African Liberation Day & Palestine Day 2016

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)

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A-APRP (GC)

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AFRICAN LIBERATION DAY 2016 and

PALESTINE (NAKBAR) DAY 2016

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Black Visibility is not Black Power!

White Power in blackface is not Black Power!

Revolutionary Pan-Africanism is the Highest Expression of Black Power!

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Saturday – May 21, 2016, 2:00 to 6:00 pm

St. Stephen’s Incarnation Church

1525 Newton Street NW

Washington, DC 20010

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Program to be announced!

Program will be broadcast online!

Educational Materials will be uploaded soon!

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Admission: Free!

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Help Build African Liberation Day 2016, Make a Donation TODAY!

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You are also invited to attend

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Black Power, Black Lives & Pan-Africanism Conference: Honoring the Legacy & Building for a Self-Determining Future!

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Organized by

Cooperation Jackson, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and the

All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party (GC)

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Thursday, June 16, 2016 to Sunday, June 19, 2016

Chokwe Lumumba Center for Economic Democracy and Development

939 W. Capitol Street

Jackson, MS 39203

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Registration and Onsite Meals To Be Announced!

Transportation and Housing To Be Announced!

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Program to be announced!

Program will be broadcast online!

Educational Materials will be uploaded soon!

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Announcement:

Countering the Confederate ‘Spring’:

The Assault on Black Political Power in Jackson, MS

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Register Today!

 


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Report on the Progress of Our Film Trailer:

Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael) Dances in the Fire!

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Kwame Turé/Stokely Carmichael Film Project (Day One) | Facebook

Day One – January 9th., 2016 – on the set of Kwame Turé/Stokely Carmichael Film Project

Crowd-funding Short, shot at the house Tony Hall grew up in,

20 Donaldson Street, Les Efforts East, San Fernando, T&T.

Director: Tony Hall

Actors: Penelope Spencer as Tante Elaine Letren, and Armani Rowe as the “Young Stokely”

Director of Photography: Robert Macfarlane

Make-up & Still Photography: Mervyn de Goeas@

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Kwame Turé/Stokely Carmichael Film Project (Day Two) | Facebook

Day Two – January 10th., 2016 – on the set of Kwame Turé/Stokely Carmichael Film Project

Crowd-funding Short, shot on location at the

Trinidad Theatre Workshop in Belmont, Trinidad.

Director: Tony Hall

Actors: Penelope SpencerMichael Cherrie and Armani Rowe as “Young Stokely”

Director of Photography: Robert Macfarlane

Make-up & Still Photography: Mervyn de Goeas

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Tony Hall

Lordstreet Theatre

text: 1-868-681-7475

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Join the Kwame Ture Film Project Facebook Page!

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Events: June 16, 2016

SNCC Legacy Project’s Black Power 50th

SNCC Legacy Project on Facebook

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Call for Action: Please Sign this Petition TODAY!

Save 350,000 Chicago Police Misconduct Records Before Its Too Late!

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info@a-aprp-gc.org

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