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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Thursday July 27, 2017 Get Involved 7PM @ The International Longshoremen's Association Hall

 Many residents from surrounding counties are employed in Charleston, South Carolina. An upgraded transportation system would enable ride shares which drop individuals off at bus stops for a transit commute to and from work. This upgrade would also lessen congestion on The Savannah Highway, and interstates.  The current transit system in Charleston county adversely effects residents of Beaufort, Colleton, Dorchester and many additional counties.  Be The Change and Motivate To Save Millions. ~Nancy Lockhart

Motivate to Save Millions With Your Story On Thursday July 27, 2017 @ 7pm. @ The International Longshoremen's Association Hall.
"Charleston County Council has apparently chosen to appropriate only 3 of the 14 Million dollars available for better bus service in Charleston next year. With 2 million going to replace buses and only 1 million going into improving service, our half penny sales tax money won't get us bus service as good as we had two years ago before service was cut by 2 million dollars. We're gathering information and preparing to push back against this in the near future. We need to hear from you and others need to hear from us so things like this don't happen.
Join us at 7 p.m. Thursday at the International Longshoremen's Association Hall on Morrison Drive. It is free and open to the public, but organizers say they are most interested in hearing from self-identified Democrats. The Longshoreman's Hall is on the #11, 10 & 20 (Free) Bus Lines.

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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

What Group of People Will Become Kim Burrell's Next Victims?

By Nancy Lockhart

In Christianity, ministers are authorized by churches or organizations to provide spiritual guidance within the church and community. Watching a minister spew such hate and venom from the pulpit was shocking. My initial reaction was - "she has a personal vendetta against someone" I'm wondering what caused this blatant disrespect and un-Godly message from the pulpit. What ever the cause, I feel that the Black church has more to talk about. What about saving some souls? What about uplifting poor people who are most certainly going to face difficult times in 2017. What about police murders, homeless people and the list goes on indefinitely.
No, this woman found the need to stand in the pulpit with tights on - spewing HATE and Venom. I find this very Ungodly.

In Response to Petition in Support of Kim Burrell:

One of the things you're missing is the fact that she certainly did not have a problem taking gay people's money. She was happy to work on an album with openly gay Frank Ocean. She was very happy to accept money for this upcoming movie, aren't gay people in the movie or didn't GAY people produce the movie? I'm not certain. She was Happy to go on Ellen's show to perform promotions for the upcoming movie. Those shows pay appearance fees. (Thankfully she was cancelled) Karen Burrell would have taken GAY Ellen's money. Is this money perverted? No I'm not in support of this at all. Standing in church brutally criticizing a particular sector of people (not knowing a camera is filming) and working with them for HUGE FINANCIAL GAIN is hypocritical in the Christian faith, last time I checked. I cannot support hypocritical actions. Individuals as such seem to find reasons to continuously attack.

What group of people will the next victims come from?

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Descendants of Cherokee Freedmen Are Being Denied Tribal Rights


Descendants of Cherokee Freedmen Are Being Denied Tribal Rights Dec 21, 2016 | 517 videos Video by America Reframed Most Americans are familiar with the Trail of Tears, when Cherokees were removed from their native lands and forced west. However, the involvement of African Americans is less known. When the U.S. Indian Removal Act forced many Native Americans to move, enslaved Africans also followed them into the frontier. After the U.S. banned slavery, men and women who were enslaved in the Cherokee Nation were granted freedom and full tribal membership—they were called Cherokee Freedmen. This excerpt from the new documentary By Blood, by America Reframed, looks at the current legal battle for tribal rights that descendants of the Freedmen are embroiled in. Both the Cherokee and Seminole Nations began denying citizenship to Freedmen descendants, arguing that they are not members of their tribe “by blood.” Watch the full film here. Author: Nadine Ajaka