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Town Hall on Justice for Oscar Grant and Community Gathering at 14th & Broadway, 7/3/10: audio
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This week's Town Hall covered the struggle for justice for Oscar Grant from the very first week through events that unfolded in the court room in its final days this week and the battle against city officials and local non-profits for the right of the people to assemble on the day the verdict at 14th and Broadway in Oakland. Minister Keith Muhammad, Cephus "Uncle Bobby" Johnson, Tony Coleman, Minister Christopher Muhammad, and Reverend Raymond Lankford address the issues confronting the movement for justice today.

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