OSE MEJI TEMPLE

The Daughters of Osun

Osun on Project 1619 February 14, 2014

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ALEGA AWO BABA E. D. ADEYEMI OYEILUMI  (THE BABA LOSA)

Continues his Legacy of Support, and LOVE for his African peoples, and his wisdom and understanding continues to display itself in the re-orientations of African Americans leadings them out of the darkness of Ignorance  into the light of truths.  Truth sets in motion a since of self respect, self love, cultural awareness. love of tradition, and love of tribal heritages and the truth of heritage leads us back to IFA the early beginnings.  Baba Losa highly supports the Project 1619 Inc. because it presents the path of setting the records straight.  A clear precise path of Baba Losa’s  life’s purposes and dedications.  Baba Losa is an Elder Priest of OBATALA and he emanates every ounce of character as OBATALA, Fatherly, Gentle, Wisdom, Understanding, Empathy, Warrior like, Slow and Precise Accuracy, Consistency, Purity, and Supportive with Grace and Elevation.  I have known The Baba Losa for 25 years and his character has always preceded his journey and has lite a path of clarity and understanding  for others.   The Project 1619, Inc. Baba Losa ask that you donate to this worthy cause and marks a mile stone of generational achievement and recognition for African Americans in this country.    The Baba Losa has a Bio on the web site of  http://www.thedaughtersofosun.com  or www.thedaughtersofosun.com 

PROJECT 1619  INC.   (Non-Profit Organization)   P.O. Box 1233  Hampton, VA  23661  or Donate directly on line at   http://www.project1619.org

WHAT IS PROJECT 1619?

ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST AFRICANS IN COLONIAL AMERICA

Project 1619 is an awareness non profit organization dedicated to truth and  OURSTORYCALVIN PEARSON is a native of HAMPTON, VIRGINIA and the Founder and President of Project 1619, a not for profit organization.

The mission is to promote the arrival of the FIRST AFRICANS in America to be brought a shore on British occupied territory at POINT COMFORT, todays FORT MONROE in Hampton, Virginia.

This organization is also raising funds to erect a NATIONAL MONUMENT at FORT MONROE by 2019 in honor of the 400th Anniversary of the arrival of the first AFRICANS.

Mr. Pearson has for 20 years led a grassroots effort to tell the true story of the FIRST AFRICANS that had been purposely falsified since 1619.  He organizes an ANNUAL AFRICAN LANDING COMMEMORATION DAY EVENT in Hampton each year that includes a symposium, concerts and prayer service.   Mr. Pearson is also chairman of the NATIONAL JUNETEENTH GRASSROOTS ENSLAVEMENT LEGACY COMMISSION.  He has authored many articles on this subject and featured in many magazines.  He is a frequent speaker at conferences and travels around the country,  sharing his knowledge about what he calls the biggest transgression and atrocity that mankind has ever committed against another ethnic group.

He attended Hampton University and the University of the District of Columbia and has a degree in Architectural Engineering Technology.  He spent the majority of his career in Public Administration.  As a life long resident of Hampton and knowing that the truth was not being told, he has always had a desire to research genealogy and the history of the FIRST AFRICANS in COLONIAL AMERICA.

PROJECT 1619 CONTRIBUTIONS: 

  1. Published an Article n the PEPPERBIRD MAGAZINE detailing the misconceptions of the landing of the FIRST AFRICANS at POINT COMFORT.
  2. 2010 Co-Authored a book DISPELLING the Myth of Jamestown.
  3. Feature articles have been published in the DAILY PRESS and numerous news-papers around the country.
  4. Featured speaker at symposium 2011 Dispelling the Myth of Jamestown. 
  5. Speaker at NSU 2012 symposium 1619 – THE MAKING OF AMERICA.
  6. Feature speakers in 2012 at GLOBAL SLAVERY REMEMBERANCE DAY, Dallas, Tx.
  7. Created AFRICAN LANDING COMMEMORATION DAY, in Hampton, an annual event.
  8. Authored the proclamation approved by the General Assembly recognizing that the Africans in Colonial America came ashore at POINT COMFORT.
  9. Authored the Resolution by the City of Hampton designating August 20th, as AFRICAN LANDING DAY in the City of Hampton.
  10. Awarded the first ever VIP and Heritage and Preservation Award from the AFRICAN DISPORA TOURISM for promoting the history of the FIRST AFRICANS and encouraging travel to Hampton.
  11. Persistently notifies historians, authors and educators around, the COUNTRY the TRUTH about the arrival of the FIRST AFRICANS.

NATIONAL MONUMENT TO ERECT A NATIONAL MONUMENT

AT FORT MONROE, VIRGINIA

In commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of the arrival of 

THE FIRST AFRICANS in AMERICA 1619 – 2019

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

City OF Hampton Honors Africans Landing Day Remembrance

  

 

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