Friday, July 31, 2009

My two heart attacks and I'm still working

Haven't posted in a while cause I have had two, count em' two heart attacks. I have five new stents to prove it. An just yesterday I meet Robert O'neal who had had just the day before hand had a stent put in his heart, without the heart attack. Like me his heart had been blocked up. In my case 90% and 60%. We both were at the Cicninnati Empowerment Zone annual report last night.

For those who are believers in the Book As-Salāmu `Alaykum Brothers and Sisters,

National Fairness and Growth Campaign Steering Committee

  • General Chairman Joesph Debro Co-Founder, National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) and Board Member of Housing Assistance Council
  • Co-Chairwoman Pandora Ramsay, Founding President , Ohio Fairness Campaign
  • Co-Chairman Fredrick Hargrove, Sr. PE, MBA. former Chairman of Cincinnati Change
  • Co-Chairman Irvin Henderson, former Chairman, National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) and on the board of the CRA Fund and the National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Convener Dr. Robert Day PhD, President, Center for Urban & Rural Redevelopment
Steering Committee Advisor and Panel Moderator
Lawrence Auls, Chairman of MDi, Executive Director LISW, LTD

Symposium VII

July 31, 2009

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST

Dial-in Number: (605) 475-4850
Participant Access Code: 570587#

Opening by General Chairman


Recap of Symposia to date.

New Statistics

Status of Initiatives, Health, Broadband, and Energy

Half Hour Break

Status of the Campaign Fundraising mechanism

General topics from teleconference participants

Announcement of Launch of Fundraising Effort on 7 August 2009

Announcement of Next Meeting in August in Detroit

Next Steps including a presentation at 1PM by Organizing for America on the Presidents Health Care Plans

Close of the National Fairness and Growth Campaign at 2 P.M.

Open The Cincinnati Change Community Briefing 2 - 5 PM

Presentation at 2 P.M. by the city of Cincinnati on the first time in 60 years a new Cincinnati Comprehensive Plan that includes:

Health Care

Erasing the Digital Divide

Next Generation Workforce Employment

Urban Transportation Solutions

Green Energy Implementation

Comprehensive Housing Program for the City

Economic Development

based on the

Cincinnati Change Development Statement

Development in Cincinnati should be for the people in the city who are in the place they are in the city. This is not to say that we should not have new people come into the city, but...what about those in place. In these times lets make the change for those who live here NOW!!!

Cincinnati Change is committed to development in line with The United Nations Global Compact.

The United Nations Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption

submitted by
Hershel Daniels, Junior
Chief of Staff to Fred Hargrove, Sr. and Cincinnati Change, Director

Saturday, July 18, 2009

I'm Back

You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.
Henry Ford
Okay, so with my new stents and attitude I am rededicated to Global Change, starting with thanks to my doctor and most of all the creator and lifegiver of all humanity - GOD.

hershel daniels junior