Wallace Bradley is now Ronald
Spielman's Consultant / Urban
UNITED IN PEACE, INC Branch
in Birmingham, Alabama
( Birmingham, Al/ Chicago,IL),
presents The United In Peace
Project, Blog Talk Radio Show,
hosted by Lando G, Queen
Tam & Wallace Gator Bradley,
starting date Sunday July 29,
2012 and every Sunday after
that from 7-9pm CST, 8-10pm
National Black Wall Street Organization
Leader, Mark Allen and Father Pfleger join
Activist/ "Urban Translator" Wallace
"Gator" Bradley and others in challenging
WBEZ to reinstate the Tavis Smiley and Dr.
Cornel West show.
"Tell everyone to get
registered to vote by
October 9,2012 and
Vote for the re-election
of President Obama
and a Democratic
House and Senate."
"I'd like to thank the Political, Religious, Business and Community
Activists who were supportive and instrumental in this reconciliation
between Patrick Daley-Thompson and myself...
Be It Known, that we are now united in peace. That which is in the past, is
now behind us.
Our Purpose and Focus is the November 6, 2012 ELECTION and a
UNIFIED DEMOCRATIC TICKET! WE DID WHAT NEEDED TO BE DONE IN
THE PRIMARY ELECTION... LET'S DO IT AGAIN!!!"
Samuel L. Jackson ad for Obama tells
you to 'wake the F--- up'
EARLY VOTING IN ILLINOIS STARTED
OCT.22- Nov.3, 2012, PLEASE VOTE TO
RE-ELECT PRESIDENT OBAMA,
CONGRESSMEN DAVIS, JACKSON JR. AND
RUSH; VOTE A STRIGHT DEMOCRATIC
Mark S. Allen, Chairman of National Black Wall Street Chicago, Father
Michael Pfleger have joined Wallace "Gator" Bradley and others in their
call for the reinstatement of the talk show of Tavis Smiley and Dr.
Cornel West on WBEZ and have proposed some immediate dates to
meet directly with WBEZ officials on the issue. Wallace "Gator" Bradley
stated that after the initial coalition of leaders met and talked with
others, that he placed a personal call to the station management on
October 19th and that a return call was placed immediately back to him
by Daniel Ash, Vice President of Strategic planning and development
for WBEZ who in response responded to Bradley and opened the door
for a specific meeting on the subject. Pfleger also made a call to the
station in support of the West and Smiley show. Bradley stated that
conversations are taking place for a meeting one day next week. Allen
said that before he calls for an extensive public demonstration on the
subject that he will seek to attend the meeting with Bradley and WBEZ
officials and a restoration date could be set for "whether we agree or
disagree with Tavis Smiley and Dr. West, we can not stand by and let a
major Black information voice be silenced without protest" said Allen.
Copy of Tavis Smiley’s Open Letter to Challenge the
Cancellation of His Show in Chicago...
This letter was written by Tavis Smiley, co-host of the radio show,
“Smiley & West,” along with Dr. Cornel West. The letter is addressed to
Torey Malatia, President and CEO of Chicago Public media.
Dear Mr. Malatia,
In my 20 years of being a broadcaster, this letter represents the very
first time I have felt compelled to write a personal note to the head of a
local station. <Click To Continue...>
Two Illinois Democratic colleagues met Monday with Rep. Jesse Jackson
Jr. at his Washington home, then flew home to urge his constituents and
the news media to give him time to recover from his bipolar disorder out of
"He has not been derelict in his duties (as congressman)," said Rep. Bobby
Rush, appearing with Rep. Danny Davis at an O'Hare International Airport
news conference Monday night. <Click To Continue...> ___________________________________________________________
Wallace Bradley is shaking hands with is Torey Malatia , President;
the guy next to him is Vice-President Daniel Ash; and the guy
standing next to to the left of Bradley is Alexander D. Stuart Chairman
of the Chicago Public Media Board of Directors.
Urban Translator, Wallace Bradley spoke on the fact that having Tavis
and Dr. West on the air at WBEZ would be a plus for everyone , and
the Urban Translator was the only one there speaking on behalf of a
segment of the African-American community that understands the
importance of our voices being heard pro or con on issues that
concern us as Americans in general and African -Americans and poor
people in particular.
People on the Board of Directors including the Chairman were glad
that Wallace Bradley came, spoke and acknowledged the fact that
Mark Allen and Wallace Bradley would be meeting with Malatia and
Ash Monday October 29, 2012.
To GOD be the Glory!
Home > News > Breaking news 'I am human'
Jackson tells constituents in robocall...
Obama’s Early Voting Advantage...
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson
Jr., absent from public
life and the campaign trail
since June for treatment
of bipolar depression,
launched a series of
calls Saturday, asking
constituents for patience
but not their votes.
The 85-second recorded
message came as a
source close to Jackson
who was not authorized
to speak publicly said the
expected to return to
Mayo Clinic in Minnesota
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CLEVELAND – Having shouted himself hoarse for two days urging
supporters to vote, and vote early, President Obama flew to Chicago to
do so himself this afternoon, on his way to an evening rally here in
Ohio. His campaign says he is the first sitting president to vote for
himself ahead of Election Day.
In casting his ballot early, Mr. Obama is providing a very personal
endorsement of a system that was enormously successful for him in
2008, and may be the key to his re-election hopes. His narrow win in
North Carolina four years ago was driven in large part by early voters,
who turned out in larger numbers than those on Election Day, and
tended to support Mr. Obama. They also gave him a winning margin in
Iowa, Florida and Colorado.
Early voting is popular among those with inflexible work or
transportation schedules, who often tend to be lower-income, elderly,
or minority voters and are thus more likely to be Democrats. In North
Carolina four years ago, more than half the black vote was cast before
Election Day, compared to 40 percent of the white vote. In many states,
black voters went directly to the polls from church on the Sunday
before Election Day. <Click To Continue...>
"I honor and respect any and every man
who stand with and for his family," says the
Property records show Daley sold the 3,040-square-foot home in the
1400 block of South Prairie for $750,000 on Sept. 13. The buyers were
daughter Nora and her husband, Sean Conroy, vice president at
Grosvenor Capital Management.
Records further show that Daley’s family trust provided a mortgage of
$739,557 to the buyers.
The former mayor and his late wife, Maggie, bought the four-level unit in
1993 for $410,000 from MCL Cos., the developer of the project in the
Central Station complex. <Click To Continue...>
Chicago's Dark Legacy of Police Torture...
On January 25, 1990, the Chicago
Reader, the free alternative weekly,
published a cover story, nearly 20,000
words long, titled “House of Screams.”
Written and reported over the course of
a year by journalist John Conroy, the
investigation exposed, in meticulous
detail, a long and chilling history of
abuse by police against suspects on the
South Side of Chicago. At the Area 2
Violent Crimes Unit, Police Commander
Jon Burge had overseen and
participated in the systemic torture of an
untold number of African-American men,
dating back to <Read More>
MEMORIAL SERVICES SET FOR BOBBIE
JOHNSON, RN, LONGTIME BRONZEVILLE
ACTIVIST, 3rd Ward Republican
"it is with our deepest saddnes to hear of the home going of..."
- ivory hart
Johnson, RN, Bobbie Age 59, well known community activist. Beloved mother
of Larissa, Allen Jr. (Melanie), Rafael (Rachel), Tasha and Erskine; Dearest
sister of Bertha Mae White of Connecticut, Lucius Smart of Maryland and
James Leggins of Tennessee; Grandmother of Sondai Adjei, Shania, Allen III
(Trey), Nathaniel and Nakir. Bobbie Johnson RN, 3rd Ward committeewoman is
known for her unwavering fight to preserve the Rosenwald building also known
as the Michigan Boulevard Apartments which sits on 47th street. She utilized
many of her resources to seek funding for many trips, leadership conferences,
and outings for the youth in the Bronzeville Community. President and founder
of Race to Knowledge and Cybertech Teen Café, she hosted many community
events, and other programs which gave the youth and residents a sense of
being and purpose. She would give a person her last dollar. Bobbie Johnson,
RN was also the president of Black Wall Street, Chicago 47th Street, a member
of Daughters of Isis, Order of Eastern Stars and the Elks. The memorial
celebration for Bobbie Johnson, RN will be held at The Swift Mansion, 4500 S.
Michigan Ave. on November 3rd, from 10am to 6pm. For information please call
773.209.4492 or 773.392.0165. <Click Here To Learn More!>
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Reconciliation with PatrickThompson and
Lisa Ray Request
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