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Title: PASSING IT ON (Part Two): JUSTICE FOR ALL - A Black Community Discussion
START DATE: Saturday August 02
TIME: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location Details:
African American Community Service Agency
304 North 6th St. San Jose
Event Type: Panel Discussion
The House of Sankofa Presents


Co-Hosted by The African American Community Services Agency

The Second in a Bay City Tour

A Community Discussion With:


****Due to unforeseen Circumstances Ilyasah Shabazz - The Daughter of Malcolm X, Trustee of the Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial, Educational, and Cultural Center in NYC, author of “Growing Up X” (2002), “Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up to be Malcolm X” (2014)...


Admission to a program featuring Ms. Shabazz will be honored at a future as yet unscheduled date and time. Make sure to sign in upon attending so that you can be contacted, when it is scheduled.****

Dhoruba bin Wahad
Former Field Secretary of the NY Black Panther Party, Co-Founder Black Liberation Army, Former Political Prisoner and Prisoner of War, author of "Still Black, Still Strong" (1993), subject of the documentary film "Passin' It On" (2001) and the book "The Savage City: Race, Murder, and a Generation on the Edge" (2011) by T.J. English

Ernesto Vigil
Former Vice Chairman of the Crusade for Justice under Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales, author of "The Crusade For Justice: Chicano Militancy and the Government's War on Dissent" (1999), featured in the documentaries: "Chicano! The History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement" (1996), "Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle" (2014)

Abdel Malik Ali
The Youth Coordinator of the Muslim Community Association and part of the California Muslim Movement for Human Rights. Ali is expert on the life and legacy of El Hajj Malik Shabazz (Malcolm X), and inspiring speaker and community activist, that has dedicated his life to building the American Muslim community. He reverted to Islam while in college after being inspired by the struggles of Malcolm X, and has strived to follow his legacy of speaking truth to power and community grassroots mobilization.

Performances by:
Jaliyah West African Drummers
& Spoken Word

Vendors, Light Lunch & Free Beverage will be provided

$15 Regular/$12 Student
(Special 2 Event Ticket - $25)

A Fundraiser for the Justice for Gregory Johnson, Jr. Campaign

From Noon to Four
(Doors at 11:00 pm)

For More Information, Contact:
(925) 699-7636
sjblackaugust2014 [at] gmail.com

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