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Monday, November 5, 2012

FW: Barber Shops, Beauty Salons, & Nail Salons Cosmetology Directory (BB&N).... I Need Your Help

Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 12:08:08 -0500
Subject: Barber Shops, Beauty Salons, & Nail Salons Cosmetology Directory (BB&N).... I Need Your Help
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Good Afternoon Everyone,
I Own and Designed ASKFMB.COM, a website I have been using to support the USDA Non Accountability Issues associated with on job harassment.
I need your support by forwarding this email to anyone who owns a Barber Shop, Beauty Salon, or a Nail Salon, or forward this email to anyone who is in the cosmetology profession or a graduating cosmetology student.
I designed the Barber Shop, Beauty Salon & Nail Salon Cosmetology Directory (www.bbandn.com) , and I've added close to 9 Thousand Business Listings for free, with the goal of listing every cosmetology business in the U.S. at this website location, as well as listing every cosmetology professional for free.
I need help in my promotion of giving away 100 Free Websites, and 200 Free Personal Professional Web Pages, which should get the wind at my back with this unique, one of a kind concept, with the goal of bringing technology to an industry that generally, does not use technology as a way of displaying or advertising their business and their skills.
Please forward this email to those who are in the industry around the country, and if they contact me, I'll get them started. 
I thank you all so much for the support, because, this life is about who you know. 
I've added the full description of the website below.
BB&N Cosmetology Directory
I need support with my Cosmetology Directory, and if you would forward this email to those that we support in the fight for accountability associated with USDA On Job Harassment, I would consider that as reciprocating support.  We must support each other, and I need help, so, I am reaching out and requesting help.
The BB&N Cosmetology Directory, a website that I designed, and manage, has close to 9k thousand business listings in 7 states east of the Mississippi, with the full intent to list every Cosmetology Business & List every Cosmetology Professional,  in the U.S..... for free.  The Website will be uses as a resource pool for all aspects of the cosmetology industry.
The Web Link.
I'm running a promotion to give away 100 Free Full Websites to Cosmetology Businesses, and 200 Free Personal Web Pages Cosmetology employees.  If you know a Barber Shop, Beauty Salon or Nail Salon Business Owner, or if you know a Barber, Beautician, or Nail Pro, and a graduating cosm. student, have them email me for instructions on how to get started. 
I don't have any money to run any radio or t.v. adds, so, I'm requesting support from those that I support.
I just completed my first free website promotion for a newly opened  Barber Shop/ Beauty Salon & Spa, located in Canada, for a business called Fundamentals Beauty & Barber Salon / Spa .  Since they are new, they only needed a Mini Website, which they selected from one of my pre-designed mini website templates.
The Templates to choose from can be viewed via the links below.
Full Website Templates
Mini Website Templates
Personal Professional Page
Again, I'm giving away 100 Free Full Websites to business owners, and 200 Free Personal Web Pages to employees or cosmetology professionals.
My goal is to bring technology to the Cosmetology Industry, and my BB&N Cosmology Directory is the first of its kind and the only one that focuses on the entire Cosmetology Industry. 
I also have a on-line Calendar & Reservation Request System that each business or independent professional, and  can be used to allow their customers to request appointments or service, which is a future that sets a business apart.  Sample Here and can be tested... go ahead... it works
Pass The Word
So, please have any cosmetology business owner or cosmetology professional contact me, and I'll ad their business to the business listings tables for free, and for the professional listings tables, I will ad professionals for free as well.
This is really a unprecedented industry focus, and I want to capitalize on my being the first to get this product to all in the Cosmetology Industry.  I have done all of this on my own, so, resources and money is my issue.  If this website was in the hands of Yahoo, it would be huge, primarily because they have the resources to get notoriety.  I'd like to have a rep in each state to represent this product in the very near future, so I'm interested in those who are interested in supporting this concept.
I thank you very much for your support, and if anyone need website design support, I'm available.
Mr. Lucas, I thank you very sincerely for forwarding this message, because I need the support to get this website noticed.
Have a good day all.

> we must rise above economics, fear, politics, and race alone. it is called
> justice, dignity and respect for the human condition.
> important: read the last line of the article below.
> lawrence
> "He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps
> to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is
> really cooperating with it". __Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
> "In the end, we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the
> silence of our friends" -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
> Subj: The Courage to Hope: How I Stood Up to the Politics of Fear� by
> Shirley Sherrod with Catherine Whitney
> Nov 02, 2012 10:29 PM EDTThe Washington Post
> (http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-courage-to-hope-how-i-stood-up-to-the-politics-of-fear-by-shi
> rley-sherrod-with-catherine-whitney/2012/11/02/a0b7d5fc-0bf4-11e2-bd1a-b868e
> 65d57eb_story.html#license-a0b7d5fc-0bf4-11e2-bd1a-b868e65d57eb) Published:
> November 2
> _http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-courage-to-hope-how-i-stood-up-t
> o-the-politics-of-fear-by-shirley-sherrod-with-catherine-whitney/2012/11/02/
> a0b7d5fc-0bf4-11e2-bd1a-b868e65d57eb_story.html_
> (http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-courage-to-hope-how-i-stood-up-to-the-politics-of-fear-by-s
> hirley-sherrod-with-catherine-whitney/2012/11/02/a0b7d5fc-0bf4-11e2-bd1a-b86
> 8e65d57eb_story.html)
> By Kevin Boyle,
> In the summer of 2009, the U. S. Department of Agriculture named Shirley
> Sherrod its director of rural development for the state of Georgia. It was a
> routine appointment, one of thousands the Obama administration made that
> year, except for two things. Never before had an African American held the
> position. And Sherrod had spent 40 years working on behalf of Georgia’s
> rural poor, sometimes in opposition to the very programs she would be running.
> That made her selection an audacious act, a sign â€" small as it was â€" of
> change.
> Thirteen months later, she was very abruptly, very publicly fired.
> (http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-courage-to-hope-how-i-stood-up-to-the-politics-of-fear-by-shirley-sherrod-with-catherine-whitney/2012/11/02
> /a0b7d5fc-0bf4-11e2-bd1a-b868e65d57eb_allComments.html#comments)
> (Atria) - ‘The Courage to Hope: How I Stood Up to the Politics of Fear’
> by Shirley Sherrod
> The triggering event was a video posted by the late conservative blogger
> _Andrew Breitbart_
> (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/andrew-breitbart-dies-at-43/2012/03/01/gIQAklYPkR_blog.html) , featuring a tiny
> fraction of a speech Sherrod had recently given to a local branch of the
> NAACP. _The clip _ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_xCeItxbQY) seemed to show
> her bragging about having turned away a white farmer who’d come to her for
> help, a blatant case of reverse discrimination. Within a few hours the story
> was all over Fox News. In response, the NAACP denounced her actions as “
> shameful.� And the White House insisted that she tender her resignation.
> Only later did anyone bother to listen to _the rest of Sherrod’s speech_
> (http://www.naacp.org/news/entry/video_sherrod/) . It turned out that the
> incident she’d described had taken place not during her tenure with the USDA
> but 23 years earlier, when she worked for a nonprofit organization. It was
> true that when the white farmer first came to her, she’d tried to pass his
> problem off to a white lawyer, thinking that “his own kind would take care
> of him.� When that didn’t work, though, she got him the help he needed.
> “Well,� she’d explained in a segment Breitbart had left on the
> cutting-room floor, “working with him made me see that it’s really about those who
> have versus those who don’t, you know. And they could be black; they could
> be white; they could be Hispanic. And it made me realize then that I needed
> to work to help poor people â€" those who don’t have access the way others
> have.�
> The most powerful portion of Sherrod’s new memoir, written with Catherine
> Whitney, fleshes out the story she sketched in her NAACP speech. She is
> herself the product of a farm family, born and raised in the fiercely
> segregated world of southern Georgia in the dying days of Jim Crow. Her experience
> with the system’s terrible power was deeply personal: In 1965, when she was
> 17, her father was murdered by a neighbor who, because he was white, was
> never held accountable for his crime. The tragedy could have shattered her
> family. Instead it pushed them into activism. The summer after her father’s
> death, her mother and sisters joined the first mass marches in their
> county; that autumn they played a major role in desegregating the local schools.
> It was through their activism that Shirley met Charles Sherrod, who had
> come to Georgia four years earlier as a field secretary for the Student
> Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, the vanguard organization of the civil
> rights revolution. When they married in 1966, Shirley Sherrod married the
> movement, too.
> - Over the decades, her commitments expanded. For 17 years, from 1968 to
> 1985, the Sherrods ran a cooperative farm that they hoped would be a model
> for democratic economic development in black communities. When that venture
> collapsed, because of the USDA’s refusal to give the couple a desperately
> needed loan, Shirley took a position with a nonprofit that helped African
> Americans hold on to their land. But white farmers started showing up at her
> office, too. Through those encounters, she says, “I [began] to see that the
> greatest struggle for farmers was poverty, and it didn’t matter what color
> your skin was.� By the time the Obama administration came calling, Sherrod
> had spent two decades working on behalf of the rural poor, black and
> white.
> None of that mattered to Breitbart, who latched onto Sherrod’s speech not
> to attack her personally â€" by all accounts he had no clue who she was â€"
> but rather to retaliate against liberal criticism of the tea party’s racial
> dynamics. Thus was she sucked into the mire of Washington politics, her
> reputation, her livelihood, her career all shattered by a few minutes of
> manipulation.
> But Sherrod refused to remain a victim. The morning after her firing she
> went on CNN to deny that she’d discriminated against the farmer she’d
> mentioned in her speech. So did the farmer, _Roger Spooner_
> (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/discussion/2010/07/21/DI2010072105162.html) , who
> said that in fact she’d saved his land. With that, Sherrod’s response
> rocketed around the media. Rachel Maddow picked it up, as did The Washington
> Post, the New York Times, “Good Morning America,� “Today,� even “The View.�
> The president of the NAACP apologized for his rush to judgment. President
> Obama called to express his regrets. And the secretary of agriculture
> offered Sherrod a new, more powerful position, which she refused. It was time,
> she said, to move on.
> That she has done. Last year the Sherrods bought an abandoned plantation
> close to where their cooperative farm had been. They plan to turn it into a
> conference center for racial reconciliation, dedicated to the ideals that
> have shaped their lives. It’s a noble vision, a stirring way to end a sorry
> episode. But it also obscures a profoundly troubling aspect of Sherrod’s
> story.
> Breitbart’s cynical maneuver, and the administration’s panicked response,
> had driven her out of government service. Maybe in the grand scheme of
> things, her position wasn’t all that important. But the fact that she was in
> it â€" a woman raised in the Georgia countryside, steeped in the struggle for
> racial justice, deeply committed to the plight of the poor â€" mattered. It
> also matters that she’s gone: another sign of change, of hope, destroyed by
> the brutal spectacle we call politics.
> _bookworld@washpost.com _ (mailto:bookworld@washpost.com)