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Negro Hill Cemetery ~ Congressman Dan Lungren ~ Town Hall Meeting
Date Tuesday May 17
Time 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Location Details
Rancho Cordova
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorKhubaka, Michael Harris
We will leave no 'Nigger' behind in Mormon Island Relocation Cemetery. Join us tomorrow with Congressman Dan Lungren at his Rancho Cordova Town Hall Meeting. Clearly his efforts are making a difference and are essential to the broader efforts to establish a Negro Hill National Memorial. Sadly, one standard for humanity is a challenge in ole Hangtown, USA a few wicked, cruel vexed human beings still think we are in 1854 and 1954 when the crimes against humanity were commited... no more secrets...


Hangtown, USA ~ A wicked, cruel and vexing rumor has leaked out about “secret alternative plan,” to change 36 grave markers that today read, Unknown, moved from Nigger Hill Cemetery, by U.S. Government in 1954.

Unknown forces, including Supervisor Knight are reportedly proposing to leave one grave marker behind upon one unlucky early California pioneer of African Descent as some sort of satanic, demonic tribute to a 57 year probable felonious act.

In 1854, the California State Legislature made it a felony to disturb a grave yard and the penalty was from one to ten years in prison, it remains unclear if people of African descent during this era will be afforded “equal justice under the law” in 2011.

“We will leave no “Nigger” behind, in our long and difficult journey to restore dignity and respect for the California pioneers of African descent” says Michael Harris, Negro Hill Burial Ground Project.

It is seemingly illegal, immoral and unethical not to communicate the very existence of 36 grave markers that say “Nigger” under the custody of El Dorado Board of Supervisors, however District One Supervisor Knight during the April 26, 2011 meeting, was the only member to publically acknowledge the very existence of the 36 grave markers.

Supervisor Knight has personally communicated that he is working on an alternative proposal to submit including input from the family, friends and supporters of “Eagle Scout Projects” beginning in 1998.

The origins of the “Boy Scouts of America” began in Africa and this United Nations International Year for People of African Descent it is very timely to connect the British experience in South Africa to Fair Play Road, Hangtown, USA.

The CD of the entire and very informative April 26, 2011 El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meeting is available from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors and speaks to the essential need for U.S. Congressional and California State over site.

Tomorrow, many concerned citizens will come together @ 7:00 p.m. during Rancho Cordova Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Dan Lungren in the American River Room, to hear a timely update and question some of the historic challenges within Mormon Island Relocation Cemetery.

A growing numbers of supporters will join our 10 year+ effort with the Negro Hill Burial Ground Project to seek official U.S. Government authority to replace 36 grave markers with the accurate name of the Negro Hill Cemetery.

Negro Hill, California is a U.S. national treasure. Negro Hill, CA had a large China town, Chan Lin Dim was not alone.
George Chan, Jr., the last of the original Chung Wah is a cherished teacher and friend who taught us well, perserverence.

Leland Stanford, Stanford University and Charles Crocker, Central Pacific Railroad early careers began in Negro Hill, California after arrival from the journey from New York following the NY Volunteers of the U.S. Army.

The U.S. Congress and the United Nations will recognize the founding fathers of Negro Hill and the contributions to the forward flow of humanity by the early pioneers’ African descent, their sacrifice forever changed the State of California, the entire United States of America and the world.
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