HISTORIC INSTITUTION…

Dr. Charles Knox, aka Mahmoud Abbas, born in Chicago, Illinois and traveled throughout the world fighting for international human rights...
CknoxAs we approach what is considered black history month, we recognize a community activist that fought throughout his entire life for change and social justice in the world. His voice for international human rights still can be heard today and his legacy continues through his students who he adopted, treating like his own children. As he embraced the African concept, 'it takes a village to raise a child.' My friend, great leader and mentor you are never forgotten... Your legacy for institution building in the inner city community continues...

EX-OFFENDERS POSSIBLY ARE OUR FUTURE LEADERS

Did the world expect a Malcolm X, also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz to come out of the American prison system… The world was taken by storm and many brothers such as this are produced everyday in our judicial system that fail to get recognition, but will one day rise by divine ordainment. The prison system adversely affects families daily at an epidemic rate and those affected by this system continue to grow at an astounding rate. Not only by our citizens becoming property, as the prison system is on our stock market and through the 13th Amendment. However, our society is affected because most people incarcerated will one day be released from prison and back into society. What are we to do with this population that is affected disproportionately by major issues such as employment discrimination and recidivism. As a civilized society we are obligated to do whatever it takes to stop discrimination against anyone and stand up for the rights of every citizen… We implore everyone to take a stance against discrimination in all of its forms…

International Civil Rights Leader
International Civil Rights Leader…