This is Our Story:  ‘Sto’ and Sold!

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Julian Bond, the great gentleman Civil Rights warrior, was the grandson of those ‘sto’ and sold, to guarantee the absence of any Middle Class bridge Julian Bond Smallbetween wealthy plantation owners and the human beings they enslaved.  Now, free at last, Bond fights for human rights through our rallies, and every step we walk in his shoes for equality.

This is our Story!

Forcing a raped female of any age to give birth because you profess Pro-Life, brings with it responsibility for both mother and child.  Pro-Life can’t end with birth, but is rather self-obligated to fill life abundantly with affordable healthcare, superior nutrition and quality education.  If not the defender of human rights for women and children, then Pro-Life lacks the substance of even a flippant sound-bite by pretend religious and faux patriots.

This is our Story!

Helene Swanson SmallHelene de Boissiere-Swanson, founder of Katrina’s Dream, following Alice Paul, Rev. Katrina Martha Van Alstyne Swanson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, Eileen Davis (, Andrea Miller (, The King of Torts, Melvin Mouron Belli and former N.A.A.C.P. Chairman Julian Bond – is now marching for the equality guaranteed by American citizenship – Mission: to trump gender, voting & economic inequality and violent cultural fanatics, in both small localities and our Federal Halls of Injustice.

This is our Story!

From California’s Bay Bridge (passing the White House) to the U. S. Capitol, Helene Swanson marches for the entire global league of women enduring spousal abuse, human trafficking, inequitable economic opportunity, food deserts and degrading minimum wages.

Helene inspires us to march for all who are still being raped by the Massas of Wall Street plantations, K Street Congresses, Madison Ave pimps, Courtyards of Open Carry white supremacists and the evils of mass incarceration.

She marches for those continually economically and politically assaulted by the greed of men needing to control, through the torture and rape of people like, a falsely accused Freddie Gray, and a defenseless Kayla Mueller.

Until Americans celebrate every month as All Human Rights for All Human Beings Matter Month, the very life of earth is threatened.  How can we transcend our current events wedded to our history, without our Herstory?  Marching united for ERA ratification, with hands raised, hearts full and voices resounding for equality, is Justice for All!

Equality is not just derisive media massaging to disconnect us from the ties that bind.  Nor separate but equal issues of poverty, gender, race, voting rights, peculiar institutions, flags, C Street House, religion, economy, Middle Class, focus groups, sexual preferences, politics – or even our too seldom read but often misquoted (& misinterpreted) Bill of Rights.

The issues of Our Story coalesce the very moment We the People transform our moneyed manipulated division into a people showering each other with a Commonwealth of sense, decency, civility and reason.

This is Our Story!

While America won its freedom 239 years ago, those ‘Sto’ & sold have only been free for 150 years – an 89 year gap whose rippling affect is still a tragic crevasse of bullying in our streets, schools, neighborhoods, communications and workplaces.

The Home of the Brave is not yet free enough to embrace equality for all of its citizens, from those from whom we stole America, to women who were only granted voting privileges 95 years ago – many of whom give lives that matter to our nation every day, and to our wars far too often.

Still, The Equal Rights Amendment has not been ratified by the 38 states needed to make it, and the equality of women, a legal guarantee in the U. S. Constitution.

Who are you state representatives who refuse to ratify?

  • Do you favor Trump’s answers over Megyn Kelly’s questions
  • Do you not know that women are twice as likely to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease
  • Do you not care how doctors, judges and employers diagnose, equivocate and appraise women

Caring about aging Baby Boomers of both sexes, and every woman in our lives, implores us to march to the Capitol Wednesday August 26, 2015, to remind politicians:  52% of us are still denied Constitutional equality — while women are stabbed to death on the street.  Our hearts bleed at such loses for Morgan Freeman and the family of E’Dena Hines.Morgan Freeman and

Women Matter!

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