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Monday, October 20, 2014

Black Leaders (SUPPORTING) Bruce Rauner

In the hot contested race for Governor of Illinois there are several outstanding African American leaders supporting candidate Bruce Rauner. Please click all pictures below for a better view. In my personal opinion I sincerely think Bruce Rauner is a better fit for African Americans. I think as a businessman he'll create more job opportunities for all, and for Blacks in particular. I'm voting for Bruce Rauner and so should you. 

Check out the below 
supporters of 
Bruce Rauner!  

Pastor Corey Brooks 
New Beginnings Church of Chicago 

Dr. Willie Wilson 
Millionaire Businessman and Philanthropist

Minister Jim Allen 
Activist, Blogger, and Medical Advocate

Hermene Hartman 

Pastor Stephen Thurston 
New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church 

Pastor James T. Meeks 
Salem Baptist Church of Chicago 

Pastor Larry Trotter
Sweet Holy Spirit Church

Pastor Marshall Hatch
New Mount Pilgrim M.B. Church

My friends...there are many others as well in full support of Bruce Rauner. In this Gubernatorial Race we must focus on the (PERSON) and not the (PARTY LABEL). Many are fooled into thinking every Democrat should be elected simply because President Barack Obama is a Democrat. 

That's unwisely, we must look at each individual case by case. For me Bruce Rauner has always supported Black issues and causes, not too say Gov. Pat Quinn hasn't, but too say Gov. Pat Quinn is a decent social leader; nevertheless, with Illinois in the shape it's in financially we need a leader in business and that's what Bruce Rauner provides!


As an African American man knowing that under Gov. Pat Quinn, Black contractors only receive 1% of State contracts also Black men in Illinois have the highest rates of unemployment in the Midwest of the United States of America is disgusting and unacceptable! We cannot afford to give someone who treats Black folks in such a manner 4 more years! 

Yup! Under Gov. Pat Quinn's leadership! 

Please click below LINK:


2014-15 Support the Chicago Defender

Ronald Childs and Ingrid Morris 

For years I've asked all in Illinois to support the Chicago Defender by simply investing $1.00 each week to buy this historic newspaper. Every time you buy a Chicago Defender newspaper you support black history and most importantly American history. The Chicago Defender is one of America's oldest black newspapers. 

Bishop Roosevelt Watkins and 
Ronald Childs

Here's another reason to support the Chicago Defender...did you know the Chicago Defender financially supports the Bud Billiken Parade? The Bud Billiken Parade is the LARGEST and OLDEST African American Parade in the United States of America and is financially supported by the Chicago Defender! The same man who founded the Chicago Defender also founded the Bud Billiken Parade. Click this LINK:

So in essence when you purchase a Chicago Defender newspaper you also financially support the Bud Billiken Parade. Its a win-win situation. Tell your family and friends to buy a Chicago Defender newspaper every chance they get. Many thanks and much love. Please be sure to check out the Chicago Defender website by clicking this link:

Ronald Childs and Jim Allen 
at the Chicago Defender Headquarters

Manhood University Illinois

Manhood University Illinois is a FAITH BASED INITIATIVE designed to mentor young men and repair broken men through concepts and precepts that are moral, spiritual, and biblical. We have bi-weekly meetings and fellowship services as well. All are invited too attend our fellowship services which normally includes motivational speakers. 

Manhood University also serves to unite men of FAITH in Illinois to come together and create, develop, and implement social/economical programs for at-risk youth. 

In order for us to remain operational we need funds. We're humbly asking all to donate $5 or more to Manhood University by click the below LINK:

Any amount you give will be greatly appreciated. Continue to keep us in your prayers as we continue to inspire and repair men back to wholeness. Below are a few pics from some of our fellowship services. 

September 20, 2014

September 20, 2014 

October 4, 2014