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It seems like in parts of Today's Society, there is still this Mysterious and Illusivve Part of Presenting History that is still rarely taught or disscussed or not even known to a percentage of people.
There are some people who know what the title is about...There are some who know, just a piece of whats its about...There are some who never have heard of "Juneteeth"
At the same time, there are a percentage of personnel who perhaps have not been presented with the other than just "Is was about this" and that's all. That does not tell the other parts of Juneteeth and the Reality of the "Emancipation Proclamation"
Thiis is a Show that definiately will give some Good Knowledge to the Topic of "Juneteeth and The Emancipation Proclamation"
This is gonna be a good one, folks. Join us for a 2hr jam-session in law and freedom concepts as we invite Beachhouse Jim aka. Jim Hebin and Boris Erickson of iamsomedude.com to reveal their recent mega-discoveries and how these new freedom solutions are working out in real-time in courts and in people's lives. Jim and Boris are like a "force of nature" when they combine their legal knowledge and procedural know-how to teach others the most important final steps in the Freedom Process of Emancipation.
Subjects to be covered:
~The Emergency Banking Act - 3/9/33- The Day America Went Bankrupt
~Trading With The Enemy Act/ War Powers Act
~ Americans as "Enemies of the State"
~ Martial Law Wartime Jurisdiction
~The Leiber Code
~HJR-192, Treasury Direct Accounts and "Accepted for Value"
~Public Insurance Policy 12USC95a Part 2
~ Completing the Usufruct
~Reversionary Interest Law
~Assigning Reversionary Interest
~The New Frontier Discharge
~The Path of the Peaceful Inhabitant
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OUR REALIZATION OF THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION AMONGST OUR CURRENT LIFE SITUATIONS, CIRCUMSTANCES, AND CONDITIONS!
In honor of the 150 anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, we interview Rev. Dennis Dillon, publisher of the New York Christian Times, visionary and chief researcher behind New York Economic State of Black New York. The Naked Truth is the talk show targeting young, independent-thinking adults who don't mind their news on art, faith and culture delivered with an ascorbic twist. Hosted by Tiffani Knowles and Crystal Dundas.
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Things you know.
The Low informational voter.
Those who no nothing about their government.
Those who refuse to be a part of the solution.
Those who are afraid to go into business for themselves.
Are we that dumb?
Smart Quiz Question/What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
In this episode of EGUA Marketplace, we examine economic development in the context of independence and Amansesew - Nationbuilding/Restoration. We examine the Gullah Wars, often mislabeled the 'Seminole Wars'. Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) established their independence from enslavement and waged a military campaign against the united states government which lasted for decades. The Gullah Wars were a major factor in forcing the whites and their offspring to accept abolition and emancipation.
We examine our publication:
HOODOO PEOPLE: Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North America - Akan Custodians of Hoodoo from Ancient Hoodoo/Udunu Land (Khanit/Nubia)
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
Our nation’s prison population has more than quintupled,” she said. “And this is due largely to the war on drugs and the ‘get tough’ movement. The drug war has been waged almost exclusively in poor communities of color even though studies have consistently shown now for decades that contrary to popular belief, people of color are no more likely to use or sell illegal drugs than whites, but by waging this drug war almost exclusively in poor communities of color, we’ve now created a vast new racial under-caste.”
One hundred and fifty years after the Emancipation Proclamation, the progress made by African-Americans is undeniable–which is why statistics about incarceration in the black community can be so shocking. In 2011 there were more African-Americans in prison or “under the watch” of the justice system than were enslaved in the United .