THE UN FIRST RESPONSE TO THE PETITION.
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Historically, the United States government has been faced with specific choices regarding the fate of Africans in America - beginning with our enslavement, but also continuing after the official abolition of slavery. There has been a pattern of malign neglect: failure to live up to the promise of Reconstruction, acquiescence to the system of Jim Crow, and an all too tepid commitment to post-World War II social welfare programs. The new form of black codes, Willie Lynch, was socially engineered to de-stabilized the African American family structure for economic exploitation and extortion, (including those associated with the so-called "war on poverty").