“I think those two men need to sit down and talk things out and have the developer there. If there is something that the developer has done, then there is something that can be straightened out,” said Bradley, who is a community activist.
"My decision was made before I became Judge Van Tine’s Urban Translator and Political Consultant. After reviewing her qualifications and experience as a judge for the last 20 years, it’s clear that she would continue to be an asset the to the Court and to the legal profession."
Wallace "Gator" Bradley: "This is a win for the undermined and underappreciated Black franchisees here in the US. Large corporations can no longer treat us unfairly without push-back. I am proud to be a part of that change."
Let me tell you how we got to this point and draw the Really Black conclusion. In the fall of 2014, I met the Byrd Brothers, Darrell and James F. Byrd Jr., Black McDonald’s franchisees at a Memphis Grizzlies basketball game. They told me that they had eight (8) McDonald’s stores, four (4) each, and McDonald’s was forcing them to sell four (4) stores, two (2) each, to Fred Tillman, who’s White and at that time was the largest McDonald’s USA franchisee.
Wallace "Gator" Bradley endorses JB Pritzker in upcoming race (Chicago, IL) - Because it was brought to my attention that in Illinois, Pritzker has signed off on nearly every part of the national Democratic platform, from raising the minimum wage to a massive infrastructure bill (Pritzker calls it the Rebuild Illinois plan) to clean-energy legislation and legalizing cannabis