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THE GREENSBORO TIMES Greensboro, North Carolina


Free Vol. 2 No. 1


US Supreme Court Rejects Greensboro’s Hearing Request In Discrimination Lawsuit


BY NATHANIEL MARSHALL


The African-American Voice-“Setting the Record Straight” greensborotimesonline.com


BY THE KING CENTER January 2018


© Copyright 2018 The Greensboro Times


The Martin Luther King, Jr. Philosophy


On December 11, 2017, The US


Supreme Court turned down the City of Greensboro’s request to review a lower court


decision discriminated Black Network


that Greensboro racially against


Television. The City of Greensboro had filed a formal written petition to the Supreme Court to review the lower court’s ruling. The denial of the petition by the Supreme Court means the decision of the Court of Appeals stands as a final decision. On May 5, 2017 a three judge panel of the 4th United States Circuit Court of Appeals had overturned a lower court decision that dismissed the lawsuit against the city of Greensboro.


The racial discrimination


lawsuit was filed against the City of Greensboro by African American owned Black Network television. The company is owned by Greensboro entrepreneurs Michael


and The Triple Evils of POVERTY, RACISM


and MILITARISM are forms of violence that exist in a vicious cycle. They are interrelated, all-inclusive, and stand as barriers to our living in the Beloved Community. When we work to remedy one evil, we affect all evils. To work against the Triple Evils, you must develop a nonviolent frame of mind as described in the “Six Principles of Nonviolence” and use the Kingian model for social action outlined in the “Six Steps for Nonviolent Social Change.”


Some contemporary examples of the Triple Evils are listed next to each item:


Poverty – unemployment, homelessness, hunger, malnutrition, illiteracy, infant mortality, slums…


“There is nothing new about poverty. What is


new, however, is that we now have the resources to get rid of it. The time has come for an all-out world war against poverty … The well off and the secure have too often become indifferent and oblivious to the poverty


King Philosophy > page 4


Economics, self-determination and self- development needed in 2018


BY CHARLENE MUHAMMAD AND BARRINGTON SALMON Ramona Woods. Black


network Television is seeking $50 million dollars in damages in connection with a loan that the City had approved for their sitcom show but then a month later, reversed the approval. The woods claim


Discrimination Suit > page 5


Harsh realities await Blacks in 2018, and to overcome hurdles they must unite, better educate themselves and their children, and pool their resources, said activists, educators, and legal analysts.


Black awareness on the basic principles


of economics and more involvement are key to a better year and future in economics, according to TeQuila Shabazz, founder and chief strategist of the BRIJ Embassy, which promotes business and economics and is located in Chicago.


It is a collective of over 5,000 members and supporters from all walks of Black life that work to build economic stability within Black America.


“Most of us are simply reacting to the environment


without any true understanding of how to move beyond the world created for us. The majority of us are looped into a pattern of group think, stuck as consumers, not owners or creators,” stated Ms. Shabazz.


Black buying power is predicted to top $1.5 trillion by 2021, according


to African-American Women:


Our Science, Her Magic, a Nielsen report released in September. Ms. Shabazz suggested Blacks get back to the


Needed in 2018 > page 12


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