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Announcement :: Human Rights
The Black Holocaust; A Day of Remembrance
23 Oct 2006
NOTE: During the past 400 years more than 220,000,000 Blacks have been affected by the negative impact of slavery in America. The Black Holocaust is a time for us to pause in silence to remember the more than 40,000,000 Blacks that suffered horrible deaths due to torture, were raped, beaten, murdered, lynched, or died in the Atlantic crossing.
THE BLACK HOLOCAUST
A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE



The Black Holocaust began in Africa and has continued in America for 400 years where over 40,000,000 blacks were enslaved, beaten, tortured, murdered, raped, lynched, suffered horrible deaths and drowned in the Atlantic crossing to build the fortunes of a new nation. The Three Strikes Law is the latest chapter of the Black Holocaust; prisons instead of jobs.

We need to keep these 40,000,000 blacks in remembrance for all time and not let our children ever forget who they were. We will set aside February 4th of Black History Month as a national and international day of observance.

On February 4, 2007 we shall honor their memory, starting at 6PM until 6AM the following morning, for 12 hours. There will be no eating, no sports, no recreation, no television, no work and no outside activities, this will be a time to spend with our families and children to remember these 40,000,000 blacks that lost there lives in the Black Holocaust.

WE MUST NEVER FORGET WHO THEY WERE AND WHO WE ARE


NOTE: During the past 400 years more than 220,000,000 Blacks have been affected by the negative impact of slavery in America. The Black Holocaust is a time for us to pause in silence to remember the more than 40,000,000 Blacks that suffered horrible deaths due to torture, were raped, beaten, murdered, lynched, or died in the Atlantic crossing.



STEWART A. ALEXANDER

stewartalexander4paf (at) comcast.net

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