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The Black Leader’s Coalition or a group of like-minded Black-led organizations will act as Trustee for funds received by the Federal Government.
The purpose of said organization is to assure:
REPARATIONS WILL BE AWARDED IN TWO FORMS:
REPARATIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS
Descendants of Enslaved Africans (DOEA) are entitled and will receive reparations in the amount of 1 million dollars. As a result of institutionalized racism, measures must be implemented to protect reparations from returning to the oppressors hands within years , which will occur if not properly managed.
African Americans have been programmed to be consumers, have not been allowed to build their own communities, nor been taught the importance of supporting their communities by circulating their dollar at least seven times.
To protect and assure positive outcomes of reparations, Descendant of Enslaved Africans will receive one million dollars after a qualifying period.
Duration to be determination by individual, but on average for a duration of two years, DOEA will engage in a series of classes, workshops and seminars to prepare them for receipt of funds: DOEA's can pre-qualify by taking an exit exam.
These courses will be taken on-line or at local participating churches.
For DOEA that do not complete the training. Their reparations will be placed in an interest bearing account and distributed over their lifetime as a living wage. This will assure wise utilization of funds so that the recipient doesn’t return to poverty or incur insurmountable debt after a spending spree.
REPARATIONS FOR THE COLLECTIVE COMMUNITY
17 States plus Washington DC will receive $100 million dollars
These states were selected because their demographic reflects that over 1 million African Americans reside in their state. $100 million dollars on average can build three Ujima Districts aka Eco-Villages.
Each district is comprised of 4 pillars connected by small businesses:
“The 40 Acres and a Mule” is comprised of a city square block “four pillar” Ujima District.
BLACK LEADERS COALITION
Community Centers developed and constructed by Black Leaders Coalition. Black Leaders Coalition is comprised of grassroots organizations that have been doing the work in the Black community for decades.
Ujima District structure: Cooperative. All profits go into trust fund, dividends paid to DOEA members.