Fri, 02 Apr 2021 10:53:46 +00001]}Good Afternoon Nanette, Would you be interested in being a part of a Monthly Digital Magazine? All that it would require of you is to write a short post once a month. We have reached added Angela (Doc), Frank Robinson, and Tiffany Reid as regular contributors. I hope that you would consider it. It would be entitled “Three Fifths.” It would be centered around the conversation of racial justice. You can go to the accord1.wordpress.org blog page and search Three Fifths, the title of a popular series of articles. I would love to expand upon this in a meaningful way by getting some important voices in on the conversation. That’s where the concept came from. You are one of those important voices. We are starting this project’s first editions on April the 8th. Please prayerfully consider this opportunity. Sincerely Kevin President and Editor Three-Fifths kevin.robinson@accord1.org (614) 843-2905

I am pleased to announce a new concept set to debut by the end of the first quarter of 2021. It is a stand-alone small Magazine named Three-Fifths Why the name “Three-Fifths?” The inspiration for the concept of three-fifths was spurned by a series of articles in the Accord1 Blog.

The articles identify the constitutional pillar of the devaluation of African Americans’ humanity and its extrapolation into a system of Injustice. The Three-Fifths Compromise written into the constitution in 1787 allowed southern slave states to enumerate the African Slave population’s bodies to bolster their representation in the federal government. Yet, this population was apportioned out of the American experiment by a mathematical equation that stated that the African slave population would require five, i.e., the Three-Fifths Compromise for every three white people. All the while, they had no vote.

Why a magazine and why now? Three-Fifths is simply the next progression on the way to the ultimate goal of Building the Bridge Together. Through a thoughtful conversation involving societal reckoning, racial equity, historical perspective, and spiritual insight, it is the hope that this magazine will become one of the many tools used to dismantle Systemic Racism. Understanding that Systemic racism involves the inequity affecting many brown, black, and indigenous people across America, Three-Fifths offers a voice of clarity in an ambiguous world of racial bias.

Our contributors bring varied and unique experiences, worldviews, and intellect, not only to identify the problem but to offer solutions to this continuing difficulty America faces. They represent the ethnic diversity that guarantees a multiplicity of thought equal to the comprehensive problem’s task while paving a way toward solutions. This sentiment is paramount and echoed in words from the Birmingham Jail. of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” ― Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from the Birmingham Jail.

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[4_Additional Comments] => Good Afternoon Nanette, Would you be interested in being a part of a Monthly Digital Magazine? All that it would require of you is to write a short post once a month. We have reached added Angela (Doc), Frank Robinson, and Tiffany Reid as regular contributors. I hope that you would consider it. It would be entitled “Three Fifths.” It would be centered around the conversation of racial justice. You can go to the accord1.wordpress.org blog page and search Three Fifths, the title of a popular series of articles. I would love to expand upon this in a meaningful way by getting some important voices in on the conversation. That’s where the concept came from. You are one of those important voices. We are starting this project’s first editions on April the 8th. Please prayerfully consider this opportunity. Sincerely Kevin President and Editor Three-Fifths kevin.robinson@accord1.org (614) 843-2905

I am pleased to announce a new concept set to debut by the end of the first quarter of 2021. It is a stand-alone small Magazine named Three-Fifths Why the name “Three-Fifths?” The inspiration for the concept of three-fifths was spurned by a series of articles in the Accord1 Blog.

The articles identify the constitutional pillar of the devaluation of African Americans’ humanity and its extrapolation into a system of Injustice. The Three-Fifths Compromise written into the constitution in 1787 allowed southern slave states to enumerate the African Slave population’s bodies to bolster their representation in the federal government. Yet, this population was apportioned out of the American experiment by a mathematical equation that stated that the African slave population would require five, i.e., the Three-Fifths Compromise for every three white people. All the while, they had no vote.

Why a magazine and why now? Three-Fifths is simply the next progression on the way to the ultimate goal of Building the Bridge Together. Through a thoughtful conversation involving societal reckoning, racial equity, historical perspective, and spiritual insight, it is the hope that this magazine will become one of the many tools used to dismantle Systemic Racism. Understanding that Systemic racism involves the inequity affecting many brown, black, and indigenous people across America, Three-Fifths offers a voice of clarity in an ambiguous world of racial bias.

Our contributors bring varied and unique experiences, worldviews, and intellect, not only to identify the problem but to offer solutions to this continuing difficulty America faces. They represent the ethnic diversity that guarantees a multiplicity of thought equal to the comprehensive problem’s task while paving a way toward solutions. This sentiment is paramount and echoed in words from the Birmingham Jail. of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” ― Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from the Birmingham Jail.
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