Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Protest RX Tests on Foster Children 5-14

Saturday, May 14, 2005 1:00 PM
Emergency Rally at 1:00 PM
Saturday, May 14, 2005
Incarnation Children's Center

142 Audubon Avenue between 172d & 173d St.
#1, 9, A, C to 168 STREET

From: "Rolando Bini"
Subject: [NYGAN] Emergency Rally on 5-14-05 at the Incarnation
Children's Center
Dear Freedom Fighters: Please Spread Far and Wide.
Rolando Bini, Parents in Action For Leadership and Human Rights

Forced Drug Experiments
on Black & Latino Babies

Recent news report have exposed the NYC Administration for
Children's Services (ACS) in a conspiracy to force experimental and lethal
drug treatments on Black & Latino Children who after testing HIV
positive were kidnapped from their mothers at the Hospital and forcibly
placed in Foster Care.

The BBC (British Broadcasting Co.) after a 9 month
recently aired a documentary called "Guinea Pig Kids", which
how NYC government supports these racist and genocidal acts
Our Children at the Incarnation Children's Center in Washington
Heights, Manhattan, run by Catholic Charities for big profits.

There are 19,000 Children in Foster Care in NYC: 98% of them
Black & Latino, less than 1% White. Foster Care in NYC is a subtle
continuation of Institutionalized Slavery. It treats Children as
Chattel, violating the 13th Amendment against Slavery and
Involuntary Servitude. See

Stop this outrage Now!
Join Us in Defense of Our Children

It Must be Stopped by Us
Defend Our Children from their Tormentors
Close Down This Slaughterhouse
No More "Tuskegee Experiments"

Emergency Rally at 1:00 PM
Saturday, May 14, 2005
Incarnation Children's Center
142 Audubon Avenue, Washington Heights, Manhattan
(172 & 173 Street, Trains 1, 9, A, C to 168 St. Stop)

Sponsors: Parents in Action, Millions for Reparations, Mothers
of the
Stolen Children, December 12th Movement, Parents Against Forced
Adoption, Circulo Bolivariano, Concerned Citizens for Family
Preservation. Harlem Tenants Council, Descendants of Freedom,
Mother's Acting Up, People's Advocacy Network, etc. Contact:
or parentsinaction1'at'


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