What is "1000 Breaths"

On the last day of the year in 2010 and 2011, a special event called "1000 Breaths" awakened audiences to their own innate power of freedom as well as supported a movement to free the enslaved children trapped into a prostituted lifestyle they do not truly choose.

What started as the 1000 Breaths fundraiser event has become a movement for the freedom of us all. This blog expands now to encompass all the good works being done in the name of "freedom for all" as heard on the "FREEDOM FOR ALL" Internet Radio show.


Friday, September 25, 2015

The Ultimate Goal of Capitalism: Enslavement of the Masses

A rich show today from a very insightful local figure. Our guest dove into the topic of "capitalism" - a concept in the news of late, as we - as a nation - determine how our political infrastructure supports or suppresses all of our well being.
The show's topic: "The Ultimate Goal of Capitalism: Enslavement of the Masses" with our guest activist Walter Davis. Passionate over the environment, social justice and human rights, Davis is Executive Producer and host of Progress in the World Radio and TV shows.  Walter was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama just blocks from his family church frequented by Dr. Martin Luther King. Throughout Davis’ life, he has been at the center of political and social unrest and change. Walter’s mother would hold his hand and take him to the protests. In September 1963 KKK members bombed his church, killing four little girls his Sunday school class. Walter’s father was murdered in a hail of gunfire. This period greatly influenced Walter and to this day, he remains a freedom fighter.
A Vietnam Era combat veteran who served in the United States Navy between 1975 and 2001, Davis has treated nearly 5000 patients for chemical addiction from all branches of service in both outpatient and inpatient environments. An accomplished author and editor, he is a respected social media expert who has served on several congressional campaigns.
He can be reached at www.WalterDavisEnterprises.com


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