Barbara Sizemore was an American teacher and researcher in the field of education. In 1973, she became the first African American woman to head the public school system in a major city
This lecture has been saved on my watch later list for years, maybe over 4. I’ve watched it multiple times and I’ve decided to start sharing some of my independent scholarly works including my scholarly work as a member of the City Colleges of Chicago and Governors State University. My independent works satisfy me more because it’s aligned with my passion.
We need to know (blacks, poor, indigenous peoples, etc.) that no one is coming to save us and we need to prepare those coming behind us for the real true world, and not the ideal world they teach us we will graduate into as we fake climb the ladder of success in capitalism and public systems.
Feel free to comment and share your thoughts. Please share this lecture with your people, they need to hear this.
Chicago, ILL– I have never experienced my city in this way. This event was amazing ! Over 500 boats came together to party for the weekend in the sea and on land. Chicago is such a mood and a destination for those who don’t know, for those who do, you’re winning. Some of your elite and prime professionals were out here and it was definitely the place to network and promote. I left many Blue Cheez Gang Dot Com business cards for the taking.
I got so drunk, I fell asleep but I did wake up to enjoy the rest of the festivities. I’m going to learn how to swim because I wanted to go out in the water so bad with all the others who were engaged in water sports and fun.
I was informed that last year someone died from allegedly riding a jet ski at night and the lifeguards took so long to come; they found his lifeless body 30 minutes after the incident. This year another man is missing and was last seen hopping boat to boat Saturday.
For more information click here. I will update this story to properly remember and share information on the fellowman who passed last year.
Percy Miller does it again! Setting precedent for those to follow in his footsteps to do it even bigger. It was so many famous figures acting I couldn’t keep up. I knew faces and I had to find a full cast list to see who everyone was. I was super high watching the movie too, so it made it even better. Some people said it was trash but I have a different perspective.
It was entertaining, as it should be because it was not rated so it was just a raw as movie. Accept it. I am proud of this legacy because it opens doors for my associates and I, who are next in line to take the production of culture to the next level. was entertaining, as it should be because it was not rated so it was just a raw as movie.
Symbolically he planted seeds of things you can invest in like sneakers (fashion), legal weed, restaurants, telecommunications, snacks, and other instruments for generational wealth. He also mentioned important subjects like gentrification, repair your credit (if needed), and trade lines to boost your credit.
I can say that Romeo kilt a potential good song for me, “Holla at Me”. I think that he should continue to use these opportunities to develop his style as a artist. I appreciate this independent film and the Miller’s efforts of owning our re-presentation.
Keep promoting generational wealth and entrepreneurship. I caught the messages.
Live“Radio” Sessions, “Where everything is happening right in front of you!”
It’s was an epic weekend for the local artist community in Chicago. Writing Sessions America, Urban Ideas, and Chicago Creed put together a 2-day seminar of hosting panels, workshops, and sessions to educate talent on the business of music.
Artist development was the foundational setting for the first day of the conference, setup the artist to develop their skills and knowledge in the profession of music. They mentored artist how to get structured to handle their business in the streets, and industry from a Chicago perspective. The goal is to connect the dots to resources to help develop the local music market in Chicago to the true dynamic of the music industry.
Attending this event, an artist is sure to grow by grounding themselves with the information presented. Artist learn how to manage and maintain their situation; they teach the artist what to do when they finally get in the room with the power to develop their flow and score a deal. Live Radio Sessions introduced the urban market to advertising, public relations, writing and recording sessions, networking, and performing techniques to set a tone for the urban music industry in Chicago to help push culture and affairs forward.
Joan Sullivan & Michael Towns of Urban Ideas Partners presented Business of Music.
Kevin Shine of Writing Sessions America presented Songwriters Boot Camp.
Johnny Bravo presented “in the studio” and Production.
Live Performance Workshop featuring Sandy Redd, Tenette Smith, Michele Thomas, Kevin Ross, and Sheree Lee.
Music in Advertising Panel with Dani Jackson
Live Radio DJ Listening Party with Terry Hunter, Lee Farmer, DJ World, DJ Phantom, and DJ Lipgloss