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Memphis’s Leadership Needs Sensitivity Training

September 22, 2011 by


Robert Lipscomb and Councilman Myron Lowery’s statements are both callous and insensitive toward issues that affect groups and individuals who have suffered at the hands of those who practice discrimination. These two men represent Memphis, TN, which has the worst “racial” discrimination problems in the nation; home to the poorest African-Americans; and, in dire need […]

Memphis’s Identity Crisis: Subdued?

May 22, 2011 by


Booker T. Washington High School, Grizzlies Basketball, and The Great Flood of Memphis are this year’s historical points that placed Memphis into stardom; along with B.B. King, W.C. Handy, Elvis Presley, and Memphis in May; home of the blues, world-renowned Civil Rights Museum, and four Fortune 500 International Headquarters including Service Master.  With this level […]