[News] A cultural memorial event to honor Barbara Lubinski - Fri, Sept 16 - SF

Anti-Imperialist News news at freedomarchives.org
Wed Sep 14 12:03:49 EDT 2016

*/The Freedom Archives, with the extended family and friends of Barbara 
Lubinski, invite you to a cultural memorial event to honor her life and 

Friday, September 16, 2016
African American Art & Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street, San Francisco*

Social hour 6 – 7 pm
Program 7 pm sharp – Buriel Clay Theater

Including performers and longtime friends of Barbara:

Avotcja, poet & musician
Lincoln Bergman, poet & co-founder of Freedom Archives
Terry Collins, Co-Founder KPOO
India Cooke on violin with Bill Crossman on piano
Barbara Dane, legendary jazz & blues singer and activist
The Hill Family
Lewis Jordan on saxophone
Audee Kochiyama Holman, Asian Law Caucus
Genny Lim, poet, playwright, and performer
Kara Murray, Mosaic
Nina Serrano, poet & co-founder of Freedom Archives
Thomas Simpson, founder & artistic director of AfroSolo
Barbara Lubinski passed unexpectedly into the ancestral realm at the age 
of 73 on May 5th, 2016.

Barbara was an extremely warm, kind, and generous woman who helped raise 
many stepchildren, nephews, and nieces in her extended San Francisco 
family. She produced “Common Woman” and news with KPOO Radio and 
initiated Freedom is a Constant Struggle at KPFA. Barbara was a 
dedicated anti-racist and anti-imperialist.

Among her most notable programs are in-prison interviews with Lolita 
Lebron and Assata Shakur, an interview with South African liberation 
leader Chris Hani, and many programs on resisting oppression.

Donations accepted to cover costs
For more information contact us
Freedom Archives 522 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415 
863.9977 www.freedomarchives.org
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