NATCHEZ'S FORKS OF THE ROAD "SLAVE" MARKETS SITE

Mississippi is
celebrating its bicentennial. Forks of Road enslavement sites and Exhibition
tells how chattel slavery enabled Mississippi to become a state in 1817.
Mississippi was admitted into the United States as "slave state"
balanced by Indiana admitted as a "free state.
"GOING
TO CHICAGO" FROM NATCHEZ'S FORKS OF THE ROAD "SLAVE" MARKETS
SITE THAT IS ABOUT TO BECOME PART OF NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AFTER 22 YEARS OF
SER SESHSH AB HETER-CM BOXLEY LEAD ADVOCACY.
Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-CM Boxley of Friends of the Forks of the
Roads Society Inc and creator of the America’s “Domestic Slave Trade” at
Natchez Forks of the Road Traveling Exhibition now showing at Northeastern Illinois University Chicago “Going to Chicago” and urge folks in Chicago whose
generational roots are in Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, etc. to come
learn the story of why we African descent people exist in these states before
the “great migration” north and later.
My person will be speaking at Northeastern Illinois University
Chicago in the Auditorium starting at 12:30 p.m. Afterwards University
staff will have a reception in the lobby area from 2- 5 p.m.
The Auditorium is located in Building E, of the NEIU Main
Campus. The physical entrance is at 5500 N. St. Louis Avenue,
Chicago, IL. Best wishes, Hey, I will get my book sometime this week
or next week.
Pinkey A. Stewart, PhD
Director, Project Success
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
773.442.5437 (phone)
773.442.4904 (fax)
p-stewart2@neiu.edu
"Diversity is not about how we differ. Diversity is about
embracing one another's uniqueness." Ola Joseph
Award Winning Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-CM Boxley
'You know that you are in trouble when you allow
the same people who have historically oppressed you tell you your history and
define your reality"... Dr. Runoko Rashidi
601-442-4719
P. O. Box 2188
Natchez, Ms. 39121
FB Ser Seshs Ab Heter-Boxley,
FB Forks of Roads America's Domestic "Slave"Market Natchez
Leader of Equal Human
Commemorations Campaign to
"Desegregate" History/Culture in Mississippi-Central Louisiana
Pertaining to Chattel Slavery, Black Civil War Freedom Fighters,
19th and 20th Centuries Civil Rights and Diversity.
Former Public Service Administrator
Veteran of San Francisco
Bay Area
Civil & Human Rights Movements
Former Ph.d Candidate Antioch Ohio
University Without Walls San Francisco
Holds California Community College Public
Services/Administration Credential
Masters Urban and Regional Planning &
B. A. Sociology California State University San Jose,
AA Business College of San Mateo Ca.,
Former Community College Instructor,
Former Multli-Culture Community Development CEO Redwood City Ca.,
Author & Publisher! Enabled Capacity Of Natchez Ms. Deacons For Defense & Justice
To Defend The Natchez People Who Waged "One Of The Most Successful
Economic Boycotts In Civil Rights History." Same Tri-part Methods were
Applied Throughout Mississippi to win modern Civil Rights!