Calls to Action

Calls to action for you to get involved.

“One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors” (OMCBV&C)

We are calling for (minimally) one million Race-conscious Black voters to join forces with us, and as our One Million continue to hear and heed our call-to-arms, the abundance of talent, skills, and expertise to be found among you will readily become evident, and each of you will begin to find or make your place in our ranks, and take on assignments critical to our eventual success.

What is a “Conscious Black Voter?” The One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors Movement refers to Black individuals who are fully aware that our race needs the best-and-brightest we produce to place the interests of our people collectively in “first-position.” In doing so, we put into practice what all other racial and ethnic groups do routinely and automatically.

This is By calling the best and brightest among us to join forces and pool resources to build the capacity of our race to advance and protect its collective interests, the One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors campaign seeks to have black people do what other groups have done and do every day: Lift ourselves out of our lowly condition by our own collective efforts! A conscious Black voter would do this by voting as part of a solid block of Black voters determined to influence public policy decisions so that they favor rather than hurt black people, and open pathways to a better future for our children.

Correspondingly, a conscious Black contributor would readily pool his/her financial and other resources and resourcefulness to provide the wherewithal to underwrite the costs of projects and programs designed and intended to serve the needs and interests of our people.

To the skeptics out there who think Black folks are too individualistic to come together in such a large number, that one million Black folks will not cooperate, that we have too many schisms among us, and we will not trust one another, we say, “Not so.”

To the doubters who continue to have faith in Democratic AND Republican platforms, which have ignored our needs, collaborated against our best interests, and engaged in flawed analyses of problems and the solutions thereof, we say, “not so fast.”

We submit to you that even within the most reactionary, non-revolutionary Black person there is at least a REMNANT of a DESIRE to love Black people; and it is that residue of unrequited love that we are appealing to. Our assertion is that there are at least 1 million Black folks actively seeking for ways, means and reasons for us to come together to take corrective ACTION.

We invite you to become One of the Million Conscious Black Voters and help us break the ties that bind our people to dependency, self-negation, and the lowest rung on the political, social and economic ladder of American society.

Be “One of the Million” and let’s finally let our people and everyone else know that we are very serious about being economically and politically empowered.

 

PLEASE JOIN http://www.iamoneofthemillion.com/

BLACK FARMERS STILL FACING LAND LOSS, DISCRIMINATION.

Farming is one of the main staples in human life, unfortunately, Black farmers have struggled to get the same rights as White farmers. Today, Black farmers are still fighting for their rights. From 1920 to 2000, Blacks went from owning 20 million acres to 1,500,00 acres owned by Black farmers. U.S. Federal District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman consented to the decree on April 14, 1999. The settlement recognized discrimination against Black farmers. The settlement was the largest civil rights class action settlement in American history with over $2 billion. Black farmers continued to protest due to not receiving the money from the settlement and debt relief. Investigations were launched which led to the discovery that the USDA was holding back three quarters of the $2.3 billion. This led to another suit, Pigford II. To many Black farmers the claims amount of $50,000 was not sufficient, it has been more about access to loans, debt relief and land loss. The administration under leadership of President Obama that has claimed victory for our Black Farmers is far from the truth. The discrimination that contributed to the decline of the Black Farmer as well as loss of land, that lead to the Black Farmers Settlement, still persist. You can get involved and join this fight for our farmers by joining an organization.

Here is some information:

 

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Black Farmers & Agruculturalis Association (BFAA) at tillery@aol.com or call 252 826-3017. 

https://www.gofundme.com/39m8623g

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Donate Alkaline Water to Flint Michigan

1. Iamoneofthemillion.com click on “Products” The link below is the Universal Link to be used for All Websites.
2. Go to Blacktradelines.com and click on “Store” and Scroll down or Search “Water”
3. Text the word “Water” to 310-272-5438

Wake Up Call

It is a sickness for black people to have more regard for other people than they have for themselves! You love these holidays, You love that white picture of Jesus whom you have never seen, You love animals (only because they don’t talk back), You love supporting all these bogus charities, You don’t love yourselves through your actions, You don’t love black people who look just like you! That is sick! You love the dream! We rather hold the hands of white supremacy before we hold the hand of black sovereignty, black self -determination and black love! How sick can we be?!!!!!!!!!!

That dream of little black girls, little white boys, little black boys and little white girls holding hands together……that dream is leading to our demise. That false premise, that everything is okay……That illusion, that drug, that false hope……That dream! That dream that your enemy, your adversary, your foe is going to wake up and see you as human! That dream! That dream! That dream of equality!……That dream! That dream! That dream that your vote counts!!!!! That dream! That dream! That dream…….That slavery never happened, That dream…that our ancestors were not kidnapped, That dream…that our ancestors were not brutalized…That dream……..That Jim Crow never happened! That dream of being free, but knowing that you are not free! That dream of wanting to be treated right and knowing that you are not being treated right! That damnable nightmare of “One Nation Under GOD” indivisible and justice for all…….

Wake up from your slumber, my mighty people, Wake up from your slumber, my mighty people!!!!!! Look at yourself in the mirror, Look into your children’s eyes! Look at all that potential! Our children (good, bad or indifferent) should be our priority! Our children have limitless potential and we should guide them! Our children deserve the right to be sanctified (set apart) and for us to deem them as special. Our children are potential freedom fighters! Our children are potential healers! Our children are potential agents of change for the world! We need to see that in our children and act accordingly…..Not later, but NOW! NOW IS THE TIME TO SHOW OUR CHILDREN THAT WE CARE AND VALUE THEM!

Time For An Awakening

Bro. Reggie

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