International Multiracial Shared Cultural Organization (IMSCO) is a charitable Non-Governmental organization (NGO) established in 1978. IMSCO is an NGO specialized in the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in 1995 with the endorsement of the United States government and The People’s Republic of China. IMSCO work to assist indigenous and exiled stakeholders being marginalized on the land and people forcibly removed by slavery or any other means in restoring their rightful place in all levels of society. IMSCO works to link indigenous and exiled Diaspora people of all cultures as families torn apart and as partners sharing needs and resources as a common bond. Unlike most foreign culture NGO’s IMSCO is owned and operated by the people and partners the people select as partners and trading links to the outside world.
IMSCO aims to link opportunities through education and culture to help promote equal rights in political awareness, resource sharing and co-development projects to help end poverty and injustice. IMSCO is a 501 (C) 3 IRS certified charitable organization with a reach and intent to operate in 192 countries around the world for the people and communities IMSCO serves. IMSCO mandate comes from the people it serves as well as its links as an “NGO specialized in the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations” (ECOSOC). IMSCO was accepted into (ECOSOC) with specialized status in 1995 with the endorsement of the United States Department of State and The People’s Republic of China and all United Nations Member States.
IMSCO answers to the calls of the people; only the people it serves, and approaches its aims and the peoples need for education, good health: shelters designed and paid for with fair trade bases, on culture needs that grow, pay for, and drive opportunities that generate inter-economic growth and stability, self-help, education of the youth, local business culture and trade linked to first the international family, and close proved allies are the basis for obtaining and maintaining independence at all levels. IMSCO indigenous and Diaspora people’s rights will encourage, drive, and ensure a level playing field, not foreign kindness that give with one hand, and take with the other. The people through family linked to IMSCO’s international reach produces unique and often home grown tools that are free of harmful aid while building an earnest, rightful place in the global society.