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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Week four - African American History Month - BACK to BASICS




CORE CONSTITUENTS
City Center Milwaukee | DAY 176 |  Civil Rights law is the Standard Operating procedure when viewing and measuring the scope of interest and Reporting that Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC considers for public policy review of our self, colleagues, residential, commercial, light industrial, government officers and those working with government funds on behalf of CORE CONSTITUENTS.

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.


Re-entry represents those returning from WAR, INCARCERATION, boomerang employment, boomerang retirement and college-certificated graduates unemployed. ]


BUFORD & KORBAN role  in the Milwaukee Streetcar project.
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We especially look at Civil Rights VI - Milwaukee Streetcar

Civil Rights Act of 1964 - Title VI

Prevents discrimination by government agencies that receive federal funds. If an agency is found in violation of Title VI, that agency may lose its federal funding.
I start with U.S. Congresswoman Gwen Moore, 4th District - State of Wisconsin.
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December 17, 2014
The Honorable Tom M. Barrett
Mayor
City of Milwaukee
200 E. Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3515
Dear Mayor Barrett,
I write to express my strong support for your efforts to help use longstanding federal transportation dollars to improve public transportation options, improve mobility, and create economic development in our city through the creation of a modern downtown street car.
I support your vision to revitalize our downtown, create jobs, expand the tax base, and enhance and increase mobility in Milwaukee for workers, tourists, and others with the addition of a streetcar.  This project has been thoroughly studied and debated for a number of years and deserves to move forward.  If it does not, these federal funds will be lost, along with the resulting benefits to our city.
As you know, it was only a few years ago that members of the Wisconsin delegation in Congress worked to ensure that federal funds that had been targeted to improve transportation options in Milwaukee were not lost.  After nearly twenty years of debate, a decision was made to split up $91 million in federal funds remaining from a pot originally allocated to help improve transportation in our community in the early 1990’s.
The Federal Transit Administration made crystal clear a few years ago that these federal funds must be used for the Streetcar project.  Any attempt to change the purpose for these funds would require additional federal legislation, a prospect that would face daunting obstacles, including earmark bans in the House and Senate and new fiscal and political realities here in Washington, DC.
It is time to use these funds to spur economic development in our city and to improve transportation options, the purpose they were originally allocated.  I support your efforts to move this project forward and ensure that these federal funds are used for an important project that will connect to existing transit routes, reduce the need for private cars in the most congested parts of our city, and support job creation and economic growth.
The project can be a major win for our city and all stakeholders.  I would hate to see Wisconsin once again send back federal transportation dollars back to Washington, DC that could create jobs and promote development and economic growth right here in Milwaukee.  Investing in transportation infrastructure is a formula for success for our city.
Sincerely,
Gwen Moore
MEMBER OF CONGRESS
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"Stand for something or you will fall for anything.  Today's mighty oak is yesterday's nut that held its ground" - Rosa Parks
Stewardship with Accountability
Since U. S. Congresswoman Gwen Moore represents the federal level and federal legislation, and is an African American from Milwaukee, her comments can be injurious for CORE CONSTITUENTS.  

Here are some questions that we need answers to.


Question 1:  Why was Tom Barrett, mayor of Milwaukee given a "blank check" by U. S. Congresswoman Moore?

Question 2:  What specific "Infrastructure formula" did Congresswoman Moore mean in her statement above?

Question 3:  What specific employment, job creation and economic development did she mean?

Question 3a:  What review did Congresswoman Moore office conduct to see specifics in Workforce Training and Local Contracts - DPW (Commissioner Ghassan Korban) and President/CEO Earl Buford, Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board, Inc.)? 

Question 3b:  What were the findings of Congresswoman Moore of pages 41-47 in the Streetcar Committee December 9, 2014

Question 4:  What forums did Congresswoman Moore have with CORE CONSTITUENTS?  What results were found?  What documentation from her constituents supported her "blank check" endorsement?

Question 5:   Did Congresswoman Moore know that those of us who originally put forth the Class Action suit that blocked the funding from the Department of Administration did so to ensure that the CORE CONSTITUENTS be heard for public transportation tht took them to employment (outside and inside the city of Milwaukee) and other sites for quality of life and economic development growth - that's Infrastructure?  
Ensuring that Rick Barrett is able to construct a tower/Couture site that ask for $2,300 per month rent is NOT what we had in mind.

Question 6:  Was Congresswoman Moore "blank check" endorsement a "paid marker" to the Democrati Party, Tom Barrett or the like? We the People can not afford her debts that invoked violation of civil rights and civil liberities.

Question 7:   Did Congresswoman Moore know, her "blank check" endorsement allows others who are monopoly-oligopoly and doomsayers of the CORE CONSTITUENTS to use her, her position as Congresswoman as the reason why they can violate us?

What say U. S. Congresswoman Gwen Moore?

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