AMERICAN GI FORUM OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST EDUCATIONAL VOUCHERS RESOLUTUION

WHEREAS, the American GI Forum of the United States was established in 1948 to address Mexican American Veteran and their families Civil Rights issues, and

WHEREAS, the American GI Forum of the United States was Congressionally Charted in 1998, becoming a greater voice in the halls of Congress in behalf of veterans, and

WHEREAS, the American GI Forum is committed to upholding the Constitution of the United States, including those rights related to protecting the individual rights of all citizens, and

 

THE AMERICAN GI FORUM OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, the American GI Forum of the United States was established in 1948 to address Mexican American Veteran and their families Civil Rights issues, and

WHEREAS, the American GI Forum of the United States was Congressionally Charted in 1998, becoming a greater voice in the halls of Congress in behalf of veterans, and

WHEREAS, the American GI Forum is committed to upholding the Constitution of the United States, including those rights related to protecting the individual rights of all citizens, and

 

 

RECOMMEND PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM AWARD TO CARLOS MARTINEZ RESOLUTION

The American GI Forum of the United States, a Hispanic Veterans Organization, founded March 26, 1948 and Federally Chartered by Congress March 26, 1998 is honored to submit this Resolution, requesting that Mr. Carlos Martinez, President and CEO of the American GI Forum National Veterans Outreach Program (NVOP) be considered as a nominee for the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

WHEREAS:  The American GI Forum (AGIF) founded in 1948 to advocate for Veterans who’s benefits were being denied, and

 

THE NEED TO INCREASE MEXICAN AMERICAN AND LATINO MUSEUMS IN OUR NATION RESOLUTION

WHEREAS:  the American GI Forum of the United States strongly recognizes the dire need to create Mexican American and Latino Museums throughout our nation, which cover the history and contributions of Mexican Americans and Latinos in our Nation’s History, as well as the military contributions of Mexican Americans in all our nations wars, and

WHEREAS: the American GI forum recognizes that the rich history of the American GI Forum and its founder, Dr. Hector P. Garcia is not adequately covered in history books or museums, and

 

NEW AGENT ORANGE PRESUMPTIONS RESOLUTION

WHEREAS:  it has been well researched by U.S. National Institute of Sciences medical research that America’s Vietnam Veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN)have experienced illnesses (i.e. Diabetes mellitus, chloracne, ischemic heart disease ETC)that are so medically and statistically obvious a result of environmental exposures in the RVN and,

WHEREAS:  it took the Department of Veterans Affairs took more than ten years to accept previous medical research findings and recommendations, while it continued counting and comparing Vietnam Veterans who were sick and dying, to their non-Vietnam veteran counterparts, finally accepting the obvious, declaring those same conditions officially “presumptive”/service connected for VA medical care, and