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Black is Back Presents a New York City Wide Speak-Out

When: Jun 15, 2010 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: The Harlem State Office Building • 2nd Floor Art Gallery 163 West 125th Street • Corner of Adam Clayton Powell Blvd
Contact: NY Black is Back - Oronde, 347-276-7339,

Black Is Back • Harlem Anti-War Coalition • The Black Agenda Report Sponsors
A City Wide Speak-Out: Defend The People's Democratic Rights & Free All Our Political Prisoners: Past, Present and Future

TUES • JUNE 15 • 6-9pm
The Harlem State Office Building • 2nd Fl Art Gallery
163 West 125th Street • Corner of Adam Clayton


Mumia Abu-Jamal
Mumia Abu-Jamal

Diop Olugbala
Diop Olugbala

Lynne Stewart

Guest Speakers:

Diop Olugbala - International Organizer, International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement; Philadelphia City Hall 2 Defendant

Penny Hess
- Chairwoman African People's Solidarity Committee

Glen Ford
- The Black Agenda Report

Ralph Poynter
- Lynne Stewart Defense Fund

Nellie Bailey
- Harlem Anti-War Coalition

This system of capitalism has been built on African slavery, genocide against indigenous peoples and the colonization of the world. The people have always resisted and attempted to regain their freedom and self-determination. The best and the most courageous fighters for the people have always met the wrath and repression of the state. They have been arrested, interned, murdered and held indefinitely in state concentration camps, called prisons.Those who have the courage to defend these fighters’ democratic rights have they themselves come under attack and imprisoned. We must now defend, fight and free them as they have us via their heroic acts in our defense.

Free All Our Political Prisoners!
Fight For Our Democratic Rights!
All Power To The People!
Black Power to the African Community!




The Black Is Back Coalition; The Harlem Anti-War Coalition; The Black Agenda Report; International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement; Lynne Stewart Defense Fund; The African People's Solidarity Committee; The New Abolitionist Movement

NY BIB / Oronde: 347-276-7339
Harlem Anti-War Coalition: 646-812-5188
Lynne Stewart Defense Fund: 917-853-9759

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