From The Writings of African-Americans To The World: Happy Kwanza, Merry Christmas & A Happy Prosperous New Year

Have a Happy Holidays, Happy Kwanza, Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!!!!!

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Get The Association of Marian Helpers Fall & Winter 2009 Catalog

From: Angels Do Speak!

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The Carmelite Sisters and Father Robert Elias Barcelos, OCD: 1-Day Intercessory Pilgrimage to Pray for Priests

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A Pilgrimage to Mt. Carmel in the Desert Retreat Center

39501 180th Street East, Palmdale, California 93591~(661) 264-5959~85 miles northeast of Los Angeles

240 Acres of God’s country!

www.mtcarmelinthedesert.com/Pilgrimages/

Saturday, October 24, 2009

7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

with the Carmelite Sisters and Father Robert Elias, OCD

For reservations or more information, call the Carmelite Sisters at Mt. Carmel at 661.264.5959

39501 180th St. East~Palmdale, CA 93591

www.mtcarmelinthedesert.com/Pilgrimages/

 

United Steps Presents Pedal With Me: Addressing Homelessness Effectively on December 5, 2009

On December 5, 2009 UNITED//STEPS is addressing homelessness effectively. Join them:

  • No Registration Fee
  • Free Event T-Shirt & Hat
  • Event Celebration at the Finish Line with Entertainment
  • Enjoy pre & post cycling food and refreshments

Sponsored by Bikerowave

1225 Venice Blvd.

Mar Vista, 90066

Contact: Ricardo——-ricardoquinones@hotmail.com

For more Information:

(213) 624-7837

926 S. San Pedro Street

Suite 2626

Los Angeles, CA 90015

www.unitedsteps.org

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The Writings of African-Americans®: Obama and the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize

gfx CNN Breaking News- The United States of Americanobelprize President Barack Obama has won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize.

The Writings of African-Americans®: The Pulitzer Center Gets an Emmy!!!!!

Pulitzer Center’s wins an Emmy!

Crisis Reporting By Tres Mali Scott: Out of the Shadows and Into the Highlights

 

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Braids By Tres

21 Years of Experience in braiding with synthetic hair!

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The Writings of African-Americans®: Why Is There A Black Guerilla Family/Vanguard?

j0410375 The Black Guerilla Family, also called The Black Family or The Black Vanguard, associated with  the Black Mafia, was founded by George Jackson in San Quentin Prison, Marin County, California-North San Francisco to combat “Racism” in the Prisons.

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The Writings of African-Americans®: What is Humanitarian Aid?

Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott 020 This topic is endorsed in part by the Writings of African-Americans by Tres Mali Scott on Crisis Reporting a 2nd and 3rd Place Citizen Journalist Award Winner.

Humanitarian Aid is a response to a crisis or emergency and is material, food, water, clothing, etc. assistance for saving lives, alleviating suffering, and maintaining human dignity, and does not address the underlying socioeconomic factors which lead toVegetable Bounty the crisis or emergency. Internationally,this is invoked two ways:

  1. Peacetime- Human Rights Law
  2. Armed conflict- International Humanitarian Law

International Humanitarian Law (Armed conflict) is also considered accepted Customary Law and a universal codification standard. The has the UN office for the Coordination of j0362859 Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), formed in 1991 by the General Assembly Resolution 46/182 & the Department of Humanitarian Affairs (DHA) replacing the Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief Coordinator formed in 1972. Humanitarian Aid is also called:

  • International Relief and
  • Development Aid

There are Seven Conventions and Nine Protocols that include International Humanitarian Law (Armed conflict). Conventions are defined as standard presentations and protocols are defined as, the simplest-rules governing the syntax, semantics, & synchronization of communication and the lowest protocols defines the behavior of a hardware. The conventions and protocols for International Humanitarian Law (Armed conflict) are:

  1. The of 1949.
  2. Additional Protocols of 1977, protection of victims of armed conflicts.
  3. The 1954 Convention, protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict plus its two protocols.
  4. The 1972 Biological Weapons Convention.
  5. The 1980 Conventional Weapons Convention and its five protocols.
  6. The 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention.
  7. The 1997Ottawa convention on anti-personnel mines.
  8. The 2000 Optional Protocol to the convention on the Rights of child on the involvement of children in armed conflict.

International Humanitarian Law (Armed conflict) is used:

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  • equally applied to both sides regardless of who started the fighting.

International armed conflicts are those in which at least two states are involved, the use of the word states for these purposes implies the word country is included or synonymous.

A London research released in April of 2009 stated that 122 Humanitarian Aid Worker were murdered and 260 assaulted.

Human Rights Law applies to peacetime and many of the provisions are suspended during armed conflict. The United Nations (UN)  has the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), it is the first International statement to use the term “human rights”.

The Covenant on Civil and Political Rights:

  • The right to self determination.
  • The right to own, trade, and dispose of their property freely, and not deprived of their means of subsistence.