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 bringRead more.
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,Read more.
DPC: Domestic Peace Corps Mission
Mission Purpose The United States Domestic Peace Corps (USDPC) recruits, trains, equips, willing and qualified individuals to be in serviceRead more.
About the USDPC
Essentially, the United States of America, Domestic Peace Corps is about GOD, The Creator of all human beings equally inRead more.
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 toRead more.
DPC Troopers – Willing and Qualified
DPC Mission In order to be in the service of the United States Peace Domestic Corps USDPC), all candidates mustRead more.
After acceptance by the United States Domestic Peace Corps administration, all accepted Servant Trooper workers (STW) will be trained extensively inRead more.
Presidential Executive Order: Introduction
It Is The Only Way On The Creator’s Earth By Which We Together Might Achieve What Is Deemed, An ImpossibleRead more.
The Marshall Plan
POTUS, Harry S. Truman He Issued Executive Order To Rebuild Europe and Japan, etc. [See Presidential Executive Order: Intro |Read more.
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 OrderRead more.
Government Chartered Township Option
Phase IV of the Justiceville EGIIP “Promised Land of America” “…I’ve seen the promised land. I may not get thereRead more.
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 thousandRead more.
Executive Order: Emancipation Proclamation (edited)
By the President of the United States of America January 1, 1863 A Proclamation (editions, bold, colors, etc., mine –Read more.
Executive Order: Emancipation Proclamation – Abbreviated
The Special Proclamation of US Military Supported, Presidential Protection of Black Citizens Against All Threats, As Such Is A SevereRead more.
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 suchRead more.
The 15th Amendment
Right of American, US Black Super Citizens To Vote February 3,1870 (13th and 14th Amendments) Section 1. The right ofRead more.
The 13th Amendment
Ending Slavery and Involuntary Servitude December 18,1865 (editions, bold, italics, mine | 14th and 15th) Section 1. Neither slavery norRead more.
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), refugeesRead more.
The 14th Amendment (Unedited)
U.S. Constitution Rights Guaranteed Privileges and Immunities of Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection (edited) Section 1. All persons bornRead more.
The 14th Amendment (edited)
U.S. Constitution Rights Guaranteed Privileges and Immunities of Citizenship, Due Process and Equal Protection (unedited) Section. 1. All persons bornRead more.
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 CivilRead more.
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 BrownRead more.
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 rapidlyRead more.
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-Read more.
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 PlanRead more.
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,Read more.
A Look At Dome VillageRead more.
Excerpted chapter about Ted Hayes from book “GIVE ME SHELTER” Edited by Sofia Borges & R. Scott Mitchell (jpgs)Read more.
Excerpted chapter about Ted Hayes from book “GIVE ME SHELTER” by Sofia Borges & R. Scott Mitchell (pdf)
Dome Village Powerpoint
General Letter To The POTUS
NOTE: Psychological, Physical and Economical Obstacles, Program Resistance and Density no room, Makes Mainstreaming An Impossible Objective To End HomelessnessRead more.
Dome Village Booklet – reading layoutRead more.
Dome Village Booklet – printing layoutRead more.
Housing: 3 Things
Inexpensive or Lowcost housing Inexpensive land Inexpensive permitting Sweep away the regulations Permit exemption A2 Agricultural “Use by Right” campsRead more.
PLEASE ADVISE AS TO WHAT CAN BE ADDED HERE Confirmed Partners: ENCOUNTER LA – Marcela Oliva, Architecture BIM/CAD/GIS Professor PotentialRead more.
Call Ted at 424-248-4219 or fill out form below Thanks!Read more.
The Tent Cities of San Francisco ~ By DANIEL DUANE ~ The New York Times ~ DEC. 17, 2016Read more.
Los Angeles’ homelessness crisis is a national disgrace ~ By The Times Editorial Board ~ Los Angeles Times ~ FebRead more.
The homeless in L.A. are not who you think they are ~ by The Times Editorial Board ~ The LosRead more.
California’s housing crisis reaches from the homeless to the middle class — but it’s still almost impossible to fix ~Read more.
As waves of homeless descend onto trains, L.A. tries a new strategy: social workers on the subway ~ Los AngelesRead more.