NAWWA and the FBI
NAWWA | Aug 07 2018
At the time the Founder was developing the format for presenting NAWWA to the public, several instances of civil unrest were occurring in various parts of the United States. Without going into any details, the incidents were primarily related to racial matters involving police intervention with certain individuals of color and groups of demonstrators. Many of the demonstrators were affiliated with White Nationalist, White Supremacist, or alt-right organizations.
Because the White Nationalist, White Supremacist, and alt-right organizations promoted controversial ideologies associated with the superiority of white people over other races and NAWWA was being formed to provide for the welfare of White Americans, the Founder was concerned that NAWWA might be misconstrued as being one of the aforesaid organizations.
Another concern that the Founder had, even before the instances of civil unrest, was in regards to whether or not approval was required to form an organization that promoted the welfare of a certain race of people such as the White Americans. This was now of the utmost importance to consider because of the racial incidents that were occurring in the United States.
In view of the above concerns, and as part of the preliminary work in forming NAWWA, the Founder considered it prudent to contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and ask if any approvals were required to form NAWWA. And, at this same point time, the Founder wanted to prevent any possible misunderstanding about NAWWA by explaining its good intentions to the FBI. Therefore, on January 23, 2017 the Founder sent the following letter to the FBI:
In order to protect the privacy of the Founder, his home address and other relevant information has been blackened-out in the heading to the letter.
January 23, 2017
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
Reference: Nonprofit Corporation
I am interested in starting a nonprofit corporation in the State of Texas for the purpose of maintaining the equality of civil rights among all citizens of the United States to ensure their political, educational, social, and economic opportunities are upheld according to each individual's ability and the rule of law.
In summary, the proposed nonprofit will help White Americans like:
LULAC does for the Hispanic population;
the NAACP does for Blacks or African Americans;
the NAAAP does for Asian Americans;
the NCAI and many other-related organizations do for Native Americans and Alaska Natives; and,
the NHOA, including the numerous NHO organizations, and the NHPI do for Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders.
An Introduction which explains the formation of the nonprofit together with a Mission Statement, Vision Statement, its Primary Objectives, and the Aims and Purposes has already been prepared.
But, due to the sensitivity of race-related subject matter and how the proposed nonprofit will most probably be scrutinized by the various advocacy groups, would you please tell me what approvals are required before I proceed with actually forming the corporation? For your convenience, your reply may be sent to my Email address specified in the heading of this letter.
In closing, thank you in advance for your help with the above.
For the reader's information, the Founder never received a reply to his letter from the FBI. Therefore, the Founder interpreted this to mean that he could proceed with the actual formation of NAWWA without obtaining approval from the FBI.