Why We Didn’t Hit On Oprah

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    Actually, the real question is – Have you approached (fill in the name of a black leader, institutions or organization. ) The answer is no. This race and social justice problem has gone unsolved for the last fifty years. That means whole industries have been spawned and individuals are now thriving in careers in foundations and institutions based on the race and social justice problem being seen as unsolvable. We’re looking for those who have no stake in this unsolvable problem continuing, who are looking for a true solution. As for Oprah, we believe if made aware of this endeavor she would support it.

    Not Everyone Wants The Floods To End

    This is analogous to established industries working on annual floods in a community every year. Finally, someone comes along with the ultimate solution and builds a dam eliminating the annual floods and the purpose of those businesses that have been prospering on the flood problem. The people who were experiencing the hardships of the flooding welcomed its ending. However, those profiting on the floods were not so happy. In solving this race and social justice problem we must be aware that not everyone is interested in the solution and why.

    Not all slaves welcomed the Union troops.” When you’re living good, profiting off the problem that has existed for the last fifty years the last thing you want to see is the ultimate solution show up.

    Our GoFundMe minimum $500,000 campaign is to produce the pilot to establish our own all-inclusive 24-7 national cable news television network and 24-7 on-line news magazine. The 1-hour pilot will air nationally complete with major advertising showing it to be a viable business concept.

    Size matters. In order to be effective and competitive with other major news organizations, we can’t afford to half-step. Our all-inclusive editorial policy distinguishes us from the competition moving us from the sidelines to the forefront in the national news media arena. There is no reason why a forthright unbiased national news media operation can’t be the foremost all-inclusive national news operation in the nation.

    This will finally address the last remaining structural institutional racial inequality of which few are even aware it exists and effectively address the unsolved race and social justice problem. That’s our mission. If the integrated news media is unable to have an editorial policy that holds police accountable in race matters we must establish an all inclusive integrated national news media operation that includes accountability in race and police encounters.

    The integrated news media has been the proverbial “wolf in sheep’s clothes.” Rather than imposing the expected accountability on law enforcement in race and police encounters, as “The Big Cover-Up” video shows, these integrated news organizations have been knowingly supporting police misconduct when race is involved.

    When we hear LeBron James say “it’s going to be a long time before we can feel equal as African Americans,” black folks have always been on this quest for information that will advance us as a race and as a nation. Up until now it’s been about publicity-seeking demonstrations. Awareness is now being raised of the most effective tool to advance and empower us as a race is finally being put in place.

    “Giving back” is a widely embraced concept particularly with LeBron James and his fellow NBA, and NFL demonstrators. These men clearly are genuinely looking for answers. It’s all about educating as we move forward with this obvious solution. There are plenty of smart people out there they simply need to be informed.

    At long last, we have the solution to the race and social justice problem that has stumped a whole nation and particularly African Americans since the success of the civil rights movement. Actually, we’ve had the answer for years, but now we have a realistic plan to make it happen.

    We have been operating with our proverbial hands tied behind our backs, relying on marches and demonstrations to gain a less than sympathetic middleman news media’s attention to impact racial injustices for the last fifty years. Ironically, establishing our own all-inclusive national new media operation needs no demonstrations or court decisions or appeal to congressional action to put it in place. This advancement can only be achieved by us in the private sector.

    We’re offering a whole new way for black Americans to see ourselves, and how we will be perceived. No longer this weak helpless race relying on demonstrations as our go-to move to gain news media attention from a less than sympathetic middleman news media. We’re establishing our own all-inclusive national news media operation and the most empowering advancement for African Americans since integration and the success of the civil rights movement.