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Friends of the African Union




For public release January 29th 2016,

My name is Hershel Daniels, Junior. I am the United Methodist Men of Keys of the Kingdom UMC 100 Male March leader and on Nov. 28th, the day of my birth, I issued this statement - "First, with respect to the family of Micheal Brown my organizations heartfelt condolences in his death at the hands of the Ferguson, MO, Police Officer Wilson on August 9th 2014. As a member of the United Methodist Church my prayers are in the hope that young Mr. Brown’s spirit receives the peace and love he could not find in the dysfunctional environment of Ferguson, MO. We look to work with all members of the church and allies to end institutionalized racism in government at all levels. We have defined racism as a medical condition that deserves inclusion in the medical treatment manual DSM version 5 and I pledge to work to that end. We work to end institutionalized federal government racism in that of the United States of America in partnership with African Civil society and international organizations such as the United Nations.”

We do so in the shadow of the call of Africa with the first global African Diaspora Summit in May 2012 and my attendance, by US State Department invitation, to the US Africa Business Summit held in Cincinnati, Ohio in June 2012. We heard that call for her (Africa) children to organize in joint operations as the African diaspora in a sixth region of her international organization the African Union (AU). Since then in 2012 I have led a select group that not only answered the call through the 5 legacy projects assigned to us from the summit but through leadership as a representative of our community answered the call to meet with others in the African Diaspora this past November (2015) under the leadership of the African Unions civil society arm to answer many questions that many of us in the Africa Diaspora have. In answering that call we thereby help the 1.5 billion people of the African Union.

I answer as Chairman of the Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Friends of the African Union (FAU) and through my company MDi Africa (2015) and as an American of African and French decent (1848). FAU recognizes that the African Union, to date, is the only organization which has the structural and functional capacity to unite, and service the needs and aspirations of the more than 1.5 billion African people, globally. Friends of the African Union is an Ohio unincorporated economic, social, humanitarian, charitable, educational and new media civil-society ruling body founded (2012) to work for the benefit of the African diaspora in their host countries in support of the African Union’s Africa 2063 plan (2013).

Friends of the African Union Chamber of Commerce (FAU Chamber) is the first 21st century economic and business development African civil-society ruling body who is also a global business incubation center, ISO26000 consultant, and developer of non governmental business support organization chapters worldwide. It was founded (2013) as a business service bureau to the African Union and its member businesses.

The AU designated in 2013 African Diasporan organizations and individuals to review its 50 year plan. Friends of the African Union was asked by the African Union in August 2013 to the First African Union Consultation Meeting with the Diaspora on the African Union Agenda 2063 - New York, United States of America Oct. 8th through the 10th 2013. This then authorized us as an African American led NGO to comment on the plan and we did so. At the same time told them of what we had as a plan for the USA a Quantitative Easing based solution to poverty for African Americans. For a summary of that plan see page two. We plan that by 2020 the MDi United States of Africa (2016) is to be the global business holding and trading company for FAU with major lines of business that will partner with a million FAU Chamber members to create jobs. Friends of the Africa Union is pleased to present to the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent first visit in this cycle to the United States January 19-29 2016 a summary of our unsolicited proposal to the US Federal Government to end institutionalized federal government racism through the legal process that is in place using Federal Acquisition Regulations, Subpart 15.6—Unsolicited Proposals. We extend now an invitation for the Working Group to have a second visit later this year to review this Unsolicited Proposal.

BACKGROUND: The Friends of the African Union joined with the New Future Foundation on Sept. 15th 2014 submitted, as a United Nation Civil Society joint venture, UN HRC Document JS51_UPR22_USA_E_Main, the facts of the Mike Brown case, known then, as an example, to the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and US State Dept. of possible police misconduct, in line with the deadline for such a submission in regards to The Universal Periodic Review of the USA. The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process which involves a review of the human rights records of all UN Member States. The UPR is a State-driven process, under the auspices of the Human Rights Council, which provides the opportunity for each State to declare what actions they have taken to improve the human rights situations in their countries and to fulfill their human rights obligations.

The President of the United States has used the UPR process to declare that the number one humanitarian problem in the USA is Racism and the number two is our criminal justice system. This is our answer. Here is our solution that we will detail in Black History Month 2016 with 1,000 partners acquired during the month. Together we will urge the President to issue orders to the Treasury Secretary to enable our government agent the US Federal Reserve to buy debt that creates jobs and hope in 300 markets.


THE NFF/FAU UNUPR DANIELS IDIQ $5T Solution to US Federal Government Racism 


US President tells the US Federal Reserve to buy debt issued by its banks


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Salaries and IDIQ ISO 26000 Solutions



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$300B Infrastructure in 30 states

$700B 7 Million for Jobs and Homes

$250B 1M FAU Business Partners

$250B Public Private Partnerships

$250B My Brothers Keeper of Africa

$250B National Fair Banking Ptr.

$500B Public Housing Authority Alliance

$500B LMI Subsidized Housing

$500B Homelessness Homes in America

$500B Urban Market Rate Green NIMS Homes

$100B Veterans and First Responders

$100B FAU Fellows Urban Tech Fair STEM Program

$100B Men’s Business Programs


$100B Women’s Business Programs

$100B Erase the Digital Divide

$100B My Brothers Keeper of an African American Alliance Youth Program

$100B My Brothers Keeper of an African American Alliance 60 plus Program

$100B Health and Social Services

$100B My Brothers Keeper of an African American Alliance AEC/GC/PLA Program











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