Member of ACAA Amor Nouri wanted to give an homage to two important entities that affected him deeply and did it the American way. In the United States, many people express gratititude, thanks or donate to projects of interest to the public while being recognized through a message or an inscription on a marble plaque, on a public bench, or even on a paver. This is the way Amor Nouri has chosen to remember forever:
- Dda Lmulud (Mouloud Mammeri), the father of Tamazight
- The Victims of Kabylia's Black Spring (Tafsut Taberkant) where more than 125 young people were killed by the Algerian government for their revolt againt social injustice and marginalization of the Amazigh identity.
The following messages were inscribed on brick pavers that Amor Nouri sponsored for The Delaware Peninsula:
- "In Memory of Mouloud Mammeri, Father of Tamazight"
- "In Memoriam. Heroes of Freedom. Kabylia Black Spring 2001"
Here is a picture of the Peninsula, Delaware, where the brick pavers have been installed. You can visit their website at: http://www.peninsuladelaware.com/