Posts tagged "Mayor Emanuel"

Debate over $200 Million President Obama Has Yet To Raise While SILENT On $50 Million Mayor Emanuel Has Right Now To Address "At Risk" Urban Youth

Back in SEPTEMBER 2013 I released this public challenge to our political, civic and community leadership with NO responses of press conferences, interviews, news columns or almost ANYTHING regarding Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel who released the community groups who had received the first level of funding from Mayor Emanuels new $50 Million dollar Anti-Crime Initiative!!!... Read more »

STOP THE SILENCE on Mayor Emanuel's Economic Violence In Black and Poor Communities!

  STOP THE SILENCE on Mayor Emanuel’s Economic Violence In Black and Poor Communities! To all the collective leaders from our political, religious, business, civic, community, media and others who repeatedly called on the community to “stop their silence” on people in the community who commit crimes — WELL as a 40 year veteran Chicago... Read more »

Mayor Emanauel's 63rd & King Drive Appearance Misses The Real Point AGAIN !

  Mayor Emanauel’s 63rd & King Drive Appearance Misses The Real Point AGAIN ! Youth and community ready for immediate jobs while Mayor sits on unused $30 Million or MORE!! In Chicago here comes the major media AGAIN having to do yet ANOTHER story in the Black community (today on 63rd & King Drive) where... Read more »
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Mayor Emanuel Has More Immediate Resources Than The "Three Years Coming" 100 WHOLE FOODS Jobs For Englewood

  Mayor Emanuel Has More Immediate Resources Than The “Three Years Coming” 100 WHOLE FOODS Jobs For Englewood Economic Advocacy group (National Black Wall Street Chicago) says Mayor has funds for more immediate jobs needed now for unemployed residents versus waiting THREE YEARS for 100 jobs!! http://bit.ly/17z9tT7   Mark S. Allen’s Comments included in Fox Chicago... Read more »

Mayor Emanuel's 200 New Police Deployment Symbolic and not of substance

Anyone who truly works at the grassroots levels and works directly in those constituencies facing desperate social and economic conditions clearly know that Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s latest announcement of 200 new police officer deployment is symbolic with no substance. The reality is that its just a matter of time before The Mayor and Chicago Police... Read more »

Ed Gardner to mayor: “No meeting, we will march on City Hall”

Ed Gardner to mayor: “No meeting, we will march on City Hall” Tillman: ‘We ought to treat Gardner as our Rosa Parks’ By Chinta Strausberg To a standing-room-only crowd at BJ’s Market & Bakery Restaurant on 87th and Stony Island, business giant Ed Gardner Saturday said if Mayor Rahm Emanuel has not met with him... Read more »
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Chicago and Evergreen Park Mayor's Respond To Ed Gardner

EXCLUSIVE: Ed Gardner to meet with Evergreen Park mayor and developers Spoke to Mayor Rahm Emanuel Wednesday via phone By Chinta Strausberg Despite the rumor mill, community leader and business icon Ed Gardner is not holding a march Thursday rather he is meeting with Evergreen Park Mayor James Sexton and representatives from anchors of that... Read more »

Wallace "Gator" Bradley Responds To Mayor Emanuel On Chicago Violence !

THE URBAN TRANSLATOR, WALLACE “GATOR’ BRADLEY HOLDS MAYOR RAHM EMANUEL ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE INCREASED VIOLENCE IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY ON HIS WATCH… LET’S WORK TOGETHER NOW! After a violent Memorial Day weekend in Chicago that left 10 dead amid 42 shootings. So far, it’s been a bad year on that front. Through Monday, there have... Read more »

THE CHICAGO BLACK CAUCUS PRESENTED A UNITED FRONT, BUT THE CHICAGO BLACK COMMUNITY LOSES IN REMAP VOTE

STATEMENT BY VETERAN BLACK POLITICAL ACTIVIST MARK S. ALLEN, CHAIRMAN OF BLACK WALL STREET CHICAGO, A LOCAL BLACK COMMUNITY ECONOMIC AND PUBLIC POLICY ORGANIZATION, and LEAD ORGANIZER OF THE ILLINOIS VOTER RESTORATION PROJECT 773-392-0165 THE CHICAGO BLACK CAUCUS PRESENTED A UNITED FRONT, BUT THE BLACK COMMUNITY LOSES IN REMAP VOTE While The City Council Black... Read more »
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OPen Letter to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and First Lady Michelle Obama From Advocates of Urban Agriculture's Statement On Local Food Economy

Dear Mayor Emanuel and First Lady Obama, We have forwarded you the Statement below developed by the Advocates of Urban Agriculture’s steering committee and a growing coalition of others, in the interest of reinforcing the importance of local and neighborhood-based investments in our food economy while mayors and CEOs of major food retail companies convene... Read more »