PRLog (Press Release)
New Smithsonian Museum preserves Black History
- Mar. 13, 2012 - Editorial Opinion
- The Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. broke ground on their new National Museum of African American History and Culture
last month and noted that this museum on the Mall is necessary to preserve our nation’s Civil Rights history and enhances all the local Black History Museums across the United States. At the same time, the City of Pompano Beach and Broward County have missed having their own representation on Martin Luther King Boulevard, when the illegal Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency stole and destroyed the local historical civil rights building (Ali Building), through the forging of documents and total bypassing of Constitutional rights and due process. What is most worth noting is that a man that had fought for Constitutional and Civil Rights is still having his legacy obliterated in Florida as the local government and county courthouse moves against the law, against civil rights, and attempts to destroy the very fiber of our country in their corruption.
Corruption of government and overtaking by criminal actors is very much the focus of our 2012 election cycles and what is at stake is our very country and our system of rule of law. In America we still work to pride ourselves as being fair, equitable and just, unlike many other countries which are now facing the cries of their own people to become democratic and stop fat cat domination. The idea of slaves and illicit rule has been winding down for a long time, and the Smithsonian and our local museums make this their main statement, but not for Pompano Beach, Florida.
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