Monday, October 24, 2016

Sign the Petition to President Obama for Executive Clemency for Dr. Mutulu Shakur

Family and Friends of Dr. Mutulu Shakur
The week of October 10th, a petition for clemency for Dr. Mutulu Shakur was submitted to President Barack Obama. Please sign on here to show your support.
The acts of which Dr. Shakur stands convicted were committed in the context of a movement some forty to fifty years ago seeking equal treatment of black people who, it is widely recognized today, were suffering catastrophically from disenfranchisement, poverty and exclusion from many of the fundamental necessities that make life worth living. Black school children were being killed in church bombings. Black and other civil rights leaders were targeted for assassination. Law enforcement, through the COINTELPRO program, infiltrated a wide range of organizations and civil rights groups disrupting their activities and, as Congressional investigation later discovered, often causing violent reactions. In that era, black youth were paralyzed with fear that smothered their dreams, they doubted their life expectancy, and were forced to submit to abuse, runaway or challenge the threat.
Dr. Shakur has served over thirty years in custody, been unjustly denied parole eight times in a documented discriminatory manner, taken full responsibility for his actions, served as a force for good and alternative dispute mechanisms throughout his decades of incarceration, is an elder with multiple health complications, and has a loving family that needs him, even moreso after his former wife, Afeni Shakur, passed away in May.  Upon release he will continue to inspire people to seek self-improvement through peaceful and constructive means, as he has done while incarcerated, as he did with his late son Tupac.
In his own words, “For many years I have been a staunch advocate for the establishment of a truth and reconciliation process to address issues of racial and economic disparities. I have been influenced by examples in South Africa, Latin America, Northern Ireland and here in the United States of efforts at restorative justice through the pursuit of truth and reconciliation …
I cannot undo the violence and tragedy that took place more than thirty years ago. But for several decades while incarcerated I have dedicated myself to being a healer, spreading a message of reconciliation and justice, and playing a positive role in the lives of those I come into contact with, in and out of prison …
This country is not the same country it was at the time of my conviction and I have lived long enough to understand the changes the country and I have undergone. I will always care about freedom and equality for black Americans, marginalized people and the lower classes in this country and abroad. The struggle was never about me, but for the will of the people.
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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Tour Ghana 2017: Explore Ghana's social & historic cultural scenes, networking & business opportunities


Have you ever wanted to visit the motherland?
Do you need a break from the 'matrix' and want to enjoy an exciting adventure abroad?
Do you enjoy off the beaten path and authentic (not touristy) travel experiences?
Are you a business person or entrepreneur interested in expanding to Africa?

This Trip is for you!

Join us on this exciting 10 day adventure to Accra, Ghana one of Africa's most vibrant cities for an incredible social, cultural and historical adventure from an insiders view.

What's Included in this 10-Day Experience:

Roundtrip Airfare from New York to Accra
Hotel and Accommodations
Group Ground Transportation
Daily Breakfast
Cultural Exchanges
Business Networking
Cocktail Reception
Live Music
Historical Tours
Water Sports
Language Lessons

Let us know your business interests for one-on-one peer matching for intimate insights and network associations.

Including travel to nearby cities/beaches: Kokrobite, Ada Foah, Aburi, and Cape Coast/Elmina.

$2599 for double occupancy accommodations. Single room for additional fee.


Payment plan is available. All major credit cards accepted.

Find out more info:

Order Sweet Unity Farms Coffee from David Robinson's Tanzanian farm and make #BlackDollarsMatter

MATAH (Give & Buy Black) Kugichagulia (Self-determination)
Our great ancestor, KEN BRIDGES taught INTERNAL #Reparations...14 years ago today, 10-11, KEN was assassinated during the D.C. sniper attacks!
Pls support the Billion $ March movement by re-directing your spending on Black made products #BuyBlackProducts. 
Again, pls let me know what Black made products you currently use so that I can add to our directory.
Who do you know that drinks coffee?  Pls fwd this email to help us re-direct $10M on Sweet Unity Farms coffee. 
Sweet Unity is a Tanzanian company owned by David Robinson, JACKIE ROBINSON's (baseball player, son).
You may click the link below to learn more about this supreme company and to place your order or you may buy direct from me. 
This coffee will make a great Holiday gift, too.  If we take action NOW, in December (during Kwanzaa) we really will have something to celebrate.  
Add THE One Million to the Notes Box online 
Your Health Is Wealth,
Try ALMOND-licious! ICE Supreme
1st Nut-Based, Gluten-Free Sorbet