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|America's Other War|
|Date||Monday March 22|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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|Upstairs at Walden Pond Bookstore, 3316 Grand Ave, Oakland, near the Grand Lake Theater|
Come hear a video presentation by Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and leader and founder of the Uhuru Movement speaking on "If Jesus Were Alive Today, He'd be Organizing against US Empire," an opposing view to Mel Gibson's version of Jesus in "The Passion."
Sponsored by the October March to Stop the War on the African Community! - a campaign of the African People's Solidarity Committee. - APSC.
APSC works under the leadership of the African People's Socialist Party to build a movement in the white community to defend the democratic rights of African people. APSC raises resources for the work of the Uhuru Movement as reparations, resources towards building a world-wide movement for the liberation of Africa and African people.
The work of ending the war and occupation begins with the war inside the U.S. Iraq is in our inner cities: death squads stalk every African community; displaced Mexican people trying to cross a colonial border are attacked daily. The solution to the world situation lies in supporting the right of African and all oppressed people to national liberation and self-determination.