"In Full Swirl" I'VE GOT A TIGER BY ITS TAIL.. I'M AFRAID IF I LET GO.. SHE'll EAT ME

Congratulations 🎉 To The Below Swirlers, Hall Of Shame

An American Black Male Dilemma

 Something is happening to some successful Black  Men in America. A (Possible) combination of a Poor Self-Image, Feelings of Inferiority, and Unconsious Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (May have) resulted in too many successful Black Men marrying and dating outside the Original Family; this in turn will produce consequences for their offsprings with respect to their identify development, and will have negative consequences related to the transference of Black generational wealth. 


Definitions:

Poor Self-Image-The Black male does not value the "self" his mirror image, face, hair, lips, skin tone.

Feelings Of Inferiority-The Black male often views males from the majority group as more capable and somewhat in control of the Black male's future.

Unconscious Post Traumatic Stress Disorder-Ongoing daily life stress throughout his life span through constant societal negative images and perceptions of the Black male, which affect his ability to concentrate and his ability to make good decisions.

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Swirling In America, A Threat To Black Generational Wealth. The Black Men In The Photo Section Of This Website Are Smiling Like They've Found The "Hope Diamond"

Swirlers, Hall Of Shame: Goal-Keeping The Community Alert

Black Male Swirlers, Hall of Shame


1. Michael Jordan

2. Charles Barkley

3. Jalen Rose

4. Brian Mcknight

5. Justice Clarence Thomas

6. Neo

7. Donald Glover

8. Taye Diggs

9. Kobe Bryant

10. Cuba Jr. Gooding

11. Kanye West

12. Ice T.

13. Bryon Allen

14. Robert F. Johnson

15. Travis Scott 

16. Robert Smith

17. Dave Chapelle

18. NBA Player Chris Bosh

19. NFL Player Antonio Brown

20. Cris Carter, Sports Talk Show Host

21. KenanThompson, Saturday Night Live

22. Michael Strahan, TV (Child Support)

23. Saquon Barkley, NFL 

Swirlers Continued

Swirlers Continued

Swirlers Continued: Keeping The Community Alert

Black Male Swirlers, Hall of Shame 

24. Byron Scott, NBA, Basketball Wives

25. Deshaun Watson, NFL

26. Tyreek Hill, NFL

27. Reggie Bush, NFL Sports

28. Gary Clark, Jr. Musician

29. Vontaze Burfict, NFL

30. Chance The Rapper

31. Big Sean, Rapper

32. Derek Luke, Actor

33. Jerry Rice, Former, NFL

34. Travis Scott, Rapper

35. Lil Wayne, Rapper

36. Mcourty Twins, NFL

37. Kevin Hart, Actor

38. Richard Sherman, NFL

39. Eddie Murphy, Actor

40. Lil Uzi, Rapper

41. Romeo, Rapper

42. Todd Gurley, NFL

43. Andrew McCutchen, MLB








BLACK MALES WHO SWIRL=INSECURE FRAUDULENT AND WEAK

BLACK MALES WHO SWIRL=INSECURE FRAUDULENT AND WEAK

BLACK MALES WHO DO NOT SWIRL=CONFIDENT GENUINE AND STRONG

BLACK MALES WHO DO NOT SWIRL=CONFIDENT GENUINE AND STRONG

Swirlers Continued: Keeping The Community Alert

Black Male Swirlers, Hall of Shame 

44. Nelson Agholor, NFL

45. Steve Smith, Sr., Sports Media

46. Rapper, Jeezy

47. Actor, Orlando Jones

48. Derrick Henry, NFL

49. Kareem Hunt, NFL

50. Randy Moss, NFL, Media

51. Paul George, NBA

52. Michael Johnson, Olympic Sprinter

53. Jerome Adams, MD, Surgeon General




"THE FANTASY"


Swirling Black males tend to fantasize about non-Black females and become hypnotized with societal and the media’s standards of beauty, which is typically a non-Black female. 

 




"We Have The Ability To Change" -Proposed Swirling Prevention For Black Males, Self Improvement

Goals: 1. Programs to help develop a positive self image 2. Programs to increase the number of positive Black male role models via mentoring 3. Programs where young Black males see Black females as valued, respected, and potential mates

Event Details

"We Have The Ability To Change" -Proposed Swirling Prevention For Black Males, Self Improvement

Goals:

-Programs to develop a positive self image

-Programs to increase the number of positive Black male role models

-Programs where young Bla...

Event Details

Goals: 1. Programs to help develop a positive self image 2. Programs to increase the number of positive Black male role models via mentoring 3. Programs where young Black males see Black females as valued, respected, and potential mates

"We Have The Ability To Change" -Proposed Swirling Prevention For Black Males, Community Involvement

Goals: 1. Programs to reduce "Hood Rat" education 2. Programs where healthy Black/Female relationships are displayed 3. Programs to reduce the number of Black female single mothers, focusing on their strengths and weaknesses

Event Details

"We Have The Ability To Change" -Proposed Swirling Prevention For Black Males, Community Involvement

Goals

-Programs to help reduce so called "Hood Rat" education

-Programs where healthy Black male/female relationships are displayed

-Programs t...

Event Details

Goals: 1. Programs to reduce "Hood Rat" education 2. Programs where healthy Black/Female relationships are displayed 3. Programs to reduce the number of Black female single mothers, focusing on their strengths and weaknesses

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PREVENTION FOR BLACK MALES, AGES 13-18 YRS

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Curious And Critical Developmental Phase, Swirling Behavior

PREVENTION FOR BLACK MALES, AGES 19-45 YRS

PREVENTION FOR BLACK MALES, AGES 13-18 YRS

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 Active Swirling Behavior, Wealth And Income Begin To Shift

PREVENTION FOR BLACK MALES, AGES 46-75 YRS

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 Primary Wealth And Income Shifted To Offsprings

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PROPOSAL: IMPROVING THE BLACK COMMUNITY

LIST OF BLACK AMERICAN ORGANIZATIONS

  

100 Black Men of America
Working to improve the quality of life within the African American community.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia
www.100blackmen.org
Addresses issues of homelessness (domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, housing shortage, and unemployment) within the communities in which we live and serve.
Based in Brooklyn, New York
www.aapci.org

Blacks In Government (BIG)
Promotes equity in all aspects of life, and excellence in public service.
Based in Washington, DC
www.bignet.org

Black Wall Street USA
Serves as an advocate for commerce in the African American community.
Based in Oakland, California
www.blackwallstreet.org

National Association of Black Hotel Owners, Operators and Developers (NABHOOD)
Works to increase the number of African-Americans owning, developing, managing and operating hotels; increase vendor opportunities & executive level jobs for minorities.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Floria
www.nabhood.com

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
The leader in expanding the influence of minority professionals in the fields of accounting and finance.
Based in Greenbelt, Maryland
www.nabainc.org

National Association of Market Developers (NAMD)
Cultivates the aspects of the Black experience that can produce results for both the African-American community and institutions, private and public.
Based In Plainfield, New Jersey
National Urban League (NUL)
The nation's oldest and largest community- based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream.
Based in New York, New York
www.nul.org

  

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PHASE  I


Our Team's February 1, 2020 Letter Writing Campaign: Small Business Grants.


This letter writing campaign is generated in an effort to suggests that the Black Organizations listed above in addition to some others, set aside in addition to their regular College Scholarship funds, at least one small business grant to help fund a Black business in the community such as the ones listed below .


Nail Technicians

Car Dealerships

Motels

Auto Insurance & Repair Shops

Thirft Stores

Fea Market Booths

Healthy Food Trucks

Dollar Stores

Shoe Stores

Co-operatives

Travel Agencies

Credit Unions 


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PHASE  II


Non-Swirling Black Professional Athletics And Entertainers Participation. 

Provide A Grant For Training And Start-up For A Small Black Business Or Non-profit In The Community.


Eligibility And Criteria

1. Possess The Appropriate State Licenses And Credentials

2.. Be Of Good Moral And Ethical Character

3. Meet Additional Criteria Set Forth By The Funding Party



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My Recommended E-books and YouTube Channels

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American Black Ancestors

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Professor BlackTruth

Dr. Na'im Arkbar

Dr. Joseph Baldwin

Brothers and Sisters who take care of their family

Elder Baba Rahson

The Black Authority

Fly Nubian Queen

Irritated Genie

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Elder Baba Rahson

Fly Nubian Queen




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