Solidarity with African people, from Libya to St Pete!
At a time when white families have 20 times the wealth of black families in the US, and in the city of St Pete over 70 percent of Africans live at or below the poverty line, the St Pete Police Department is requesting 250,000 dollars for an armored vehicle to occupy and terrorize the African community of south St Pete just like they did earlier this year after the alleged shooting of a police by 16 year old African, Nicholas Lindsey. The Uhuru Solidarity Movement denounces this use of funds for the increased militarization of the St Pete police! We unite with the Uhuru Movement’s demand for economic development for the African community, NOT police containment! Support the campaign for “A Day in Solidarity with African People” — reparations, self-determination, and justice for African people everywhere! Stop the war on the African community! Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People TODAY!