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|From Plantations to Prisons: Uhuru Solidarity Study Part One|
|Date||Tuesday June 22|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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|Niebyl Proctor Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave, Oakland|
The Uhuru Solidarity Movement sponsors the first of two studies on the historical legacy of the current police and prison systems n slavery, genocide and the convict leasing system that built the wealth of the white world.
We will read excerpts from Penny Hess' Overturning the Culture of Violence, the works of Omali Yeshitela and Douglas A. Blackmon's Slavery By Another Name.
Come and study and join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and stand with the growing resistance of African people building sustainability and justice.
Learn about the activities of Uhuru Solidarity Movement to Support Economic Self-Determination and Stop Oakland's Gang Injunction and the volunteer opportunities for the summer with USM and Uhuru Foods markets and streetfairs.