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The Braddock Inclusion Project

Environmental Racism. Small Towns. Huge Pollution

Environmental racism and Braddock, PA’s toxic footprint is emblematic of what it means to suffer environmental injustice in America. Nobody invested in the community’s future can afford to ignore it. Now, more than ever, residents must not just depend on documentaries, folklore, photography or stories about the situation. They must hold their elected officials accountable […]

Community Agenda: Empowering Solutions for Survival

Community Agenda development is critical to the survival of America’s vanishing Black communities. Building consensus, support and “critical mass” for a community agenda is like getting ketchup to flow from the container. The Braddock Inclusion Project is developing the frame work for an agenda to present to the larger community in a sustained effort to […]

Build for Survival:The fight for Economic inclusion

Build for Survival: The ongoing fight for human rights and Economic inclusion BUILD FOR SURVIVAL was created to raise capital from the public for the development of a high-quality, world class human services “incubator Space” in Braddock, PA. A space that is specifically being designed for and accessible to all those who are being excluded, […]

Facebook “Spot Lights” Braddock Inclusion Project

Facebook, amid recent troubles, has begun a 30-stop U.S. tour to educate small business owners on how to use their product. The event, called “Community Boost”, will include IRL training on how to get started or further take advantage of digital tools like Facebook. Before the Aug 9-10 Pittsburgh event, Facebook evaluated, researched and chose […]

Black Life Redlining. America’s Continuing Crime Against Humanity

Black life redlining is woven into American culture. And now, here in 2018, for Black Americans it means America’s dominate structures are shutting and pad locking the door. The dog whistles are being sent out everyday from the highest office in the land, signaling that the End game is near. Although Black life redlining, discrimination […]

Black leadership in transition.

Black leadership must evolve. How much longer will the residents of America’s vanishing Black communities tolerate ineffective, subservient, noncommitted Black leadership? How much longer can they continue to not hold their current leaders accountable for the horrific conditions that they must endure day in and day out? The comprehensive answer includes other complex variables such […]

Black voter turnout is essential for radical economic and social change

Black voter power must be collectively harnessed and nurtured  at this very moment in time. It is no secret by now that the access to vital economic resources, massive cash amounts being hoarded by the privileged and elite, are essential to the liberation of Black America. But to have a fighting chance Black voter turnout […]

Summer Lee Dares too move community forward

Every generation or so someone comes along with the potential to change history. Someone who dares to move forward. Local resident, Summer Lee could to be one of them. Over these past weeks, the public has had the opportunity to observe and evaluate the perspectives and agendas of the various candidates in the upcoming elections […]

Foundation redlining: Braddock Inclusion Project receives first grant

America has long resisted grappling with its history of slavery, legacy of anti-Black racism, and with the impact they’ve had on the Black community. Foundation redlining and Bias against Black-led organizations and individuals has fed a false narrative about their effectiveness and worthiness for investment. There’s a long history of philanthropic neglect and under-investment in […]

limited Separation must be considered for Black America

If other nations and other nationalities require their own communities, history, libraries and institutions to deal with their own issues, so do Black Americans. Limited Separation may provide some relief, time and solutions. This means we must cover a lot of territory. Black Americans must educate themselves in Psychology, History, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, Economics […]