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Announcing a National Day of Reconciliation on August 4th, 2018 (Louis Armstrong’s Birthday)

Two brothers whose ancestor’s brother, Caesar Rodney, signed the Declaration of Independence today posted a letter to all American families at H Stanley Judd – Digital Publishers.

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KIHEI, Hawaii, May 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — H Stanley Judd – Digital Publishers has posted a new letter addressed to American families. The letter asks forgiveness for the harm the brothers’ family has done for 242 years to American Kids who did not have white skin and were denied their unalienable rights to this day.

https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters/

The letter, signed by the brothers and their friends, Jay McDowell, Yale 59, New York, Milton Williams, San Francisco Conservatory of Music ’63, Masters degree,Notre Dame de Namur University, ’85, California, Louise Russell, Penn State ’52, Delaware

also asks all Americans to join us on a National Day of Reconciliation on August 4th, 2018 (Louis Armstrong’s birthday) at https://hstanleyjudd.com/hope/
Bishop Tutu understood that any nation that uses color to define each of us is cruel and ungovernable. Here is what he said:

“Forgiving and being reconciled to our enemies or our loved ones are not about pretending that things are other than they are. It is not about patting one another on the back and turning a blind eye to the wrong. True reconciliation exposes the awfulness, the abuse, the hurt, the truth. It could even sometimes make things worse. It is a risky undertaking but in the end it is worthwhile, because in the end only an honest confrontation with reality can bring real healing. Superficial reconciliation can bring only superficial healing.”

― Desmond Tutu

Here is what was posted at https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/02/24/hope/:
“If my friend has black skin my friend is not black, my friend has black skin. He is my friend. If my friend has blue eyes, she is not blue, she has blue eyes. She is my friend. In the digital age skin color can no longer be used to define each of us. My friend is my friend and together we can make America a safe playground for all American kids where they can flourish and make their dreams come true.”

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PREVIEW

Announcing on June, 23rd, 2018, at https://hstanleyjudd.com/2017/09/11/te-deum-a-celebration-of-the-life-of-ingrid-m-judd/ the world premiere of Milton Williams, conducting his digital orchestra in the performance of Walking hand in hand with God, a Bridge to the Promised Land, a te deum celebrating the life of Ingrid M Judd.

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H Stanley Judd – Digital Publishers Launches Initiative to Restore Art of Writing Letters in America

First letter posted to new site addressed to Former Justice John Paul Stevens regarding the removal of the Second Amendment from the Constitution
Is the Second Amendment in danger of being removed from the Constitution?
KIHEI, Hawaii, April 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — H Stanley Judd – Digital Publishers announced the launching of American Letters 2018, (https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters/) the nation’s newest website created to encourage Americans to restore the art of writing letters.

The letters on the site will be archived so that historians will have a resource that reflects the thinking of all Americans as they move through the difficult transition from the Tribal Age (Tribal thinking within the human condition) into the Digital Age (Non-Tribal thinking outside the Human Condition).
Two letters have been posted to the site:

1. A letter responding to former John Paul Stevens suggesting that the 2nd Amendment to the constitution should be removed (https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters/)
2. A letter asking all Americans to join in on a National Day of Reconciliation on August 4th, 2018 (Louis Armstrong’s birthday (https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters/)
In 1787 and 1788, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison, under the pen name “Publius.”, wrote and published 85 letters. These letters are an important source for understanding the Constitution.
AMERICAN LETTERS 2018 encourages all Americans to begin writing letters offering their ideas as to how Americans can make the United States of America a garden in which American kids (no matter what their skin color might be) can flourish and make their dreams come true.
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@Lester Holt @Supreme Court

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/H Stanley Judd – Digital Publishers Launches Initiative to Restore Art of Writing Letters in America

First letter posted to new site addressed to Former Justice John Paul Stevens regarding the removal of the Second Amendment from the Constitution

Is the Second Amendment in danger of being removed from the Constitution?

Former Justice John Paul Stevens seems to think so.

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Apr 17, 2018, 12:57 ET

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KIHEI, HAWAII, April 17, 2018

/H Stanley Judd – Digital Publishers announced the launching of American Letters 2018, (https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters/) the nation’s newest website created to encourage Americans to restore the art of writing letters. The letters on the site will be archived so that historians will have a resource that reflects the thinking of all Americans as they move through the difficult transition from the Tribal Age (thinking within the human condition) and the Digital Age (thinking outside the Human Condition).

Two letters have been posted to the site:

1. A letter responding to former John Paul Stevens suggesting that the 2nd Amendment to the constitution should be removed (https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters//)

2. A letter asking all Americans to join in on a National Day of Reconciliation on August 4th, 2018 (Louis Armstrong’s birthday (https://hstanleyjudd.com/2018/04/01/letters/)

#Lester Holt @Lester Holt @Supreme Court #Supreme Court

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