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What Does Color Free Mean?

Very simply it means:  There is No Supreme Race or Color, but rather, Citizens working together for lawful expression within the bounds of the constitution.

Mission Statement:


    To raise the awareness of critical problems dividing the populous and confronting the future progress of America.  This is a call to unity on International, National, Community, and Educational issues. 

Concept of Implementation:


    To promote and integrate conceptual ideals that appeal to positive moral and spiritual values, accepted principles of Law and Order, as well as social values that encourage life, liberty and the pursuit of both collective and individual peace and faith.




     The promotion of unity of social factions, prosperity through collective productive and obedience under Law, as well as the introduction of a moral code of ethics that addresses in a positive and direct way, major issues, such as:

1.  Developing a community desire for cooperative resolution of social challenges. Resolving violence and discrimination in the schools.

2.  Resolving violence and segregation in the neighborhoods.


3.  Creating community involvement in local crime prevention.


4.  Neutralizing racial tensions throughout the social structure.


5.  Resisting illegal trafficking and possession of drugs within the schools and community.

6.  Re-focusing the social attention off the past divisions and onto a promising new future vision.

You can join CFAM (Color Free America) and many other volunteers in bringing a unity based vision and faith for tomorrow to America, South Africa and the World.

 United We Stand

Frankly put, it's going to take all of us to fix the problems of racism and division.  The "us" against "them" must cease if our children are to inherit much of a future that is not in shambles.  The legacy of Love leaves hope wherever possible for future generations to remember us by.

Dr. Howard Hatcher

“During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.” 
― Nelson Mandela

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