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Previously sent US Human Right [...]

CalTek.Net, Kenneth Wyrick
- 03/10/2020 17:49:37

Previously sent US Human Rights Network - Solutions to 400 years of African American History and solutions including those at CSW64

Hershel Daniels
5:07 AM (5 hours ago)
to Kofi, Carolyn, John, bcc: me

The two pager was previously sent to the US Human Rights Network in 2019 - Solutions to 400 years of African American History and solutions and now we are updating those by including those developed at CSW64

Timeline in March around CSW64

March 20 2020 have up and operating in our daily conference calls at 8 PM EST March 9th through March 20th 2020 during what was planned as CSW64 with the intention of developing a black womens plan framework to be the 2020 change to the 2015 #UNUPR.of USA use of proceeds at BlackFolksPlan.org.

Daily briefs from our partners in the UN as authorized CSO with access for 50 years.

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In 2020, the African Diaspora Directorate will mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women and adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995). A five-year milestone will be reached towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 2020 is therefore a pivotal year for the accelerated realization of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls, everywhere and especially for the most powerfull group of women of African Heritage, those in the USA.
CSW 64 Themes

The main focus of our work will not only be on the review and appraisal of the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcomes of the 23rd special session of the General Assembly but creating a solution by women for the use of proceeds to be used in 2020 at the BlackFolksPlan.org. The review will include an assessment of current challenges that affect the implementation of the Platform for Action and the achievement of gender equality and the empowerment of women and its contribution towards not only the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development but plan within a 75 year public private partnership with the US Government.

This work will be based on the African Diaspora Directorate International Women's Day Message 

As the African Diaspora Directorate marks International Women’s Day on March 8, we join forces with people of African Heritage around the globe striving to advance the rights, progress, and equal status of women. Working together people of African Heritage can find ways to ensure women and girls have access to equal opportunities and live free from gender-based violence. Whether increasing the involvement of women in peace and security decision-making or for us in the African Diaspora in the USA by implementing the new Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, the African Diaspora Directorate and its cofounders are steadfast in our commitment to women of African Heritage political, economic, and social progress.

We welcome the diversity and contributions of women of African Heritage from all walks of life and backgrounds. Unfortunately, in far too many places women still face tremendous barriers that prevent realization of their universal rights. On International Women’s Day we rededicate   to promoting gender equality between men and women.

The United States Strategy on Women, Peace and Security (the Strategy) was released in June 2019 to replace the 2016 US National Action Plan (NAP) and is the mandated outcome of the 2017 Women, Peace and Security Act. The Strategy details four “Lines of Effort” outlining the US response to the adverse and disproportionate effects of armed conflict on women and girls, focused specifically on advocating for women’s participation, protection, and involvement. As a response, different governmental agencies are required to develop implementation plans within 120 days of the Strategy’s release. The African Diaspora Directorate over the next 90 day will examine the strengths and limitations of the Strategy in relation to the overall Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda.

Positive Aspects from the USA

The Strategy includes positive aspects that are well worth drawing attention to. First, the Strategy can be used as a starting point on the road to increased gendered national and international efforts that focus on women and girls of African Heritage. Second, the Strategy explicitly mentions the engagement, mobilization and inclusion of men and boys in support of meaningful participation of women’s equality in society. This type of allied inclusion is critical and the men of the Friends of the African Union, Sons n Daughters of African and the African Diaspora Directorate stand ready to assist.


Implimented in Philly, Cincinnati and others through with conference calls every thursday at 7pm est 

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The African Diaspora Directorate, its affiliates, members and co-founders Sons and Daughters of Africa, the African American Agricultralist Association, the Black Wall Street Cooperative, the Universal Negro Improvement Association & African Communities League and Friends of the African Union believe that executive action by the United States Government of a Federal Reserve Quantitative Easing based debt purchasing program (The Daniels IDIQ), in a public private partnership, that can be a solution for the fundamental injustice, cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of African people enslaved in chattel slavery in the United States of America, from 1789 to 1866, as well as the progenitors to the United States of America, the 13 British colonies between 1619 to 1789. It will also address the damage incurred by past & current federal government racism against freed African Slaves in the United States of America from 1863 to 1868 and subsequently de jure and de facto of institutionalized systematic racial and economic discrimination against American citizens of African Heritage from 1868 to 2019. It will be a stimulus to the American Economy that: 

(1) is judicious & addresses solutions to lead poisoning in 7M domestic dwellings; 

(2) answers under the control of our Federal Executive Branch to the statements in the inter-agency response set forth by the US State Department to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the USA in 2015 that said “Civil Rights, Ethnic, & Racial Discrimination” is the number one human rights problem of the country; 

(3) can draw on already established Executive Authority by the US State Department with no action needed by Congress and can be executed by May 1st, 2020; 

(4) helps the other American citizens through indirect associations by the creation of supportive ancillary jobs, entrepreneurial opportunities and sustainable economic growth thereby supporting the advancement of the American people as a whole, and; 

(5) is just adequate enough to implement real changes that reverse long-standing conditions caused by systemic de jure and de facto of racial and economic discrimination, as documented in depth elsewhere, that provides a means from 2020 to 2095 to address these issues with a 75-year capital trust to do so based on a updated to third cycle Daniels IDIQ and the $150B in current bank based community benefit agreements in place that were driven by the Community Reinvestment Act.