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See Pastor Ron Taylor from Arise Christian Center in Los Angeles, California on Angels Do Speak!®: A Black-American Experience!®

Pastor Ron Taylor from Arise Christian Center on Angels Do Speak!®: A Black-American Experience!®[slideshow]

Check out Paster Ron Taylor  from Arise Christian Center  on Angels Do Speak!®. Tres Mali

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The Myth & Psychic Experience about the Ark of the Covenant & Buddhist on International PNP®: A Black-American Experience!®

Ark of the Covenant on International PNP®
Ethiopia’s Queen of Sheba and the Ark of the Covenant Myth | Eritrea
http://www.madote.com/2010/09/ethiopias-queen-of-sheba-and-ark-of.html

Picture from a Buddhist Temple: I Can’t Believe This Is About Religion: Looks Like Science & The Four Faces from the Book of Relevation to Me! Tres Mali on International PNP®
http://www.citypictures.net/r-east-asia-147-china-118-buddhist-temple-1333.htm: A Black-American Experience!®

Read about the Buddhist and the Ark of the Covenant on International PNP, a Psychic Experience from Tres Mali.

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Tres Mali a Breast Cancer Survivor: A Black-American Experience!®

Some live in the Past!
Some live in the hopes of a Future!
Living in the Present is a Gift!
Tres Mali 12/11/2008  

  1. A Pink Ribbon is for Breast Cancer Awareness.
  2. A Fuchsia Bow Ribbon is my Breast Cancer Survival.

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At 9:30 p.m. on 5/16/2012 I had a vision, it looks like women concerned about Breast Cancer.

In the late 1980s I personally had a lump removed from my left Breast. I wear a Fuchsia Bow Ribbon on my purse. It reminds

Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott on A Black-American Experience®

me that I have overcome a terrifying experience.

  1. A Pink Ribbon is for Breast Cancer Awareness.
  2. A Fuchsia Bow  Ribbon is my Breast Cancer Survival.

With early detection and immediate response you can have a better opportunity to survive Breast Cancer.

Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon on A Black-American Experience!®

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A Black-American Experience!®: Read about Proposition 8 on Angels Do Speak!®

Angels Do Speak!® article on Proposition 8

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A Black-American Experience!®: Happy Thanksgiving

.A Black-American Experience!®: Happy Thanksgiving

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3 Sep 1997: Olympia Scott prepares to shoot the ball at the United States women”s basketball team national trials at the USOC training center in Colorado Springs, Colorado from WWW.Life.Com

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Catholic Legislative Network leginfo@cacatholic on A Black-American Experience: Urge Governor Brown to Veto SB 48–Keep Lawmakers Away from Textbooks

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URGE Governor Brown to Veto SB 48 – Keep Lawmakers Away from TextbooksTake Action!
Professionals, Teachers, Historians Should Determine Curriculum

Politicians are not the right people to determine school curricula – whether in science or social studies. Educational professional, working with teachers and parents and school boards, are better able to instruct our children.

SB 48 (Leno) Instruction: prohibition of discriminatory content would be yet another political idea imposed on the public school curriculum—a mandate “prohibitingdiscriminatory content” in history lessons. Laws promoting acceptance and tolerance of those with diverse heritage, racial identity, sexual orientation, religious conviction or physical ability are already in statute. A law which micromanages the study of history for political correctness is both unwise and dangerous.

As the Los Angeles Times editors wrote on April 12, 2011, letting politicians write our history could lead students to a skewed perception of historical reality: “Minority groups, the elderly and the disabled must be represented proportionally and never portrayed in a bad light. People in poor countries aren’t supposed to be show as poor, lest they be stereotyped… So poor people aren’t poor and the elderly are physicallyfit and financially sound, according to the textbooks…Fables don’t make for solid instruction. History is the great story of people, groups and movements—their faults aswell as their accomplishments—shaping the world up through the events of today. It is a story best told by historians, not by politicians.”

TAKE ACTION now to ask Governor Brown to veto SB 48.

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