Today’s show rundown:
We meet our guest Donna Jackson right away, Mark talks a bit about what Donna has done in the past, and we get to chatting right away. Donna’s resume is long and varied, and we cant wait to hear what she has to say about the current state of affairs. As we have said before, when you mix science and politics, all you get is politics. Laurie Lightfoot in Chicago is blaming distance learning on car jacking. According to Donna, 70 percent of Black people want MORE police presence. These white liberals who are making policy for the Black community that they don’t even want.
The fear people have with the teachers union, there is no merit in it. Bad teachers get the same pay as the good teachers busting their butts for the kids. So teachers that started out really excited and were gung ho for helping kids…they get beat down, and it is not about the kids, it ends up being about the teachers. Donna believes in Let’s go Brandon…big time. What does Donna think about Biden saying “if you don’t vote for me you ain’t Black”. She talks about how Biden has been since he has been in office all those years ago, how he talks about how black people are dumb, and has no respect for them.
How Biden’s policies towards Black people are depressing, humiliating, how is it that only Black people need snacks and water to vote. But white people can just stand in line. Blacks are the only ones who cant vote because they cant master simple life skills like getting a dang ID. After Georgia enacted their new voter laws, 16 Percent MORE people voted. African Americans feel like their votes aren’t going to count due to all the fraudulent voted from voter fraud. The Black community is just looking for their voice to be heard.
Donna Jackson, who serves as the the director of membership development for the Project 21 black leadership network, is a seasoned accountant with public and private sector experience as well as previous forays into politics and ministry.
Donna earned a Bachelor of Accountancy (cum laude) from the California State University San Marcos. She has worked in accounting, auditing and management roles with major companies such as Ernst & Young and Marriott International in the private sector before serving in the public sector as a deputy controller for the Export-Import Bank of the United States. She is a member of the National Association of Black Accountants.
Prior to her career in accounting, Donna was a political operative in the state of Arkansas. She worked on the successful campaigns of Governor Mike Huckabee, Senator Tim Hutchinson and Representative (now Governor) Asa Hutchinson. She was active in campaign recruiting and communications. She played a vital role during the Huckabee governorship in recruiting black candidates for executive-appointed boards and commissions in addition to helping create job-training programs at a local community college and the Arkansas Office of Workforce Development.
She is a former board member of the Little Rock Minority Disability Advisory Network and a former member of the Crittenden County (Arkansas) Workforce Development Planning Committee. She was also a contributor to the Ernst & Young Diversity Think Tank.
Donna originally sought a role in the church. She is a former divinity graduate of Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary in Memphis, Tennessee. It was there that she was taught the gift of administration as a vital part of the Christian ministry.
Donna is a firm believer in free markets and entrepreneurship, rather than government, as a means of lifting people out of poverty.
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