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Hello, my name is Emmanuel Barbee


I am from Chicago Illinois born and raised.  I am a new urban author of the book "The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America"  I am also a new entrepreneur I am trying to create a start up business in Chicago that will deal head with the social issues in the inner city. I know your city is going through the same social problems as we do in Chicago. I am tired of Crime, Drugs, and Senseless violence that is plague our cities. It is my hope to recruit the best and brightest people around the country to join my board of directors, or my administrative team, or become one of my future clientele so that I can start my vocational school in the city of Chicago. I don't have anyone as of yet. This is why I wrote my story to recruit others to join my cause to help me get my organization up and running.

I am not just on here to sale my book but also to promote my organization The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement and develop long term friendships, professional relationships. I assist others who have accepted my hand of friendship online with finding college scholarships - grants, small business grants; housing; legal services and employment on a national level all for free. I am on 300 social networks and I network with 125,000 worldwide.


I seek Reasonable brothers, sisters, and others are people who understand my vision and are willing to help make my vision into a reality instead of sitting back and finding fault with my approach. In order to understand my purpose and mission for recruiting others from around the country to join my cause I highly recommend that you read my new book "The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, and Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America."

This book is an auto-biography about my experience growing up in the inner city of Chicago ghettos. I also wrote this book to promote my new organization "The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement" It has three main components: social service, spiritual, and political. For example, the social service component would consist of the single family services which would assist single black mothers and single black fathers who reside in the ghettos with job training, education, and violence prevention.

As well as help to keep their children away from drugs and out of street gangs. Unlike other organization that do a partial part of addressing the issue we will focus on the entire black family and the environment, structural inequality, and an unjust system “capitalism” which causes poverty and the like. We will start a new political party on the local level “Democratic Socialist party” focus on local issues.

My organization will also aim at ending poverty in America, ending gun violence in America, and finally ending structural inequality once and for all in America. After you have read the book I provide my readers with direct contact with me by providing my personal e-mail address. I ask the reader who agrees with the vision I lay out in the book to email me their first name and a contact number so that I can answer any questions they may have. I also ask the reader if they want to be either one of my future clients or my future staff.

Please read my wikipedia biography below which include my book links, my Blogtalkradio Book Interview, and my web journal. Please share this link with your family, friends, neighbors or anyone who you think would be interested in being part of the solution. If you are interested in joining please send me your e-mail address or a contact number to my FB inbox. To learn more just click on the link below.

My Wikipedia Bio - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Emanuel29

My Video - http://vimeo.com/25959830

My Organization - http://manwellsmovement.webs.com/home.htm

My Book Link -

"The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America"


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Before I hit the Like Button, its important that I remain open minded about this. That is the purpose of this question. a portion of the title to your book outlines "Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America" If your objectives are achieved, will Urban Neighborhoods which is the term I prefer still be "GHETTO's" . If so, than I believe you should rethink this organizing thrust. I apologize for commenting without investigating the full thrust of what you are proposing.   However, in the interest of time, if the seed "Ghetto" is the basis from where you are beginning. Why would you want to rebuild it. I don't want to live in a Dressed Up Ghetto. Slapping a coat of paint on a ghetto doesn't resolve the problem. what is needed are new foundations, new materials, using proven methods of the past to get the job done for peace and prosperity. If this is where you are going my Brother, I'm with you .... I'm down with that. ... "I'TS ON".   As you can see, I have a personal bias against the term "Ghetto" because its meaning & infrastructure for how they are used, has been transferred from Jews to Black and Latino.   And,  If we are not careful we may end up with the same results.

My dear brother all due respect you and anyone else is entitled to your opinion as it pertains to my choice of words I want to use in my title. I've been ask to use the term Urban Community or African American community etc... This is my auto-biography this is where I once lived am I am proud of share my story with Reasonable brothers, sisters, and others who are not trying to be all political correct. I am not going to sugar coad my words just to satify a few. The words that you should focus on are "Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America" It's a ghettos because their is lack of investment lack of jobs and therefore a breeding ground of crime. I am not going to beg others to read my story nor am I going to beg others to understand my views I don't do debate because I have the answer to end gun violence, poverty, and structural inequality once and for all and I can back up my claims to the fulfillest. To learn more check my web journal at:





Bro. Barbee:

You are absolutely correct. This is YOUR biography and I respect your choice of words and whatever destiny you chose for your community. I also agree that the focus should be on RECLAIMING, REBUILDING, AND RESTORING. But not as a "GHETTO". This is not about political correctness. I live in "The Ghetto" an infra-structure of isolation, segregation, mobilization, was originally created for Jews to be put into the ovens. That same infra-structure is being used to mobilize Blackfolks for the Prison Industrial Complex and other methods of social It nurtures violence, greed, and self hate.(no difference in my opinion). Keep On doing what you are doing My Brother, there are great short term benefits. You have my full support on your short term goals. However, when it comes to the long term, I hope you will be open to healthy debate. One final suggestion. Look up the word "Ghetto" and compare our neighborhoods of today with the words original structure and meaning as it pertains to how the Nazis and todays status quo extremist on the left and on the right are engaging the most sinister social engineering experiment of all time. Then you will understand not just my concern. But the concerns of others that have also shared these "opinions" with you.  The reason I put so much emphasis on this, is so that when we rebuild we can wipe the slate completely clean with no left over residue of exploitation and oppression.

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