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|Date||Wednesday January 25|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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|Niebyl Proctor Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave, Oakland (near Alcatraz)|
|Organizer/Author||Uhuru Solidarity Movement Oakland|
DescriptionAdded to the calendar on Saturday Jan 14th, 2012 11:58 AM
* TORTURE at Guantanamo and in US Prisons
* MURDER and MASSACRES by US police and military
* ATTACKS on Mexicans and Latinos
In a country with the highest standard of living, where
white people, 5% of the world's population lives on 50% of the
world's resources, there is the highest use of anti-depressant and anxiety disorder medication, rising joblessness and hopelessness and no real solutions coming from political parties.
This is the reality of parasitic capitalism, which can not be reformed and is being challenged by the growing resistance of African and oppressed peoples around the globe.
It is time to join THE TRUE 99% in the movement for reparations, for return of the stolen loot and for an end to the imperialist system, connect with our true humanity through revolutionary solidarity with the struggles of African and oppressed peoples.
Come to our political education from the national plenary of the African People's Solidarity Committee, potluck and discussion about the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and building Uhuru Foods and the Uhuru Summer Project.
Be a part of history in the making!