CHS1865 
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Re: “Jack Hunter responds to the Rev. Joseph A. Darby

I know nothing about the local NAACP and their impact on the advancement of color people in the Charleston area. And I am willing to speculate I am not alone. But, jazzjames it seems from your posting you do. So will you please take this opportunity and inform all of us of the great accomplishments of the local NAACP. What are they (local NAACP) currently doing or have done in the recent past for the advancement of color people in the Charleston area? What is the NAACP doing about black on black crime? What is the NAACP doing about the low rate of blacks graduating from high school? What is the NCAAP doing about black teen pregnancy? What is the NAACP doing about the high black unemployment rate? What is the NAACP doing about the high black illiteracy rate? What is the NAACP doing about the high rate of black child raised without a father? What is the NAACP doing about the high rate of black people with diabetes? jazzjames……i hope you or anyone responding to my inquiry will be able to reference local NAACP programs, projects, seminars and the benefits the Charleston black community are seeing. Or better yet “City Paper” print an article about how the local NAACP is helping the advancement of color people in Charleston. I hear so much negative about the black community in Charleston. Let’s start hearing the good. Let’s start hearing about black on black crime is going down and how the local NAACP helped. Let’s start hearing about more blacks are graduating high school and how the local NAACP helped. Let’s start hearing about more black fathers raising their children and how the NAACP helped.

Posted by CHS1865 on April 30, 2008 at 3:49 PM

Re: “Successful blacks should help those trapped in poor communities

DenmarkVesey1822 you stated: It's so laughable to hear White people attack the concept of loyalty to one's community. It's an African concept that many of you cannot grasp. I hope you are not trying to say black people have a history of being loyal to their community. If you are can you please explain: Why do so many (over 50%) black children grow up without a father? Why is black on black crime such a problem in America? I could go on and on……..Or just simple explain how black people’s loyalty to community has made the Eastside such a great place to raise a family. You might want to find a new concept to live by. Families make communities…communities do not make families.

Posted by CHS1865 on December 20, 2007 at 7:31 PM

Re: “FILM REVIEW ‌ Melting Pot Blues

I loved the review on Namesake. However, the movie is not currently playing in the Charleston area. Does anyone know when this movie will be showing in the Charleston area?

Posted by CHS1865 on April 4, 2007 at 6:28 AM
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