Freedom Fighters Gallery
This is Our Story
As shown in human history, every improvement of our living conditions has been essentially due to the gradual recognition of human rights in various societies around the globe.With the first successful circumnavigation in 1521 and uring the next 300 years, about 25 million individuals were captured through Africa. Thousands of Spanish, Portuguese, British, French and Dutch ships transplanted more than 12 million individuals to the Americas
Now, in 2016, through eight years of Research & Development, the American Museum of Creole Cultures (AMCC), has conceived and created the Triangular Trade Coin as a tangible medium of solidarity to connect every willing promoter of Universal Human Rights with each of the 25 millions “Forgotten Ones” at the roots of the Enlightenment Age and the “Freedom Fighters” who led the three founding revolutions, USA (1787), France 1st Republic (1789), Haiti (1804). generating the Age of the Enlightenment, cradle of the Universal Human Rights for Global Citizenship.
This solidarity between the Global Citizen and the Forgotten One is set to overcome the largest obstacle to full recognition of universal human rights by achieving Universal Schooling for Children.
To contribute in fulfilling this mission, the AMCC is developing the “Incubator for sustainable development” to consolidate locally owned cooperative economic activities to fund the TALENT SCHOOL HAITI NETWORK in their village.
THE INCUBATOR FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
At this stage, as of July 1st, 2016, the AMCC is inviting the first fifty members of the Triangular Trade Coin to join us by registering with the AMCC and receive their personalized TTC that will give each member access to the AMCC website. Each member will be digitally link with one of the 25 million “Forgotten Ones” by a number assigned algorithmically and inscribed in the visitors gallery of the LIGHTS FROM THE WOMBS OF THE TRIANGULAR TRADE monumental Art Work in the museum pavilion of the INCUBATOR.
The American Museum of Creole Cultures is a Florida registered Not-For-profit entity with mission to build and operate global multi-disciplinary museum facilities, collections, display, education and R&D covering the cultural heritage of all the ancestral communities who have miscegenated while plowing every inch of earth to share a better life.
The American Museum of Creole Cultures – AMCC is a Florida registered Not-For-profit entity with mission to build and operate global multi-disciplinary museum facilities, collections, display, education and R&D covering the cultural heritage of all the ancestral communities who have miscegenated while plowing every inch of earth to share a better life.
TALENT SCHOOL HAITI NETWORK
THE TRIANGULAR TRADE COIN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP