Can the Community & Police Fulfill The Dream of King? (Part 5 of 5)


Can 100 of the Most Powerful Black Stars & Executives in the World Help End “Black on Black Crime” while Building Bridges Between the Police and Community?

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SourceCommunityNYPD-KKKChessToday, January 15, 2015, is the official birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, so it’s only fitting that we publish the last of our Five Part Series to help bridge the communication gap between the Police and the Community, as well as put an end to Black on Black Crime.  To keep NY the “Safest Big City” in the country it will take a lot of work and we wanted to convey a message of hope to those looking for some answers to the mayhem the nation has experienced over the last several months.  It’s time to be proactive because if young people don’t step up to the plate a lot more lives will be lost.  The people are losing confidence in our system of justice and from the way things are looking America will never be the same.  Citizens are saying that the policies we have witnessed over the last few months have been going on for decades and something has to be done to reform our justice system.  We are not here to play the “Blame Game” because at this point we are all at fault and together we will find some solutions.

At the end of the day if you can’t talk about the past, there is no hope for the future, that’s why Blacks and America could be in a lot of trouble.  The Cultural, Family and Spiritual Values that Blacks knew before slavery were slowly stripped away leaving the children with no knowledge of their history.  We are not making any excuses for Black criminal behavior, but you have to ask yourself how do you think any other ethnic group would react to the “Cultural Brainwashing” derived from slavery?  Until the long-term affects of slavery are discussed we will continue to blame the victim.  But ask yourself, if a child is kidnapped and taught how to kill and steal who would you blame for their crimes, the child or the kidnapper?  At the very least there has to be some shared blame for the problems Blacks are having in America and passing a few laws will not fix centuries of discrimination and cultural genocide overnight.


SourceCommunityNYPD-YouthGunsToHeadHollywood’s worst Horror Film could not compare to the real “Black Slave Experience.”  Maybe one day you will see the truth, but at least we have given you something to think about as you wait for history to unfold.  We honestly don’t know which will come first, the introduction of Aliens to the human race or a “Conversation on Race?”  To improve relations between the Police and the Community we must better understand the role slavery and racism play in Black on Black Crime because according to the FBI a disproportionate number of murder victims are Black and make up about 13% of the US population, but 50% of homicide victims.  We have to fix this and there is no better time than now.


Now that we have analyzed the problem, let us present some innovative solutions that have the potential to work.  You see the power to address Black on Black Crime is looking us straight in the eye every day.  Blacks must take the lead and start to police themselves because if they don’t care about their own people, why would they expect anyone else?  There is more than enough power within the “Black Community” to heal any problem on this planet and that is why we are proposing to meet with 100 Black Entertainers and Executives to help implement an innovative strategy to eradicate Black on Black Crime.  Now we know what some of you may have to say about our Celebrities, but we feel they are the best solution for the problem.  Just think about what can be done with this All-Star Cast of Entertainers & Executives that we call the “E Team.”  They represent the antidote to Black on Black Crime and with their support and God Given Talent we can uplift the conscious minds of our youth and young adults and put an end to Black on Black Crime.  For those of you who may have forgotten, it was the power of celebrities, lead by Oprah Winfrey, that helped elect the first Black President of the United States.  So you see anything is possible in America, that’s what so great about this country.

SourceCommunityNYPD-BlackSpendingLet’s look at the Untapped Power of Black America; according to the Nielson Company in 2015 the “Black Buying Power” in the US will be at $1.1 trillion.  If we were talking about countries, that would make them the 16th biggest economy in the world.  “The Black population is young, hip and highly influential.  We are growing 64 percent faster than the general market,” says Cheryl Pearson McNeil, a senior vice president at Nielsen.  Companies spend $75 billion a year on advertising, but only 3 percent go to Black publications, casting Black actors, and Black TV and radio stations.  As you can see our Entertainers and Executives are being short-changed and like Black on Black Crime we need to unify to address the economic and social injustice of both.  By ending “Poverty, Racism and Academic Failure” we are on our way to solving the problem of Black on Black Crime.  Companies have to learn that to ignore Black on Black Crime, Black Entertainers and Executives you do so at your own economic risk.  The recent nationwide protest about our unfair criminal justice system has awakened the sleeping giant who has the resources to finally fulfill the Dream of Dr. King.  If you are not aware of the dream its time to read, watch or listen to the historic speech.


By working with student and community groups we can create a WIN/WIN/WIN situation with the potential to increase revenue for Black Entertainers, Executives and Corporations who support a “Monumental Mission” to end Black on Black Crime.  This will also start the process of building stronger bridges between the Community and Police.  There is “Strength in Numbers” and when Blacks find a way to work as a team, there is nothing they can’t accomplish.  The task will not be easy to achieve, but anything of value never is.  The only way we can fail is by not trying to save the next generation from the daily hell we face on this planet.  Here is the list of the “E Team” selected for a role in “Mission Impossible.”


  • SourceCommunityNYPD-MagicJohnsonOprah Winfrey
  • Bob Johnson
  • Michael Jordan
  • Magic Johnson
  • Jay Z
  • Beyonce
  • Will Smith
  • Sean “Diddy” Combs
  • Jada Pinkett-Smith
  • Morgan Freeman
  • Samuel L. Jackson
  • Kobe Bryant
  • Carmelo Anthony
  • Kevin Durant
  • Derrick Rose
  • Ronald “Slim” Williams
  • Bryan “Baby” Williams
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Rihanna
  • Kevin Hart
  • Daymond John
  • Tyler Perry
  • Stevie Wonder
  • Quincy Jones
  • Russell Simmons
  • Dr. Dre
  • Steve Harvey
  • Chris Rock
  • LeBron James
  • Halle Berry
  • Denzel Washington
  • Spike Lee
  • Ice Cube
  • Drake
  • 50 Cent
  • Lil’ Wayne
  • Kanye West
  • Queen Latifah
  • SourceCommunityNYPD-WillSmithVenus Williams
  • Serena Williams
  • Steve Stoute
  • Mona Scott
  • Floyd Mayweather
  • Shaquille O’Neal
  • Iyanla Vanzant
  • Susan Taylor
  • Kirk Franklin
  • Pharrell Williams
  • Alicia Keys
  • Whoopi Goldberg
  • Angela Bassett
  • Jamie Foxx
  • Lee Daniels
  • Eddie Murphy
  • Funkmaster Flex
  • Tom Joyner
  • Swizz Beatz
  • Timbaland
  • Don Thompson
  • John W. Thompson
  • Kenneth C. Frazier
  • Kenneth I. Chenault
  • Roger W. Ferguson, Jr.
  • Ursula M. Burns
  • Aylwin Lewis
  • Clarence Otis, Jr.
  • Franklin Delano Raines
  • Lloyd D. Ward
  • Richard Dean Parsons
  • Rodney O’Neal
  • Ronald A. Williams
  • Stanley O’Neal
  • Charles E. Phillips, Jr.
  • Myron Gray
  • Rosalind G. Brewer
  • Prince Fielder
  • Torii Hunter
  • CC Sabathia
  • David Price
  • Andrew McCutchen
  • Joshua Copeland
  • Channing Dungey
  • Paula Madison
  • Christina Norman
  • Salaam Coleman-Smith
  • Pearlena Igbokwe
  • Paxton Baker
  • Odetta Watkins
  • Valerie Watts Meraz
  • Richard Gay
  • Devon Franklin
  • T. Troy Dixon
  • Amy Ellis-Simon
  • Alphonse “Buddy” Fletcher, Jr.SourceCommunityNYPD-VenusSerena
  • D. Steve Boland
  • Napoleon Brandford, III
  • Eddie C. Brown
  • Tina Byles Williams
  • Vicki L. Fuller
  • Edith W. Cooper


You want to talk about “Star Power” with the ability to heal the world, Michael Jackson was listed in the 2000 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records for “Most Charities Supported by a Pop Star,” the number was 39 and another 33 were not mentioned.  He was the biggest music celebrity of all time giving an estimate of at least $500 million throughout his lifetime.  I guess the media forgot to mention that about Mike, who also gave anonymously on many occasions.  If he were alive today he would be a motivating force and a humanitarian role model for the entire “E Team” and the Black Community.  Mike understood that biblical verse, “To Whom Much is Given, Much is Required.”

To address institutionalized racism, Black on Black Crime, sour Police/Community relations, and other social ills that hinder the growth in Black Communities President Obama created the “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative to help young Men of Color.  The goals of My Brother’s Keeper are to prevent many of our young people from being sucked into the so-called school-to-prison pipeline.  “We want fewer young men in jail, we want more of them in college,” said Obama. “We want fewer young men on the streets, we want more of them in the boardrooms. We want everybody to have a chance to succeed in America.”  This initiative offers an opportunity for the “E Team” and elected officials from every Party to address the Black on Black Crime problem in America.

It is our hope that this 5 Part Series gave you a better understanding of what we need to do to improve relations between the Community and Law Enforcement Agencies, while working to end Black on Black Crime.  We are looking to host the first “Stars Against Black on Black Crime” Summit in May/June of 2015 with the “E Team” members in attendance so we can use their Star Power & Business Knowledge to address the social and economic unrest that plagues Black Communities.  Through this initiative we want to create a platform that can lead to a more safer and unified community, but to accomplish this goal we will need the time, talent and wisdom of our youth and young adults, who will be on the front line, working to finally fulfill that long awaited “Dream of Dr. King.”  So to our Entertainment & Executive Super Stars this is your “Time to Shine” and show the world that you are Champions of Social Justice & Economic Equality.  The prognosis for Blacks is not looking good and as a race they are suffering from cardiac arrest.  But the “E Team” has the defibrillator that will bring the dying patient back to life.  For additional information on how you can take part in the upcoming “Stars Against Black on Black Crime” Summit; the master plan to end Black on Black Crime; or what you can do to help improve relations between the Police and the Community hit us up at:

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