AMERICAN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

AMERICAN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (Adopted at the third plenary session, held on June 15, 2016) THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, RECALLING the contents of resolution AG/RES. 2867 (XLIV-O/14), “Draft American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,” as well as all the previous resolutions on this issue; RECALLING also the “Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples in the Americas,” document AG/DEC. 79 (XLIV-O/14), which reaffirms that progress in promoting and effectively protecting the rights of the indigenous peoples of the Americas is a priority for the…

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The Term Negro May Have Been Meant For American Indians

6 Shocking Facts About Slavery, Natives and African Americans 1619, the year slavery was born, or was it? Vincent Schilling • September 12, 2017 The Joseph Jenkins Roberts Center at Norfolk State University (NSU) held a conference called 1619: The Making of America in September of 2013. That year is historically significant because it was the first year Africans were brought to the colonies, slavery was born and it was the year America’s first legislative body was founded. In an admirable gesture to honor all of the cultural relations happening in the America’s in…

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Paper Genocide of Native American Indians

Paper Genocide of Native American Indians: Walter Plecker   Paper Genocide: Since the beginnings of the African slave trade in America many Native persons unfortunately, to the detriment of Native Heritage, were being listed as Black, Mulatto, Negro or just lumped together as “Colored” which did not allow for a distinction between us and Africans on paper. In the slavery days being listed as negro was done to our Native people in order for white slave owners to keep an ample supply of enslaved Africans. Many blood Natives have lost…

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Formal Black Relationships

The difference between formal and none formal is the degree in which we take something serious. Formality comes with rituals and ceremonies that defines the meaning and purpose of the event and connect’s it to historical significance. The problem we face today is we lost formality in our relationships in both monogamous and polygamous relationships. Formality comes through a cultural construct that outlines duties and purpose as a means to establish accountability. In today’s world No one wants to be accountable. The foundation to any society or nation is family…

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Vangu Cleansing Rituals

The importance of spiritual cleansing. There are many energies that we all come across while going about our daily lives whether we are aware of it or not. Some are more positive and leave us feeling refreshed, inspired, loved, grateful and with an optimistic outlook. These energies are in the highest vibration column when referring to the levels of vibration. In addition, there exist energies of contrast that leave us feeling drained, overwhelmed, and even depressed. These energies cause anxiety, fear, guilt etc. They are found in the lower columns…

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HISTORY OF THE CALIFORNIA BLACKS NATION CALIFIANS (KHALIFIANS) THE FIRST AMERICANS

.They manipulate our history books; the history books are not true; it’s a lie. The history books are lying, you need to know that, you must know that.’  — Michael Jackson BOOKSEURWEB ORIGINAL CONTENTFEATURED ARTICLESIN FOCUSLIVINGNEWSOTHER NEWSPHOTOSRACESLIDERSOCIETYURBAN EDUCATIONURBAN LIVINGURBAN NEWS58 COMMENTS199450 VIEWS Photo of Indigenous Americans – black native Americans *According to, author James W. Loewen in his best selling book “Lies My Teacher Told Me,” virtually none of  the body of knowledge,  as taught in  school curricula and World History, has an ounce of truth. (Regarding the American Holiday: Thanksgiving) The idea that Europeans brought…

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MLK Celebration

Join the High Desert Black Heritage Committee January 15th 2018 for their annual Martin Luther King Day program at Victor Valley College, Victor Valley College 18422 Bear Valley Rd, Victorville, California 92395.  Their will be song, dance and a whole lot of fun for the whole family. SAVE THE DATE Black Heritage Committee Presents: 2018 High Desert Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Victor Valley College 18422 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 Monday, January 15th 2018 3:00p.m. – 5:00p.m. FREE EVENT TO THE PUBLIC Sponsored by: McKay’s Family Mortuary

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Native American Negro Leadership  

It’s time to stop basing our agenda on the bases of others and move to be our own foundation. First order is classification on what a Black American is, Aboriginal and Native American are your first class of Black Americans, Second is the admixture of African Slaves and the first class of which both classes have mingle so, blood wise there is no difference. The original description of the American Negro is of a dark copper color, much like the “Ethiopians”. The fact of the untold story Black Folk was…

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The State Of Black America

How you view yourself is how you treat yourself. We choose our own fate and destiny by the way we see ourselves in the world. If you see yourself only having a job you would never aspire to have your own business, so what you think is relevant to what you do. The mind is like the genii bottle, be careful how you rub it because whatever you ask of it, it will make manifest good or bad. It was once said, if you can control a man’s mind you…

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