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EnochSpeaks tackles unpleasant issues regarding the high jail and prison rate of young Black males in America and what can be done to correct this serious situation. "Charity starts at home and spreads abroad along with each one teach one is our battle cry". In today's modern and technology savvy world our children are being left behind with little to no applicable life skills. The civil rights movement must revamp itself into a new and improved educational based and life skill training organization. To ensure that discrimination stays on the ropes we must develop and implement year-round training programs designed to enable our youth to succeed in life. Enoch Hagans is the owner and publisher of the Vision Newspaper and Blogtalkradio and is using the latest in technology to spread the word throughout the minority community that change is here. President Barrack Obama has shown us that with hard work and a good education anything is possible.
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  • Pub Date: Aug 16, 2007 - 1:00 am
  • Where Is The Bus Line Between Clarksville and Nashville?
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  • There is a invisible intercity bus line between the cities of Clarksville and Nashville that runs five days a week, Monday through Friday. This intercity bus line was designed to serve low-income person, welfare recipients and rural residents seeking employment or those already employed in Nashville as a transit provider carrying them back and forth to work throughout the week. This bus line is invisible because no-one has seen or used it in this manner since it was made operational over ten years ago. However, the Tennessee Department of Transportation by way of the Federal Transit Administration provides federal funds to Mid-Cumberland Transit Service to provide this intercity transit service. The Job Access Reverse Commute program clearly states that this funding must be used to transport low-income persons back and forth to work Monday through Friday. The question that must be asked is Where is the money?
FHWA Title VI Report Flawed
  • Pub Date: Aug 10, 2007 - 1:00 am
  • Federal Highway Administration Title VI Report Flawed
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  • The Federal Highway Administration in a recent report ruled that the Clarksville Montgomery County Highway Departents, the Clarksville Montgomery County MPO and the Tennessee Department of Transportation were in compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. However, FHWA officials refused to question the Tennessee Department of Transportation, the Clarksville Montgomery County Highway Departents, and the Clarksville Montgomery County MPO about their minority outreach programs.