[Pnews] Friday, UC Berkeley, 4pm - Former political prisoner, Sekou Odinga Speaks

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Wed Sep 16 10:59:35 EDT 2015

*Former political prisoner, Sekou Odinga Speaks*

*JOIN US - This Friday September 18*




*Doors Open at 4.00pm*


*Event Starts at 5.00pm – 8.00pm*

Evans Hall, Room 10(green building / North East close to Campanile tower)

University of California, Berkeley

Sekou Abdullah Odinga grew up in Jamaica, Queens-New York in a family of 
nine.  He is a husband, father,  grandfather and great-grandfather.  He 
was inspired by the revolutionary principles of Malcolm X when he joined 
the Organization for Afro-American Unity, followed later by the Black 
Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army.  He is a Muslim, a citizen 
of the Republic of New Afrika and for thirty-three years was a U.S. held 
Political Prisoner of War.

In 2009, Sekou reached his mandatory release date for his federal 
conviction in connection to the Liberation of Assata Shakur - living in 
exile in Cuba - and  was "paroled" to the New York State prison 
system.  After five years, he won a parole hearing and was released on 
parole on November 25th, 2014 from the New York State sentence.

Event Co-Sponsored by

Underground Scholars Initiative, All Of Us Or None, Legal Services for 
Prisoners with Children, UC Berkeley’s African-American Studies 
Department, UC Berkeley’s Ethnic Studies Department,

Freedom Archives 522 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415 
863.9977 www.freedomarchives.org
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