Easter Sunday Brunch at Timbuktu

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Easter Sunday Dinner

5 p.m. to 8 or 9 p.m.

Easter Sunday Music: Roots Reggae, which includes Bob Marley

9 p.m. to closing

Please call me at 232 1336 for brunch or dinner reservations (I turn phone off at 5 p.m. Sunday)

The People of Timbuktu of Milwaukee Help Save the Soldiers Home and Spark a New Civil Rights Movement, One Dollar ($1.00) at a Time

You are invited to leave $1, $5, or $10 with Omar Gagale, Youssouff Komara, or Megan Godsil at Timbuktu, along with your name and e-mail address or the e-mail address of a trusted friend. They will give you a receipt which will entitle you to…

Membership in the Save the Soldiers Home Movement.

You will be required to e-mail Rebirth of Freedom@milwaukeerenaissance.com to finalize your membership.

As a member of this movement you will be recorded as a citizen who stood up to save the Soldiers Home and spark a New Civil Rights Movement, starting at the

“Rebirth of Freedom” Celebration at the Soldiers Home

July 11, 2005, 5 p.m. until 10 or 11 p.m.

Your name will appear in a web site roll call of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and other citizens and supporters.

“I Have a Dream” by King Cast in Bronze, Set in Stone, alongside Lincoln’s “Gettysberg Address”

We are investigating the issues involved in a time capsule to be placed below the boulder that will hold the bronze of portions of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech, which will be placed at the end of the Celebration alongside Abraham Lincoln’s “Gettysberg Address.”

Unfinished Business of American Revolution

 Both historic speeches made reference to the “unfinished business” of this new nation founded in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all of humanity is created equal.

Civilian Roll Call on Steps of “Old Main”

We may also have a civiian roll call at the celebration, with our children reading the names of those who joined the Save the Soldiers Home Movement from the steps of “Old Main” before the King ceremony begins.

Seek Trusted Neighborhood Leaders to Collect the $1, $5, and $10 Membership Fees in the Save the Soldiers Home Movement

We are hoping to develop an on-line task force to deal with the money issue pertaining to the Save the Soldiers Home Movement. We need help figuring out what kind of organization should assume responsibility for the contributions, an old one, or a new one. If a new one, a co-op, 501 c3, or ?? So we could use help from some attorneys, accounts, and social enterprisers who can help develop various alternative structures for consideration. The Soldiers Home Citizens Co-Op has a nice ring to me.

We also are looking for neighborhood leaders who are proprietors of establishments with a lot of neighborhood traffic to receive the $1, $5, and $10 contributions and have enough good will that the people have no anxiety about the money going somewhere besides the Soldiers Home Movement. Please e-mail the names of neighborhood “icons” and “leaders” you would trust to handle anywhere from $1 to who knows how much money.

What say?

Godsil

For more, see http://www.milwaukeerenaissance.com/NAACPSoldiersHome/HomePage

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