What is CORE CONSTITUENTS?
Core Constituents represent individuals that make-up the "body" of a construct. In this case the construct is the city of Milwaukee.
It is the population, the cultures of the population, the historic presence of the population, the population demographics; and, how the breakdown of the population into racial-education-class-economics-gender reveals a "whole".
In the city of Milwaukee the population is over a half-million folk - 599,164 (2013)
In Milwaukee, 2010, it is 60% People of Color.
In Milwaukee, 2010, it is African American 40%.
In Milwaukee, 2010, it is American Indian - 1%
In Milwaukee, 2010, it is Asian - 4%.
In Milwaukee, 2010, it is Latino - 17%.
In Milwaukee, 2010, it is Caucasian - 45%
When the population is disadvantaged due to Enduring Concentrated Poverty and through violations of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties - discrimination due to race and other qualifiers, lack of due process, segregation, and the isolation produce a "sum gain"of zero; the People can not sit idle and receive dollaps of disparities and become anesthetized by deceptive politics, party postering, special interest groups and politicians aiding and abetting INSTITUTIONAL injustices, i.e., institutional racism.
It guarantees environments morphed in dispair, risky behaviors, increased offenses and overall quality of life and economic development deficits.
Rule I - All Hands on Deck, WE WILL
It is not OKAY for civil rights and civil liberties to be violated by "anyone". No one is exempt.
Therefore, on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, the 4th week of African American History, I Mary Glass, Chair/CEO/CVO, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC, citizen of the United States of America, call out those who continuously violate civil rights and civil libereties of African American, other People of Color and the Work Challenged [Work Challenged represents un-, under-skilled; un-, under-employed; un-, under-financed neighborhood-level businesses; disabled; and re-entry.
Civil Rights Act of 1964 - Title VI
|"Stand for something or you will fall for anything. Today's mighty oak is yesterday's nut that held its ground" - Rosa Parks|
Question 3b: What were the findings of Congresswoman Moore of pages 41-47 in the Streetcar Committee December 9, 2014