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305 innocent Children “43rd Annual Cherishing the innocent children of jonestown prayer vigil."

NEVER FORGOTTEN

On November 18, 1978, the world was changed forever! Nine hundred and eighteen (918) American citizens, three hundred and five (305) children of which forty (40) of them were 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 it’s name: “Jonestown”. Listed below are the names of the precious and innocent children lost on this tragic day.

918 people where born on different days and died on the same day.

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The Souls of the Children – We are their Protectors

Where were we on November 18, 1978 when 900 plus members of Jim Jones’s People’s Temple were forced to drink poison flavored Kool- aid or be shot to death? Of these who died were 305 children who were forced to live in the jungles of Guyana, barely eating and being terrorized in the middle of the nigh 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 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 and a sacred final resting place for the Jonestown Children 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.

From left are Rev. Ed Norwood, Dr. E. Faye Williams, Martin Luther King III, Dr. Randall Maxey, and Pastor Jynona Norwood. (Courtesy photo)
Help us honor the innocent children because innocent children are not responsible
Dr. Norwood says, “We must clear our minds and pledge to never let this happen again anywhere in the world by honoring and remembering the sacred 305 children’s silent screams.”