THE POPE, REV. JESSE JACKSON AND FIXICO
Hooray and Hallelujah! This morning September 27th 2015, I was heard on the National Sunday Morning Radio Show, “Keep Hope Alive” hosted by the Legendary Civil Rights Activist Rev. Jesse Jackson himself. The topic was about the recent Papal Visit to the United States of America and what it means to the world. In the 1st photo above, the gentleman on the Left is Professor Charles Ogletree, of Harvard University. It was taken at the University of Southern California in 2013 at a meeting to determine the “West Coast Agenda” by meeting with activists and other concerned individuals. Professor Ogletree , is a Special Advisor to President Barack Obama. He had taught both Barack and Michelle, when they attended Harvard University and has remained a close family friend.
In the picture, Professor Ogletree, is holding a copy of the book “Black Indians” by William L. Katz ,which I gave to him as a gift. By the way Professor Ogletree is a longtime “Reparations” Activists. Speaking of “Reparations”, well known, West Coast Reparation Advocate Chief John Willy Peoples, is the gentleman in the middle. While he is famous for his creation the “Slave Ship”, few people are aware that he is a Black Nanseman Indian from Virginia. I am on the right, I am not an official reparations advocate, however I stand in solidarity with the groups right to seek it and since many of the groups members are either Black Indians or, are Descendants of Blacks from Indian territory like Nationally Known Social Activist Mollie Bell we enjoy a Cultural Alliance. I am a Private Sector Partner for the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act. Therefore, as such I must respect President Barack Obama’s Policy of “Reconciliation” as evidenced by the Black Farmers and Cobel settlements. My name is Phil “Pompey Bruner” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant and North American Maroon representative to Suriname ,S.A. for National Maroon Day 2015. Below is a transcript of what I said on my call:
” Good Morning, I am Fixico and I’m featured in the Smithsonian Institution. I’m being brought to Suriname, South America as the “North American Maroon Representative” by the Maroon women of the Caribbean for National Maroon Day. My question is . will the Pope have a policy of “Reconciliation” that includes recognition of the church’s historic connection to Indigenous Genocide and African Slavery, by having the truth put into their schools curriculum ?
Truth ,Peace and Progress, Phil “Pompey Bruner” Fixico, Private-Sector-Partner for the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act.