building solidarity with the movement for African liberation
Monday, June 1, 2009
From Oscar Grant to Lovelle Mixon: Why We Must Organize to Stop Police Terror Against the African Community
Two Events This Month!
Thursday, June 11th, 7 to 9:30pm
Humanist Hall, 390 - 27th St., Oakland
Sunday, June 14th, 4 to 6pm
Uhuru House, 7911 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland
$5 to $25 sliding scale
No one turned away for lack of funds
Building the Movement for Economic Development, Reparations & Justice
Find out what the Uhuru Movement's solutions are for police violence, poverty and injustice and get involved in work that supports the African Village Survival Initiative, because environmental justice, gay rights, women's rights and the rights of all people must be addressed through the overturning of the culture and system of violence and genocide and the building of a new world where all people can live.
With Presentations by: Omali Yeshitela, Leader and Founder of the Uhuru Movement on the movement for economic development, reparations and justice Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee presenting a slide presentation on Environmental Justice Through African Liberation