The FOCAA: In collaboration with several African Nations, and American Mayors have agreed to launch an annual day to celebrate Attucks legacy, the first beginning in March 2022, celebrating Crispus Attucks Day, in the spirit of Human Rights, on March 5, 2022.
CRISPUS ATTUCKS STAMP
The FOCAA: In collaboration with the United States Postal Services are planning an Inaugural Honorary, Crispus Attucks, US Postal Stamp.
CRISPUS ATTUCKS MONUMENT
The FOCAA: Believes that one of the noblest ways that Citizens and the City of Boston can show appreciation for Attucks’s sacrifice, is to name a park or plaza in his honor in the vicinity where he and the other honored men fell i.e., “Crispus Attucks: a Sea Merchant, Samuel Gray: Ropemaker, James Caldwell: Shipmate, Samuel Maverick: an Ivory Turner, and Patrick Carr: a Leatherworker." For many years after the massacre, Boston colonists had observed March 5th as a day of remembrance. That historical legacy must continue.
2022 CRISPUS ATTUCKS CONVENTION
Downtown Boston on March 5th, 2022
The FOCAA: Proposes plans to launch, “The 21st Century Crispus Attucks Commemoration Day Celebration” to commemorate Boston’s legacy of Human Rights in the Spirit of Crispus Attucks.
THE CRISPUS ATTUCKS COMMEMORATION DAY-ESSAY & DEBATE COMPETITION
via Boston Public Schools November 1, 2021
The FOCAA: Proposes plans to launch “The Crispus Attucks Commemoration Day-Essay & Debate Competition” through the Boston Public High Schools, with the topic being the importance, and relevancy of Crispus Attucks in the 21st Century. This effort will commence during the month of November leading up to the celebratory month of March.