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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Justice Seekers Conference Call Report 1



Individuals, grassroots groups, organizations, and others are invited to join JUSTICE SEEKERS CONFERENCE CALLS throughout April 2012 http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2012/03/justice-seekers-conference-call-april-1.html  - Call 218-632-0550, at 6:30pm EST every Sunday in April. Dial the access code 330203# and to speak, dial *6. This is a networking opportunity for activists, organizations, lawyers and others that offer advocacy, goods and services to provide for and promote social and economic justice as well as persons who need help w/ their justice quests! I can't wait to actually speak with my online friends. UNITE for justice!


The first JUSTICE SEEKERS CONFERENCE CALL was today, April 1, 2012. It was not recorded, although future calls will be. Callers included:

Mary Neal, host, advocate for human and civil rights for all people, director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

Anna Santiago, a New York mom who writes to prisoners. Her own privileges to visit her son who is a lifer in Pennsylvania were suspended because she writes to numerous inmates to send a friendly hello and birthday card. Authorities say she writes too many inmates. She was listed as DC15 - STJ (meaning potential gang affiliations). Because Ms. Santiago tries to lighten the burdens of inmates with short letters of inspiration and Christmas and birthday cards, she lost the right to visit her own son, who is in solitary confinement and who she dearly loves.

Brother Lukata, joined the call. He is a Mississippi prisoner advocate seeking a full pardon for the Scott Sisters and justice for James Craig Anderson, an elderly black man in Jackson, Mississippi, who was killed by young white supremacists. Anderson was beaten and run over by an SUV by youths who went "nigger hunting." Only one of the men was tried and sentenced so far.

Rozy Press also joined the Justice Seekers Conference Call. She is a former L.A. County school teacher who was attacked in her classroom by a student who sprayed her in the face with a fire extinguisher. She is very sick from the toxins that lodged in her lungs, but she is denied workers' comp and long-term disability.

Justice Seekers discussed each case as well as the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. I then informed conference call participants about several injustices, including:

(1) Kendrec McDade, a 19-year-old Pasadena, California college student whose recent death-by-police was reported by the L.A. Times on March 28, 2012 (an excerpt is below); 

(2) Benton Harbor, Michigan, a town where residents are greatly oppressed, according to reports from B.H. BANCO organization; and 

(3) Anne Brown, a homeless black woman who went to St. Mary's Medical Center in St. Louis for treatment after spraining her ankle. St. Mary's told police Brown was trespassing, and she was arrested. Brown died ten minutes after police carried her into a jail cell like a bag of cotton and dumped the moaning woman on the concrete floor. Blood clots in her legs traveled to her lungs. 

(4) Good News Report: Today on the Rev. Pinkney Blogtalk Show, I announced good news that can help homeless mentally challenged people. The United States Department of Justice certified Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) programs. AOT programs like Laura's Law and Kendra's Law provide for mandated psychiatric treatment for acute mental patients and subsistence assistance for basic needs, like housing and food. 

I will add links to news accounts about each story in this article by the end of this week. Below is a news excerpt about Kendrec McDade's death. Everyone who is interested in promoting justice is asked to join us next week with your own reports. Please also contact today's Justice Seekers Conference Call participants and lend your support to their justice quests.
1) Anna Santiago - email iceladywest@yahoo.com - phone (646) 251-5405
2) Rozy Wow - email rozywow@aol.com
3) Brother Lukata - email Afrikan_tbt@yahoo.com
4) Mary Neal - email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com - phone (678) 531-0262

While the nation's eyes are on Florida and the Trayvon Martin case, more black youths are killed in America in similar incidents - no crime and no weapon. Kendrec McDade, a 19-year-old college student, was shot and killed last weekend by a police officer in Pasadena, California for "walking while black." Los Angeles Times reports:

L.A. Times - March 28, 2012 - Police shooting of black college student roils Pasadena
"The fatal shooting of a college student by a Pasadena police officer on a dark street last weekend has stirred community concerns and prompted the police chief to call for an independent investigation. The officer shot 19-year-old Kendrec McDade while sitting in the driver’s seat of his police cruiser in a narrow alley in the city’s Northeast district about 11 p.m. on Saturday. Police were chasing two people who they believed were armed and had stolen a laptop computer. But authorities have recovered neither a gun nor a computer from the scene." See the entire Los Angeles Times article, dated March 28, 2012 at this link: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/03/police-shooting-of-college-student-roils-pasadena.html  

Blessings! Let us continue climbing Justice Mountain TOGETHER, without regard for race, socioeconomic class or health status, and make America a land of justice for ALL. 


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2 comments:

  1. Although every participant in Justice Seekers Conference Calls must pay their own phone bills, you can see that someone does not want them using their phones to unite for justice and have their justice quests posted online. The first paragraph of this article was therefore attacked by stalkers. "Still we rise!" Maya Angelou

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  2. Damn! When I opened this document, all of this was missing, then stalkers added it back!!!

    Mary Neal, host, advocate for human and civil rights for all people, director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

    Anna Santiago, a New York mom who writes to prisoners. Her own privileges to visit her son who is a lifer in Pennsylvania were suspended because she writes to numerous inmates to send a friendly hello and birthday card. Authorities say she writes too many inmates. She was listed as DC15 - STJ (meaning potential gang affiliations). Because Ms. Santiago tries to lighten the burdens of inmates with short letters of inspiration and Christmas and birthday cards, she lost the right to visit her own son, who is in solitary confinement and who she dearly loves.

    Brother Lukata, joined the call. He is a Mississippi prisoner advocate seeking a full pardon for the Scott Sisters and justice for James Craig Anderson, an elderly black man in Jackson, Mississippi, who was killed by young white supremacists. Anderson was beaten and run over by an SUV by youths who went "nigger hunting." Only one of the men was tried and sentenced so far.

    Rozy Wow also joined the Justice Seekers Conference Call. She is a former L.A. County school teacher who was attacked in her classroom by a student who sprayed her in the face with a fire extinguisher. She is very sick from the toxins that lodged in her lungs, but she is denied workers' comp and long-term disability.

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