THOUSANDS OF WOMEN IN WHITE, FOLLOWED BY THOUSANDS OF
MEN IN BLACK EVENT OVERVIEW
A statewide call for women to join and create thousands of WOMEN IN WHITE, followed by thousands of MEN IN BLACK, for a historic march in and through the streets of the city of Los Angeles to commence a nationwide NEW movement for Peace, Faith and Family to extend across America, with a message AND a unified front to help stabilize a crippled Nation.
A House, Kingdom, Church, Supreme Court or Nation divided WILL NOT STAND and thus WOMEN IN WHITE, followed by MEN IN BLACK will stand to show and tell a story; long lost and forgotten; of how the women in any community, city or wash pot areas in the world have always taken steps to save and support women and households in the struggle for equality in employment, in the military, in life and in a broke down world of chaos.
NOW, the WOMEN IN WHITE will show up again, at a time such as this, to be heard and be counted as those interested in preserving a Nation for their children and Grandchildren and for their men who help lead aright in the face of enemy taunts of national destruction. No woman left behind in a wheelchair, on crutches, declared blind or walking in homelessness and poverty will be left behind in our mission of support and call out for peace and family preservation…. with no city left unturned from our humble start in Los Angeles, California.
We will come to sell not, preach not, put egos
on front street or act as judge and executioner of those whose actions say they
are out of harmony with the health, moral and emotional well-being or social
welfare of others, born or unborn. We
come to share ourselves for the sake of others and by example of faith, reach
out silently by show that all can live together in peace and harmony when
values that shaped our century were in place and honored. Our example will
speak louder than words.
STATE OF WASHINGTON, D.C. , MARYLAND, VIRGINIA
Dr.William Harrison, 1,000 Women In White, Inc. National Platform Minister and Celebrated Author
National Speaker of the Floor, Peace Proceedings Chairman
S. Maxine Johnson, March Logistics
Barbara Duncan-Jackson, March Outreach, Social Media Services
Michael Miller, District of Columbia March Coordinator
Stephanie Culver, March Secretary, Corresponding Management
Tami S. Hayes, Marching Band Coordinator, Music/Song Chair
Charles Grant, Public Information Media Outreach Officer, Videographer
Rev. Donald Isaac (D.C. Mayor's Office) of Religious Affairs
Senior Pastor Daryl Flood
Dr. Randolph Fitzgerald
Anthony D. Pearson, Brownstone, Inc.
Most Honorable Grand Master John W. Green
Grand Master Norman L. Campbell
Dr. Marcia Ann Mims Coppertino, Ph.D. Msc.D Psy.D 1000 Woman in White, to be followed by 100 Men in Black Founding Organizer/Director
in dedication to Great Grandfather, Rev. Will Henry Mims; Grandfather/Grandmother Rev. Calvin and Ann Kirby Mims, formerly of Memphis, Tennessee, and father, the late Bishop James Howard Mims, Community Leader, Activist, Counselor, Lover of the People
MR. ELWIN RUTLEDGE, U.S. STATE COORDINATOR, 1,000 WOMEN IN WHITE LOGISTICS
Missionary Humanitarian, Producer, Writer.
A Man with a vision of global peace and love.
One of the Men in Black, January 9, 2016