healings and Critical Needs
Speak the word
By Dorothy Anderson © Contents/Critical Agenda
A Way Total Restoration, Health and HealingThis presentation offers an approach to helping and understanding those who may be critically ill. Sometimes their situations may not be clear. Questions are asked but, there are no answers. Read this information. Stand on the Word of God. Put God first. Pray and keep praying. Prayer is
Adam Claton Powell:
United States Congressman, Adam Clayton
Powell, Jr., Was Born On November 29, 1908, In New Haven Connecticut.
Powell Began His Career As A Minister At
Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church. During This Time He Fought For Fair Hiring Practices --- Particularly At Public Utilities, Transit Companies And The World's Fair.
Powell Was A Controversial Political Figure For Most Of His Career, Due In Large Part To His Flamboyant Lifestyle.
On August 1, 1944, He Was Elected To The U.S. Congress, For The First Of 13 Consecutive Terms. He Was The First Black From New
Now it's bad enough that the Republicans have all but conceded they want get the African American Vote and are not even trying to get their message to African Americans. It's also sad especially when have some very conservative that the Republicans could play to.
But now it seems as the Democrats are starting to take the African American vote for granted and not many of the candidates are speaking to specific black issues. Read a great article by the Rev. Jesse Jackson on this topic by clicking the link below:
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