From Mumia NYC:
2010 JERSCY CITY PEACE MOVEMENT PEACE AND PROGRESS HONORS AWARDS
Saturday, December 18th, 2010
7pm - 10pm
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30
107 HUTTON St.
Jersey City, NJ07307
JERSEY CITY PEACE MOVEMENT will hold its 4th Annual 2010 'Peace and Progress Honors Award' ceremony on Saturday, December 18th from 7pm - 10pm at NJ Action 21's NEW space - 107 HUTTON St. in Jersey City, New Jersey.
This public awards ceremony is to honor progressive community activists, leaders, organizations and artists who have contributed to make our local and global societies a little better.
The event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
FEMALE LOCAL ACTIVIST of the Year
Feminist, peace activist, and filmmaker
MALE LOCAL ACTIVIST of the Year-
Community activist, homeless advocate
Progressive local business proprietor - Raph's Plaza an African Market and Internet Cafe
Revolutionary activist for worldwide political prisoner justice
Local activist for soccer and other youth programs
Progressive community advocate (Hilltop Neighborhood Assoc. organizer)
Donated thousands of dollars worth of new and used clothing to JCPM for needy / homeless over the years
Jersey City activist fighting to lower taxes and corruption
Progressive activist, national and international anti-war organizer
Donated thousands of dollars worth of clothing to JCPM for needy / homeless over the years
Jersey City anti-war and community activist
Progressive, political hip-hop artist and local community activist
Political hip-hop brother duo
19 year-old American who was murdered on Peace Flotilla trying to bring aid to Gaza, Palestine
Former U.S. Attorney General, Progressive lawyer and founder of the International Action Center in NYC
EDWIN (ED) RAMIREZ
Progressive community merchant, helps with local 'school uniform exchange' and 1ForAll.org
Organizer and activist with NJ Action 21
Progressive community activist and is a member of Veterans For Peace / Chapter 021 (Northern New Jersey)
International poet, singer, rocker, peace and justice activist
A special presentation added to JCPM's "2010 Peace and Progress Honors Awards" program.
'Artists and Activists United for Peace' will present internationally renowned musician, author and revolutionary FRED HO with an award honoring his creative and political contributions to justice in our society.
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Unfortunately, the venue is not wheelchair friendly. There is one long flight of stairs up. JCPM and NJ Action 21 volunteers can assist with persons who need help entering and exiting.