Black Entertainers For Positive Black Entertainment
Open Letter To All Advertisers, Film Companies, Television Companies, Music Companies and Print Media Companies, Black Entertainers For Positive Black Entertainment has begun a campaign to identify, for the Black Communities, those television shows, record labels,radio stations, magazines and other companies that promote negative Black Entertainment and negative activities in the Black Communities.
We will identify not only those companies but also their parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, advertisers, product lines and services. We feel these companies and their associates are directly and indirectly contributing to the negative aspects preying upon the Black Communities, especially our young Black men, young Black woman and our young Black children. We have established DYC Black Consumer Magazine to identify, track and publish a list of \"Entertainment Predators and Other Negative Companies\" for Black parents, Black grandparents and other Black consumers.
The list will be published each month for one(1) year and then each week thereafter. Black Entertainers For Positive Black Entertainment is asking for your support in stopping the negative Black Entertainment and other negative business practices preying upon the Black Family. We would like to set up a meeting with you to discuss what you can do to reduce negative Black Entertainment and other negative business practices in the Black Communities and encourage positive Black Entertainment and positive business practices in the Black Communities.
Please contact us at your earliest convenience, so that we may discuss this matter. Thanking you in advance.
"In our quest to achieve equality, we have abandoned our Black Humanity." NEETTA BLACK
From the desk of:
Black Entertainers For Positive Black Entertainment
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: BHC ADVOCATES, DYC MAGAZINE, THE AFRICAN-AFRICAN AMERICAN ECONOMIC TRADE COALITION, THE AFRICAN ECONOMIC STABLIZATION RESOURCE NETWORK, THE BLACK COLLEGE STUDENT\'S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT COALITION, THE BLACK COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTERS, THE UNITED FREEDMEN MISSIONARY CENTERS, THE BLACK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT COALITION, THE BLACK FAMILY RESTORATION COALITION, THE BLACK FATHER'S RESOURCE NETWORK, THE BLACK HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT COALITION, THE BLACK JUNIOR HIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT COALITION, THE BLACK MALE HEALTH COALITION, THE BLACK MALE VOTER'S NETWORK, THE BLACK COMPENSATION, REPARATIONS, RESTORATION & EQUALIZATION COALITION, THE BLACK SENIOR VOTER'S NETWORK, THE BLACK SENIOR-YOUTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE NETWORK, THE BLACK STUDENT VOTER'S NETWORK, THE BLACK VOTER PETITION COALITION, THE BLACK WOMEN'S HEALTH COALITION, THE BLACK WOMEN VOTER'S NETWORK, 1,000,000 BLACK ADVOCATES OF AMERICA, BLACK AMERICANS FOR BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT, BLACK AMERICANS FOR EQUALITY UNDER THE LAW, BLACK ENTERTAINERS FOR POSITIVE BLACK ENTERTAINMENT, THE BLACK BEAUTY SHOP/BLACK BARBER SHOP INFORMATION EXCHANGE NETWORK, THE COALITION OF BLACK CHURCHES FOR BLACK COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT, THE BLACK TEEN RESOURCE NETWORK, BLACK MEN TEACHING FUTURE BLACK MEN, BLACK MODELS TEACHING FUTURE BLACK MODELS and BLACK WOMEN TEACHING FUTURE BLACK WOMEN. _______________________________________________________________
Each year Black Entertainers For Positive Black Entertainment publishes a listing of the top 100 Entertainment Predators of the Black Communities.
This list lets Black consumers Know which Television Networks, Television Shows, Cable Networks, Cable Television Shows, Movies, Film Companies, Music CDs, Recording Companies, Video Games, Video Game Companies, Corporations, Parent Companies, Subsidiaries, Affiliates, Commercials, Advertisers, Advertising Companies, Products and Services prey upon Black Men, Black Woman and especially Black Children.
The lists also include those individuals, groups, organizations, polititions and government agencies that allow, encourage, endorse and profit off of this negative programming.
While some have argued that you cannot blame music, movies or video games for children's and adult's bad behavior, the reality is that more Black Males are using violence instead of education to solve their problems.
More Black Girls are turning to Prostitution instead of education to get the things that they want.
More Black Teenagers are getting hooked on drugs at younger ages.
More Black Males are having sex with other Black Males.
More Black Females are having sex with other Black Females.
More Black Females are having sex with multiple Black Males at one time.
Networks show cartoons with cursing, promiscuous teenagers, violent roommates, cheating spouses, greedy celebrities, illegal judges, tainted media, etc.
The end result is an increase in the number of Black Males imprisoned at younger ages for longer periods of time.
An increase in the number of Black Children born to single Black mothers.
An increase in the number of Blacks who are under-educated, low-income and living below the poverty line.
And now there are thousands of Entertainers and Entertainment Predators telling Blacks to be proud to be poor. To be proud to be uneducated. To be proud to be a criminal. To be proud to raise a child with no father. To be proud to pimp women. To be proud to be a prostitute. To be proud to be a man having sex with men. To be proud to be a woman having sex with women. To be proud to be a drug addict. To be proud to be an alcoholic.
And since all of these things are a form of mental illness, to be proud to be mentally ill.
The most devastating aspect of all to this negative entertainment is that Black Rappers and other Black Celebrities are carrying the HIV virus and giving it to young Black Boys, young Black Girls, Black Men and Black Women.
Young Black Girls and Black Women are having Black Babies who are born with the HIV virus and who then spread the virus to other Black Children.
One encounter at a club can wipe out a Black Male's entire blood line.
Even more scary, one scratch or bite from one HIV positive child to another can wipe a whole nother Black Male's blood line.
No matter who much people argue about the effects of music, movies and video games, this is the the reality of TV.
Each and every year, it get's worse.
It's Time To Take A Stand! Again!
A Message From:
Black Entertainers For Positive Black Entertainment.