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Police in the U.S. Killed 164 people in the first 8 months of 2020.

“Police have killed at least one Black man or woman every week in 2020” This is a prime example of State Sponsored Terrorism & Persecution. “Police in the U.S. killed 164 Black people in the First 8 months of 2020. These are their names.”https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/black-people-killed-by-police-in-the-u-s-in-2020/2/https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/black-people-killed-by-police-in-the-u-s-in-2020/2/

I Am the Spirit of Harriet Tubman 2021

In 2021, the Underground Railroad will emerge again. This time, the pathway will be different. This blog serves as a space for dialogue and resources for Black Americans who are interested in leaving the United States to move abroad or those who are already abroad and are afraid to return the USA due to fear of persecution….but notContinue reading “I Am the Spirit of Harriet Tubman 2021”

United Kingdom – How to Seek Asylum

Overview You must apply for asylum if you want to stay in the UK as a refugee. To be eligible you must have left your country and be unable to go back because you fear persecution. Apply for a visa if you want to come to the UK for another reason (for example to work, study or remain with family). IfContinue reading “United Kingdom – How to Seek Asylum”

8 Stages of Genocide

THE EIGHT STAGES OF GENOCIDEBy Dr. Gregory H. Stanton, President, Genocide Watch Classification Genocide is a process that develops in eight stagesSymbolization that are predictable, but not inexorable. At eachDehumanization stage, preventive measures can stop it.Organization It is not a linear process, but logicallyPolarization the later stages must be precededPreparation by the earlier stages. Logically priorExtermination stages continueContinue reading “8 Stages of Genocide”

Mexico – Asylum Information

Mexico works with the United Nations to process refugee and asylum issues. How to Apply for Refugee Status in Mexico If you are afraid of returning to your country, you can apply for protection as a refugee in Mexico. The process is free and confidential. You will find detailed information about the process of applying for protection asContinue reading “Mexico – Asylum Information”

Video: Who is an Asylum Seeker? What are Human Rights?

This video is not owned by me. It is owned by the producer and I am in no way attempting to own this video. It is being used for informational purposes only. The Right to Life This video is not owned by me. It is owned by the producer and I am in no way attempting to ownContinue reading “Video: Who is an Asylum Seeker? What are Human Rights?”

What are the expectations? what do I need to say? what should I do?

The country that you present yourself to will want to know a few things: What is your story and why do you feel as if you and/or your ethnic group are being persecuted? Who is doing the persecuting? Do you have actual evidence of being abused by police, the state, healthcare providers (disparities in health) etc? if so,Continue reading “What are the expectations? what do I need to say? what should I do?”

Canada Asylum Information

Claiming asylum in Canada – what happens? From: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Backgrounder The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act requires that every person seeking to enter Canada must appear for an examination at a port of entry to determine whether that person has a right to enter Canada, or may become authorized to enter and remain in Canada. The CanadaContinue reading “Canada Asylum Information”

Costa Rica – Asylum Information

Costa Rica works with the United Nations to assist with refugees and asylees. “UNHCR’s operation in Costa Rica centers around the displacement caused by situations in Colombia, the North of Central America and Venezuela. In 2017, close to 11,000 refugees and asylum-seekers were being hosted in the country. We are present at key locations where people cross intoContinue reading “Costa Rica – Asylum Information”

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