Southern Company Solutes Congressional Black Caucus
September 21, 2011 Leave a comment
Southern Company supports the Congressional Black Caucus by hosting their conference. Chris Womack, executive vice president of Southern Company is proud to honor Tom Joyner who endorses misogyny and the ‘N’ Word. Southern Company honors a man who supports the good business sense to “sexually objectify and degrade women, use the “N” word, promote violence, drug use, and criminal activity, and portray Black and Latino men as pimps, gangsters, and thugs?”
Can we conclude Southern Company also agrees with recent comments from Congressional Black Caucus members through their sponsorship?
Researching Southern Company sure clarifies their goals and purposes for this country.
“It’s an honor to salute the people who take action in addressing the critical issues impacting our communities,” said Chris Womack, executive vice president and president, external affairs, Southern Company. “Bringing change where change is needed is never easy, so paying tribute to those who have made that contribution is a privilege for our company, which itself has a long history of community involvement and of being a citizen in the truest sense.
Maxine Waters, a citizen in the truest sense?
Southern Company is the parent company of Mississippi Power who is charging Mississippians to build the new Lignite coal plant for Southern Company’s profit and to benefit other states. Here is how they spend their profits.
ESSENCE & Southern Company, in partnership with Perennial Strategy Group, will host their 3rd annual Evening of Excellence-a special awards reception as part of the 2011 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s (CBCF) 41st Annual Legislative Conference.