Children Learn What They Live by Dorothy Law Nolte
We Will Not Be Free Until We End The Social Problems That Are Destroying The Lives Of People Trapped In The Ghettos Of America's Cities!
Discrimination is the prejudicial treatment of an individual based on their membership; or perceived membership, in a certain group or category.
It involves the actual behaviors towards groups such as excluding or restricting members of one group from opportunities that are available to another group.
Examples Of Some Of It's Many Forms
Elitism is the belief or attitude that some individuals, who form an elite a "select group" of people with intellect, wealth, specialized training or experience, or other distinctive attributes.
Those considered; whose views, on a matter are to be taken the most seriously or carry the most weight; whose views and/or actions are most likely to be constructive to society as a whole; or whose extraordinary skills, abilities or wisdom render them especially fit to govern.
Alternatively, the term elitism may be used to describe a situation in which power is concentrated in the hands of a limited number of people.
Cronyism a partiality to long-standing friends.
Especially by appointing them to positions of authority, regardless of their qualifications. Nepotism makes the world go round!
Anti-intellectualism is hostility towards and mistrust of intellect, intellectuals, and intellectual pursuits, usually expressed as the derision of education, philosophy, literature, art, and science, as impractical and contemptible.
Newark; New Jersey, Newark Anti-Violence Coalition The Newark Anti-Violence Group Holds 1 Year Anniversary March by James Queally/The Star-Ledger August 02 2010.
After a year in the streets, the group; a collective of anti-violence organizations, district leaders, teachers and “progressive gang members”, is producing results. Pastor Bryant Ali, of New Psalmist Church in Newark, said the coalition has gained credibility. “After a year now, the group has proven its resilience in the community, and now they have to take us seriously,” said Ali.
A block in Newark known for drugs and gangs is safe, for now by Judy Peet August 02 2009
1603 W Taylor St MC 923
Chicago, IL 60612
CeaseFire; The Campaign To Stop The Shooting, uses a public health model to stop shootings and killings, with a combination of Science and Street Outreach to track where violence is heating up and then cool the situation down. "Spread The Word, Change The Thinking." Support The Campaign
Unemployed Newark Residents Get Help From Online Program Jobs Connect Great Job Matches Job Recommendations Where You Want Them by David Giambusso/The Star-Ledger March 11 2012
Every time I read about the violence and degeneration of not only America's cities, but also what we used to call suburbs, it breaks my heart!
ie Asbury Park NJ Violence drops in Asbury Park by Mary Ann Spoto/The Star-Ledger January 11 2009 But not that much 11-year-old Asbury Park Girl shot by stray bullet!
My beloved Asbury Park! When I was eleven, I used to shop on the beautiful streets of Asbury Park with my Mother and Father and run all over it's boardwalk!
Asbury Park had a Beautiful Shopping Section. Right up the block from the boardwalk. I still see that beautiful avenue lined with stores and the boardwalk at the end; with the ocean, in my dreams!
I loved the Swan Boats on the little lake, but my Mother would never let me go on them. She always said you can drown too easy in a lake, because it's fresh water and doesn't buoy you up like the salt water does. Oddly; she never noticed when I was swimming out so far in the ocean, that I was swinging on the ropes.
This really isn't about just a few people suffering; this is about a huge number of people suffering!
There are huge populations whom are affected by the destruction of humanity all over the country unnecessarily! We all need to unite to end this horror that has become everyday life everywhere in the United States, (and all over the world too), there has to be a stop to this!
Let's Get As Many Children As Possible A Week Or Two In The Cool Country And Off Those Hot City Streets!
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Newark police searches, anonymous tips yield dozen arrests by Tomas Dinges/The Star-Ledger Thursday, March 01 2012
Newark police nab guns and drugs in series of arrests this week. by Tomas Dinges/The Star-Ledger February 02 2012
I most seriously have to ask, WHY? ie in the one arrest, they went to all the trouble of selling drugs. Hard work and dangerous too; especially, nowadays and the heroin and cocaine was only worth $3,800!
Crime Really Doesn't Pay!
$3,800 is totally chump change. The darn guns cost that much and the guns are what's gonna get these guys the big jail time! Scary guns! And they probably have no money and will have to use a Legal Aid Lawyer! These dealers are definitely their own best customers and these drugs are; really, bad!
Voice of experience here; way back in the 60's, when the drugs were real, not synthetic! When I think back on all the times i almost got killed (literally), I scare myself and wonder how I was ever so dumb!
A rhetorical question of course because I know that the government, society, with the media, etc. encouraged me (and my generation) to act the way I/we did. We had genocide back in the sixties too.
Yes, take my word for it. Drugs have been synthetic since the eighties.
The heroin is not real. It's a synthetic opiate, they just still call it heroin.
The crack, is a pharmaceutical amphetamine. Rock form is so convenient for this. Pharmaceutical drugs make a person crazy! Voice of Experience Again, in the early 80's.
I read the New Jersey Newspapers every day and I know people are not this crazy! Something is making them like this!
I'll tell you the truth because I care enough to want you all to have good lives. Not running around in the dark in a slum of a ghetto, shooting each other and overdosing!
This is not fun. Fun is having as much money as rich people. No matter what anyone says, you'll never make it dealing drugs! There's no profit in drug dealing.
Don't believe the stupid movies. Believe me. At 62 I've been there, done that, seen it all! (well almost, I never dealt drugs.) Being of unsound mind at the time, I took them all myself.
If I can straighten out and get a College Degree, anyone can.
Unconditional Love Tupac
Shooting In Newark's West Ward Wounds Two Men, Shocks Neighbors by Tomas Dinges/The Star-Ledger February 23 2012
Newark Schoolyard Killings defendant found guilty of felony murder, robbery by Victoria St. Martin/The Star-Ledger February 14 2012
Newark's level of gang-related murders among highest in nation by James Queally/The Star-Ledger January 26 2012
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21 Year Old Jersey City Man shot and killed on Ocean Avenue, may have known assailants by Stephanie Musat/ For The Jersey Journal Saturday March 10 2012 Of course he knew his assailants! This is all so stupid.
Someone has these people convinced that they are all so different that they should join gangs and kill each other, for nothing! Very clever tactic, in a society that would already like to call them second class citizens. Teach them to destroy themselves! *Mind Control by me
First Rule Isolate the Victim.
Bayonne Official Web Site
I know this street. One of the few remaining blocks with un-renovated, tenement buildings and I mean slums!
Avenue C is the oldest street in Bayonne. It was the first and only street. The buildings on it were that old. The entire area has burned down since the 1960's. What didn't burn down was "renovated"! I'm not surprised, bad electric wiring. That's what happened to the entire avenue from about 18th to 26th Streets.
The first photo shows the buildings where the fire occurred. The other photos show opposite sides of the street, that at one time were tenements, and became houses in about 1965. About 30 Bayonne residents evacuated from apartment building due to electrical fire by the Jersey Journal February 24 2012
I was a Chicken Holiday Customer often and our Shop Rite Super-market, is a block away on 25th Street. So I know this block good.
McGinley Square in Jersey City, is another old area. Pre and Post WWII housing boom era buildings. Old, not as old as Ave C In Bayonne, but old and not kept up well!
Jersey City Residents displaced in five-alarm fire on Sunday struggle to cope with aftermath by The Jersey Journal February 24 2012
Union leaders cite Hoboken fire as reason why city needs more firefighters in letter to city officials by The Jersey Journal February 24 2012
Hoboken man arrested after police say they witness alleged drug transaction by Travis Fedschun/The Jersey Journal Thursday March 22 2012 White colored wax baggies containing heroin were found, labeled with the word “anger” in blue ink.
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Among dozens of high-school-age boys running through downtown Newark yesterday was an armed person who shot and wounded a person the group was chasing, eyewitnesses said. Person shot, injured, blocks from downtown (Broad St), Newark by Tomas Dinges/The Star-Ledger Wednesday March 07 2012
This Is The Song That First Enlightened Me To The Fact That Others Were Less Fortunate Than I. Yes, I Did Make This Pact With Michael Jackson, Way Back in (about), 67'. When He First Sang It.
Everyone Loved Michael, All The Jacksons Are So Talented!
♥I'll Be There♥
Love, Peace☮ And Justice,
Then They Came For Me
First they came first for the Communists,
and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists,
and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews,
and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew.
Then they came for me
By that time no one was left to speak up!