BLACK AGENDA -DEC 1, 2020

BIDEN/HARRIS REQUEST

FEDERAL BLACK AGENDA

BIDEN/HARRIS & SEN. CARDIN +  VAN HOLLEN

Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock – Georgia Sen Support for Election.

 Equitable Emergency Covid-19 Relief Distribution.

Obama Affordable Health Care Enhancement for Senior and Poor Citizens.

Community Reinvestment

Police Reform/Oversight.

  1. Vice President
  2. Secretary of State 
  3. Attorney General
  4. Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 
  5. Secretary of Defense
  6. Secretary of Commerce
  7. Secretary of Education 
  8. Secretary of Energy 
  9. Secretary of Agriculture
  10. Administrator of the EPA  
  11. Secretary of Health and Human Services
  12. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
  13. Secretary of the Interior
  14. Secretary of Labor  
  15. Secretary of Transportation
  16. Secretary of Treasury
  17. Secretary of Veterans Affairs
  18. U.S. Trade Representative
  19. Administrator of the Small Business Administration 
  20. Secretary of Homeland Security 
  21. Director of the Office of Management and Budget  
  22. Director of National Intelligence
  23. White House Chief of Staff 

 

Suggested African American Cabinet Appointments:  Staci Abrams; Atty. Michele Alexander-Homeland Security; Rep. Karen Bass-HUD; Raphael Bostic-Treasury; Keisha Lance Bottoms HUD; Alvin Brown-HUD; Latasha Brown-Education; Rep. Valden Venita Dennings-Homeland Security; Keith Ellison-Attorney General; Roger Ferguson. Jr. Treasury; Rep. Marcia Fudge-Agriculture; Shuwanza Goff-Legislative Affairs; Mellody Hobson-Commerce and Treasury; Jeh Johnson-Defense, A.G., Intelligence; Maurice Jones-HUD; David Patrick A.G.; Susan Rice Secretary of State; Symmone Sanders-Press Secretary; Bill Spriggs-Labor; Heather McTeer Toney-EPA; Linda Thomas-Greenfield-UN; Tony West-A.G. , Dr. Eugene Williams-Education.

 

John Lewis Voting Rights Act Passage.

Passage of George Floyd Act – Demanding Equality addressing racism and police racism.

Increase to 11 United States Supreme Court Justices.

Investigation of Discrimination in The United States Military.

Systemized Hate Crime Reporting and Investigation by Justice Department.

Conyers Bill – Reparations Continued Commission.

Addressing Student Debt.

Appointment of Duly Qualified, Deserved and Electable Blacks to Replace Sen. Harris.

Federal Oversight of Baltimore Consent Decree

Increased Research Grants for H.B.C.U.

Apprentice and Vocational Education Intervening with Public School Priority Curriculum.

Reversal of Muslim Ban.

DACA Programs Reinstated.

STATE OF MARYLAND

BLACK AGENDA

 MARYLAND LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS

Considering President-Elect Biden beginning to announce those he wishes to have on his cabinet we have moved up the date to officially release our BLACK AGENDA to Tuesday, December 1, 2020. This day in 1955, in violation of segregation laws in Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks refused to surrender her bus seat to a white passenger and was arrested, sparking a 381-day bus boycott led by Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

MD Food Apartheid/Deserts Commission.

MD HBCU Lawsuit Settlement.

MD Opportunity Zones for Neglected Communities.

MD Bonding Bill of Law Enforcement for Baltimore City Police Officers.

Appointment of More High Ranking Black Armed Service Ranking Officers.

Statewide inclusion of a CIVICS and African American History in elementary, middle, and high schools.

Mental Health or Criminal Incarceration determination made especially related to drug and/or lead poisoning upon arrest.

All guns confiscated by police be publicly destroyed and accounted for and tracked until destruction – ‘Bill Goodin Bill.’

Leonard Edward Moore Football Statue Funding.

Apprentice and Vocational Education Intervening with Public School Priority Curriculum.

Funding supporting Funding for Easterwood Park Skateboard.

A fair and equitable Black Enterprise Program that enhances the current City and State MBE Program.

A Transit Oriented Development Plan for Baltimore City to facilitate transportation access to city residents seeking employment in surrounding counties.

 

CITY OF BALTIMORE

BLACK AGENDA

SCOTT-MOSBY-HENRY- BALTIMORE CITY COUNCIL

Considering President-Elect Biden beginning to announce those he wishes to have on his cabinet we have moved up the date to officially release our BLACK AGENDA to Tuesday, December 1, 2020. This day in 1955, in violation of segregation laws in Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks refused to surrender her bus seat to a white passenger and was arrested, sparking a 381-day bus boycott led by Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

Baltimore Food Apartheid/Deserts – 25% Absence by City residents addressed.

Baltimore [Maryland] HBCU Settlement.

Baltimore Opportunity Zones Designation in conjunction with Census where absence.

 22nd Century Schools New List of Schools Previously Neglected/Omitted.

Gilmor Site for Job Training/Rehabilitation Center- Housing and Infrastructure.

Baltimore City Council Appointed Director Civil Rights and Civilian Review Board.

NW/W/SW Mental Health Clinic – Areas Negatively Affected by Crime and Homicides.

Challenge to Baltimore Development Corporation/Economic Development and Questionable 30 [1991] Years of Questionable Development in Poor and Black and Brown Communities.

Baltimore City Bonding of Baltimore City Police.

Increased Testing of Covid-19 .in Neglected Areas Especially Poor, Black and Brown.

Correcting City of Baltimore transferring Hanlon Affluent Area contaminated soil to poorer Rosemont Area.

Significant reduction of liquor establishments in poorer and black residential communities.

Significant reduction of drug rehabilitation services being congregated in certain poorer and black neighborhoods.

Housing Advisory-Tyrone Boggs Appointment.

Early Voting Site in Western District ending 10 years of City Voter Suppression.

Leonard Edward Moore Football Statue Funding.

Apprentice and Vocational Education Intervening with Public School Priority Curriculum