Black Genocide in Chicago - February 28, 2018 Edition of Chicago Street Journal.

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What do actress Danai Gurira and film producer Sidra Smith have in common?

Besides the fact that they're both beautiful Black women, these trailblazers

also traded in long locks for a bald head. Gurira's big chop was for

the upcoming Black Panther movie while Sidra's signature look happened

after a years-long obsession with hair extensions. So are Beauty Salons

about to have Bald Head blues?

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson testified in Springfield in favor of new gun legislation,

part of which is written and named in honor of slain 18th District Commander Paul Bauer. Many expressed

who Chicagoans are heavy in mourn with the loss Commander Paul Bauer. Commander Bauer

stood for the highest ideals of the police department and the city. Mayor Rham Emmanuel said his death

is a tragic reminder of the dangerous duty the men and women of our police department accept to ensure

the safety of us all. I ask every Chicagoan to keep Commander Bauer, his family, his friends and the

entire Chicago Police Department in their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time”.

Rep. Ford Urging

Governor to Reopen

Vehicle Emission Sites Illinois

State Representative La Shawn K. Ford is questioning

if the Illinois emission program is still useful.

On November 1, 2016, several vehicle emissions

facilities closed in Chicago to reduce costs and streamline

operations. Currently, this leaves Chicago residents

driving to suburban cities defeating the purpose of cutting

emissions.

“This is absolutely a step backward in reducing the

city's air pollution problem,” said Ford. “Many concerned

citizens, including myself, wonder if the goal to

reduce costs turned into a costlier toll on our environment.

Emission testing is designed

to protect the environment and not

contribute to the problem.”

The Federal Clean Air Act Amendments

of 1990 requires emissions

testing programs in large, metropolitan

areas which do not meet

specific federal air quality standards.

In Illinois significant progress

has been made, levels of air

pollution in Chicago and Metro-

East St. Louis areas still exceed

these standards.

“The closures of all sites in Chicago

defeats the purpose of reducing

emission, “said Ford. “Illinois'

emission program seems to contribute to the carbon

emissions that we are trying to prevent by having Chicago

residents drive farther to get tests done.”

According to the Vehicle Emissions Inspection Law

of 1995, The agency shall establish a program to begin

February 1, 2007, to reduce the emission of pollutants by

motor vehicles. The Illinois EPA’s study concluded that

for residents of Chicago, many would drive on average

an additional four miles. This is a significant change that

will add to vehicle emissions, in direct contrast to the

purpose of the Agency’s directive.

Ald. Sophia King hosted a

town hall to discuss the

Michael Reese Development of Amazon

Corporation. The town hall will featured a presentation

with the latest updates on the development.

The Alderman’s Advisory Council and presented what

they have to say about the project moving forward and

Community input.

The benefit is the 50,000 jobs that Amazon has

said it will bring to any city and employment and

contracting opportunities directly with Amazon,

and its the ripple effect to the Bronzeville community.

Now accepting

applications

The Facebook Community

Leadership Program: Applications

are now open for our residency

and fellowship. Facebook is looking for community

leaders across the Facebook family of apps

and services with a proven track record of leading

communities that have positive impact, build common

ground and foster in-person connections.

The Facebook Community Leadership Program

exists to empower and support leaders from around

the world who have built meaningful communities

through the Facebook family of apps and services.

Both the residency and the fellowship come with

training, support and funding. Up to five community

leaders with the boldest, highest impact ideas will be

selected from around the world as community leaders

in residence with a grant of up to $1,000,000 USD

each to fund their proposal. Up to 100 people will be

selected as community leadership fellows and will

receive a grant of up to $50,000 USD each to be used

for a specific community initiative.

Drug testing or

screening for public

assistance applicants

At least 15 states have passed legislation regarding

drug testing or screening for public assistance applicants

or recipients (Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona,

Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi,

Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee,

Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin.) at

least 20 states have proposed legislation.

Some apply to all applicants; others include specific

language that there is a reason to believe the

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Continuing on hair: Jesse Jackson Jr. congratulations

to Oprah Winfrey on her accomplishments

and receiving the Cecile B DeMille award at the

Golden Globes. Winfrey Midas touch, she want to

keep. And not Gray touch up being President after

four years. Could be the reason why she will not

run.

A journalist who theorized that many people in

the United States are

now in a state of

"outrage fatigue." The

scandalous behavior of

the White House, the

destructive policies and

the torrent of tweets by

Donald Trump are

numbing many people.

After all, the deluge of

dishonor, hypocrisy

and pernicious public

policies can feel overwhelming.

Emil Jones Jr. sadi J.B. Pritzker has shown “what he

really thinks about black folks” Saying “He called me

"crass," and referred to Secretary of

State Jesse White as the "least offensive"

candidate to replace

Barack Obama. You see, he still

thinks that Jesse White is offensive,

but if he is forced to choose an

African-American, Jesse White is

least offensive to him. JB showed his true colors again

four years later, when he called President Obama

“mediocre”. Voters want an alternative to candidates

who talk about African-American leaders as if we were pawns in their political

insider enterprise.

The

P&E of CSJ is an artist,

his work can be seen at

the BOP Business Center

on 79th Street. and

the Center of 69tha

and Emerald

Real Deep, Hood Hip or Brother Hood

was hooping around the business of Willie

Wilson, that he is doing the right in the

community and/or is he getting ready to run

for Mayor of Chicago again. However, the

is talk to drive a Westside 2019 Ford drive

east on Madison Street to LaSalle Street.

Syron Smith of the non-profit University

Block Club organizations in in Atlanta, looks

like they are in the money now-a– days. However,

word is their block members from

around the county has been giving $1 a month

for its operations. In that last year they gave a

young man of New Orleans a major Christmas

donation.

Vincent Gilbert Regional vice president of the Illinois

Black Chamber of Commerce has started communications

with Black Wall Street Chicago in some operations

for Black businesses. has been It is really true CSJ publisher

and editor is really an artist as well. Oh was.

Publisher and Editor: Ron Carter Associate

Publisher Digital

Sonja Cassandra Perdue

General Manger John Alexander,

Writers: Donnell Robinson, Frank Ottman,

Sonja Cassandra Perdue

Circulation: Clifton Edgeson, and Roosevelt

Martin

Photographers: Parthenia Luke,

John Alexander

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