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Obama gives minority veterans medals long over due.

Injustice, Racism and evil Captialistic Society have been against Black Males & Black Farmers.

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Changing the Whitehouse from the outside to the peoples house on the inside.

And studying our history since mankind. To know who we are is to know the God that is in us. And teaching it in the pulpit.

 

Who Brought Slaves to America?

White Jews and Europeans catholic.

The voyage, which a holocaust begun on 1492.

We lost control to conquer sin, racism, injustice of evil since.

 

 

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Columbus was accompanied by five 'maranos' (Jews who had foresworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics), Luis de Torres, interpreter, Marco, the surgeon, Bemal, the physician, Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez.

 

Fighting for Equality

 

 

After 267 years, a prophet was born the first legislature breakthrough began.

Paul Cuffe was born in 1759 on the island of Cuttyhunk, near New Bedford, Massachusetts. He went to sea at sixteen, returned home after a few years, and settled on a farm. He began building his own sailing vessels and embarked on a highly successful career as a shipowner. When he was about twenty-one, Cuffe, his brother, and five other African-Americans petitioned the legislature, vowing they would not pay taxes until they were granted the same rights as white Massachusetts citizens. The law­makers agreed and passed a law giving equal rights, including the right to vote, to Cuffe and all other African-Americans in Massachusetts.

 

 

The United States Citizen Voters Civil Rights Legal Defense

 

This is a community based political and educational focused organization. This is a non-profit organization. This organization is designed to operate across a forty county middle Georgia service area.  The central office for this organization will be P.O.  BOX 1427 MARIETIA, GA. 30061. This organization will set up satellite offices in each of the forty counties service area. The organization structure will be determined by the central office.  This organization will provide the following services:

  1. Campaign Material Distribution.
  2. Get Out The Vote Mobilization Effort.
  3. Campaign Strategies and meetings.
  4. Political Rallies.
  5. Professional Minority Political Advisor.
  6. Telephone Operators (Political Telephone Campaigning and Networking).
  7. Community Base Political Forums, and Town Hall Meetings.
  8. Free Legal Representation in Civil Rights Violation cases only.

 

Paul Cuffe

Ship Captain, Merchant, and Abolitionist

Born: January 17, 1759 

Birthplace: Cuttyhunk Island, Massachusetts

 

Best known as:

The richest African American of the early 18th century

Name at birth: Paul Slocum

 

Paul Cuffe was born in colonial Massachusetts as a free black. Cuffe's mother was an American Indian and his father had been brought to the New World from Africa as a slave, but managed to obtain his freedom. At age 16, Cuffe became a sailor on whaling and cargo ships. Over time, he rose to the rank of captain and eventually owned his own fleet. He became a highly successful merchant, and the wealthiest African American of his time. A devout Quaker, Cuffe was an ardent abolitionist and worked to end the slave trade. His ships were staffed exclusively with African Americans. Cuffe also ardently believed in the “Back to Africa” colonization campaign. In 1815 he sailed for the colony of Sierra Leone in Africa with 38 free blacks aboard. There he created a successful homestead for them, a project he personally financed.

 

Cuffe became politically active in his early 20s. In 1780, against the backdrop of the American Revolution, Cuffe led a group of free blacks to petition the Massachusetts government either to give African Americans and Native Americans voting rights or cease taxing them. Although the petition failed to sway the Massachusetts General Court (legislature) the campaign helped pave the way for creation of a new Constitution in 1783 which granted equality to all Massachusetts citizens.

 

Cuffe, who married at the age of 25, was a devout and evangelical Quaker who early on developed a reputation as a philanthropist. He donated the funds to create a school in his hometown of Westport, Massachusetts, and was supportive of other educational endeavors. A staunch opponent of slavery and the slave trade, he united with other emancipated African Americans in the Northern states in their abolitionist campaigns, using his Quaker connections with sympathetic co-religionists to support his efforts.

Cuffe, first a whaling ship captain, eventually became a ship owner, operating a number of vessels which sailed between ports along the coast of Massachusetts. By 1811 he was reputedly the wealthiest African American in the United States and the largest employer of free African Americans.  Despite his commercial success, Cuffe became increasingly disillusioned with the racial status of African Americans, and believed the creation of an independent African nation led by returnees from the United States offered the best prospects for free blacks and for African modernization.

 

Inspired by British abolitionists who had established Sierra Leone, Cuffe began to recruit blacks to emigrate to the fledgling colony. On January 2, 1811, he launched his first expedition to Sierra Leone, sailing with an all-African American crew to Freetown.  While there Cuffe helped to establish “The Friendly Society of Sierra Leone,” a trading organization run by African Americans who had returned to West Africa. Cuffe and others hoped the success of this enterprise would generate a mass emigration of free blacks to West Africa who, once there, would evangelize the Africans, establish business enterprises, and work to abolish slavery. 

 

In 1815 Cuffe led 38 African American colonists to Sierra Leone.  The colonists established new homes and integrated into the small community of former English residents and refugees from Nova Scotia.  Cuffe hoped to organize larger groups of black emigrants.  Cuffe’s efforts, however, were soon eclipsed by the larger and much better funded American Colonization Society, founded in 1816, which promoted a similar scheme that eventually created the colony of Liberia.  As white and black Americans debated the merits of the ACS’s mass emigration program, Cuffe’s earlier efforts were soon eclipsed.

 

In 1780 he and his brother John petitioned the Massachusetts government either to give African and Native Americans the right to vote or to stop taxing them. The petition was denied, but the case helped pave the way for the 1783 Massachusetts Constitution, which gave equal rights and privileges to all (male) citizens of the state. This is a transcript of the petition submitted to the Masschusetts legislature. by Paul Cuffe

 

 

SKYGLORY COMMUNICATION

 

 

NATURAL SCIENCE AND LIBERATION, FOR EQUAL JUSTICE AND REMEDIES FOR THE WORLD OF GOD'S MIXED RACES, AMERICAN AFRICAN NATIVITY, INDIANS, HISPANICS, ASIANS, AND EUROPEANS, AFRICAN AMERICANS IS ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD.

 

GOD'S PLAN: COMMUNICATING FOR TEACHING AND LIBERATION.FOR HEALING.

Helping mankind to know the truth through learning:

 

 

The following lessons are revolutionary; they present an entirely scientific guideline for GOD's overall plan. The purpose is to understand God's presence with us and to develop wellness for a healthy body, mind, and spirit, to love and forgive, and repent sins while living Holy. To love mankind regardless of ethnicity; through God's unconditional love, that will eliminate resentment and be an ethical person of God.

 

HAVE A UNITED MISSION

 

Friday at 6pm having a revival banquet celebration.

SPIRITUAL PREPARATION LEADERSHIP WITH A SENSE OF PURPOSE MEETING 10 AM, Saturday

1.   Helping people achieve their ,Goals

2.   Relationship, Building with opportunities

3.   IT IS A TESTIMONY:

In this meeting, I'm going to tell you how we can bless God

Look for people who want to do something for God

Eph 4: 13 "Till we all come in the unity of Faith, and of the knowledge of the son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of fullness of Christ"?

4.   TELL US YOUR PERSONAL TESTIMONY JESUS GAVE HIS TESTIMONY (JOHN 3:16)

 

 

 

 

SKYGLORY COMMUNICATION

P.O.  BOX 1427

MARIETIA. GA. 30061

 

USA HOMELESS AND VETERANS OUTREACH MISSION

USHVOM

 

PURPOSE:

 

The purpose of the Georgia Homeless and Veterans Outreach Mission is to meet the needs of the Homeless citizens and U.S. veterans in the state of Georgia, by maintaining regional missions across the state of Georgia. GHVOM goal is to help meet the need of the homeless population of our state, by providing temporary housing for the homeless population. GHVOM will also work hard to identify, and meet the needs of our homeless U.S veterans’ population, by providing temporary (Transitional) housing for the homeless population. GHVOM will also provide transportation for the veterans, for the purpose of V.A. appointments, etc. This work will be done in phases, with satellites centers across the state of Georgia. Our program will also provide Mental Health Services/Referral services for our clients.

 

 

1. VETERANS APPLICATIN  PROCESS

2. SCREENING PROCESS

3. SPRITIUAL COUNSELING

 

 

l. Identify homeless U.S. veterans across the state of Georgia, by concentrating our efforts thru regional approaches.

 

2. Provide necessary shelter for the homeless U.S. veterans, while providing additional transitional services.

 

3. Provide necessary shelter for the homeless population of our state, by concentrating our efforts thru regional approaches.

 

4. Provide necessary affordable transportation service to the homeless population.

 

 

 

UNITED MISSION RESCUE

P.O. BOX 1427

MARIETTA, GA. 30061

 

GEORGIA HOMELESS AND VETERANS OUTREACH MISSION

 

PURPOSE:

The purpose of the Georgia Homeless and Veterans Outreach Mission is to meet the needs of the Homeless citizens and U.S. veterans in the state of Georgia, by maintaining regional mission across the state of Georgia. GHVOM goal is to help meet the need the homeless population of our state, by providing temporary housing for the homeless population. GHVOM will also work hard to identify, and meet the of our homeless U.S. veterans population, by providing temporary (Transitional) housing for the homeless population. GHVOM will also provide transportation for the veterans, for the purpose of V.A. appointments, etc.

 

 

 

GOALS:

  1. Identify homeless U.S. veterans across the State of Georgia, by concentration our efforts thru regional approaches.

  2. Provide necessary shelter for the homeless U.S. veterans, while providing additional transitional services.

  3. Provide necessary shelter for the homeless population of our state, by concentration on efforts thru regional

  4. Provide necessary affordable transportation service to the homeless population of our state.

  5. Provide affordable transportation services for the general public.

  6. Establish and maintain statewide, regional food banks for the purpose of providing necessary food for the homeless population, and homeless U.S. veteran population across the state of Georgia.

  7. Establish and maintain veteran homes across the state of Georgia, for the homeless U.S. veteran population.

 

PROJECTS:

1.  HOSPICE ON WHEELS: THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE HOSPICE SERVICES FOR THOSE IN NEED, BY BRING THE SERVICES TO THE HOME OF THE GUEST.

2.  OTISTRANSAMERICA: THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC, WHILE ALSO PROVIDING SERVICES FOR THE HOMELESS POPULATION, AND HOMELESS U.S. VETERAN POPULATION.

3.   GEORGIA HOMELESS AND U.S. VETERAN OUTREACH MISSION:

THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR THE HOMELESS POPULATION OF OUR STATE THRU A REGIONAL APPROACH. THIS PROJECT WILL ALSO PROVIDE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR OUR HOMELESS U.S. VETERAN POPULATION.