Boycott for justice

BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE for Troy Anthony Davis.  VIDEO LINK:  (Five (5) paragraphs, 7 full links and also 13 embedded links in the Wikipedia “Atlanta” excerpt. Links in the tweets from my Twitter @koffietime account are not incl in the count.) On August 15, 2011, petitions with over 600,000 signatures were presented to the Georgia Pardons and Paroles Board to stop Troy Davis’ execution.  There is no telling how many people were prevented from endorsing the petitions like I was numerous times.  Please call and email Fortune 500 corporations that do business in and with the State of Georgia and enlist corporate support for Troy Davis.  Tell corporations, especially those with headquarter offices in Georgia, that YOU WILL NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THEM unless and until they publish their aversion to killing Troy Davis and other potentially innocent Americans who are denied new trials with substantial post-conviction evidence or denied DNA tests.  Officials care about what corporations want.  Therefore, it is important to give corporations a FINANCIAL INCENTIVE to want justice in the United States of America.  Call Georgia-based businesses, including hotels and convention centers, and urge them to join the quest to SAVE TROY DAVIS. For your convenience, this link carries a list of companies by revenue and their headquarters:   – Why should such events as the “Black Family Reunion,” major religious conventions, and Amnesty International’s Southern Regional Conference be held in a state that executes innocent men in disregard of the People’s pleas for justice?

Wikipedia reports that Atlanta is considered to be a top business city and is a primary transportation hub of the Southeastern United States—via highway, railroad, and air . Metro Atlanta [a city where police threatened to arrest me in June 2010 for speaking to people about the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal] contains the world headquarters of corporations such as The Coca-Cola CompanyTurner BroadcastingThe Home DepotAT&T MobilityUPS, and Delta Air Lines. Atlanta has the country’s third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 75 percent of Fortune 1000 companies have business operations in the metropolitan area, helping Atlanta realize a gross metropolitan product of US $270 billion, accounting for more than two-thirds of Georgia’s economy. Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has been the world’s busiest airport since 1998. Read more atWikipedia’s “Atlanta” site at this link:

During the civil rights era and the period when unions were formed, people understood that successful protests must impact business profits to some degree.  If not for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others who staged the Birmingham Bus Boycott, African Americans might be marching, singing and signing petitions against segregation today but still sitting at the back of the bus.  If not for union leaders and strikers who formed human chains to stop ingress and egress at manufacturing plants to prevent profits, Americans might never have won a 40-hour work week with vacation and sick leave and safer working conditions. Justice in America is a business decision. Cancel your Georgia vacations, concerts, conventions, and business contracts with Georgia-based businesses internationally if Troy Davis is executed.  Please inform businesses of YOUR intention to boycott Georgia corporations unless they PUBLICLY PARTICIPATE in saving Troy Davis.  Obviously, it is insufficient to sign petitions, attend rallies and marches, and call Georgia officials.  Hundreds of thousands of people all over the world have done that for years, but another Georgia judge issued an execution order for Troy Davis on September 6, and execution is scheduled for September 21.  Continue to call Gov. Deal (404)656-1776 and Georgia’s Board of Pardons and Paroles (404)656-5651, which is meeting on September 19th.  ADDITIONALLY, PLEASE CALL CORPORATIONS AND MAKE IT THEIR BUSINESS TO SUPPORT JUSTICE.

Urge civil and human rights leaders and organizations to support this BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE if Troy Davis is executed.  Boycotting is the highly effective protest method commonly used in the 1960’s and 70’s (Google “BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE”).  Please see many other articles in my FreeSpeakBlog, including:  Mary Neal v. USA”  and “Diversion Needed! Let’s Kill Troy Davis”  – Access more justice articles at the index on the left margin of FreeSpeakBlog.  Blessings!

Advocacy by Mary Neal, Wrongful Death of Larry Neal – director of ASSISTANCE TO THE INCARCERATED MENTALLY ILL (“AIMI”) – an online advocacy against mass incarceration, prisoner abuse and capital punishment, racism and class consciousness within the justice system.  This is the flyer that hundreds of people will receive at the march from Woodruff Park to Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta during the SOLIDARITY WITH TROY DAVIS events, which include a prayer service and speeches by noted civil/human rights advocates (who surprisingly haven’t a thing to say about Larry Neal’s lynching in Memphis, TN in 2003 or my family’s intense censorship and terrorism to intimidate us into silence.  Well, thank God they help Troy Davis).


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