43rd Annual Cherishing The Innocent
Children of Jonestown Prayer Vigil
Join Us For The Official
43rd ANNUAL 305 INNOCENT CHILDREN OF
JONESTOWN AND VICTIMS MEMORIAL SERVICE
YOU ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US AS WE HONOR THE MEMORIES OF 305 INNOCENT CHILDREN AND CELEBRATE THE LIVES OF THOSE LOST.
Thursday, November 18, 2021,
6450 Camden St.
Oakland, CA 94605
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Innocent children are not responsible for the crimes committed against them. A Memorial Wall with Jim Jones’ name added disrespects all children who have been murdered and sends a message to our children worldwide that it is ok to kill them and celebrate the name of their murderer leaving them feeling helpless and vulnerable.
On November 18, 1978, the world was changed forever…
918 American citizens, 305 children, including 40 infants, American Congressman Leo Ryan and a United Press International news and film crew all lost their lives in that Paradise of Pain forever rendered infamous by its name: “Jonestown”.
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The Souls of the Children – We are their Protectors
On November 18, 1978, when 918 members of Jim Jones’s People’s Temple were forced to drink poison Flavor-Aid or be shot to death this does not describe suicide. Of the precious souls of seniors in their golden years, and women in their childbearing years, of those who died 305 were innocent children. They were forced to live in the jungles of Guyana, barely eating and being terrorized in the middle of the night to hear a shrewd, calculating man scaring them to death.
Today, we still feel the pain, and we feel a sense of responsibility for the Souls of these 305 children. Forty-three years later, today, we still strive to continue to honor the Lives of the Children. How do we rise above the atrocities of this gut-wrenching tragedy that took place on that day? Cherishing the Innocent Children Memorial (CICM) works to become for all children, Parental Ambassadors, the protective factors that are needed to ensure that children will never suffer these kinds of atrocities again in spite of the severe odds they face in their daily lives. The establishment of the CICM Portable Memorial to honor them on their sacred final resting place solidifies our commitment with the hope that those of us committed to the Souls of the Children will become Parental Ambassadors as organizations, churches, leaders, or individuals joining this work. All but a few of the children were American Citizens and predominantly Black. Is this the reason a Cemetery owner would cement a mass murderer’s name in History on the resting place where 40 infants are buried? 406 bodies where most of the children rest, who now desecrates their memory as they silently scream from the ground, “We couldn’t escape him in America, Jonestown, and we still aren’t free from Jim Jones, who ordered our deaths before we could fulfill our God given destiny.”