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“FORT NEGRO’S FIXICO” SPEAKS ON : REV. JESSE JACKSON’S, STEVIE WONDER AND CARL NELSON’S RADIO SHOWS ABOUT THE “MAROON WOMEN CHAMBER OF COOPERATION’S DIPLOMATIC TEAM” HEADING TO THE UNITED NATION’S PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES, APPEARING THERE : 4/22/19 – 5/3/19

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Today is April 14th, 2019 and I’m writing this blog from Los Angeles ,California a few miles from Santa Monica Bay.  We must pray for our fellow brothers and sisters who are less fortunate than ourselves and make a special prayer for the chldren that are with them.

On Friday April 12th, 2019, I spoke on two nationally broadcasted Black Consciousness radio programs : Stevie Wonder’s Frontpage KJLH in Inglewood,Ca. and also later that day on Mr. Carl Nelson’s  Washington D.C.,WOLDC NEWS show. Then, this morning in an “Embarassment of Riches” I spoke on Reverend Jesse Jackson’s : “KEEP HOPE ALIVE” radio show which is heard on WVON  broadcasting out of Chicago, Ill..

I will not give a transcript of my comments on either of the shows.  However, I will discuss the fact that on all three shows I spoke about my being invited to the “UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues” as part of the Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation’s delegation to UN Headquarters, NY, NY begining on April 22nd, 2019.

I have been  a Seminole Maroon Activist for 20 years after discovering my true  genealogy at 52 years of age. I have had to learn ,research and confront many of the issues that will be discussed at the UN, with the exception that in New York there will be an emphasis on the International implications. The MWCoC represents Maroons in the Western Hemisphere who are seeking UN acceptance to attend and participate in activities put on for :”Indigenous Peoples”. Below is:” my personal position” on this issue and it  has nothing to do with the official position of the MWCoC.  It’s  what I have been saying on the radio and in Blogs for years:

“WE ARE NOT DESCENDANTS OF IMMIGRANTS. NOT ONLY WERE OUR ANCESTORS BOUGHT HERE BY FORCE IN CHAINS, IN ORDER TO REMAIN ALIVE THEY HAD TO ACCEPT CRUEL ENSLAVEMENT , WHERE THEY WERE FORCED TO ABANDON ALL PRIOR INDIGENOUS CONNECTIONS. THE “ROOTS” DEPICTION OF HOW KUNTA KINTE WAS SEASONED DEMONSTRATES IT ALL.

THEREFORE, JUST AS THE MONGOLIAN “LANDBRIDGE” IMMIGRANT/DESCENDANTS HAVE BEEN DESIGNATED AS “INDIGENOUS” BECAUSE THEY WERE HERE “FIRST” BEFORE THEIR COLONIZERS. WE AS DESCENDANTS  MUST ALSO BE DESIGNATED AS “INDIGENOUS… BECAUSE WE WERE “FORCED” TO COME HERE AND ABANDON ALL PRIOR “INDIGENOUS CONNECTIONS”.

In my poem “MAMA AMERICA” , I say : ” MAMA  AMERICA” …”Africa is grandma NOW”!

Who does the UN say is Indigenous ?  “Who are Indigenous Peoples?Understanding the term “indigenous”
Considering the diversity of indigenous peoples, an official definition of “indigenous” has not been adopted by
any UN-system body. Instead the system has developed a modern understanding of this term based on the
following:
• Self- identification as indigenous peoples at the individual level and accepted by the community as their
member.
• Historical continuity with pre-colonial and/or pre-settler societies
• Strong link to territories and surrounding natural resources
• Distinct social, economic or political systems
• Distinct language, culture and beliefs
• Form non-dominant groups of society
• Resolve to maintain and reproduce their ancestral environments and systems as distinctive peoples and
communities.
A question of identity • According to the UN the most fruitful approach is to identify, rather than define indigenous peoples.
This is based on the fundamental criterion of self-identification as underlined in a number of human
rights documents.

https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/documents/5session_factsheet1.pdf  “Fort Negro’s

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

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“THE MAROON’S OATH” BY PHIL “DA POMPEY” FIXICO :NORTH AMERICAN MAROON REPRESENTATIVE OF THE MAROON WOMEN CHAMBER OF COOPERATION AND UNITED NATIONS DELEGATE TO THE UN PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES FOR 2019

The Maroons’s Oath” “We Maroons and descendants of Maroons do solemly promise to study our ancestors history and to live our life in a manner that gives honor to the memory of our freedom fighting ancestors.We are aware that their story is held in the minds and hearts of our elders. They are our Oral Historians and we should always hear their stories with great reverence andrespect. we also are grateful to : researchers, scholars,teachers and students who are interested enough to learn about Maroons and Maroon History.we do agree that our magnificent story springs from Africa,and from the great diaspora of the Western Hemisphere. A history that was written during difficult times that required hard choices of brave souls whose greatest weapons were their traditions, beliefs, courage and determination to survive and to maintain their hard won FREEDOM. We are thankful to receive these gifts as our inheritance and we proudly pass them on to our future descendants. By Phil “Pompey” Fixico Seminole Maroon and the Maroon Womens Chamber of Cooperation’s :North American Maroon Representative 2019

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

 

ON MR. STEVIE WONDER’S “FRONTPAGE” AND MR. CARL NELSON’S WOLDC NEWS PROGRAMS :”THE MAROON WOMEN CHAMBER OF COOPERATION” IS COMING TO “THE UNITED NATIONS UNPFII”, PLUS MOLLIE BELL SPEAKS ON NIPSEY HUSSLE’S LEGACY SAYS “FORT NEGRO’S FIXICO

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Today is April 6th, 2019, I writing this Blog from beautiful sunny Southern California. It’s a glorious day for whatever you want to do outside. Let us pray for those who are less fortunate than ourselves, many are homeless and forced to live outside in all types of inadequate and temporary abodes. At least today they can come out and seek help.

Yesterday was “Open Phone Friday” on two of the  “Top Black Conscious Talk” radio shows in the country: The Carl Nelson Show on WOLDC NEWS broadcasted from Washington, DC and Mr. Stevie Wonder’s  “FRONTPAGE” show broadcasted from Inglewood, Ca. in Los Angeles County. A hot topic on both shows was the fact that on Sunday March 31, 2019 in Los Angeles on Slauson and Crenshaw Blvd.  “NIPSEY HUSSLE” a very popular and successful “RAP ARTIST” and BUSINESS MAN was assasinated in front of his business by a Rapper and gang member named Mr. Eric Holder (so say witnesses and a video tape). While Mr. Holder is in police custody the Community and the nation is still in Shock. Mr. Hussle had bought the whole block and was helping the community in several ways.

Below is a paraphrased transcript of my calls into both shows (where I essentially made the same comment:

“Hotep/Greetings family, Yesterday, I was interviewed by the L.A. Sentinel newspaper, because I’m a former Watts Gang member who turned my life around. At nine years old I had a gang tatoo and was carrying weapons, I spent a year in 4 different Juvenile Institutions before I was 15 years old”.

“Now, I’m 71 years old and a Seminole Maroon Activist. I have been invited to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (by the the Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation because I am their North American Maroon Representative)”. The charter members are : Her Excellency Dr. Ambassador Fidelia Graand-Galon of Suriname, Queen and Gaama Gloria “MaMa G” Simms of the Jamaican Maroons and Queen Akilah Jaramogi Founder and President of the Merikin Maroons of Trinidad.

There is a delegation of  representatives preparing to attend UN Headquarters in New York City on April 22nd, 2019. I look forward to meeting (in person) other TEAM members such as Dr. Merina Eduards , Attorney Andy Reid and the “LEGENDARY INTERNATIONAL” Anthropologist Dr. Diana Fox.

As a USA Maroon Representative for the MWCoC, I must do pre- promotion for this historic event by tying it’s significance into what is happening in my various networks. Mollie Bell is not only a ;”Great Woman of God” as described by HE Dr. Fidelia Graand-Galon she is a very famous Reparationist and Community Activist. She describes Nipsey Hussle as: ” a 21st Century Revolutionary”.Our Maroon Ancestors all throughtout the Western Hemisphere Disapora were also “FREEDOM FIGHTING REVOLUTIONARIES”.

“Since Dear Brother Nipsey Hussle and I both were former Gang Members who turned our lives around, I include him in my dedication to my Maroon Ancestors as we move onward and upward at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at UN Headquarters in New York City begining on April 22nd, 2019”.

“I do have to pay my own way to attend.  I have a GOFUNDME account on my FACEBOOK  page just go to  : Phil Fixico.  If anybody wants to help send a former L.A. gang member to the United Nations but they don’t do FACEBOOK just email me at: refixico@aol.com”.

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

 

THE “UNITED NATIONS PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS RIGHTS” APPROVES THE MAROON WOMEN CHAMBER OF COOPERATION’S : NORTH AMERICAN MAROON REPRESENTATIVE “FORT NEGRO’S” FIXICO AS THEIR USA DELEGATE TO THE UNPFII

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Today is March 19th, 2019 and the Sun has never shone brighter because yesterday i received notification that my  UNPFII registration ,which was entered by the “Legendary International” Anthropologist :Dr. Diana Fox has been approved.

On a sad note let us pray for the SOUL of my Spiritual Daughter and Warrior Sister in the Struggle : Akilah Karima, she was a Champion among Champion’s and a powerful force for good by peaceful means.

Warrior Woman Akilah Karima would have been among the first to praise and celebrate my MWCoC appointment and the United Nation’s  registration approval.  Below is a paraphrased version of the letter sent to me by the UNPFII:

U.N. APPROVAL FOR MR. PHIL “dA POMPEY” FIXICO AS THE  MWCoC’s  “UNITED STATES MAROON REPRESENTATIVE”

18-March-2019
Dear Mr. Phil Fixico,
This letter is to confirm that your registration has been approved to attend the 18th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII18). The session will take place at United Nations Headquarters, New York, USA from 22 Apr 2019 to 03 May 2019 .
You may wish to present this letter if you need to apply for a visa. All arrangements for travel, including visas, accommodation, and transportation, are the responsibility of participants. The United Nations does not charge fees for participation in the 18th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII18).
For events held at United Nations Headquarters, registered participants must pick up a UN grounds pass upon arrival for access to the United Nations complex. You will need to present a printed copy of this letter as well as a government-issued official photo ID (passport) to obtain a UN grounds pass.
For events held outside of United Nations Headquarters, please refer to the event website for any additional and practical information concerning participation in the18th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII18).
If you have any questions, please contact us at indigenous_un@un.org.
We look forward to your participation in the 18th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII18).
Yours sincerely,
Secretariat of the 18th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFI

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

PRESS RELEASE- L.A. SENTINEL STAFF WRITER: KIMBERLEE BUCK WILL WRITE THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THE AWARD WINNING INTER-ETHNIC ARTICLE : “PHIL WILKES FIXICO- A TRUE NATIVE SON” WRITTEN BY WATTS-TIMES WRITER : DARLENE DONLOE

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Greetings, today is March 15th, 2019. It’s truly a beautiful Southern California day even the homeless can appreciate weather like to today .Let us pray that they will see better days in the other areas of their life like health , family and finances.

 The National Association of Black Journalists’ Los Angeles(NABJ-LA) chapter recently announced that Sentinel reporter KIMBERLEE BUCK was appointed to the board and will be acting as secretary. The CENTER FOR HEALTH JOURNALISM at USC reports that Kimberlee Buck Kimberlee is currently a Staff Writer/Reporter for the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper and a former Assistant Editor for the Clause (on campus newspaper). Her beats include: crime, government, politics and law.
Since I am the writer of this Press Release and will be the subject of the article that could be published as early as April of 2019, I wish her the best. I will be cooperating by suppling Ms. Buck with whatever material. documents, photos and articles that she needs to complete her assignment. I thank the L.A. Sentinel for allowing that an article about me, to be featured in their prestigious community newspaper , I’m very excited about it.
below are a few links to videos about my activism:
“TRUE POWER IS MINE VIDEO- Interview with Professor Wm. L. Katz and Phil “Pompey” Fixico 1 hr, & 23 minutes

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

GOFUNDME:https://www.facebook.com/1667742953440664/posts/2232862393595381?sfns=mo

KONYAH CORRINE TAFARUP’S “DNA” GRAFICO KO ART: MAROON WOMEN CHAMBER OF COOPERATION UNITED NATION’S; UN TEAM: HER EXCELLENCY DR. FIDELIA GRAND- GALON, GAAMA/QUEEN GLORIA “MaMa G” SIMMS, MERIKIN FOUNDATION PRES. AKILAH JARAMOGI AND “FORT NEGRO’S FIXICO ARE HEADED TO “UN” HEADQUARTERS WITH DR. DIANA FOX FOR UNPFII INDIGENOUS FORUM

   HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH
Good morning everyone today is Monday March 11th, 2019 the weather here in   Southern California sunny but chilly with ocassional clouds. Let us pray for those whoare less fortunate than ourselves.
The Photo above is an amazing an amazing Graphic Artist named: Konyah Corrine Tafarup she was born in Lyon, France and is currently living and working in France.
Graphic Artist extradinaire KONYAH CORRINE TAFARUP IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INCREDIBLE UNITED NATIONS POSTER SEEN ABOVE.
Konyah Corrine Tafarup is a Professional Artist, Videographer, Photographer and Movie Producer who is currently living in France. She is a RASTAFARIAN and is an AWARD winning Artist for the RASTA MUSIC WORLD. The world will learn much more about her work . I met her on the Maroon Indigenous Group Chat Line she is working with the UN Team Members of the Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation.
Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nj6h4FM_ILQ 4 min. video (Special Report)
Below is a GOFUNDME link Thanks to the campaign Organizer Mr Taj Salaam of:
booksbeatsandbeyond@gmail.com
         Works at Rastafarian

STEVIE WONDER’S FRONTPAGE WITH DOMINIQUE DI PRIMA PLUS CARL NELSON’S WOLDC NEWS, DR. GERALD HORNE, DR. KEVIN MULROY, DR. DIANA FOX, “BLACK INDIANS”: PROFESSOR WM. L. KATZ, MWCoC AND “FORT NEGRO’S” FIXICO

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Today is March 5th, 2019 and we expect rain tonight . Let us hope that the homeless can find safety and shelter in a facility.  Today, on two Black Consciousness Radio shows, I was able to call in and speak about the Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation of the Caribbean’s delegate team’s mission to the United Nation’s Permanent Forum on Indigenous Rights to be held in April at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.     Below is an abbreviated  transcript of both calls.

“Good morning Dominque, thanks for taking my call. Concerning my Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation of the Caribbean mission to the U.N., as of this Saturday Dr. Diana Fox the team’s Advisor has registered my name as the 1st in UN History : USA Maroon Descendant delegate to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Rights has been entered”.

Dominque says :”Congratulations Fixico”. Transcript ends.

Below is a Transcript of my call into the Carl Nelson Show:

(The Guest today is the famous Scholar and Author : Dr. Gerald Horne).                                   “Hotep Brother Carl and Dr. Gerald Horne it’s always an exciting honor to hear you both. I need to ask for your opinion Dr. Horne. I’m a Seminole Maroon Descendant and my family’s story was featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s, book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the America’s”. It was researched by  Dr. Kevin Mulroy.

In 2016 I was invited as a Descendant to the Fort Gadsden Bicentennial Celebration. There I performed a :SEMINOLE MAROON PEACE BELT CEREMONY at America’s first public   admission of the ” FORT NEGRO MASSACRE”. As of this Saturday I have been registered byDr. Diana Fox (the team’s advisor) to attend the United Nation’s Permanent Forum on Indigenous Rights. I am a member of the Maroon Woman’s Chamber of Cooperation’s Delegate team. I will be repesentinting  the Maroons and their Descendants of the United States of America.

Dr. Horne my question is since the TransAtlantic Slave Trade Era destroyed our Indigenous connection,  it must be replaced. Therefore we Descendants should by Law, Treaty or Act be granted Legal Indigenous Standing with special Protections.

What is your opinion Dr. Horne? To paraphase Dr. Horne he said that it was very doubful that we could receive that in the ERA of President Trump”.  Call ends.

In the photo above: Lt “Black Indians” Author :Professor Wm L. Katz Rt. Dr. Gerald Horne.

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

GOFUNDME: