A Nonnegotiable Covenant
Our MISSION is to ensure that every publication meets the highest editorial and technical standards. Every written piece must replicate objectivity, fairness and accountability as our goal, but promotes private enterprise, support responsible governance and advocate social justice. This mission is our covenant with all readers, and consistency in execution is not negotiable.
■ CIVIL RIGHTS
“In giving rights to others which belong to them, we give rights to ourselves and to our country,” ( John Fitzgerald Kennedy).
Civil Rights are not just a nonrepresentational philosophy. They provide ethical and legitimate avenues for human existence, devoid of discrimination or persecution. International Guardian has defended these values in no small measures, working to ensure that RESIDENTS, especially the IMMIGRANT community exercise their opportunity to fully participate in the society—live as full-fleshed citizens, without fear of discrimination. We have demonstrated this by:
■ Championing several cases of civil rights violation against individuals scorned and violated by the system.
■ Collaboration with community leaders to identifying and exposing social-political system lapses such as violation of voting rights; Discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity; Child trafficking, child slavery and labor; Racial, ethnic, and religious profiling; and inequities in criminal justice system. Nevertheless, it is our belief that every citizen has a part to play in not only promoting equality, but discourage any entity, or attitude that endorse discrimination. Consequently, we denounce tribalism, and work vigorously toward unity, peace, and progress in every AFRICAN country faced with such travesty.