Top 5 Misleading Claims Zoos Make…

We have come so accustomed to greed taking things for this countries instant gratification that we wouldn’t know how to live without them providing for us or our entertainment.

It’s not worth his freedom

Everything we indulge in has a demeaning background…greed literally, rapes the sea, land and air to give it’s captors a false sense of entitlement and prestige…we are addicts who was forced to live excepting lies!

Free the animals, send them back home to where they were stolen from!!!!!! Stop enslavement for profit and miscellaneous activity!

The truth is that zoos exist for profit.

Read More:

http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/top-misleading-claims-zoos-make/

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/10-things-zoos-wont-tell-you-1306528026434

https://www.animalsaustralia.org/features/things-we-need-to-stop-telling-ourselves-about-zoos.php

Khady Thiam Gueye certainly punches above her own weight beyond being known as “Akon’s sister”.
Fourteen years since Akon released his debut single, Locked Up, the Senegalese-American musician and entrepreneur has created a multi-million dollar brand and according to Black Enterprise.com, Akon owes a lot of his success to his sister, Khady Thiam Gueye.

The brand is said to be worth $80 million
— Read on www.w24.co.za/

Black families in America earn just $57.30 for every $100 in income earned by white families, according to the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey. For every $100 in white family wealth, black families hold just $5.04…

This is proof of the white hatred this country is funded off of. Everything they have was stolen, not earned!!!!
— Read on www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/09/18/upshot/black-white-wealth-gap-perceptions.html

When – and why – did people first start using money?

Money soon became an instrument of political control. Taxes could be extracted to support the elite and armies could be raised. However, money could also act as a stabilizing force that fostered nonviolent exchanges of goods, information and services within and between groups.

— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/theconversation.com/amp/when-and-why-did-people-first-start-using-money-78887

A new report from Rachel Fishman of the New America Foundation, a non-partisan Washington, D.C., think tank, highlights yet another federal government program that’s similarly widening the wealth gap: the Parent PLUS loan program. The Parent PLUS program was created in 1980, its primary goal to help middle-income families pay for college during an era of high interest rates and increasing tuition. The loans, which are not subject to the borrowing limits on other types of college loans, carry a higher interest rate than student loans and are typically used by parents only after other kinds of financial aid and loans (i.e., student loans, federal subsidized and unsubsidized loans, etc.) are tapped out.

Indeed, the majority of Parent PLUS borrowers fit this profile. As the chart below, from the report, shows, over 50 percent of borrowers in 2012 had a family income over $75,000:

Among white borrowers, the Parent PLUS program appears to work as intended (i.e. as a financing mechanism for wealthier families). Among white families, the share of PLUS borrowers increases alongside income: Only one in 10 white PLUS borrowers in 2012 had a family income less than $30,000, and a third had an income over $110,000. Among black families, however, the opposite is true: a third of black PLUS borrowers in 2012 had an income under $30,000, while one-in-10 had an income over $110,000.

— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/psmag.com/.amp/economics/a-federal-college-loan-program-is-exacerbating-the-racial-wealth-gap

For years, experts have worried about the disproportionate level of student-loan debt borne by black students. Two new sources of evidence — federal data and a report on a controversial federal-student-loan program — add to an already disturbing picture.
The federal data come from the National Postsecondary Student Aid Study, which provides the most robust picture of student borrowing, but has been released only every four years (it will come out every two years in the future).

When the 2015-16 data were published, on Tuesday, Robert Kelchen, an assistant professor of education leadership, management, and policy at Seton Hall University, posted a quick analysis of graduate students’ debt by race on his blog.
— Read on www.chronicle.com/article/New-Evidence-Adds-to-Troubling/243419

As hip hop artist Maj Toure toured the country, he kept hearing the same stories of African-Americans facing gun charges because they didn’t know they were supposed to, for example, have a concealed carry permit.

Those stories and others about convicted felons having gun rights revoked prompted Toure, of Philadephia, to create the grass-roots organization Black Guns Matter and take his message of gun rights and firearms education to African-American communities all over. That includes Chicago, where he’s spending a month doing outreach and a training session this weekend.
— Read on www.google.com/amp/www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-black-guns-matter-event-20180517-story,amp.html