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Blood Diamonds to Blood Aluminum!

Date:
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Time:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Teach-In
Organizer/Author:
Bakari Olatunji
Location Details:
Humanist Hall, 390 - 27th St., Oakland
between Broadway and Telegraph

The Struggle in Guinea: on the front lines of the movement for African liberation," Community Forum, Everyone’s talking about
blood diamonds, but in Guinea it’s blood aluminum! Uhuru Movement leader Omali Yeshitela presents an in-depth analysis of the struggle in Guinea of the African working class for control over their resources and economic infrastructure. Humanist Hall, 390 – 27th Street at Broadway, Oakland.
$5-25 suggested donation. Contact 510-625-1106 or 510-569-9620.

Omali Yeshitela's Tour is part of the Burning Spear Uhuru Publications tour for "One Africa! One Nation!"

Yeshitela’s new book, One Africa! One Nation! compiles powerful presentations by representatives of the ASI, offering a glimpse at efforts to build that organization and the significance of its emergence in the world. It includes moving reports by Yeshitela as well as by Africans from Europe, the Caribbean, South America, and Africa itself. They expose the basis for poverty and suffering throughout the African world, and document the expropriation of Africa's resources through the slave trade, direct colonialism and the economic and political domination that continues today. The book also offers timely analysis of recent events including the devastation in black communities after Hurricane Katrina, and political struggles in Haiti.

Added to the calendar on Sun, Mar 25, 2007 12:04PM
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