[Pnews] Through the Wire: An Evening in Support of Political Prisoners - Oakland - 5/28/16 7pm
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Mon May 23 10:11:18 EDT 2016
THROUGH THE WIRE
An Evening in Support of Political Prisoners
Saturday May 28th, 2016 7:00pm
International Capoeira Angola Foundation
2443 Magnolia st. Oakland CA.
Join the Bay Area Anti Repression Committee on Saturday May 28th, at
7:00 pm for an evening of food, speakers and music to support long term
Political Prisoner, Romaine "Chip" Fitzgerald, and to build solidarity
around US Political Prisoners.
Sliding Scale $5-15 No one turned away for lack of funds
Speakers include member of All of Us or None, Malcolm X Grassroots
Movement and the Political Prisoner Committee of the National Lawyers
Guild. Speakers will present on political prisoners from the Black
Power, Puerto Rican Independence and American Indian Movements and
discuss why it is important as radicals and activists to support
Live Music will start at 9:30.
Ras Ceylon <https://www.facebook.com/Ras-Ceylon-91677385259/>:emcee,
educator and organizer bringing revolutionary music, a hip-hop meets
reggae dynamic and explosively conscious lyrics.
Alia Sharrief <https://www.facebook.com/AliaSharrief/>,a Muslimah in
Hiphop demanding respect on the mic while combatting stereotypes through
Dio Ganhdih <https://www.facebook.com/dioganhdih/>: Queer indigenous
lyricist, visual artist, rapper from NY
Tongo Eisen-Martin: Poet, movement worker and educator who has organized
against mass incarceration and extra-judicial killing of Black people
throughout the United States. His latest book of poems is titled,
"someone's dead already" was nominated for a California Book Award.
There will be food, drinks, and screenprinting (bring a t-shirt!).
This space is wheelchare accessible
This event is organized by the Bay Area Anti Repression Committee
for more information please visit www.antirepressionbayarea.com
Freedom Archives 522 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415
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