Since when did waiting for the Government to do for Us become a thing?
WE CAN DO FOR OURSELVES! CANT WE?
Historical events, tradiegies, inspired the moments in the history of this world. Unfortunately many of these moments continue to exist today.
Our goal is not to blame, but to take Action!
We want to encourage and empower people to help build a world where we can transition from dialogue to solutionizing.
From Humanitarian Issues to Ecological Issues to even issues of Justice we believe there is a time for conversation and a time for Action.
Let's start by looking at the past to learn where we are headed
Criminal System of Injustice
SUPREME COURT CHIEF JUSTICE Robert B. Tany:
Ruled that all people of African ancestry- slaves as well as those that are free - could never become citizens of the United States and therefore could not sue in federal court. The court also ruled that the federal government did not have the power to prohibit slavery in its territories because it deprived citizens of their constitutional protections of their property.
Dred Scott Vs. Sanford
1833: Dred Scott sold to Dr. John Emerson in Missouri
1843: Dred Scott's owner dies after residing in the free state of Louisianna (Wisconson). Scott sued his master's widow for his freedom since living in a free state
1858: Mr. Dred Scott dies.
Lincon Elected As President
Civil War began after South Carolina seceded from the union.
After the Civil War the Black Codes of the 1860s, and later the Jim Crow Laws were intended to deny the African Americans of political and social rights granted during reconstruction. Notably Plessy Vs. Fergeson (1896).
The 13th RED Amendment:
abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime
The 14th Amendment:
Was claimed to establish an aim for equality between the races, but not intended to abolish the distinctions based on color. It was an unreasonable law due to the fact that states could legally seperate by races in the excersise of their police powers!