Title: Part Two (final) – Title of UN 2020 Universal Periodic Review of the USA by the Friends of the African Union with Vision Works and the African Diaspora Directorate – 400 years of African American History. The African Diaspora Directorate (United Nations) UNUPR submission – Second Cycle
Dated: December 2018
Description: This is Our second proposal submitted to the United Nation, in the Second Cycle. Based on that work on December 25th, 2018, FAU began to offer global programming in seven focus areas: (1) developing intergenerational community wealth with a focus on veterans; (2) business development that erases the digital divide and builds wealth for economically disadvantaged people; (3) next-generation civic infrastructure with governance at the neighborhood level; (4) comprehensive Internet of Everything based education; (5) healthcare system solutions that effectively serve the entire population; (6) combating racism through economic development; and (7) human rights development using the UN’s Universal Periodic Review process with each country through that countries FAU Bureau.
Now in 2019, we are creating a next-generation innovation team for sustainable change that supports these seven global programming focus areas and is focused on Ohio as the first state of over 30 states to be targeted through 2021. It is called the African Diaspora Directorate and it was first called for when we addressed the question in the United Nations Concept Note 24th Session of the Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent of 25-29 March 2019 in its Request for data-guidance note.
Friends of the African Union et. al., Sons and Daughters of Africa (SADA), The Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA/ACL), the African American Agriculturalist Association, and the Black Wall Street Cooperative who together are founders of the African Diaspora Directorate and support the work of the African Diaspora and the African Union through the African Diaspora Directorate who has four divisions.
In this case, an African Diaspora Directorate Task Force was created to provide a solution to the historic treatment of Americans of African Descent in the African Diaspora in the USA of an Updated Anti-Racism Solution called the #BlackFolksPlan.
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