U.S. Population Pre-Amnesty
Black: 37 million - 12.75%
Latino: 40 million - 13.75%

U.S. Population Post-Amnesty
Black: 37 million - 12.3%
Latino: 51 million - 16.9%

and counting...


Defending Black Civil Rights in the 21st Century  


The CAB in Action

June 23 Civil Rights March To Choose Black America

Sword and Shield Fundraiser

Past Actions

March 25th Coalition II March & Rally

Black Activists Denounce Actions of Mexican Citizen

Juneteenth Paul
Revere Rally

May 21 Rally
Los Angeles

 

CAB Co-Founder
Ted Hayes



We invite you to initiate a CAB chapter in your great American city

Please Email Us so
we may build an
important partnership

 

Sign The CAB Guest Book and Comment Role

Please Let Us Know That You Were Here

 

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C I V I L     R I G H T S      M A R C H

Saturday, June 23rd, 2007

Civil Rights March Starts @ 1:00 PM

From Martin Luther King, Jr. & Crenshaw Blvd To Leimert Park

Civil Rights Rally - Leimert Park Starts @ 2:30 PM

• Take Back Our Civil Rights -
Promises, Legacies and Heritages NOW

• Retrieve The Fourteenth Amendment
Our National Birth Right NOW
(* From Citizens of Foreign Nations Illegally Within Ours)

• Giving Amnesty To Illegal Aliens Is Racist
Against Black US Citizens


DON’T SUPPORT AMNESTY. TO DO SO, IS TO HANG OURSELVES

DON’T BE FOOLED By The “BROWN-BLACK” COALITIONS

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS NOT The CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT

AMNESTY REPLACES REPARATIONS For Blacks

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION STEALS The PROMISSORY NOTE From BLACKS

STAND and HOLD YOUR TURF! THIS IS YOUR COUNTRY!
THESE CIVIL RIGHTS ARE YOURS…NOT FOREIGNERS
HONOR THE MEMORY of OUR ANCESTORS
TAKE BACK YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS - RESIST ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION



MAKE PLANS TO BE THERE – SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd



Sponsored by:
Choose Black America, Los Angeles
In Conjunction with: Millennium Panthers; West Side Illegal Immigration Control; You Don’t speak For Me; SOS & more to be announced

Contact: 213-955-4551  Choose Black America.com  ~  Uscab.org


 

 

 

Understanding Civil Rights 


The Mexican Civil Rights Struggle

Are Mexicans protesting the right government?

Q. Do Mexican citizens deserve a homeland they don't feel the need to abandon?

Q. Does protesting America put more or less pressure on the Mexican government to reform?

Q. Is Felipe Calderon committed to building a nation worth fighting for and living in?

Q. Is any American politician demanding reform in Mexico?

Q. Are politicians missing the point by framing Illegal Immigration as an "American" problem?

Q. Is Mexico worth fighting for?

The time has come for Mexican citizens to stand up and fight for their home country.
Not abandon it.

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