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Belinda Parker-Brown, CEO

Louisiana United International, Inc. 



Fight COVID-19

Death Chambers:

Slidell, Louisiana. - Aug. 3, 2020 - PRLog — An international nonprofit advocate is spotlighting the State of Louisiana — America's "Incarceration Capital" — in warning that African Americans are at risk of genocide due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on incarcerated populations. Belinda Parker-Brown, Co-founder and CEO of Louisiana United International, Inc. (LUI), contends that most people incarcerated during the pandemic are enduring cruel and unusual punishment, including large populations of African Americans.

LUI is fighting to STOP the abuse
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The Fight to Save Reverend Errol Victor, Sr.

WHAT:  Coverage by Priorities and Opt IN USA of the virtual press conference hosted by Louisiana United International, Inc. (LUI) on Tuesday - December 22, 2020 @ 2:00 PM Central Time.

  • For related documents, including the Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus filed by LUI's Belinda Parker-Brown on behalf of Rev. Victor against Alvin Robinson, Warden of Nelson Coleman Correctional Center at Killona, Louisiana, look under About the Event

The Fight to Save Rev. Errol Victor, Sr.
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