“House of Blues” Art Wood Carvings by Ernest McCalman: The Black & African Art Museum TWOAA: The Writings African~Americans®

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What Has Happened In Africa Is Now Worldwide–China to Russia: The Writings of African-Americans®

 Tres Mali Scott a Pulitzer Center CitThe Writings of African-Americans®izen Journalist:
Tres Mali Scott a Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist: The Writings of African-Americans®

This Topic is Endorsed by Angels Do Speak!® Tres Mali Scott a Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist

International Humanitarian Law violations, Human Rights violations, and genocide are not exclusive to Africa. China and Russia have also demonstrated the beginnings of “Abuses”:

  • Removal of Human Rights Activists,
  • Deforestation, and
  • Undefined medical issues in the general populations of these countries.

Inhumane treatment and use  of civilians, non-miltary (the general public) as human shields during wartime are considered International Humanitarian Law violations and those covering up and turning their heads are in violation of Resposibility to Protect (RtoP or R2P).

The Cuban missle crisis’ missles are from their ally Russia, The USSR, or The Soviet Union, which ever name is date appropriate. And as a result of drug sales and “drug lord” fighting, Cuba participates in high levels of terrorist and para-terrorist activities.

To add to that, the diversity in skin color and ethnic appearance in Cuba also hides much of its “international terror”.

 Map of Cuba:What Has Happened In Africa Is Now Worldwide--China to Russia: The Writings of African-Americans®
Map of Cuba:What Has Happened In Africa Is Now Worldwide–China to Russia: The Writings of African-Americans®

The country has people that look Black (like an American Negro), White (like an American Caucasian), and Hispanic (like an American of Spanish descent). This makes it more difficult to identify International Humanitarian Law violations, Human Rights violations, and R2P violations.

Deforestaion Yunnan, China From Angels Do Speak!® on TMSC International® Management & Leadership Update 2012 New Country With the Same Old Problem: China’s Deforestation on Angels Do Speak!®

In conclusion:

On Earth, we use photosynthesis to breathe. If we do not have enough plant life, we will die. The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without the plants. The deforestation in Zimbabwe means reduced plant life, reduced natural resources, and at the National Parks reduced jobs.

                                                                                                   Tres Mali Scott

Genocide in Rwanda Africa’s violent history: From National Geographic: ■The Black & African Art Museum of TWOAA®: The Writings of African-Americans®

Genocide in Rwanda Africa’s violent history: From National Geographic ■The Black & African Art Museum of TWOAA®: The Writings of African-Americans®
Scarred Head of a Rwandan man: From National Geographic

Africa’s Violent History of Slavery!

From American slavery to the genocide in Rwanda,  Africa’s violent history. Like Israel being called the people of God, the United States of American is considered a “Super Power”. The violent end of a history of violent slavery, the use of the law & ethics, and continued education has removed the physical bands of slavery. Higher education removes the mental bands. And now we work to help other countries to live civilized, with laws that follow International Human Rights.

Some of Them are of African Disporia: Are They Allowed To Kill Any Negro They Want?: T. Martin’s Death? Murder or Self-Defense of Zimmerman? Our Black Families Face…?: A Black-American Experience!®

Are They Allowed To Kill Any Negro They Want?: T. Martin’s Death? Murder or Self-Defense of Zimmerman? Our Black Families Face…?: A Black-American Experience!®

Are They Allowed To Kill Any Negro They Want?: T. Martin's Death? Murder or Self-Defense of Zimmerman? Our Black Families Face...?: A Black-American Experience!® This article is endorsed by A Black-American Experience!®  by Tres Mali Scott on Crisis Reporting a 2nd and 3rd Place Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist Award Winner & Best Blogs 2010 by blogged in Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott for The Writings of African-Americans

Tres Mali on A Black-American Experience!®

Our “Black Families” face everyday:

  • Racism,
  • Maintainance of our existing support and educational systems, and
  • Creating new support and educational systems.

Because of racism and experiences like T. Martin and Zimmerman, Historically Black education facilities have been built and will continue to be built. Our “Black Families” also have the right to educate free from intimidation and harassment.  This case, remember is the State of Flordia vs. Zimmerman, and in order to correct civil wrongs, the system that is in place can be used. Also remember, that if the system does not work, then we use the law to correct this as well.

An example of the importance of maintaining and  creating new educational systems is the school closing of  a historically Black-American College, Bishop College. Many of my family members (Parkers and Singletons) attended this college in the 1930s & 1940s.

Bishop College was a historically black college, founded in Marshall, Texas, United States, and later moved to Dallas, Texas, that operated from 1881 to 1988. The college was founded by the Baptist Home Mission Society in 1881 as the result of a movement to build a college for African-American Baptists. The movement was started by Nathan Bishop, who had been the superintendent of several major school systems in New England. Baylor University President Rufus C. Burleson secured a pledge of $25,000 from Judge Bishop during a meeting of the National Baptist Education Society meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to start the college. A committee of Baptist ministers from East Texas selected a location in Marshall, on land belonging to the Holcomb Plantation, Wyalucing.[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_College)

For its first several decades, Bishop’s faculty and administration largely consisted of white people. The first African-American to be president was Joseph J. Rhoads, who assumed the leadership role in 1929 and remained through the

Are They Allowed To Kill Any Negro They Want?: T. Martin's Death? Murder or Self-Defense of Zimmerman? Our Black Families Face...?: A Black-American Experience!® Bishop College was a historically black college, founded in Marshall, Texas, United States, and later moved to Dallas, Texas, that operated from 1881 to 1988. The college was founded by the Baptist Home Mission Society in 1881 as the result of a movement to build a college for African-American Baptists.

Bishop College Marshall, Texas

Great Depression and World War II.[2] During his presidency, Bishop phased out its high school programs and placed emphasis on its new two-year ministerial program. During the 1930s and 1940s the ministerial program evolved into the Lacy Kirk Williams Institute, which attracted national attention; its attendants included the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rev. Jesse Jackson. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_College)

In 1961, after receiving a grant from the Hoblitzelle Foundation, Bishop moved to a 360-acre (1.5 km2) campus in Dallas. In Dallas, enrollments increased, peaking at almost 2,000 students around 1970.[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_College)

The college closed in 1988 after a financial scandal led to the revocation of its accreditation, as well as its eligibility to receive funds from charities such as the United Negro College Fund. The campus, purchased in 1990 by Comer S. Cottrell, is now the site of Paul Quinn College.[3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_College)

In 2006, the president of Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky proposed a plan to Bishop College alumni to make Georgetown their adopted alma mater. Georgetown offers scholarships to children or grandchildren of Bishop alumni or students nominated by Bishop alumni. Upon graduation, these students receive diplomas with the name and insignia of Bishop College. Georgetown president William H. Crouch Jr. hopes the program will help the college reach its goal of increasing minority enrollment to 25% by 2012.[4 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop_College)

Civil Rights laws that allow education free from harassment and intimidation in the United States of American also have an International equaliant, International Human Rights Laws from The Writings of African-Americans®: The Four Geneva Conventions of 1949: International Humanitarian Law. And when issues like these occur, not everyone is an American, and The Responsibility to Protect may also apply to America for Americans. The Writings of African-Americans®: What is Responsibility to Protect (RtoP or R2P)?

 We also have a personal responsibility to protect our children, spouses, family, and communities.  Many of our “Black Families” are of African Disporia.

The Historically Black Newspaper The Los Angeles Sentinel’s front page shows this tragedy in full color and black & white. With comments from President Barack

The Historically Black Newspaper The Los Angeles Sentinel’s front page shows this tragedy in full color and black & white. With comments from President Barack

Are They Allowed To Kill Any Negro They Want?: T. Martin's Death? Murder or Self-Defense of Zimmerman? Our Black Families Face...?: A Black-American Experience!®

Are They Allowed To Kill Any Negro They Want?: T. Martin's Death? Murder or Self-Defense of Zimmerman? Our Black Families Face...?: A Black-American Experience!®

Map of Egypt an African Country: The Writings of African-Americans®

 

Map of Egypt an African Country: The Writings of African-Americans®
Map of Egypt an African Country: The Writings of African-Americans®

See recent articles about Egypt From TMSC Security SVCS World Alert®:

 CBS News Correspondent Brutally Assaulted 

U.S. Unveils $2 Billion Aid Package for Egypt

Egypt permanently reopens its border with Gaza

Egypt will open its only crossing with the Gaza St…

Egypt’s military ousts Morsi, calls for new electi…

Freedom Bound :■The Black & African Art Museum of TWOAA®: The Writings of African-Americans®

International PNP® Celebrates Black History Month: From the Back to the Face Welps of Racism!

 

The Smithsoinan Spotlight also features Freedom Bound, Ends March 2, 2014, a similar photo.

In March 1863 a slave named Gordon enlisted in the Union Army in Baton Rouge, where the photographic team of McPherson & Oliver made a portrait of his whip-scarted back (click to view). Gordon’s story is one of 20 told in “Bound for Freedom’s Light: African-Americans and the Civil War,” an exhibit of vintage photographs and prints at the National Portrait Gallery.

                                                                                   Paul Bisceglio                                                                                                     

                                                                                  The Smithsonian Magazine (Vol. 44 no.3 June 2013)

‘Bound for Freedom’s light: African Americans and the Civil War (click for actual photo)

 The Black & African Art Museum of TWOAA® Museum Curator Tres Mali Scott
The Black & African Art Museum of TWOAA® Museum Curator Tres Mali Scott