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|Come Out to Build A Day in Solidarity with African People!|
|Date||Tuesday August 24|
|Time||7:00 PM - 8:30 PM|
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|Niebyl Proctor Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave, Oakland|
Come pick up fliers, posters, and press releases.
Take the pledge of solidarity and find out how you can get involved and help raise $10,000 for the Uhuru Movement programs and campaigns for African liberation.
Are you upset about the police violence and murders, the growing racial divide and the attacks on African and oppressed peoples in the U.S.? Do you want to take a stand to ensure that police don't continue to execute young black men like Mehserle did Oscar Grant?
Do you see a connection between the U.S. wars carried out in Iraq, Afghanistan and the police occupation of the African communities right here in the U.S.?
This movement is for you. This is a movement led by African working class people for liberation and justice.
A Day in Solidarity with African people is the national campaign of the African People's Solidarity Committee, a committee formed by the Uhuru Movement to organize principled solidarity from the white community and other potential allies with African liberation.
Host a house event or benefit. Participate in outreach.
Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement!
Come find out more!
Call 510-394-1780 for more info, or email oakland [at] uhurusolidarity.org