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Banner of Reconciliation

Banner of Reconciliation

The intent of this proposal is to make into law a bill that provides the equal display and protection, as described in the document, the use and flying of the Pan- African Flag as a symbol of admission, acceptance, inclusion, and hope for reconciliation as it relates to race relations and the people of this country. And that this bill shall pass and be in effect January 1, 2021.

Why is this important?

The “bill,” to be known as “Banner of Reconciliation,” will signify the visible manifestation of all forms of government's willingness to recognize the history, contemporary lives, and future hopes of persons of African descent. This bill will signify the beginning of the United States' effort to remember and rectify its misconduct and blatant disregard for human life as it has affected people of African Descent.


Reasons for signing

  • Returning back all states and cities around the world reopening and slowing & stopping the spread of COVID-19, returning students back to in person school learning and face to face learning. Larger group of students going back to school on February 1st 2021. Montgomery County Government reopening is on January 15 2021.
  • This is to inspire, broaden and deepen the empowerment of Black people in the ongoing struggle for justice and liberation.

Updates

2020-10-21 11:42:39 -0400

50 signatures reached

2020-08-24 18:05:42 -0400

25 signatures reached

2020-08-10 13:08:59 -0400

View this link and understand why the "Flag Must Fly" as a reminder and portal of reconciliation...
https://vimeo.com/445683356

2020-08-09 16:58:10 -0400

10 signatures reached