Dichotomies of the City by JSB - A monarch butterfly on a brick wall, June 2017.

“Dichotomies, Then Solutions” – Coming Soon!


This is a quick message to let you know that very soon, this site will be the host for a new podcast that will discuss only SOLUTIONS for the ills of the world that we can solve right now, with some effort. So much time is spent in lamentations – crying about what’s wrong, who did what to whom, and assigning blame on anyone but ourselves.

We here at NDW see it differently. The fact that in 2017, you will be hard pressed to find a minority owned bank in any major city; that’s real. No credit unions. We have built many cars, trucks, SUVs, planes and trains; however, are there any manufacturing plants for same owned and run by people of color in this country? I think not. Right here, right now, is the time to FIX the problems, not whine about them any longer. Your opposition sure isn’t sitting around crying when something doesn’t go their way. The cavalry isn’t coming to save us, we have to save ourselves. The children with the guns are coming out of someone’s house; the question becomes, who’s running that house? What happened to the parental raids on teenager’s rooms? No one can say that people of color can’t make adjustments to improve any given situation. The question is – when we will do it on a scale that becomes life-changing for us all? It is possible, and that’s what this podcast will discuss; how can it be done. NOW.

We really look forward to providing this service to you and hearing your feedback regularly. The objective is to use the platform for anyone who has a rational, executable solution for a societal problem to come forth and say their piece to the world. We will also follow-up with that person; not just throw them to the wolves after the shock value wears off.

It’s gonna be good! In order to get up-to-the-minute info on the launch date, please fill out the Contact Form below and we’ll let you know the premier date for DICHOTOMIES, THEN SOLUTIONS! Podcast.

God Bless.


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