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Reparations Matter, Part VI: Cong. Jackson Lee Retro’s HR#40 Press Release

Jan 9, 2019 Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                              Contact: Robin Chand January 7, 2019                                                                                                    202-228-3816 Press Statement Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Introduces Legislation for a Commission to Consider Reparations Proposals for Africans Americans Jackson Lee…
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Part I: The Last Civil Rights Battle

Commenting On This Union Republic Continuing Civil War, Abraham Lincoln quoting Jesus Christ/Yehusha Meshiach Identifies the USA as “a house divided against itself” (drafted 11/19/05 revised 05/05/2019) The present day matter of Reparations to the descendants of chattel slaves, Freemen,…
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The Promissory Note Objective

The nationwide Promissory Note Education Campaign, is educating what the US Constitution says about American, black citizens of the United States, Union republic whom are of the systemic-creating, 245 years, industrial institution of chattel slavery, and not that of willing…
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The Promissory Note Resolution

This commitment is to our mutually conjoined ancestors, they being the 740,000 innocent young white boys and men, including the 38,000 blacks killed, including Abraham Lincoln in the US Civil War to end chattel slavery (1861-1865) about, over and for…
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The Promissory Note Quote – MLK, Jr.

On Saturday, August 28, 1963, during the great, Washington, DC Civil Rights March and Rally in which the late Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., proclaimed on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, his now iconic, Civil Rights Movement, “I Have…
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Presidential E.O Promissory Note Proclamation

  This Presidential Executive Ordered Promissory Note Proclamation, which based on the Abraham Lincoln Emancipation Proclamation, accomplishes the following, of which details can be later shared with your staff: Stimulates national, deep and needed, cordial-civil discussions on the merits of…
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