On the eve of Nelson Mandela‘s 93rd Birthday International Goodwill Ambassador Oscar J. Webb received the “Champions of Freedom – Justice Democracy Award.” from the .
Immediately upon receiving the award. Ambassador unveiled THE CIVIL RIGHTS TO PLATINUM RIGHTS MOVEMENT and has invited ALL PEOPLE to Celebrate the Adoption of UN Resolution 64/169 proclaiming 2011 THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR FOR PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT
” WITH GOD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE” “Now is the time for people of African Descent to connect to the Heritage that is inherently ours. Although we were brought to America; we are heirs to the Natural Resources of Africa. Now the plan is to obtain dual citizenship and claim what is ours”. International Goodwill Ambassador Oscar J. Webb. (Here is an excerpt of his presentation. For the complete presentation contact firstname.lastname@example.org after subscribing to this blog.)
WCN Transmedia Group in associate with International Goodwill Ambassador also announced 2011 Songs for Africa a Global Concert Series to celebrate UN Resolution 64/169. Artists interested in participating in the Concert and to get more information about being one of the Host Cities for a major A List Concert Tour email email@example.com.
For more information about sponsorships please also contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a complete proposal will be sent. We are planning to launch the concert series in Johannesburg, Capetown & Durban and 20 US cities are under consideration with a special program for Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU’s who are interested in a Revenue Share opportunity and have the facilities to host between 15 and 30 thousand seats or more.
In November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared 18 July “Nelson Mandela International Day” in recognition of the former South African President’s contribution to the culture of peace and freedom.
General Assembly resolution A/RES/64/13 recognizes Nelson Mandela’s values and his dedication to the service of humanity, in the fields of conflict resolution, race relations, the promotion and protection of human rights, reconciliation, gender equality and the rights of children and other vulnerable groups, as well as the uplifting of poor and underdeveloped communities. It acknowledges his contribution to the struggle for democracy internationally and the promotion of a culture of peace throughout the world.
We are therefore inviting ALL ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD to participate in 2011 Songs for Africa. We will be announcing a website soon where you can upload a video with your song for Africa and if chosen receive the opportunity to perform live at one of the Global Events that will take place each year celebrating Mandela Day while we connect Africans around the world to their Heritage.