(Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos Podcast)
This podcast is an extension of the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement. Our mission to eradicate urban violence in Chicago through our programs and services. Our purpose for being on social media is to recruit brave and smart African Americans/Black Americans as well as the Global Black Family to work with us in solving black issues starting in America. Our aim is to help improve the Black Family by moving our virtual Christian socialist organization from behind a computer starting in Chicago.
We are determined to move (GRCAM) from behind a computer through our film project in order to reach the masses and from the film proceeds we will start (GRCAI) the Grass Roots Community Activist Institute and make our presence known on the Westside and on the Southside of Chicago. GRCAI will teach our members about financial literacy, group economics and create legitimate jobs for our youth based on our budget and sponsorship.
Why now? Today’s Black families are facing major financial challenges. They’re being forced out of the black community due to urban gentrification. GRCAI will take the lead in investing in our urban communities while strengthening the Black Family. GRCAI will teach black families financial principles that they were not taught in school. We want to make Chicago a model city before we expand to other cities in America. GRCAI will operate as a community co-op, grocery store, healthcare and housing complex. GRCAI will operate on two fronts a domestic front and on an international front.
On a domestic front within the United States:
To create a sense of national urgency about the genocide which is taken place within our inner cities in America starting in Chicago. We will push for social change through our stories using media and advocacy. We will achieve this through our films, stage plays, journalism to change the narrative. We will strive to educate and enlarge our audience of concern citizens who care about solving black issues in America.
To eradicate urban violence in Chicago through our programs and services.
To tackle poverty, institutionalized racism and police brutality within the Black Community.
To promote economic opportunities in the African American community by becoming an advocate, offer stipends and resource for our members.
To offer a second chance program for ex-offenders of non-violent crimes, former gang members and homeless individuals within the community.
To provide programs and services to strengthen the black family by creating jobs and building a strong economic base.
To heal collectively from this Willie Lynch mentality in America and on the African continent heal from this colonized mentality.
To examine the Amish community, the Asian community and the Jewish community. So that we can practice group economics and form our own code of conduct.
To get our house in order first before we invite none black sympathizers into our space.
On an international front:
(GRCAI of Africa) the Grass Roots Community Activist Institute of Africa plan on hiring African immigrants in America to encourage the Diaspora to set up a chapter in South Africa and eventually in 9 other African Nations Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Angola, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda. I am encouraging my international friends to put pressure on African governments to allow the Diaspora to have citizenship within 5 years if they are serious about us doing business on the African continent. GRCAI of Africa will go through the proper channels with the African government to start our (NGO) Non-government organization. We are determined to work with our disadvantaged brothers and sisters in the society to improve and enhance the capacity for self-development.
To promote GRCAI of Africa to the African people
To fight against corruption To nurture young Africans by conducting mentorship programs and various youth activities across Africa
To promote education through establishing learning centers, book donations, publications to needy young people to enable them to achieve their academic goals.
To promote health among the people living in rural and low-income urban areas by organizing for medical camps and health awareness campaigns.
To participate in various economic activities geared towards improving the standards of living among the people in low-income rural and urban centers.
GRCAI of Africa will offer private employment to our members based on our budget and sponsorship. We will provide infrastructure for building bridges, roads, power lines, clean running water, agricultural technology, solar and wind energy to help our members with their electrical generators and most of all help improve the African economy as well as educate the people about the problems with Capitalism. In time, we will expand to Brazil and specific places in the Caribbean such as Barbados, Bahamas, Haiti and Jamaica.
Tonight our special guest speakers were Apostle Angelica Latrice Morris from Tennessee and Evangelist Kaleeshia Mullings from Jamaica.
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