1. Circulate the petitions in your community. Place the peition in barber shops, salons, street vendors etc. Start with your family and friends and get them to sign the petition. Cicrulate in the prision systerm were we have so many African American Men on lock down. Get them involve in the movement.
The petitions serve a double purpose. The principal purpose, of course, is to demonstrate to the Government - U.S. President, representative and senators, a demand to repatriate African-Americans back to Africa as a Nation State. But you can also use the petitions as a door-opener for introducing the subject to others.
As soon as petitions are completed, they should be mailed to the ROK, per the instructions on the petition itself. Please feel free to make as many copies of the petition as you need. Download Petitions - Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. U.S. Petition and U.N. Petition
You do not have to be an "expert" on the UN in order to approach others. Encourage those who agree as well as those who disagree to read one of The United Nations Links below.
2. Contact your U.S. representative and senators
Not only does the United Nations and the United States Government have the power to Repatriate African Back to Africa as a state, but also congress. But most representatives and senators will not oppose the repatriation movement unless they are pressured to do so by a sufficient number of informed African Americans in their districts and states.
3. Use the campaign tools to involve others
The flag of the Republic of Khemet is an excellent conversation starter. It will cause some to ask you about the ROK, giving you a splendid opportunity to hand them one of the petitions U.S. or United Nations petitions and to introduce them to the movement.
By displaying our message, you will be helping to demonstrate the growing popular support to establishing the Republic of Khemet. The more often African Americans see this message, the more receptive they will be to information explaining why so many want to Repatriate! We therefore encourage you to purchase a starter kit to be a part of the movement. These grass roots efforts will reinforce our overall publicity efforts, which include advertising in the print and electronic media, yard signs, billboards, etc.
We designed the Republic of Khemet’s flag to capture the attention of African Americans, to alert them to the fact we can have our own nation state, and to encourage them to learn more and become involved. Our “Starter kits” are inexpensively priced and focuses on a several issues. The "Starter Kit" copies of each petition (United States and the United Nations), a copy of the resolution to the U.N. and several documents nation building, U.N. and U.S. related documents -- so you can immediately use them to involve others. To order Starter kit click here.
We recommend carrying copies of the petitions and other documents with you so they’ll be available whenever an opportunity arises to discuss the movement. One way of generating opportunities is to wear the lapel button (coming soon). Whenever possible, ask each person who accepts a pamphlet to read it. Shortly thereafter, follow up for a reaction. Depending on the reaction, ask him or her to sign the petition, to learn more, and to become involved. Please encourage him or her to order the materials recommended on the back panel of the pamphlet. Better yet, please use the website to order extra copies of these materials and have them available for sale.
4. Read the United States Human Right Network and encourage others to do the same
The better informed you are, the more effective and motivated you will be. Ditto for the people you are enlisting in the campaign. The most comprehensive expose available on the UN is The United States Human Right Network. Please take the time to read it.
5. Subscribe to The ROK
Second to none in its extensive coverage of the United Nations, The New American is the source for up-to-date and accurate reporting on the UN. Every issue has at least one news item about the moves of this organization and the threat it poses to American freedoms.
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6. Write a letter to the editor
Your letter should be typed, double-spaced, and no longer than what the newspaper generally accepts. If your letter is published, you will reach an audience potentially as large as the newspaper’s circulation. Not bad for a forum requiring no expense!
7. Encourage groups to endorse the "sample resolution"
These groups can be large or small, governmental or private, local affiliates of a national organization or the national organization itself. Examples include: businessmen’s clubs, veterans’ groups, state legislatures, city councils, etc. The "sample resolution," like the petition, urges Congress to support legislation to repatriate African Americans.
8. Promote www.repatriate.us
Our campaign website is designed not only to inform but to motivate and activate. Many good Americans who may not initially be interested in attending a meeting or reading or ordering materials might be interested in taking a cursory look at our website. That cursory look, of course, may well whet their appetite for more!
9. Work with others – join a local Republic of Khemet Committee or start on
By doing so, you will be able to increase your effectiveness. For example, you will be able to accomplish projects you probably could not do alone, such as erecting billboards or hosting a speaker. You will receive encouragement from the activity of others, just as others will receive sustained motivation from your activity. You will be able to exchange ideas on what tactics are the most effective.
And most importantly, you will be able to help get more people involved, since the committees exist to provide leadership for an organized plan to reach out, inform, and involve others.
To learn how to become involved in local committee action, please check with the person who told you about our campaign. You can also contact us through our website.