CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, United States of America!!!
They just re-hired 50 Police Officers today!
It’s hard being out of work, …believe me… (I’ve been on Welfare…It is no Pic Nic:(
BRAVO, GOVERNOR CHRISTIE!!!
(It’s called GOOGLE, Maaaa!:(
Dana L. Redd
I DON’T WATCH T.V.
I GET ALL OF MY NEWS FROM THE INTERNET
AND FROM THE CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION (CBC.ca)
UP HERE IN CANADA…..
BUT YOUR MAYOR
THE HONORABLE DANA L. REDD
WAS ON THE RADIO AND SHE SAID…
THAT SHE HAD TO TAKE A PAY CUT
IN ORDER TO MAKE SURE THAT THE CITY OF CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY
COULD HAVE 50 NEW POLICE OFFICER HIRED TO DO THE JOB
OF PROTECTING THE INNOCENT
LIVING IN CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY???
I WAS READING CANADIAN VOGUE WITH RIHANNA ON THE COVER,
SO I WASN’T QUITE PAYING ATTENTION TO WHAT SHE WAS SAYING TO BE QUITE HONEST WIT-CHA…
IS THAT WHAT SHE SAID???
UNION CONCESSIONS IS WHAT IS NEEDED ??? SAY WHAT…???
I AGREE WITH YOU GOVERNOR CHRISTIE
THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE.
TO GET THE CITY OF CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY
OUT OF THIS MESS THAT WAS THE RESULT OF A PROUD FEW
WHO CAUSED THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
TO FALL INTO A CRIPPLING RECESSION.
There are three suggestions that I came up with after reading THE TATLER ( With the RIP-OFF ANDY WARHOL pix of Kate…~http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_New_York_City ) at the SHOPPERS DRUG MART (Pharmaprix.ca):
A) YOUR MALE AND FEMALE POLICE OFFICERS ARE RE-HIRED AT A LOWER SALARY WITH LESS BENEFITS, BUT THEY ARE WORKING AND PROTECTING THE GOOD PEOPLE OF CAMDEN, NJ.
B) NO MORE POLICE OFFICERS ARE HIRED WHICH MAKES THE GOOD PEOPLE OF CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY QUITE VULNERABLE …AND NO MORE POLICE OFFICERS ARE HIRED/RE-HIRED …MEANING THESE HIGHLY SKILLED, HIGHLY COMPETENT LAW ENFORCERS ARE AT HOME WATCHING RE-RUNS OF THE SOPRANOS/THE JEFFERSONS, WHEN THEY COULD BE SAVING LIVES.
GHETTO TOURS: Camden, NJ
C) The Governor and the Union Leaders can do nothing — and therefore, will be no progress on the issue.
Please read the comments that accompany the Youtube Clips. They are anonymous, however, they are quite curious and revealing….
dont brag about how dirty and fucked up your town is!clean it up! have neighborhood meetings,start growing organic gardens in the middle of town to feed everyone and asign everyone specific duties! kick the corrupt govt.out!they are the ones who are allowing the drugs to come in your town!the cops are paid of by low level mafia punks!kick them all the fuck out and start over!but first you have to get everyone in the neighborhood on board & make them undersytand the situation!make things and sell
~Youtube comment (Not my own)
I THINK THAT AFTER THAT FIASCO OF A TRIBUNAL
WITH PEOPLE HUMILIATING AND EXCORIATING ALL MUSLIMS OF YOUR FAIR COUNTRY
A PUBLIC FLOGGING ….AS IT WERE …
YOU SHOULD WORK WITH THE NATION OF ISLAM
AND NOT ONLY CLEAN UP CAMDEN
BUT PAINT IT UP
NICE AND PRETTY LIKE
OPEN NEW BUSINESSES
SWEEP THE STORE FRONTS
PUT SOME ART STUDENTS IN THERE, TO DRESS THE WINDOWS OF THE SHOPS FOR FREE
ADD PERMANENT STEEL ART THAT REPRESENTS THE HISTORY OF THE CITY CIRCA 1800’S (SHIP MAKING???)
WORK WITH BETTE MIDLER (Nooo! THIS IS NOT A JOKE.) SHE CAN MAKE SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO CLEAN UP THE PLACE AND HER
FRIENDS CAN START A NO LITTERING CAMPAIGN THERE
BRING A CO-OP IN THERE SO THAT PEOPLE CAN EAT REAL FOOD
DON’T LOOK AT ME LIKE YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING???
IF THEY CAN HAVE A FOOD CO-OP IN THE SOUTH OF BRONX
THEY CAN HAVE A FOOD CO-OP IN CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY
I SAID IT IS CALLED THE INTERNET!!!!
YOU SHOULD TRY IT SOME TIME;)
….IT IS JUST ONE STATE OVER……GOSH DARN IT!!!:(((
WORK TOGETHER FOR A CHANGE!!!!
THAT YOU CAN BELIEVE IN…..
AND YOU NEED ART PROGRAMS FOR THE KIDS AND THE ELDERLY
THEY NEED TO SEE BLACK BLACK BLACK
PEOPLE DOING POSITIVE THINGS
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB SHOULD GET IN THERE (DENZEL??? YOU CAN BE THE TEAM LEADER!!!)
SEX EDUCATORS (ROBIN THICKE ??? WE CAN PRACTICE TOGETHER….DON’T TELL PAULA) NEED TO TALK TO THE KIDS AND THE TEENS
THE KIDS BEFORE THEY TURN INTO TEENS
PLANT TREES AND FLOWERS
URBAN GARDENS ON ROOF TOPS
MAKE IT A SCHOOL PROJECT???
GET YOUR STUDENT TO COME UP WITH STUFF
AND THEY CAN WIN SCHOLARSHIPS OR A BRAVIA FLAT SCREEN TELEVISION FROM SONY
YOU SEE !!!I WAS NOT JOKING…..
Parsons senior Funmibi Atanda-Owo sees “Black Studies in Art and Design
Education” as a great first step.
After four years at Parsons, Design and Management senior Funmibi Atanda-Owo has seen the university make strides in creating a community for African-American students like herself.
Still, she admits, there is more work to be done.
“Diverse students need to feel welcome here,” Atanda-Owo says. “The community needs to be stronger and tighter. When my group, Students of the African Diaspora, was established last year, I was happiest for freshman who’ll be able to rely on it for four years.”
That insight explains why she is delighted to be one of the speakers at the upcoming conference, “Black Studies in Art and Design Education: Past Gains, Present Resistance, Future Challenges” on March 26 and 27. Atanda-Owo will share experiences from her years at Parsons—what the opportunities and challenges have been, what the curriculum and social landscape are like, and what changes she advises Parsons implement to foster an inclusive environment in which all students can excel.
Organized by professors Coco Fusco and Yvonne Watson, “Black Studies in Art and Design Education” will address the fact that Black communities continue to be a marginal presence in art and design schools worldwide, even though Black artists and designers are on the cutting edge of contemporary culture.
In addition to Atanda-Owo, participants include artists Pepón Osorio and Damon Rich as well as Parsons professors Bill Gaskins and Leslie Hewitt; industrial designers Stephen Burks, Noel Mayo, and Parsons professor Tony Whitfield; and scholars Mabel Wilson, Craig Wilkins, Leslie King-Hammond, Jennifer Gonzalez, and Susan Cahan.
“The artists, designers, and scholars we have brought together for this conference share a commitment to finding ways of making Black Studies part of every student’s education,” said Fusco. Fusco feels that Parsons is the ideal institution to address these critical issues, due to its location in a university with a longstanding commitment to social justice and in a city with one of the largest urban Black populations in the country.
Recognizing that it could be a leader in increasing opportunities for art and design education, Parsons established the Pre-College Scholars Program in 1997. Parsons Scholars, as the program is known, provides full tuition for New York City public school students to attend pre-college preparation programs at Parsons. The majority of these scholars come from groups underrepresented in art and design, including 40 percent who are African-American. In 2007, Parsons launched a diversity initiative with three related objectives: increase the numbers of diverse students, faculty, and staff; create a learning environment where diverse perspectives thrive; and achieve institutional change through policies and procedures that recognize the need to increase representation in the art and design community.
Change comes slowly, but Funmibi Atanda-Owo has already been inspired. Although she will graduate in a few months, this Maryland native hopes to remain in New York where she can guide future generations of Parsons students and create professional connections to advance the careers of diverse students in art and design.
“We still have a lot of work to do,” says Funmibi. “I’m looking forward to next year when I can come back as an alumna and help new students get more comfortable and find a community. This conference is a great first step.”
“Black Studies in Art and Design Education” will take place at the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York City. It is free and open to the public. For more information visit the conference website
BLACK PEOPLE NEED TO HAVE PRIDE IN THEMSELVES AND AND AND
CAMDEN BELONGS TO YOU
IT IS YOUR CITY
THE MONEY WILL COME
BUT IN THE MEANTIME……
WORK AS A TEAM!!!
TEAM WORK IS IT!!! (Sean Penn and Charlie Sheen could work on the logistics!)
The Roots – How I Got Over
The Roots – Guns are drawn
Stay Cool – The Roots
WE CAN DO MORE THAN
WE ARE THE FIRST
DO WHAT YOU
Duck Down – The Roots
The Roots – Why What’s Goin On
The Roots – In Love With The Mic ft. Dave Chappelle
Boom ! – The Roots
OPEN A PLACE OF WORSHIP
FROM ONE OF THOSE NEAR CONDEMNED BUILDINGS
GET A GRANT
FROM SOME RICH DUDE
MOW THE GRASS OF YOUR ELDERLY NEIGHBOUR
THEY WILL PAY YOU BACK
IN BAKED GOODS
AND IN SECOND HAND BOOKS
LIKE THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOM X
Somebodys Gotta Do It – The Roots
HOLD A RAP BATTLE TO MAKE SOME CASH
HIGH SECURITY THOUGH
NO GANGSTER NON-SENSE
PUMP IT INTO
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Bedouin Soundclash – Brutal Hearts (feat. Coeur De Pirate)
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Bedouin Soundclash – Mountain Top (Official Video)
Canada Olympic Games 2010- Vancouver, British Columbia commercial CBC
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
THIS IS MY CITY…..AND NO ….WE DID NOT USE CGI…IT REALLY DOES LOOK LIKE THIS….for now….HOWEVER, WE HAVE MUCH MORE BLACK PEOPLE THAN ARE REPRESENTED IN THIS VIDEO~Vaq
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Top 5 Things To Do In Montreal
Hall and Oates – Private Eyes
Finley Quaye – Ultra Stimulation
Finley Quaye – It’s Great When We’re Together
FINLEY QUAYE – FOR MY CHILDRENS LOVE
CANADA TO THE RESCUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!