EQUALITY IS A BELIEF
THAT WE MUST EMBRACE FOR A BETTER WORLD
Racism, oppression, suppression, privilege, brutality, favoritism exists within our communities because America allows it to be so. August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr words echoed throughout America "I have a dream, that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today!" His dream for all Americans still remains "his dream" Humanitarian Aid that provides awareness of inequality, racism and hate and America's inability to protect our black American citizens.
Dr. King's famous speech "I have a dream" was heard throughout the world. Born in Atlanta, January 15, 1929 a little boy never imagined that he would affect so many people throughout the world, move many citizens of the world towards a better future and be awarded the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize.
Dr. King had a dream. His dream needs to become... "We Have A Dream..."
THE UNHEARD STORIES - "THE DREAM" CONTINUES
Below are the unheard stories of brutality, racism, oppression and hate that have yet to be heard.
the unheard stories - "the dream" continues
MARCELLIS STINNETTE AND TAFARA WILLIAMS - THEY BEGGED THE POLICE FOR THEIR LIVES
2015 CITIZENS OF THE WORLD's Al Magdaleno is chosen as one of The Florida Agenda's Top 100 Movers and Shakers in South Florida
50 Most Influential People
2015 CITIZENS OF THE WORLD's Al Magdaleno is chosen as one of the top 50 Most Influential People in South Florida
CITIZENS OF THE WORLD'S Al Magdaleno is awarded the 2nd Annual Community Leadership Award in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Freemsaon's of Ponce Puerto Rico award Al Magdaleno with a letter of appreciation and their Freemason gold coin for helping their island after Hurricane Maria.
2018 Global Empowerment Mission
Global Empowerment Mission awards Al Magdaleno with am appreciation plaque for assisting Hurricane Irma and Maria victims throughout the Caribbean