They Will Not Be Forgotten!

Black American, Crime, History

Chicago Street Journal (CSJ) dedicates this issue to all those who gave, so that we may live. Who would you add?

There is never a wrong time to celebrate their lives and purpose.

Read more about them in our current issue at www.ChicagoStreetJournal.com.

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Ron Carder, Publisher and Editor, 773-595-5229

Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Associate Publishers, Digital 773-609-2226

Volumn 24 Number 2, January 24, 2018 Page 1

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The charter school crowd surrenders to segregation.

Chicago Politics, Chicagoans, Uncategorized

Fred Klonsky

fa446b1d3.jpg MacArthur grant winner Hannah Nikole-Jones.

The connection between segregation and quality education was at the heart of Brown v. Board of Education ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court when it banned legalized  segregated public schools  over 60 years ago.

Separate but equal cannot be equal, the court ruled.

Sixty years later segregated schools still predominate in the U.S.

So does the argument that you can have racially segregated but equal schools. What may strike some as odd is that the argument comes from charter school promoters who once claimed that the creation of charter schools were the new civil rights movement

“Segregated or not.”

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Judge Weighs Two Decades In Prison For Ex-Cop’s Fatal Shooting

Crime

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A white former South Carolina police officer committed second-degree murder when he shot an unarmed black motorist to death and should expect to spend about two decades in prison, a judge said Thursday as he prepared to sentence the ex-officer for a federal civil rights violation. Before U.S. District Judge David…

via Judge Weighs Two Decades In Prison For Ex-Cop’s Fatal Shooting — Black America Web

Remembering Harold Washington: A Man Like No Other

Chicagoans

Remembering Harold Washington Mayor Washington visits sick child. (The Chicago Defender Photo Files) He was our hero, our role model, a man of the people. His speech was elegant, intellectually savvy and yet his connection to the ordinary working man was magnetic. His voice was boisterous yet inviting. Harold Washington was the entire package of…

via Remembering Harold Washington: A Man Like No Other — The Chicago Defender

Our interview with the CEO of 365 Virtual Solutions – Jeaneane Brown.

Uncategorized

Jeaneane Brown Chief Executive Officer 365 Solutions

Most business owners are overwhelmed and still don’t understand the importance of utilizing a virtual assistant. Can you explain to our readers the role of a virtual assistant?

The role of a virtual assistant is to assist small and medium sized business owners with day-to-day tasks. Virtual Assistants consists of individuals, as well as companies, who work remotely from home as independent professionals, providing a wide range of products and services both to businesses as well as consumers.

365 Virtual Solutions specializes in being a virtual call center for small to mid-sized business owners. How does that work?

We address the needs of these businesses with quality, round-the-clock answering services and virtual call center communications.  Which when not addressed properly and promptly, could mean lost opportunities for the company. We provide a virtual number for the business so that they can forward their calls to us. Then, we answered their calls in their company name. We also provide real-time messaging.

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My #MeToo Story.

Black Women, World News

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Long before the #MeToo hashtag or references to “pussy grabbing” there were screams and tears from women across all civilizations, that went unanswered. And, let’s not forget the slave woman, mother and child, Maya Angelou or The Color Purple. But, unlike ever before and thank goodness in our time, Alyssa Milano shared her experiences and now the world responds — FINALLY!

The #MeToo hashtag has lent a voice and opened the doors for the victims of sexual harassment and abuse to tell their stories and release the pain and secrets of a lifetime. May this door never close and enable all who wish to do so, to walk through with a new meaning and understanding of what is actually taking place around the world in this sick cycle of the abuse of boys and girls and women and men.

In France, Twitter users are using #balancetonporc or “expose the pig” to encourage women to name and shame their attackers, while #WomenWhoRoar is also being used to encourage victims of sexual abuse to speak up.

Let’s wave our own flags and shout out #MeToo from sea-to-shining-sea.

My #MeToo Story.

Excerpt from “Black America – Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions” by Sonja Cassandra Perdue.

I was very young.  12 years old.  Kenneth Johnson was younger.  He was 5 years old.  We lived on the first floor of a small two-flat and Kenneth and his family lived upstairs.  The Johnsons were in their late 20s and had four children; whenever the young couple wanted to go out, I was the children’s playmate/babysitter.

Read more in the latest edition at ChicagoStreetJournal.com.

Beyonce Confirms Role as Nala in Disney’s Live-Action ‘The Lion King’

Entertainment

Beyonce is set to voice Nala in Disney and Jon Favreau’s live-action “The Lion King.” Beyonce confirmed the role on her Facebook account in a post that contained the rest of the voice cast, which also revealed that Keegan-Michael Key will be playing a hyena named Kamari. Variety first reported that Beyonce had the offer…

via Beyonce Confirms Role as Nala in Disney’s Live-Action ‘The Lion King’ — Variety