Invitation to Our Juneteenth Celebration - Notes From the Inside

Tiny - Posted on 23 May 2016

Black Heritage Planning Committee at W.S.P.

Invitation to Our Juneteenth Celebration

Greetings, from “THE BLACK CONSCIENTIOUS MAN”, and company at W.S.P. We would like to invite you to join us in our annual Juneteenth celebration. Juneteenth, what’s that? Juneteenth, is a national holiday celebrated across the U.S. to commemorate the abolishment of physical slavery in the U.S., starting in Texas June 19, 1865. Due to the default of full Emancipation, Juneteenth today must be revolutionized. What was taught beforehand, no longer applies today. Thus, change is called upon. Yesterday the Nation called for full emancipation and only received the physical application of it. Today, the living conditions of Blacks across the world are declining. Most have not a clue as to why? But the few that aren’t blind say its due to the Mental Servitude, Blacks are trapped in. So, we the conscious ones, demand that we the people obtain “MENTAL EMANCIPATION THE NEXT REVOLUTION.” (Also a written and titled book by: Hykwazet Mooraankhu, coming out to a vendor near you soon. Be on the watch!)

                The theme of our program is “THE POWER OF KNOWLEDGE,” “AWAKENING THE MASSES.” It will be held in the visiting room of the West Complex on June 15, 2016. Our program agenda will be directed towards education Blacks, and the entire world of Black Emancipation, cultural heritage, and hidden legacies. This will be presented through prayer, oratory, presentations, poetry, dance, and song. In addition to offering community intervention and cultural education, the program affords men locked up the opportunity to socialize with the broader community in an effort to establish interaction in preparation for smooth re-entry into society. Our goal is to inspire and motivate men locked up through cultural expression, communication, and community transitioning which we believe will improve accountability in prison and eventually, in the broader community.

Event hours will be 11:30pm- 2:30pm this year.

                Please notify us as soon as possible in regards to whether or not you will be able to attend our program. This will prevent us from any delays in scheduling and getting the necessary clearances. For confirmation please call Linda Finn at (509) 526-6479 or Hykwazet Mooraankyu, at the following address below. If you would like to make a donation, please contact Hykwazet Mooraankyu, so he can best inform you of what the group is most in need of. Donations are accepted all year around. Also  we are always looking for sincere sponsorship, volunteers, resources, and advice of any and all kinds. So feel free to correspond with Mr. Mooraankhu on that note as well. Thank you very much for you time and assisting us in our endeavor. God Bless all!

                                                                Sincerely, Hykwazet Mooraankhu a.k.a. Jerrel Jones

Address to write:

Jerrel Jones



1313 N.13th Ave.

Walla Walla, WA. 99362


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