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Charles E. Campbell
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Posted on Sunday, July 31, 2005 - 12:12 pm:   

Dear Linda Watkins and Mayor Johnson:

My name is Charles E. Campbell. I was born in Vance, MS and raised in Tutwiler. I am a graduate of Jackson State University and Ohio State University with degrees in Social Work. I am also an entrepreneur and would like to offer whatever assistance I can to help the town of Mount Bayou.
First I would suggest that you read a book by Dr. Claud Anderson entitled PowerNomics. He has a website http://www.harvestinstitute.com or PowerNomics.com He also has a serious of Video tapes that everyone in your town should view.

The second suggestion is to listen to and contact Tom Polk, who is a syndicated radio talk show with the PowerNomics Radio Network. You can listen to his show 9 to 1 PM. He also streams an audio of past shows 24/7 on his website: http://www.theprn.com

The third suggestion would be visit: http://www.wblr.com. I promise you that you will not be the same afterwards. Hear the truth for yourself and decide what you want to believe. He empowers Black Afrikan People to know their history, understand their present and work toward a better future.

I you are interested in talking with me. I can be reached between 7-30 and 8-2-05 at 662-345-6556. After that I will return to Ohio and can bee reached at 614-755-9317.

My comapny is Worldwide Business Solutions, Inc.
Email: wbsbpd88@worldnet.att.net

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