A Johns Hopkins University study shows that for big segments of the population the American dream is dead. Johns Hopkins University researchers followed nearly 800 Baltimore schoolchildren for decades. What they discovered isn’t pretty: These children’s fates “were substantially determined by the family they were born into.” Correspondent Adam May joins some of those children on a “tour” – from prison, to schools, to the blighted neighborhoods they called home – to understand what the chances really are of escaping urban poverty in America. Read the full story.
877-Why-Islam goes to Brazil slums and brings you first hand account of the most widespread and dangerous problems faced by humanity – poverty, hunger and crime. Islam was revealed as a practical religion that covers all aspects of our lives, and it is intended to be implemented in our lives. It brings the message of peace and justice.
By: Yasiin Bey
Wake up in the mornin!
And I give thanks and praise, Open up the gift called a brand new day
This life is fantastic
And on and on and on!
Road around hometown on the day I was born
There somethings changed and don’t change at all
Like the ghetto feel the pressure on coppas keep stepin on them, hungry got their chopper loaded and it could pop at any moment
Say a prayer for the sick and the sufferin
The sinner and saints
The cons and there customers
I came up with them
I keep in touch with them
I show love for them
And show love again
I plant a seed and grow love again
It’s most elegant
It’s celebrated long time
A lovely the horn that starts decorated voice that of imagination, inspiration information
Salute to Zulu Nation!
It’s like peace
Let’s have some fun