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Black Women and White Women\\\'s Male-Bashing. It seemsBlack Women and White Women Male-Bashing. \r\nIt seems that the sole concern of the middle class Black women the protection of the males of Black women, In other words damn the brother because They don\'t have a positive image to defend; thus, no protest about the demeaning of Blacks males. \r\nWhat I am getting at is perplex, it require that a person has been listening very closely to what has been going on in this country for the last 20 years. Male-bashing that has become a cultural norm in this country. Pathetically, middle-class Blacks (and especially middle-class Black women) have a tendency, when they don\'t have anything to join themselves, to mime whatever white people are into. \r\nThus, during this same period when record numbers of Blacks begin graduating from college, a number of educated Black women began bashing Black men, \"a failed. male-dominated and male chauvinistic Black movement\" as the basis for their attacks. Most of the Black middle class is made up of Black women Didn\'t know that did you? And many, if not more single and without children. Thus, it may be said that the greatest beneficiaries of \"the failed Black movement\" has been Black women, \r\nThese women, in mimicry\' of their white counterparts \r\n\r\n\r\nBlack Business Economic Coalition Don Wilson addresses the issue \"Reinvesting in the Community\" echoes President Clinton and Obama, inaugural messages that our country must be willing to travel in a new direction and encouraging small business development through free enterprise / empowerment zones and greater access to global markets....my long suit\' says Wilson. \r\n\"The People Network Partnership\" a collaborative Group that bring people together.\" \"Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for everyone,\" he said. Each of the following individuals extremely proficient in specific areas and are providing internal assistance to one another. We rely upon ourselves and are learning from one another...some people seem to know everything (\' don\'t If you require assistance please avail you of the opportunity to contact any of these individuals. \r\nThey will be to assist you and can empathize with your difficulties and will provide solutions to your problems \"Join the Club, or \"Start your Own.\" We welcome your ideas and suggestions. If you have developed a new application, would like to contribute an art: or have a suggestion for our \"People Network\" Newsletter Computerization Updated please call, write or visit\' forward ideas to: The SQMB will prepare a flow chart incorporating TPN: Don Wilson asked for some feedback and that a monthly update being provided to the ESC. \r\nThe SQMB presented recommendations that the SQMB would explore as follows: Inquire the Field Offices for their input to the network, Implementation of network database measurement using statistical process control by the Field Offices, Training - examines and provides, Establish continuous improvement dialogue with, TPN and Consolidate automation teams under the SQMB. When he moved back here to Savannah, with his wife recently in 2007 however, he had the need for a network to all together, before \"The Georgia International Trade Center\" is completed here in Savannah, and the need for a network to keep in touch with other professional people in the area. When trying to build a client base, I didn\'t know a lot of EMC\'s (small companies; producers) when I moved to Savannah. said Wilson. \r\nWe need a network\" and a trade association.\" The network will present an educational in November and a breakfast series is planned for January. \r\nHobnobbing with the professionals in theses circles norm gives you visibility, but can make you privy to insider\'s tips on opportunities not shared with the general public. A don\'t be shy about asking for referrals from these folk. Don Wilson solicited input for TPN request on the Quality Award process. The ESC recommends increasing the individual suggestion award for Finalist from $50.00 to $100.00. The amount for Winners should remain S500. Our membership drive meeting is set for a date. \r\nAlthough the time and place are yet to be determined. ATM/EMC\'s needs advisory board members as well as members. Wilson said, We are asking five small to medium size business owners to be a part of the advisory board whose names are recognizable in Savannah city areas. The advisory board will help us to modify our mission as required,\" he said. ATM/EMC\'s Savannah networks \"a two - level membership track depending on your needs and what you want to out of the Group,\" said Wilson. \r\nThe first is the executive level, which focuses mostly on local activities and offers opportunity to make the most local contracts. The dues are less (by trading out your resources for this level or by directing in your local area) for this level and may be ideal for local ENIC\'s in mid-management level positions. He said. The second level. \r\nThe principles one. Offers membership in the national network EMC\'s benefits are avail to who join at the principle level. We are tapping into these people.\" Wilson. And bring them together and giving the chance to share information with each other. (Some clubs are exclusionary, selective. We try to be \"I think you do yourself a disservice if you on include people at certain levels of business. We need mentors,\" he said. \"The People Network Partnership\" is seeking members and volunteers. \r\nTo register World Trade Center Trade Association The best kept secret in \r\nAmerican \r\nJoin the club \r\n
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From: Don Wilson (djwilson222000@yahoo.com) 2008-07-27

Seek editor, producer, collaborator, co op publisher, co author, ghost writer, etc. sought Disclaimer: Do not write to me and ask about my hater of women or female.. I have a mother, a wife, two sisters, two daughters, two grand daughters, and many nieces that I love and who love me very much.. This featured piece is strictly (only) about a black/“male-bashing” that has become a cultural norm and not about hater of women. You are missing the whole point of view if you go there.. Contact : Donald J. Wilson Fax: Fax 404-920-3265 or 14049203265@messages.efax.com djwilson222000@yahoo.com Author : Article Title : Black Women Emulating White Women’s Male-Bashing Publication Name : Publication Date : Page : Black Women Emulating White Women’s Male-Bashing Let’s get one thing straight : I intensely dislike explicit rap music immensely. This may seem ironic coming from someone who grew up on Gil Scott-Heron and others in their formative years, and who gave the original last poets one of their first concerts back in the day late in the ‘60s and early 70’s. Both of these artists were among the founding fathers of clean rap. I especially dislike explicit gangs rap. I grew up just outside of St Louis, Mo. (East St Louis, IL) in the birth place of the great Miles Davis when all kinds of Black music required a high level of instrumental and vocal skill, and rap music offer music offers neither. Yet , despite my dislike for explicit rap, I feel that today’s young Blacks are entitled to claim this limited means of expression as their own. I agree with a previous Opt-Ed writer who justified rap as the voice of the young, weather we like it or not, because in my own youth the older Blacks disliked just about everything that characterized young people, particularly anything having to do with the Black consciousness movement . There may be because justice in all of this, because it may be the Black are in the terrible shape we’re in today because too few listened to the young activists in the Sixties. Maybe rap music is a much less eloquent means for today’s youth to express their own dissatisfactions. In a word, rap may be a call for Black to redeem themselves in the eyes of their own children. Which leads me to Ms C. Delores Tucker and the photo of her being handcuffed in Washington, D. C. for obstructing the entrance of a Tower record store during her protest against explicit gangsta rap. Ms Tucker and her ilk are fond of telling white people what solutions will and will not work for the betterment of black people, which approaches are “Band-Aid” solutions, and which ones go to the root causes of the problem. Yet , that middle-class Black people have to confront their own people About problem in the community, they do exactly what they accused whites of doing, which is attacking the symptom rather Than the problem. You have to be less than insightful to believe that rap is the source of any of our social problems, no matter how unpleasant to the ears it may be. That’s like blaming Hugh Heffner, Howard Stern and Def comedy Jam for sexual promiscuity and AIDS. Thus, we now see more clearly that white people do not have a monopoly on hypocrisy. furthermore, it should also be apparent that whenever so-called Black leaders have come up empty-handed in solving real problems, they safely attack symbols instead. So along with hypocrisy, we have incompetence and moral cowardice. It doesn’t stop there with Ms. C. Delores Tucker and many of her Black sisters. If you carefully notice, these people came out of the woodwork primarily to protest tat aspect of gangsta rap that purportedly demeans black women. I mean, rap has been going on for quite a few years now, and both male and female rappers have been saying some pretty strong and unpleasant thing about life, each other’s gender, sex you name it. But it seems that the sole concern of this coterie of middle class Black women is the protection of the image of black women. in other words, damn the brothers because they don’t have a positive image to defend; thus, no protest about the demeaning of Black males. And never mind that 98 percent of the killing involves black male victims; rather, instead, carry a protest placard that shouts “Gangsta Rap Is Rape, “ you almost get the felling that white middle-class women from NOW wrote those placards and organized Ms Tucker’s march, but unfortunately that ‘s not the case , Why dirty white feminists’ hands when you can always rent a Negro? What I’m getting at is neither simple nor complex, but it does require that a person has been listening very closely to what has been going on in this country for the last 20 years or the next. After the 60s, a black movements waned, white middle-class feminism blossomed. They took center stage and commenced the male-bashing that has become a cultural norm in this country . Pathetically, middle-class Blacks (and especially middle-class Black women) have a tendency, when they don't have anything going for themselves, to mimic whatever white people are into. Thus, during this same period. when record numbers of Blacks begin graduating from college, a number of educated Black women began bashing Black men, "a failed. male-dominated and male chauvinistic Black movement" as the basis for their attacks. This attack against black males went on since the mid-70s; despite the obvious fact that many of these same successful women would have never been able to attend college had it not been for that “failed Black movement, “ But why give the brother any credit when the sisterhood is on a roll..! The last 15-20 years have witnessed a substantial increase in the size and income of the Black middle -class is shrinking . Most of the Black middle class is made up of Black women (didn’t know that, did you); and many, if not most , are single and without children. Thus, it may be said that the greatest beneficiaries of ‘the failed Black movement “ have been Black women. These women, in mimicry of their white counterparts, have assigned to their gender all kinds of exclusive female attributes like being inherently nurturing, intuitive, sensitive, cooperative, supportive, and so forth. Now if all this good stuff is true (do you doubt it?), you would think that Black women of such means and alleged character would have a great deal to show in the way of not only helping less fortunate African-American, but of creating their own social movement that would clearly demonstrate that they are the equal of any black man in leading struggle. (After all, they have our “failures” to learn from.) And so I ask you: look around ! Have you seem anything shaking in the last 15 years? can you name a single black female organization that has accomplished in 15 or so years anything that comes close to what the allegedly “male-dominated, failed Black consciousness movement” accomplished in a mere five years? Surely they weren’t busy caring for children, because most of them don’t have any. So what have they been doing? Aside from establishing a nationwide anti-Black male movement , there is considerable more for which these women can be created , For example, they, along with their whit feminist cohorts, but establish a plethora of social assistance program in impoverished urban areas, The only problem i have is that all of the programs were for women. But wait. Many also became successful writers, playwrights, scholars and actresses. trouble is , so many built their accomplishments on Black male-bashing. Unlike today ‘s Black female gangstra rap protesters, there was no outcry, no marches by outraged black men when we were getting it on the chin, And, of curse, no Black women boldly came forth to insist that the Black male-bashing cease. To the contrary, scouring on the brother was the thing, a shortcut to big bucks and stardom, and remains so to this day, Sister Soldier Sharazad Ali (The Black women ‘s Guide to Understanding the Blackman) where two sisters who spoke volumes for the brothers; but later she had to hire bodyguards to protect her from the “inherently nurturing” sisters. (Hope she made a killing, still.) There has been a growing , somewhat unnoticed trend in Black America, and it has to do with successful black women, in subtle and not -so-subtle ways, not only putting down Black males in general, and not only prioritizing the interests of Black women , but also placing themselves above criticism of any kind Worse yet , theses yet , these same Black women will flatly deny all of the above . Among other disturbing things, what this translates into is a significant breakdown in dialogue between the sexes. It is a situation that breeds mistreatment, distrust, vicious competition , and anger. One we’ll now activist involved in the movement to stop the violence among Black males informed me of an all-Black male conference schedule soon, and he told me that , during the open rap sessions, he anticipates hearing a great deal of anti-female discussion. he said that he is finding more and more Black males who actually hate Black women “guises “. So, if middle-class Black women like C. Delores Tucker are outraged about the damage that explicit gangsta rap is doing to the image of black women, maybe they ought to examine more closely the reality of lack women, and leave the image part alone part alone , And while you are at it, maybe you might ever find the integrity to open up a dialog or discover why he calls “certain kinds of black women” all those unpleasant names. 850,000 men are victims of domestic violence every year. Domestic violence not only included , but also not limited to : Being jealousy, pulling on, and talking down to.. or just plain being condescending Silent Film Director/ School of hard knocks ###