Thank you for the welcome! Hopefully you can join Dr. Umar on the B.M.E.N teleconference call today at 8pm est! An I am the host for the B.Q.U.E.E.N teleconference call! Please spread the word... ALL Black Men & Women!
Right now as a former Postal Employee I am focused on the efforts to Privatize the Post Office. What is being attempted there is the "poster child" for whats wrong with those who have more working to see that those who have less have more of less.
I 've made several videos about the attempt to privatize the post office at the expense of the workers and service to the public. I find it easier to work with "cats" as the spokesmen using poetry as my medium. It does take awhile to make the videos as I do rhyming poetry and search for music on the internet to match what's being said. I've made 6 this year but any more would be repetitious although I'm working on one about the Postmaster General who has closed Post Offices and Consolidation centers.
I do post comments on the internet on guess what? Yup-- the privatization of the Postal Service which also takes a bit of time.
I don't read, as much as I like but two books that stand out are "The New Jim Crow" and "The Spirit Level"
Thanks Mark for accepting me here and for the gift. I'm a first year Grad school student and my time is strange but I think I like it here just need to get used to checking in and will browse around soo.
[MediaGlobal]The United Nations Economic Commission of Africa (UNECA) and African Union (AU) recently launched the "Economic Report on Africa 2013: Making the most of Africa's Commodities," written by Carlos Lopes, UN under-secretary-general and executive secretary of UNECA, and Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma, Commission Chairperson of the AU.
[Namibian]THE demand for air transport shows a steady increase over the past years, with passenger numbers and freight traffic growing by 45 percent and 80 percent respectively. Forward-looking predictions suggest that over the period 2010-2015, Africa will be the third fastest growing region in the world in terms of international traffic with an average growth rate of 6.1 percent compared to the global average of 5.8 percent.
[Garowe Online]Kismayo -A delegation from the Inter Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) arrived Saturday in the Somali southern port city of Kismayo and was warmly received by Jubaland President Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed Islam (Madobe) in Kismayo, Garowe Online reports.