Go Be Great Podcast with Jackie Capers-Brown

EP 47: Black Men On Justice In America with J. Haleem Washington

September 15, 2020 Jackie Capers-Brown Season 2 Episode 48
Go Be Great Podcast with Jackie Capers-Brown
EP 47: Black Men On Justice In America with J. Haleem Washington
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Go Be Great Podcast with Jackie Capers-Brown
EP 47: Black Men On Justice In America with J. Haleem Washington
Sep 15, 2020 Season 2 Episode 48
Jackie Capers-Brown

Jamar "J Haleem" Washington was born and raised in Newark NJ. He is an Amazon bestselling author, award-winning, nationally published commercial photographer, motivational speaker, and corporate trainer.

J Haleem became a felon in college. When he was not able to get a job after graduating his experience led him to become an entrepreneur.  Several years ago, he developed a mantra entitled "I Won't Starve" which has become the catalyst in his pursuit of creating successful entrepreneurs. He has helped 600 businesses get started in the past three years.

In our keeping it real conversation, J Haleem shares his thoughts and beliefs about various topics related to criminal justice in America, including his upbringing in Newark, NJ, how community policing as it is done now is ineffective, what changes he would make to the criminal justice system if he was in charge, conversations he has with his young children about the social unrest taking place in the country, his love for his family and community and why he feels a mission to help more blacks become entrepreneurs.

You will hear why he believes that when dealing with our present reality, it's important that our approach is based on facts over feelings. He encourages blacks to remove the mental shackles that keep us thinking in ways that hold us back. He shares his firmly held belief, again and again, throughout our conversation about how blacks need to stop playing the country's game - it's time we play our game.

During the conversation, he shares some key nuggets for entrepreneurs. And, we had a "lively" conversation related to diversity and inclusion in corporate workplaces.

His favorite quote by Frederick Douglas "It's easier to build strong children than to repair broken men" is a reflection of his heart towards his family and the black community. He encourages parents to teach their children how to collaborate to create a brighter future for the black community.

As you will discover while listening to our conversation, J Haleem Washington is definite in a league of his own which is one of the reasons why he has been so successful.

Contact J Haleem Washington

Website
LinkedIn
JHaleemTV
Facebook

Contact Jackie Capers-Brown 

Website

Facebook

Linkedin

Amazon Books

Jackie's Courses

 

Music Credit:

Purple Planet Positive Motivation 

Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio

 

 

 




Support the show (https://paypal.me/jackiecapersbrown?locale.x=en_US)

Show Notes

Jamar "J Haleem" Washington was born and raised in Newark NJ. He is an Amazon bestselling author, award-winning, nationally published commercial photographer, motivational speaker, and corporate trainer.

J Haleem became a felon in college. When he was not able to get a job after graduating his experience led him to become an entrepreneur.  Several years ago, he developed a mantra entitled "I Won't Starve" which has become the catalyst in his pursuit of creating successful entrepreneurs. He has helped 600 businesses get started in the past three years.

In our keeping it real conversation, J Haleem shares his thoughts and beliefs about various topics related to criminal justice in America, including his upbringing in Newark, NJ, how community policing as it is done now is ineffective, what changes he would make to the criminal justice system if he was in charge, conversations he has with his young children about the social unrest taking place in the country, his love for his family and community and why he feels a mission to help more blacks become entrepreneurs.

You will hear why he believes that when dealing with our present reality, it's important that our approach is based on facts over feelings. He encourages blacks to remove the mental shackles that keep us thinking in ways that hold us back. He shares his firmly held belief, again and again, throughout our conversation about how blacks need to stop playing the country's game - it's time we play our game.

During the conversation, he shares some key nuggets for entrepreneurs. And, we had a "lively" conversation related to diversity and inclusion in corporate workplaces.

His favorite quote by Frederick Douglas "It's easier to build strong children than to repair broken men" is a reflection of his heart towards his family and the black community. He encourages parents to teach their children how to collaborate to create a brighter future for the black community.

As you will discover while listening to our conversation, J Haleem Washington is definite in a league of his own which is one of the reasons why he has been so successful.

Contact J Haleem Washington

Website
LinkedIn
JHaleemTV
Facebook

Contact Jackie Capers-Brown 

Website

Facebook

Linkedin

Amazon Books

Jackie's Courses

 

Music Credit:

Purple Planet Positive Motivation 

Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio

 

 

 




Support the show (https://paypal.me/jackiecapersbrown?locale.x=en_US)