Month: December 2016

CCNM December 28, 2016

By Marcus Robinson, CCNM Photojournalist On November 28 2016 Charles R.R Johnson Sr. was beat to death  on 63rd and Ashland by another guy for no real apparent reason.  Charles sold cigarettes to earn money to help support his family.  On that very night, Activist met at a church down the street to talk about the recent Police shooting […]

CCNM December 24, 2016

Submitted by Dr. Maat   Self-Analysis Based on Nguzo Saba (7 Principles of Afrikan Living)  Afrika was the seat of civilization and every major culture came out of Afrika Swahili pronunciations:  i as “ee,” u as “oo”   Have I used Umoja-Unity?  Yes. I have always striven to unite the Black community, the disability community, […]

CCNM December 24, 2016

Submitted by Wanda Carter Today, our young folks think that it’s cool to speak their mind even if they are talking to their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles. Most young people seem to have no regard for the seniors age, stature in life or the family, and or their contribution to the young persons success […]

CCNM December 23, 2016

Submitted by Ted Hollander  Friends with business interests including accounting, I hope to see you at the next meeting, Wednesday, December 28, from 7AM to 9AM, Panera Bread, 159th & Harlem Ave., Orland Park   (Chicago South Chapter) There are a dozen similar groups in the Chicagoland area. All the meetings are further publicized at http://www.referrallink.biz.  At the http://www.ICPAS.org web site […]

CCNM December 23, 2016

  By Pastor Jean Lockett We have two more days before it will be Christmas. I’m asking myself, what happened to the Christmas spirit. I remember as a child which was only a few moons ago. By the time Thanksgiving was over people were out hanging their Christmas lights, children were building snowmen and making […]

CCNM December 20, 2016

By Wanda Carter Should families help family members, I think so because family members should be committed to one an others success and progress in life. Life is what we make it and as we live and experience life, I think it’s important to create the kind of legacy we want to display during our […]

CCNM December 20, 2016

Excerpts from https://www.rt.com/op-edge/325895-haiti-presidential-elections-clinton/ After serving in the Georgia Legislature, in 1992, Cynthia McKinney won a seat in the US House of Representatives. She was the first African-American woman from Georgia in the US Congress. In 2005, McKinney was a vocal critic of the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina and was the first member of Congress to […]

CCNM December 20, 2016

Is Your PC Infected Without You Knowing? Excerpts from http://smartwebuser.org/555 Elliott Swan By Elliott Swan | Smart Web User | 13th December 2016, 9.33 EDT We investigate a simple free scan which is safeguarding users and saving them thousands in new computer costs! BY ELLIOT SWAN – Computer Technician Elliot Swan investigates a new solution that […]

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