Come out to the Oakland event for the Campaign for a Day in Solidarity with African People:
Seeking Real Solutions to the Growing Racial Divide in the U.S.
Sunday, September 19th
1 to 5pm Humanist Hall
390 - 27th St., Oakland
$10 to $25 suggested donation.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 394-1780
A $35 donation (or $20 for students) includes a one-year Uhuru Solidarity Movement membership.
Keynote Speaker, Omali Yeshitela
Speaking throughout Africa, Europe and the U.S., Yeshitela continues the unfinished legacy of Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and Kwame Nkrumah. A brilliant theoretician, he has authored several books including One Africa! One Nation!
Ford has had a long career as a radio host and commentator. He is the author of "The Big Lie: An Analysis of U.S. Media Coverage of the Grenada Invasion" and of countless articles and radio editorials on the oppression of African people and exposing the truth about the Obama administration.
Hess is author of Overturning the Culture of Violence, a book telling the true story of America’s history built on slavery and genocide and exposing white complicity with the oppression of African people.
1 – 1:15 Opening and Cultural Performance
1-2 Presentation by Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee
and Author of Overturning the Culture of Violence
2 - 2:45 Presentation by Omali Yeshitela, Leader and Founder of the Uhuru Movement and
Chairman of the African Socialist International
3-3:30 Glen Ford, Executive Director of Black Agenda Report and member
of the Black is Back Coalition,
3:30-3:45 – Video - Solidarity with African Liberation
3:45-4:40 Panel Discussion on Oakland's War on the African Community with Jabari Shaw,
Member of the Campaign for Justice for Oscar Grant, Orlando Johnson, Campaign Manager
for Don Macleay for Mayor, Sealli Moyenda, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement and others.
4:30-4:45 – Uhuru Pies and Uhuru Solidarity Movement
4:45-5 Culture and Close Out
Based on the strategy and campaigns of the African People’s Socialist Party, the
Uhuru Solidairty Movement organizes in white communities.
We call on white people to unite with our true human interest in recognizing that
the struggle of African people for liberation and justice has a relationship to the
fact that our lifestyle rests on a pedestal of African oppression. APSC organizes
forums, demonstrations, studies and events to educate other white people about
the true history of this country, founded on slavery and genocide, and what we can
do to support the struggle of African people