We have been unable to post for the past five months due to being ignored. Conducting an investigation into wrong doing and misconduct, I have been under attack.
Attempts to obtain information from local and federal agencies has produce lost U.S. mail request, FOIA as well as compromise personal emails for a number accounts. There are other incidents which need not be posted at this time.
This tell me I must be in the right space. However dangerous I will continue my effort to bring correct evidence base information which represent tort activity by local, state, federal employees and management relating to public health.
I welcome your input and sense of community proactive caring by contacting this media person. It is your support in this area that will produce true results.
LBJ was the second President who directly supported increasing the citizenship of Black Americans. Prior to his intervention and prompting congress to pass the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964. American Blacks were only two-thirds American citizens. The world was taking notice, ” is America truly a country were all men and women are equal.” We seem to be still working on that. Thanks to all the brave citizens who stood up to domestic terrorism, along with world opinion. This was the force that produced change fifty years ago.
President Obama stated during his address at the National Action Network convention in New York City, Friday April 18th. We must become motivated and proactive to protecting our gains as citizens for there are elements in our country that would like to turn back the clock. It is up to you, the citizen to maintain voting rights among other civil rights laws pass over the years. The message is out. Thanks for stopping by and continue good health. (this posting was updated and blog again)
Thanks for the autograph.