Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Sherlene Stevens: Some Businesses Simply Can't Be Separated Racially

In this new America, I believe that there are some businesses that simply can't be soley for one-racial identity (customers). Does your list look like mine?

My List

  • Health care venues;
  • Government staff venues;
  • Places of worship or denominations when such organization is "the only" like-organization in a local community;
  • Evening programs of places of worship;
  • Political parties; 
  • Funeral homes;
  • Sport teams;
  • Airports;
  • Gas suppliers of gas stations;
  • Car dealerships;
  • Cable services;
  • Utility services;
  • Banks;
  • Credit card services;
  • Hotels, motels, Inns, etc.; and, 
  • Internet services.
What I learned from making this list is that all lives and occupations really do matter.

Friday, July 8, 2016

Sherlene Stevens: Black Lives Matter and Police Brutality

To view my United States Humanitarian Outline Plan,  [As Political Leader] My Response to BlackLivesMatter and PoliceBrutality, See the Family-Bonding Portal.


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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Sherlene Stevens: Family Bonding Portal Viewers

Our annual Harmony Picnic was last Saturday--day before Father's Day.  Again, thank-you to those who participated at your unique household. Thanks to current audience family for your 2017 Sherlene-brand ideas. Some of the suggestion have been utilized: Portal Platform Features per Audience Idea

  • Welcome Memo
  • Tyler Perry News Channel 
  • More Productive Facebook Page Name - Sherlene's Family Friendly Media Comments
  • Return to former Days-of-Week Social Themes
  • Picnic new name, Global Virtual Harmony Picnic Portal Platform Features per Sherlene
Improved shopping lounge area for easier understanding.

What is the Sherlene brand
New sales pitch, improved vision description, etc, added: The Sherlene-brand provides to people, and the audience family, the sharing of family-friendly services and amusement advertisements in local communities. Servicing in a way that provides dignity and respect to the family lifestyle. Amusements for the family lifestyle in local communities.

 A Time To Learn Academy Features Suggestion
  • Resume Twitter Tweet Show And You, Your Point Is _ ? (Host Sherlene) I have included an improved show description @ATimeToLearnAcademy. A Time to Learn Academy is a recognized 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Sherlene Stevens: Poetry of Appreciation To My Female Audiences

Perhaps some of you, like me, have a daughter who has pursuits to attend college, or desires to move away for their first job opportunity.

To a Daughter Leaving Home
When I taught you at at eight to ride a bicycle, loping along beside you as you wobbled away
on two round wheels, my own mouth rounding in  surprise when you pulled ahead down the
curved  path of the park, I kept waiting for the thud of your crash as I sprinted to catch up,
while you grew smaller, more breakable with distance, pumping, pumping for your life,
screaming with laughter, the hair flapping behind you like a handkerchief waving goodbye. --Linda Pastan

Look what our attitude of  American finance systems have done--productively allowed the labels or identification of our most highlighted social dysfunctions towards money.

A Song in the Front Yard
I've stayed in the front yard all my life. I want a peek at the back where it's tough and
untended and hungry weed grows.  A girl gets sick of a rose.

I want to go in the back yard now and maybe down the alley to where the charity
children play.  I want a good time today.

They do some wonderful things.  They have some wonderful fun.
My mother sneers, but I say it's fine how they don't have to go in at quarter to nine.
My mother, she tells me that Johnnie Mae will grow up to be a bad woman.
That George'll be taken to Jail soon or late
(On account of last winter he sold our back gate).

But I say it's fine.  Honest, I do.
And I'd like to be a bad woman, too.
And wear the brave stockings of night-black lace
and strut down the streets with paint (makeup) on my face. -Gwendolyn Brooks 

Happy Mother's Day!        Women Appreciation Month!