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April 9, 2020 at 2:27 am #15823Tabia Mawusi Dey AliParticipant
Clarion Call to The Feet
The Mend A City Movement recognizes that racism is a team sport, and it is the business of white supremacy. Like it or not we live in a white supremacy system. IAMN is an eclectic array of religion, class, and political belief. The Mend A City Movement respects and welcomes all belief systems. Whilst there are many areas where we may differ we must identify that we are unified in our Blackness. And unless or until we can agree to disagree for the greater good of our children and our children’s children our enemy (white supremacy) will continue with their agenda for IAMN .
G: There are several experts in economics, organizational management, political science, civil engineering, social services, business, education, psychology, and technology. The Mend A City Movement calls all conscious brothers and sisters in IAMN , anyone interested in being a part of the strategic planning of an Agenda for IAMN to come ready with a list of questions to be discussed openly and honestly. This is a progressive movement designed to discuss and develop a strategic agenda over a specified period of time to reach an objective by a specified date. Set Date for The Mend A City Movement Convention
This call lines up with the Political Action, Press & Publicity, and Membership Committees and must have representation from all committees. This call is the center of the wheel that every spoke (committee) stems out to and together they are the wheel that moves this Mend A City Movement forward into action.This is where the plan comes together. This is the Call for CHANGE and The Mend A City Movement Convention Summit Meeting. Bringing IAMN together; making the call to Unify, introducing and uniting businesses; entertaining and educating IAMN , strategizing an IAMN Agenda and introducing it to all cities that have IAMN communities that have accepted The Mend A City Challenge.
The people who serve on this committee are ready for change and committed to devising an agenda and carrying out a plan of action that creates multiples of positive outcomes for IAMN families and communities across the United States and the Americas.
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