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End Racism: Confront Social Injustice

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We are a collaborative grassroots organization that challenges social injustice through community organizing fundraising and the stimulation of critical thinking aimed at ending systematic racism and oppression. It is our ultimate desire to initiate and cultivate healing and reconciliation.

Over the last 30 years, statics have revealed a clear divide between 10-50 percentile of wage earners and those who fall within the 50-90 percentile. For example, corporate executives make 185 times more than the factory worker today, compared to only 24 times more in 1965. To further complicate this problem, 50% of Blacks fell at or below the 50 percentile (31,000 a year) income bracket, opposed to 34% of their White non-Hispanic counterparts.  In other words, the disparity of income between Black Americans and White non-Hispanics is continuing to widen–further strengthening the oppressive stronghold.

Not surprisingly, These trends repeat themselves at alarming rates in every sphere of development and care, such as; education, healthcare, home-ownership, retirement income, insurance, etc. Lack of sufficient resources plays a significant role in the ability for individuals and families to effectively compete for and attain the types of jobs that would allow them to move beyond the 50 percentile ceiling–not to mention the rising costs of secondary education.

It is time to rise above the noise and rhetoric of those who have the power to act but have not. It’s time to carve a new path for our country. Our nation is hurting and in need of healing on so many levels. We will no longer stand idly by while countless acts of injustice are knowingly, or unknowingly perpetrated on people of color. We must work while we heal. 

We are determined more now than ever to confront social injustice through the organization of like-minded individuals to serve and raise funds for organizations that have dedicated their mission to this cause. Additionally, we will make every effort to inform and educate those who are still blind to the ways that racism has infused our everyday life experience. We desire to expose and rid ourselves of years of racist indoctrination. We know that we did not get here overnight, and we recognize that it will take time and effort to bring about lasting change. Nevertheless, we rise to the challenge. We ask that you join us as we have much work to do a

Help Put an End to Racism and Systematic Oppression!

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Over the last 30 years, statics have been clear. There is an apparent divide between 10-50 percentile of wage earners and those who fall within the 50-90 percentile. For example, CEOs make 185 times more than the factory worker today compared to only 24 times more in 1965. Additionally, according to the same study, 50% of black wage earners make $31,000 a year or less (50 percentile), compared to only 34% of their Caucasian, non-Hispanic counterparts.

Not surprisingly, these trends repeat themselves at alarming rates in every significant sphere of development and care, such as; education, healthcare, home-ownership, retirement income, insurance, etc. Lack of sufficient resources plays a vital role in the ability for individuals and families to effectively compete for and attain the types of jobs that would allow them to move beyond the 50-percentile ceiling–not to mention the rising costs of secondary education.

The residual effects of systematic oppression resulting from the ignorance and arrogance of racist views have left our country with a devastating paradox. First, we have to admit that many of the people who led this great nation over the past 200 years, did so under the distorted perception of white supremacy masked as capitalism. Unfortunately, this happened at the expense of a people who still figuratively bear the scars on their backs, ankles and necks from the middle passage, chattel slavery, and the Jim Crowe era. On the other hand, without the help, support, and cooperation of whites, blacks are left paralyzed by the trauma of the past without sufficient resources, both human and financial, to bring about the necessary change effectively. A segregated approach, albeit, appealing to many, will only deepen the divide–instigating lifelong wounds and stereotypical misconceptions.

Indeed, it is time to rise above the noise and carve a new path. We must face the tears, and the root thereof–face-to-face, side-by-side. After all, it is where we have been that will show us where we must not go again. It is what we experienced that gives way to wisdom to change the things we can, accept the things that we can't, and develop a keen eye for the difference between them.

Today, more than ever, we need to let the healing begin. But unfortunately, You can't heal what you can't feel. So, it's not time to build walls but instead, tear them down. It's not vengeance that we need but redemption instead. It's time to let empathy open our ears and close our mouths, as we allow the cleansing tears shed for the loss of life and opportunity to flow. It's time for the ideals that we preach about to become our way of life.

Therefore, together, let these be the principles that govern our forward march. Let the discoveries of a humbled nation initiate the dawn of a new day. Release the HEALING to flow like a raging river of medicinal balm. Call forth the FREEDOM ring–shattering the sound of the shackled mind. Let COLLABORATION and JUBILEE give way to a new PARTNERSHIP, birthing demonstrations of UNITY and BROTHERHOOD. Let the REDEMPTION of a nation born again, reestablish the value of LIBERTY and JUSTICE for ALL. Let FORGIVENESS begin with the man or woman in the mirror surrendering to heartfelt REPENTANCE. Only then, can we be reconciled, not to the forefathers of this country, but to the God who birthed those ideals through those defective human souls? Then RECONCILIATION can exist in the truth of who we are today–Not ALL good, Not ALL bad, but long overdue from not just saying that we are sorry, but admitting that we were wrong and then going a step further and making that wrong right.

So, then, let us sing together, that song of Freedom, with lyrics built on the whole truth. Let that truth be our difference-maker, the reality of our shared experience, why such atrocities still occur, and what we are going to do about it today. Let us look one another square in the eye, fully seeing–who we really are–with our faults and assets. Then, let us raise our brows to the God who brought us together and embark upon the path to root out the tentacles of racism, and the demonic view of ordained division from the core of our nation. Together, let's lift every voice in a song of thanksgiving and victory. For victory is at hand because we shall be silent NO MORE!

So, then, let us sing together, that song of Freedom, with lyrics built on the whole truth. Let that truth be our difference-maker, the reality of our shared experience, why such atrocities still occur, and what we are going to do about it today. Let us look one another square in the eye, fully seeing–who we really are–with our faults and assets. Then, let us raise our brows to the God who brought us together and embark upon the path to root out the tentacles of racism, and the demonic view of ordained division from the core of our nation. Together, let's lift every voice in a song of thanksgiving and victory. For victory is at hand because we shall be silent NO MORE!

This petition demands the condemnation of all acts of racism and the prosecution of those determined to be involved in criminal acts or hate crimes directly associated with racism. We also demand transparency and community oversight of financial disbursements to disadvantaged communities stifled from the impacts of racist policies and their subsequent implementation. Furthermore, when confronted with racism and its divisive actions or unfair practices, we ask that our public officials accept the challenge of speaking up, speaking out, and initiating change policies.

We also invite you to support our volunteer and fundraising efforts to eradicate racist thinking and behaviors from our society. We strongly believe that together we can create the change we need. We kindly ask you to sign the prepared template email of Expanding Minds and People Organized and Working to End Racism (EM | Power) to send a quick note to your local government officials.

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Below is a list of individuals who have determined that they will no longer be silent–enough is enough. Join this effort to be silent no more and let your voice be heard when it matters the most.

3 Ms Alyssa G. Wexford United States Oct 21, 2020
2 Mr Dre J. Pittsburgh ?? Aug 24, 2020
1 Mr Melvin C. West Palm Beach United States Jul 14, 2020
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