Harlem Press Release – Hostility against any racial group is unacceptable forms of behavior and not enough literature under the Pew Research Center was assessed to reduce the social issues and trends that led to the recent attacks against the Jewish Community. President Trump quickly addressed amending Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, to include Anti-Semitism rhetoric for the protection within an Executive Order to combat the hatred towards Jewish people as a language. The identity and free speech within the Jewish community has long been ignored during the walks of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. which prohibited any form of discrimination against African Americans, Black Indigenous, Native Americans, and national groups who were oppressed by FREE SPEECH. Positive Advocates certified to use microphones to project their stories under the Second Amendment regarding the right to bear arms, also included the long overdue rhetoric called “Federal Funding” in their messages for laws regarding the protections based upon race, color, national origin, and ethic characteristics.
So why did it take so long for the nonpartisan think tanks to decide that Jewish is a racial group/national origin since the persecution and attempted annihilation of the Jewish people by Nazi Germany? Why did it take ammunition messaging from the origins of Harlem, New York to get the pin on paper to protect Holocaust survivors tomorrow? Was it the hidden kitchen expressions monopoly to great longevity that brought the demise of four young Brooklyn Jewish Community members in the Black-Clad Duo episode on December 10, 2019, in Jersey City, New Jersey that made the President add alternative adjustments to reduce the bias between the African American/East Indian communities against Jews?
What about the recent English communication idiom that hit the five Hasidic Jews within the Jewish Community at Rockland County during a religious event of significance driven from Harlem, New York? A masked Black Man with a machete attacks during a celebration of life on the seventh night of Hanukkah? Was this an act of “Domestic Terrorism?” According to the announcement by Governor Cuomo “it is an Act of Domestic Terrorism and we must call it what it is…..” When Harlem residents of Caribbean origins begin to attack another nationality out of hostility and hatred becomes a fact from all political spectrums.