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Why is the Domestic Peace Corps needed?
“Go out into the streets, alleys and Go out quickly into the streets and lanes of the city, and bring
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The US Peace Corps (Foreign)
“Ask not what your country can do for you.  Ask, what you can do for your country” JFK, January 20,
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DPC: Domestic Peace Corps Mission
Mission Purpose The United States Domestic Peace Corps (USDPC) recruits, trains, equips, willing and qualified individuals to be in service
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About the USDPC
Essentially, the United States of America, Domestic Peace Corps is about GOD, The Creator of all human beings equally in
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The Saga of Ted Hayes, Founder of USDPC
His Presidential Executive Order Solutions In known United States history, the only person who has ever willingly, voluntarily chose to
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DPC Troopers – Willing and Qualified
DPC Mission In order to be in the service of the United States Peace Domestic Corps USDPC), all candidates must
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USDPC: Training
After acceptance by the United States Domestic Peace Corps administration, all accepted Servant Trooper workers (STW) will be trained extensively in
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Presidential Executive Order: Introduction
It Is The Only Way On The Creator’s Earth By Which We Together Might Achieve What Is Deemed, An Impossible
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The Marshall Plan
POTUS, Harry S. Truman He Issued Executive Order To Rebuild Europe and Japan, etc. [See Presidential Executive Order: Intro |
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POTUS Executive Orders: Eisenhower Civil Rights
Edit No doubt, invoking and utilizing the Constitutional authority imbued upon him, POTUS Dwight David Eisenhower, sought by Executive Order
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Government Chartered Township Option
Phase IV of the Justiceville EGIIP “Promised Land of America” “…I’ve seen the promised land. I may not get there
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Executive Order: Emancipation Proclamation (unedited)
January 1, 1863 A Proclamation Whereas, on the twenty-second day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand
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Executive Order: Emancipation Proclamation (edited)
By the President of the United States of America January 1, 1863 A Proclamation (editions, bold, colors, etc., mine –
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Executive Order: Emancipation Proclamation – Abbreviated
The Special Proclamation of US Military Supported, Presidential Protection of Black Citizens Against All Threats, As Such Is A Severe
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The Great Triple Amendments
 These The Consecutive, Interlocking, Great Amendments Enacted Into Constitution Between December 18,1865 thru February 3,1870.  There are no other such
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The 15th Amendment
Right of American, US Black Super Citizens To Vote  February 3,1870 (13th and 14th Amendments) Section 1. The right of
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The 13th Amendment
Ending Slavery and Involuntary Servitude  December 18,1865 (editions, bold, italics, mine | 14th and 15th) Section 1. Neither slavery nor
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Civil Rights Act of 1866 (Long Version – unedited)
Civil Rights Act of 1866: This act entitled African Americans, i.e., Descendants of Chattel Slaves, Freemen (non slave blacks), refugees
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The 14th Amendment (Unedited)
U.S. Constitution Rights Guaranteed Privileges and Immunities of Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection (edited) Section 1. All persons born
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The 14th Amendment (edited)
U.S. Constitution Rights Guaranteed Privileges and Immunities of Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection (unedited) Section. 1. All persons born
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The 1866 Civil Rights Act (edited)
Act of April 9, 1866 Ratified December 6, 1868 Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lyman Trumbull, the author of the Civil
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USDPC & the Amer-I-Can Program
Domestic Peace Corps training and education will partner with and utilize elements of the Amer-I-Can Program created by Jim Brown
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2006 Note: LA Renaissance or Bust – Consider The Options
By Ted Hayes November 9, 2006 Like the juggernaut that it is, the downtown Los Angeles Renaissance movement is rapidly
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Mainstream Resistant
Mainstreaming Resistant Homeless Persons The unique, voluntary, experience of Civil Rights-homeless activist, Ted Hayes, the original Domestic Peace Corps, servant-trooper reveals that 95-
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USDPC – Functionality Part I
 The United States Domestic Peace Corps (E.G.I.I.P.) is the central and necessary component of and within the Justiceville initiated Exodus Genesis Incentive Initiative Plan
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USDPC – Functionality Part II
In like manner to the United States Peace Corps created, established and implemented in 1961 which deployed-deploys young, college educated,
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A Look At Dome Village
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Excerpted chapter about Ted Hayes from book “GIVE ME SHELTER” Edited by Sofia Borges & R. Scott Mitchell (jpgs)
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Excerpted chapter about Ted Hayes from book “GIVE ME SHELTER” by Sofia Borges & R. Scott Mitchell (pdf)
    http://wfproject.org/docs/GIVE-ME-SHELTER-Architecture-Takes-on-the-Homeless-Crisis–excerpt-about-Ted-Hayes.pdf  
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Dome Village Powerpoint
  http://wfproject.org/docs/DomeVillage_powerpoint_1.ppt    
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General Letter To The POTUS
NOTE: Psychological, Physical and Economical Obstacles, Program  Resistance and Density no room, Makes Mainstreaming An Impossible Objective To End Homelessness
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Dome Village Booklet – reading layout
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Dome Village Booklet – printing layout
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Housing: 3 Things
Inexpensive or Lowcost housing Inexpensive land Inexpensive permitting Sweep away the regulations Permit exemption A2 Agricultural “Use by Right” camps
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Recruitment
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Partners
PLEASE ADVISE AS TO WHAT CAN BE ADDED HERE Confirmed Partners: ENCOUNTER LA – Marcela Oliva, Architecture BIM/CAD/GIS Professor     Potential
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Get Involved
Call Ted at 424-248-4219 or fill out form below Thanks!
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Contribute
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The Tent Cities of San Francisco ~ By DANIEL DUANE ~ The New York Times ~ DEC. 17, 2016
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Los Angeles’ homelessness crisis is a national disgrace ~ By The Times Editorial Board ~ Los Angeles Times ~ Feb
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The homeless in L.A. are not who you think they are ~ by The Times Editorial Board ~ The Los
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California’s housing crisis reaches from the homeless to the middle class — but it’s still almost impossible to fix ~
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As waves of homeless descend onto trains, L.A. tries a new strategy: social workers on the subway ~ Los Angeles
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