Declaration of Genocide by U.S. Government

Against the Black Population in the United States

A National Petition Drive and Campaign

Origin of the NBUF Petition Drive and Campaign

On Friday, October 25, 1996, the National Black United Front (NBUF) launched a National Petition Drive charging the United States Government with genocide.

The National Black United Front takes the position that the proliferation of the distribution and sale of crack cocaine by Africans in America street organizations has reached epidemic proportions, causing serious harm to the African community in America. This harm can only be described as acts of genocide by the United States government through its Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

In addition to the acts of genocide perpetuated through the CIA and in this recent revelation, acts of genocide can also be attributed to the government's use of taxpayers resources to wage war on a segment of the American population. this can be evidenced by the following:

  1. Cutting back on welfare programs and so-called housing reform;
  2. Privatization of public housing and land grab schemes by private developers of inner-city neighborhoods;
  3. Privatization of public education under the banners of choice, charter schools, and vouchers;
  4. Racist immigration policies;
  5. Privatization of basic health care and lack of public policies that will lead to an AIDS cure;
  6. Building of prisons and the expanding incarceration of millions of Africans and Latinos, primarily youth, as a solution to social, economic and political problems in the United States.

The results of these public policy retrenchments has caused devastation of African communities throughout America. This has caused vast wastelands of violence, poverty and ignorance resulting in the destruction of generations of African youth.

During the month of May 1997, the National Black United Front plans to submit these petitions to the United Nations as part of the annual African Liberation Day activities. Also, NBUF will commemorate the delegations led by Paul Robeson and William Patterson that presented the historic "We Charge Genocide" complaint to the United Nations in 1951.

The NBUF Petition For People of African Descent

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The NBUF Petition For Our Allies, Supporters and Friends

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Request for Endorsements and Support

The National Black United Front requests the endorsement and support of all organizations representing People of African descent in the United States, and worldwide, on this Petition Drive and Campaign. NBUF also invites other Peoples, movements and organizations to endor4se and support this effort.

Specifically, NBUF is requesting that organizations formally endorse this Petition Drive and Campaign, and participate through the securing of signatures on petitions in the communities, at the work-sites and on the colleges campuses where they work. Organizations can also help raise the funds and in-kind resources needed to mount this nationwide and worldwide effort.

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Other Petition Drives and Campaigns

· Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika

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Report/Update on the NBUF National Petition Drive and Campaign

As of _______

· List of Endorsers and Supporters

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· Number of Signatures collected:

Area/Organization Total Amount collected

Chicago, IL NBUF Chapter 16,000

Kansas City, MO NBUF Chapter 3,000

· Past Meetings, Activities and Events:

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