Jacksonville residents Marcus Johnson, Diallo Sekou and Ishmael A. Muhammad recently trekked to Flint, Michigan to assist residents for the #operationflint water crisis. Working under the banner of The Kemetic Empire/Urban Geoponics, the young men delivered a truck load of water to residents. They are planning a return trip on February 26th with more water and door to door drop offs. Flint’s water problem has been an ongoing problem recently garnering national attention when President Obama declared a state of emergency for the City of Flint. Residents have been consuming tap water contaminated with lead, which is a powerful neurotoxin that can produce lifelong health effects. Developing children who are exposed to lead, even at low levels, are at risk of brain damage, behavioral problems and learning disabilities.
The Jacksonville based Kemetic Empire works to resolve economic, education and health programs in Jacksonville and throughout the nation. To donate to the The Kemetic Empire/Urban Geoponics efforts for the next schedule delivery of Friday, February 26th contact Diallo-Sekou, CEO President at (706) 284-9808.