Sunday, December 22, 2013

Sad But True...


Picture that Speaks Volumes


Reminding Blacks we Do Have Voice

This is an article from Right Wisconsin that I wrote. I hope folks will go on over and take a look at it. It is pretty good and reminds us of our power in elections, our importance at the table and the value of voting. For too long Blacks have undermined our own worth. Now we can no longer afford to do that. With the condition this president and our own elected have left us in, we are fighting for our very way of life. If not for us, for our children. Enjoy this piece....


http://www.rightwisconsin.com/perspectives/201410581.html

On the Horizon for Umoja Project!! Events, and Great Projects Come Join

Dear Friends,
Umoja is busy getting ready for February and other upcoming events. We would love for you to keep us in mind and help prepare so we can make each event successful.

Here is a brief outline of what is coming up so everyone can have some time to plan, save or assemble.

December 26th Stsarts Kwanzaa as we honor the one of greatest holidays for Black Conservative Concepts we want remind everyone to look for Kwanzaa events throughout the city/state and take part. Go to Kwanzaa websites and get to know the holiday. It is far bigger than a founder. The 7 principals (Nguzo Saba) are all deeply rooted in conservative values and so we love to honor them.

February is Black History Month
We have 4 events we present:
1, Resume Mentors-We like to partner up people who can look at resumes either online or in person and help fine tune resumes for those re-entering the workforce.

2, "Look the Part" this is a great way to help folks going to interviews. We collect clothes and get them ready for people who need clothes for interviews and jobs. Not everyone has an outfit for once that interview gets them in the door. This is how you can help with something tangible. We especially need outfits for plus size women PLEASE!!!

3, "Sankofa" This is a wonderful event where we work with youth on learning about Milwaukee's history through the Fine Arts. We do this in conjunction with CAPITA Productions and sometimes Milwaukee High School of the Arts. More information to come....During this time we help students mostly from MPS catch up on homework, get some reading help and mentoring. They are a joy to work with and the time goes fast. We are hoping for Feb. but this may get pushed back to April. either way we will do the mentoring with the kids in February. This is something they need and personally I need. I love working with youth. It is just good for my soul and sadly all we hear about is the bad news but there is a lot of good news going on in ALL our schools. We must help our kids.

4, "Umoja" This year we are going to try and hold a training session with conservatives of all backgrounds. This will be done in Milwaukee's inner city and we will be discussing common issues and other things that unite us. The purpose is to show how similar we are in many ways and celebrate the things that make us unique as well. We hope to have a few speakers but mostly a lot of Q & A so we can talk and get to know each other and come from behind the walls of social media and unite.

If you are interested in helping plan any of the events please contact Umoja Project or WW at 411wonderwoman@gmail.com
The more the merrier!! :)

Thanks and enjoy your holidays,

WW and Umoja Project

Blacks In Chicago Strike Back!

On Thursday, a town hall meeting hosted by Al Sharpton and the National Action Network to address gun violence exploded into a revolt against “Chicago Machine” politics, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and the aldermen in City Hall, with panel and audience members calling to vote out their elected officials.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/12/21/Al-Sharpton-s-Chicago-Town-Hall-Erupts-into-Revolt-against-Machine-Politics

Thursday, October 10, 2013

A New Black Voice for Milwaukee to Air October 16th!!


 
On Wednesday October 16 Cream City Radio will launch in Milwaukee WI. As an African American owned media outlet we realized that there is a silence in our community when it comes to issues that are of a conservative nature.

Personal Responsibility is a corner stone for what we are building through this station to include its music, talk show hosts, and sponsors.

Cream City Radio will look to service all communities and give a perspective that is really missing in South Eastern Wisconsin. Poverty is a state that affects all communities. There are many reasons for this. Lack of education, lack of morals and ethics, as well as a decline in family structure are just a few.

Through our broadcasts we will look to uplift, inspire, educate, and promote a positive community in all areas of not only Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, and all points around and between, but to the world at large.

Being a media outlet broadcasting via the internet gives us flexibility and control that comes with much responsibility. Through our website at www.creamcityradio.com, our mobile app, tunein app, itunes radio, and a host of other broadcast points we will be able to reach an audience that is starving for this type of programming.

Our focus is on YOU and giving you the tools, information, and news that can literally change your perspective and life for the better.

Join us and be a part of what is truly is movement towards more people accepting Personal Responsibility for the course and outcome of their lives.

Welcome to Cream City Radio.


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