Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Pam Africa in Newark, NJ Teach-In May 27

National Million Woman Movement & Black Women's Defense League of Newark Presents 
A Political Prisoners and Social Justice Teach-in

Mumia Abu Jamal
The MOVE 9
Dr. Mutulu Shakur
Imam Jamil Al-Amin
Sundiata Acoli
The Cuban 5
Leonard Peltier  

These are just a few of the Black (African) Political Prisoners and Freedom and Justice allies who are presently incarcerated in the United States because of their political views, resistance actions, and/or affiliations. Conscious thinking and responsible citizenry entails responsible actions. It is therefore up to the masses to assure that such citizenry and are exercised and upheld accordingly.

The Struggle Continues to bring about greater attention to the vicious attack on the movement.

This "TEACH IN" session will include a Special film showing of the new dynamite documentary on "MOVE", covering facts and clear details as to what really lead up to and happened at the Aug 8th 1978 confrontation thus providing greater insight into who was responsible for the death of a police officer.

The film also covers key elements of the May 13, 1985 bombing of the MOVE Headquarters that resulted in the murder of 11 MOVE Family members and the total destruction of an entire Black community where approx.60 homes went up in flames, and the continued fight today to Free The MOVE 9 and Mumia Abu Jamal. 

This session will of course also provide: Information and Updates on Political Prisoners, dialog on the Prison Industrialized Complex and information of Justice/Freedom Campaigns such as on the cases of the Scott Sisters and April Griffin, and how interested persons can (and must) Support / Get Involved.

Thursday, May 27, 2010
6:00 - 9:00 PM

The Nabiru Gift Shop
143 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ
(between Raymond Blvd and Academy St,)
Admission Is Free

Special Guest Speaker
Sis. Pam Africa

For more information
or call: Sis Munirah at 973-818-4460