“Being White In Philly – In Solidarity with African Resistance” – TONIGHT at 7pm in Philadelphia AND on Livestream.com/reparationsinaction

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UHURU SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT COMMUNITY FORUM: “Being White In Philly – In Solidarity with African Resistance”

TONIGHT @ 7pm EST
Uhuru Solidarity Center Philly
3733 Lancaster Ave, West Phila – #10 Trolley

Not in Philly? Can’t make the event?

White people can take a stand in solidarity with the right of African people to overturn the conditions in their community and have control over their lives & resources!What does it really mean to “be white in Philadelphia”

– a city where Africans face conditions of extreme poverty, police violence, mass incarceration and healthcare disparities, in a country where white people have 22 times the wealth of African people?

How can we take a stand from the white community in solidarity with the African community organizing to:
• stop the closing of 23 Philadelphia public schools – all in the black community
• oppose the brutal attacks on African people by the police, and slanderous criminalization by the media
• take an active role in ending the ever-widening racial divide between whites & Africans in this city and the country at large?

Featuring Diop Olugbala

President of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement

Danita Bates

School District of Phila parent
and community activist


And speakers from:
• Uhuru Solidarity Movement
• African People’s Education & Defense Fund

Check out the statement by Uhuru Solidarity Movement

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Also, join us for the “African Resistance Now” community meetings
every Sunday at 4 pm
at the Uhuru Solidarity Center Philly

3733 Lancaster Ave, West Phila – #10 Trolley
AND on http://inpdum.org

Uhuru Solidarity Movement is an organization of white people and other allies working under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party, organizing in our communities to support the African liberation movement. We unite that reparations are due and participate in “Reparations in Action” work. Learn more about how you can be part of this growing movement in support of genuine solidarity – not charity!

 

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