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Foreign Blacks Vs. American Blacks
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    Yesterday the President called for immigration reform stating “we forget that most of us used to be most of them.” His words made me reflect on my own family’s amazing journey to this great nation.

    My family, like many American families, came to this country seeking a better life. After living under the terror and persecution of the Tzar and the Cossacks, Bertha and Mendel Polis crossed the ocean in 1905. Like today’s immigrants, they left everything and everyone they knew to pursue freedom and the American Dream. They settled in Stamford, CT where they started a small store. For generations, new immigrants have come to our country bringing with them innovative ideas and a strong entrepreneurial spirit. I am humbled every day by how great our nation is, that Bertha and Mendel’s great grandson could sit in the United States Congress today and play a role in making sure our nation remains a beacon of hope for new generations of immigrants.

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    We as a country continue to benefit greatly from the hard work and talents of immigrants from across the world; and yet our disgraceful immigration system is broken and inconsistent with our values as Americans. Our current system promotes disregard for the rule of law, provides insufficient border security, and is an affront to our sovereignty. Our current system also tears families apart through unjust laws and makes many workers vulnerable to exploitation. The time has come for us to replace our broken immigration system with one that works for our country and our values.

    Join me and President Obama in the fight to reform our broken immigration system. I encourage you to sign this petition and share your family’s immigrant story. I will share some of the stories on the floor of the House of Representatives as I fight for comprehensive immigration reform.

    The time to pass comprehensive immigration reform is now. President Obama said it best when he said, “Our journey is not complete until we find a better way to welcome the striving, hopeful immigrants who still see America as a land of opportunity; until bright young students and engineers are enlisted in our workforce rather than expelled from our country”

    Stand with all of us who will never forget when we were them. Sign up to help us fight to pass immigration reform.

    Congressman Jared Polis

    PS:
    I wanted to share with you some of my family photos of Bertha and Mendel Polis and their children. My grandfather is the little boy in the gown on Bertha’s lap and that’s my great-uncle Eli in front of the American flag and my great-aunt Esther in front of the store.


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    THE AWARD WINNING OUR STORY MOVIE starring SIZZLA KALONJI, EMPRESS REGGAE, SCRATCHYLUS


    Greetings
    It is nice to see that at least once a year we remember Our Story. Here are some educational songs and messages that are connected with Our Story. The song 'Our Story' was one of the songs chosen for Black History Month in the U.K in 2012. It has also received many rave reviews from around the world as well as topping the charts in Jamaica. Empress Reggae is 8 years old and is home schooled. Please can you share and spread the educational messages.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UskgfPm6gl0

    For further information checkout www.scratchylus.com Facebook: Scratchylus Rhymes

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FOREIGN BLACKS - "not american, but brothers"
   

  1. ACETS Ltd....
    Welcome to A.C.E.T.S. - a registered charitable organisation located in Nottingham, UK. A.C.E.T.S. aim is to provide practical support, advice, and training, with particular emphasis to African, African-Caribbean and other Disadvantaged people.

  2. AfricanDiasporaVideo.com...
    AfricanDiasporaVideo.com offers a diverse selection of quality black, African, African Diaspora films, videos, and DVDs from cuba, curacao, mali, spain, Burkina faso, Algeria, togo, Egypt, Jamaica and many other countries.

  3. African Festival and Presentation Society...
    Promoting African arts and culture in Calgary, Alberta, including the Afrikadey festival. Site includes society information, upcoming events and contact details.

  4. Afro European Sisters Network ...
    Welcome to the Afro European Sisters Network (AESN). A site that focuses on networking black women in and outside of Europe.

  5. Black Canada ...
    An index of black businesses throughout Canada including various topics that appeal to Black Canadians such as cooking, cricket, soccer, basketball and music, also community event listings.

  6. Black Success...
    For people of African heritage, to help you achieve your goals.

  7. Black Tokyo...
    BlackTokyo.com the worlds biggest site for Blacks in Japan, and Asia. The site focus on Africans, African Americans in Japan.

  8. Black Women in Europe...
    The place to celebrate women in the African Diaspora living in Europe.

  9. Black Women in Europe...
    A place for women in the African Diaspora living in, moving to or from Europe to celebrate, encourage, support and network with each other.

  10. BTEG...
    Black Training and Enterprise Group.

  11. Canadian Black Heritage in the Third Millennium...
    Links to history- and culture-related sites.

  12. F1st.com...
    f1st is a company that develop gifts and services to promote special occasions and was founded by Television Presenter Trish Adudu.

  13. Hummingbird Hall Jamaica...
    Destination wedding and honeymoon location in Jamaica.

  14. Jane-Finch.com...
    Jane-Finch.com features exclusive homegrown content that is accessed worldwide. Jane-Finch.com is prominently featured in the media and has garnered widespread praise.

  15. LoveInJapanese.Net...
    Interesting book that gives tips on how to interact with Japanese women, and the do's and dont's of dating. If dating Japanese women is your thing, BlackRefer.com advises interested ones to grab this very useful book.

  16. Middle Eastern Dance...
    Kanika Banafrit is an established black belly dancer who lives in San Antonio, TX. Performing, teaching, and education others on the history and joy of the belly dance!

  17. N B P A ...
    National Black Police Association.

  18. One London...
    One London's aim is to develop and deliver innovative and practical approaches to enterprise and community development across the capital, including aspects of social, economic and physical regeration in all of London's boroughs.

  19. Ontario Black History Society...
    A non-profit, registered Canadian charity, dedicated to the study, preservation and promotion of Black history and heritage.

  20. Onyeka...
    Onyeka is one of the foremost black writers to have come out of the UK, facilitator and lecturer of black and world history courses and workshops.

  21. PanOnTheWeb.com ...
    eCaroh Caribbean Emporium, all things Caribbean, music. Steelband and Pan Music from Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean, New York and Europe

  22. RaceActionNet...
    RaceActionNet website.

  23. Scratchylus Rhymes...
    Since the start of 2011 the name Scratchylus has been appearing everywhere. On radio play list, show line up, on blogs, in magazines etc. And this is not just in Jamaica, but on the international scene as well.

  24. Southall Black Sisters...
    Southall Black Sisters, a not-for-profit organisation, was established in 1979 to meet the needs of black (Asian and African-Caribbean) women.

  25. Tutor Hunt ...
    We provide a completely free service for tutors whereby students can find the nearest tutor to them who matches their requirements. Our service is used by thousands of parents and students.

  26. Work Group Against Racism in Children's Resources...
    WGARCR supports representation of Black and minority groups children through establishing ethical guidelines for the selection of books and toys, organizing and training childcare workers, parents and other professionals in promoting childcare in an anti-racist framework.
















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