2021 Salem United Inc Projects
What we plan to do!
Program 1: Negro Election Black Celebration Day
Program 2: Events, Gala’s, Workshops and Health
Program 3: Voting Registration & U.S Census
Program 4: Preserve Slave and freed Black Headstones. Negro Election Day Program! Exhibition
Program 5: State Holiday
Projects During Covid-19
Voting Registration & U.S Census.
Salem United, Inc will be working with Organizations and Colleges to get workshops and seminars. Due to Covid-19 we know they will have to be online. We are reaching out to Professors, Senator's office and Organizations to begin the process of educating in the areas of
1. Understanding the Electoral College
2. Why the U.S. Census is important
3. What does it mean to take a Civil Service Test
2. Understanding your Vote and your Voice - Being Black and Voting.
Slave And Freed Black Cemeteries
Salem United is working with the City of Salem MA and Epoch Preservation to preserve and protect the Slave and Freed Black section of the Howard Street Cemetery in Salem MA. Due to neglect and deterioration headstones need to be restored. Salem United, would love to work with the city to have it maintained properly and become an active part of the Salem tour in the city.
Salem United, Inc.is holding its exhibit at Hamilton Hall in Salem MA. The exhibition is called, "Unmasking & Evolution of Negro Election Day and The Black Vote. A Virtual Exhibit will be available June 18th, 2022. In person days are Friday, Saturday, Sunday. The exhibition will be at Hamilton Hall until August 28th. We will announce our new location in August .
In 2018 Salem United, Inc submitted a Bill S1880 to Senator Lovely's Office. The Bill unfortunately was never submitted to the Senate. In 2021 a 2nd Draft was revised by Salem United, Inc to Senator Lovely's office and we are awaiting it to be submitted through the process. Salem United, Inc. is working with Salem League of Women Voters to get the Bill passed.
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