The Uhuru Solidarity Movement and Uhuru Foods in Oakland will meet on this Tuesday, September 15th at 7pm at Mama Buzz Cafe, 2318 Telegraph Ave in Oakland to discuss the political organizing work to build African People’s Solidarity on October 20th.
We are bringing Omali Yeshitela, the Chairman and founder of the Uhuru Movement to Oakland.
African People’s Solidarity Day represents a stand from white progressive people in support of African liberation and freedom. From West Oakland to West Africa, Africans are one people divided by slavery and colonialism and united in the struggle for the unification of Africa. The resources of Africa – the diamonds, the gold, the coltan (used to fuel our computers and cell phones), the oil (used to fuel our cars) and all the wealth – belong to African people everywhere!
Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement for just $25 a year and participate in the work to support the African Village Survival Initiative, the work to build the African Socialist International throughout Africa and the African world and the work to build the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement on the ground in African communities throughout the world.
The wealth of Africa is the cornerstone of the U.S. led imperialist system. When Africa is free, the world will be freed from this system that has brought nothing but misery and destruction to the peoples of the planet.
Contact us at 510-625-1109 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org