To put this woman on the same list as Osama Bin Laden is a clear message to Blacks in America.  The facts prove that she could not have physically shot the officer she was accused of how can an accusation of a single murder be classified as terrorist?

Why wasn't Sandy Hook or Aurora shooting incidents classified as TERRORIST attacks when many were killed.  Why have they put a death warrant on the head of Assata 40 years later.  Evidence demonstrates that she did not commit the murder and history proves Blacks were jailed for standing up to the oppressors.
 
 

Moors were Already Here

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The first Black President of the United States was John Hansen.  Click the image to see the photo to the left at the actual Library of Congress site.  If you try to search for images, they made him out to be a White man.  The Library of Congress record for the fake White impostor states on the site:  Notes:This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

John Hanson was a Moor who lived in America he was NOT a slave imported from Africa.     John Hanson (1715–1783) of Maryland was elected the first President under the Articles of Confederation.  Hanson, as President, ordered all foreign troops off American soil, as well as the removal of all foreign flags. This was quite the feat, considering the fact that so many European countries had a stake in the United States since the days following Columbus.   Hanson established the Great Seal of the United States, which all Presidents have since been required to use on all official documents. 

President Hanson also established the first Treasury Department, the first Secretary of War, and the first Foreign Affairs Department. 

Lastly, he declared that the fourth Thursday of every November was to be Thanksgiving Day, which is still true today. 

The Articles of Confederation only allowed a President to serve a one year term during any three year period, so Hanson actually accomplished quite a bit in such little time. 

 
 

Strategies for Overcoming Oppression

"Jim Crow," or Jim Crow laws, were state and local laws enacted mostly in the Southern and border states of the United States between the 1870s and 1965, when Blacks were denied the right to vote and other civil liberties and were legally segregated from Whites.

Congress committed itself to stopping the occurrence of human rights violations in the future.  It is time to bring the promise to their remembrance.  Throughout history the only time America has taken steps to change the oppressive policies against Blacks has been when the rest of the world has been critical of the treatment of citizens.

The annual Human Rights Watch Report highlighted continual human rights violations of Blacks in America.  The report criticized the disproportionate number of racial and ethnic minorities continuing to flood the criminal-justice system. Approximately 3.1 percent of Black men are behind bars, compared to just 0.5 percent of white men, an imbalance stated that "may contribute to the stigma minorities can face in employment, housing, public benefits, and even voting rights".

“Whites, Blacks, and Latinos have comparable rates of drug use, but are arrested and prosecuted for drug offenses at vastly different rates.   Blacks are arrested for drug offenses, including possession, at three times the rate of White men,” HRW reported.  Link to full report






Black unemployment numbers mean NOTHING because the employment rate demonstrates the true reality that unemployment is close to 40%.  Bureau of Labor Statistics Data

 

Amnesty

05/16/2013

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am·nes·ty  [am-nuh-stee]  noun, pluralam·nes·ties, verb, am·nes·tied, am·nes·ty·ing.
noun1.a general pardon for offenses, especially political offenses,against a government, often granted before any trial orconviction.
2.Law. an act of forgiveness for past offenses, especially to aclass of persons as a whole.
3.a forgetting or overlooking of any past offense.
verb (used with object)4.to grant amnesty to; pardon.

Have you ever heard of amnesty being granted to any victims of US sanctioned enslavement?

Why is there a double standard in America?  Why are the citizens of other nations being granted equal protection, equal rights and given preference over citizens that earned the right to live and work in America.  Citizens of America should not be forced to suffer in order for citizens of other nations seeking opportunities to take advantage of the "American Dream" by breaking the laws of the land.   Black Americans are fighting without amnesty for opportunities to live the "American Dream", a dream that has been and continues to be stolen as a result of public policies that oppress and minimizes the issues of the Black community.

Apology for Slavery

The US Congress and Senate issued non-binding resolutions to apologize for US sanctioned enslavement and legal segregation.  They were both non-binding to ensure that victims had no legal standing to request compensation for the cruelty and inhumane treatment.

Note that the Senate floor was nearly empty when the resolution was made and how the House apology was not front page news.

House Apology
Senate Apology
 

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    Malcolm X said, "If you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything".  It is time for victims of US sanctioned enslavement to stand for what is right.  
    --  Yolanda Lewis

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