04/24/19, I planted a raspberry tree in memory and honor of my late mom: Elizabeth Makouela Okoumou (Ma Lily). Sunday May 12, 2019 is Mother's Day in the US. If you recall, after my sentencing (March 19, 2019) by the US Government (Department of Justice) for climbing the Statue of Liberty on July 04, 2018, #MaLily was admitted to the hospital in a coma; she passed on Sunday March 31, 2019. Ma Lily was buried on Friday April 05, 2019. She #RIP in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo (French Congo).
Sunday May 05th was my last day at Roots of Peace Community Garden performing the 200 hours of community service that the Department of Justice had imposed upon me as punishment for embarrassing Donald J. Trump and his vile administration. You can read more about how I feel after this accomplishment on my blog:
Sunday May 12th is Mother's Day in the USA. I will be honoring my late mom (Elizabeth Makouela Okoumou, a/k/a #MaLily) on her first Mother's Day apart from this wicked world although #MaLily would agree that mother's day is every day.
Ma Lily Elizabeth Makouela Okoumou is resting in peace under a raspberry tree at Roots of Peace Community Garden on the North Shore of Staten Island, New York. We planted this raspberry tree and the flowers around it in memory and honor of #MaLily's spiritual strength. She had healing powers. So, come visit this healing tree for sanctuary, peace and harmony with Mother Earth.
I do miss Africa, plenty. I want to start a foundation for women in Africa to help build lives and restore the souls of many who have lost hope in humanity. Anyone with such expertise or connection, please do not hesitate to contact me via my website (under contact us).
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"When I climbed the Statue of Liberty on July 04, 2018, I wanted to express the urgency of stopping our government’s reprehensible and inhumane treatment of migrant children. I was fearless, bold and brave in the name of justice. I wanted no one to forget that children have been forced into cages and that we must do everything we can to stop the imprisonment of children. Even today many of these children are still in cages. Tender-aged children have been ripped away from nursing mothers. Toddlers are being asked to testify in court. Parents are torn apart with grief and very little has been done to reunite these families. As a matter of facts, Donald J. Trump’s profiteers, his cronies and minions are making billions of dollars on these concentration camps. On September 18th, FEMA chief Brock Long faced an investigation for violating ethics rules. Steve Benen from The MaddowBlog broke this story out, as reported by the Wall Street Journal." @pokoumou
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A national symbolic figure who scaled the Statue of Liberty to protest against Donald John Trump’s Zero-tolerance immigration policy is raising funds for my work as an activist and the trouble the government has put me through: home confinement, electronic ankle monitor, five years probation plus 200 hours of community service, including violation of my rights to freely assembled under our constitution. My action on 07/04/18 is supported by the Declaration of Independence. Donate Now!
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