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Fact Based and Academic Research

November 25, 2018

November 25, 2018

Research based departments of higher education and the private sector have a common trait that stains the communities in which they target to allegedly assist.  That common trait is the condition that existed before they came still exists after they leave.  if and when there is a measure of success, the success is bound to the three to five year funding cycle and then back to the new normal crisis.

Community Partnership Exchange Breakfast

November 23, 2018

November 23, 2018

Your legacy is in your hands. Your children, grandchildren and family are looking at you, first. Neighborhood Strike Teams 2019. These quarterly breakfasts are designed for civic leaders to exchange information and services one to another

Archaeological Neighborhood Blue Print

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

Transitional moments creates opportunities for man to demonstrate his attentiveness, hatefulness and benevolence! Transitional moments produces the platform for relationships, ideas, strategic partnerships, pathways of compassion and economics that improves tax based service delivery for all classes.

Why Community Matters?

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

We will host and post our interview series with a range of personalities from the cornucopia of characters in Houston....

Mitigation - Recovery

Things You Need To Know

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

What it means to be African American, belonging to a certain race, can no longer be taken for granted. As noted in Chapter 1, racial classification based on genetic origins is of questionable scientific legitimacy and of limited utility as a basis for understanding complex social phenomena (Yee et al., 1993). Still, the category “African American” provides a basis for social classification. African Americans are recognized by their physical features and are treated accordingly. Many African Americans identify as African American; they share a social identity and outlook Frable, 1997; Cooper & Denner, 1998. Scholars have defined and measured aspects of this sense of racial identity: its salience, its centrality to the sense of self, the regard others hold for African Americans, what African Americans believe about the regard others hold for them, and beliefs about the role and status of African Americans (Sellers et al., 1998).