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“Bankers of young Minds” the plight of our teachers

May 16, 2018

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They are united and standing tall for one of the most important causes in the world, the education of our Children. Across the the state of North Carolina, Teachers of all colors, races, gender and creeds, are put in charge of some of the most important equity mankind will depend on “our future world leaders.” […]

School Bus loads of CMS Children being put at risk

April 17, 2018

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A fallen tree blocking the road at Honeywood and Brookshire remains to create a dangerous route for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS), School Buses. We watched again this morning as CMS Bus drivers with loads of Children swerved into oncoming lanes of traffic to avoid hitting a fallen tree on Honeywood Ave in the Oakview Terrace neighborhood. […]

High rents + Low wages = Honolulu

April 11, 2018

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In Hawaii and across American, Honolulu has some of the highest numbers of Houseless individuals in America, other City’s should take heed and learn from this formula: High Rents + Low Wages = Honolulu Hawaii And a new report out from the Hawaii Government sheds more light on the struggles and problems for people in […]

Charlotte Works places CEO Patrick Graham on Administrative Leave

March 29, 2018

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I recieved a statement on March 28, 2018 from Katrina Louis, the Communications Manager of Charlotte Works, that the Board of Directors have decided to place the President and CEO Patrick Graham on Administrative Leave. Following days of developments, after I first broke this story on Saturday March 24,  2018.  And my original request made […]

CEO Patrick Graham of Charlotte Works arrest leads to more Unanswered Parallels

March 27, 2018

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The continued need to ask uncomfortable questions and have open and transparent dialogues around violence against women and others.  We first broke this story of Friday’s arrest of Dr. Patrick Graham and the alleged “Assault on a Female”  early Saturday March 24, 2018. And after reaching out to Charlotte Works. My request for a statement […]

Charlotte’s lost vision

March 20, 2018

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A dense fog has set in over Charlotte North Carolina, along with a new City Council seemly desperate for Corporate America’s approval and any accomplishment.  The new CLT City Council has lost its vision and is working at a hurried pace that could be severely detrimental to the City’s overall Health and Welfare. You would […]

No Service Member Left Behind

March 10, 2018

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When you serve in the military, there’s a certain bond you have with your fellow service members. You often hear phrases like “we leave no service member behind.” It’s a motto that showcases the common bond our men and women in uniform share. Story originally posted on June 30, 2016 by the Salvation Army of […]