LIVESTREAM OF: Update on the Black Power Blueprint: Political Power on St. Louis’ North Side

Update on the Black Power Blueprint: Political Power on St. Louis' North Side.

Click "Get Reminder" to be notified when we go live!Black Power Blueprint Coordinator Ona Zene' Yeshitela lays out the latest updates from this dynamic project that is transforming the African working class community of St. Louis. Economic Development Coordinator Ticharwa Masimba and Project Developer Kitty Reilly discuss with Deputy Chair Ona Zene' the upcoming developments and the powerful community response.Learn more, join and contribute at BlackPowerBlueprint.org

Posted by Black Power Blueprint on Tuesday, April 30, 2019

 

 

Update on the Black Power Blueprint: Political Power on St. Louis’ North Side.

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Black Power Blueprint Coordinator Ona Zene’ Yeshitela lays out the latest updates from this dynamic project that is transforming the African working class community of St. Louis. Economic Development Coordinator Ticharwa Masimba and Project Developer Kitty Reilly discuss with Deputy Chair Ona Zene’ the upcoming developments and the powerful community response.

Learn more, join and contribute at BlackPowerBlueprint.org

What Do You Mean By Reparations?!

 

Do you support reparations to the black community for 600 years of slavery, stolen labor, torture, lynchings, resource theft, and ongoing genocide?

What is the history of the demand for reparations? What does it look like in St. Louis? How can white people concretely support reparations on the terms of the black community? How can reparations be a strategy to stop gentrification- a force that is destroying, and has already destroyed, black communities across the country?

This event is designed to answer these questions and more. We will meet at the Uhuru House community center (4101 West Florissant Ave) and take a tour of the Black Power Blueprint, a black self-determination project in St. Louis that includes the Uhuru House, an outdoor marketplace venue, housing, and the Uhuru Jiko community bakery, cafe, and kitchen for black food businesses to rent cheaply to get their catering businesses off the ground.

From the Uhuru House we will go to the Uhuru Jiko Kitchen, then to the housing projects, and end up at the marketplace venue right across from the Uhuru House.

Let us know if you can come by registering here: https://whatdoyoumeanreparations.eventbrite.com

We are also looking for drivers! When registering, let us know if you can drive as well

This event is free and open to the public with light refreshments provided.

Contact: stlouis@uhurusolidarity.org
(314) 200-5028

Black Power Blueprint Presents: The History of Black St. Louis: Facebook LIVE

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6pm CT / 7pm ET

Join St. Louis resident and Director of Economic Development, Ticharwa Masimba, and Office of Reparations and Economic Development Director, Kitty Reilly, as they tour St. Louis and stop by some of the most important places in the city for the true history of #StLouis, MO. See Black St. Louis from the perspective of the African working class, featuring local residents and community organizers.

Tuesday, June 19th, 7-9 pm EST.

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The Worldwide Impact of the Black Power Blueprint- LIVE

 

The Black Power Blueprint LIVE! Now on Tuesdays!
7pm ET / 6pm CT / 4pm PT
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Special guest Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People’s Socialist Party will be speaking on the significance of the program for political and economic power in the hands of the African working class in #StLouis.

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