Three known Afro-American groups in the city of Milwaukee unite their efforts to bring social and economic change in their community.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
February 6, 2017
"There is more than enough work in Milwaukee to do.. Other black men and women are NOT our enemies. We cannot preach unity if we don't practice it ourselves. This situation could have gotten to levels unfathomable.. We could not allow it to progress without addressing it as men and women," Vaun L. Mayes stated in his Facebook account. Mayes is the RBPP National and Regional General including the Minister of Information/Media, also known as an Afro-American national civil rights activist.
Video of united groups courtesy of Vaun L. Mayes https://goo.gl/Kbcgm4