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By uhrinews - 2/9/20 - 1:33 am

For Immediate Release: February 8, 2020

"Unfinished Business" 200 years and counting of discrimination
Feb 28, 2020
Boston Public Library
1350 Blue Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02126
Time: 2:00PM to 4:00PM
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By uhrinews - 12/31/19 - 1:38 am

Cambridge Resident, Sierra Schwartz is organizing this fundraiser. For Returning Liberian Refugee

Gofundme Link: https://cutt.ly/Yrt7dJH

By uhrinews - 12/28/19 - 11:42 am
Torli Krua Prepares To Raise Liberian Flag In Boston

For Immediate release: DECEMBER 25, 2019

Press Statement On Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Law

Christmas Gift From America To Refugees Is Panacea For US Racial Reconciliation

President Trump, Senator Reed & Rep Ciciline Invited To Party & Celebration

Contact: Rev. Torli H. Krua, Founder, Universal Human Rights International (UHRI)

By uhrinews - 12/28/19 - 11:35 am
Liberia Day AT Boston City Hall

TEXT: Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act

National Defense Authorization Act of 2020

Subtitle B—Other Matters

By uhrinews - 12/11/19 - 1:38 pm

The Liberian Civil War claimed 250,000 lives including five (5) American Nuns from Ohio. Although Liberia was an American Colony Founded by high ranking American Government officials to remove and colonize all mixed race and free African Americans, thousands of refugees displaced by the war across the United States have been denied access to humanitarian assistance and permits to work like refugees of other wars. Still, on December 22, Liberians will gather in Allston to remember the dead and press the United States Government for equal protection afforded other refugees.

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By uhrinews - 12/11/19 - 10:38 am
African American Children Rescued By US Marines Abandoned By Democrats & Republicans For 17 Years and Counting Because They Are Black

Cats & Dogs in America are protected but African American Children Abandoned For 17 years under Democrat Obama and Republicans Bush and Trump.

Kattie(not her real name), an American Citizen, was only one year old when she boarded a US Marines Helicopter in Monrovia, the Capital City of the American Colony of Liberia created in 1822 by the American Colonization Society (ACS) to prevent slave revolt and rid the United States of all mixed race and free African Americans. Katie is now 18 years of age.

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