5C - Solidarity Center
147 W. 24th St. 2nd Fl.
New York, NY 10011
btw 5th & 6th Av.
F, M train
to 23th St.; #1 to 23rd St.; PATH to 23rd St.; A, C, E to 23rd St.
You are invited to a Forum
FRI ►OCT 24 @ 7 pm
Behind the state's efforts
to silence political prisoner MUMIA Abu-Jamal
Hear Betsey Piette, long-time
member of International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal;
WW contributing editor; leader of
Phila. branch of Workers World Party
in the struggle to win
justice for Michael Brown
Hear Imani Henry, WWP national committee member, who has traveled to Ferguson
What's at stake:
Boston School Bus Drivers Union vs.
Hear Tony Murphy, WWP organizer
and WW contributing writer
Dinner served at 6:30 pm for a small donation Program starts at 7 pm
At the Solidarity Center:
147 West 24th St, 2nd Floor, New York
Sponsored by Workers World Party
Next forum will be Thurs. Oct. 30 at 7 pm.
Join a Palestine Rally &
then an Antiwar Meeting
SAT ►OCT 25
Rally 12 pm & Meeting 2 pm
12 pm until 1:30 pm: NYC Solidarity with
West Coast Block the Boat for Palestine
Join Labor for Palestine and Block the Boat NYC
and others in a protest in solidarity with Block the Boat Oakland and Los Angeles and the ongoing blockades of the apartheid Israeli Zim ships. #BDS
2 pm until 4 pm Antiwar Meeting
End U.S. Wars Around the World & at Home
Manhattan Theater Club, Studio 3
311 W. 43rd St., 6th Fl., btw. 8th & 9th Aves.
A panel discussion with:
- Larry Adams, People's Organization for Progress - Connecting the wars abroad and at home;
- Greg Butterfield, International Action Center, who just returned from Ukraine - On the situation in Ukraine;
- Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda Report and UNAC - On the war against African-Americans;
- Bernadette Ellorin, BAYAN USA and UNAC - on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and U.S. shift to Asia;
- Sara Flounders, International Action Center and UNAC - on U.S. attacks on Iraq and Syria,
- Al-Awda NY Palestine Right to Return Speaker.
With 1,000 military bases globally the United States is conducting continuous and simultaneous wars. The U.S. military budget is close to that of all other countries combined.
Under the false pretext of fighting terrorism and bringing democracy, the U.S. seeks regime change in several strategic countries in order to gain control of natural resources, install compliant governments and bolster its crippled economy.
In the U.S. there have been unrelenting attacks on civil liberties, especially in African-American communities and targeting undocumented workers.
The antiwar and social justice movements must be a voice for the victims of U.S. policy and a counter to U.S. media lies.
Meeting sponsored by NYC United National Anti-War Coalition
Sat. Oct 25: Cuba & Cuban Five Forum
| OCTOBER SATURDAY 25th@ John Jay College
For more information: Call 917-887-8710
Sponsored by OCTOBER 25 FREE THE FIVE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
1199SEIU Caribbean and Latin America Democracy Committee, Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party, Alternativo Revolucionaria, ANSWER, BAYAN, Black Agenda Report, Brecht Forum, Casa de las Americas, Communist Party USA, Cuba Solidarity New York, Frente Socialista de Puerto Rico, El Frente Amplio Dominicano, Fuerza de la Revolucion, Harlem Tenants Council, IFCO/Pastors for Peace, Jane Franklin, International Action Center, International Committee to Free the Cuban Five, Jericho Movement, Joan Gibbs, July 26 Coalition, La Pena, Leslie Cagan, Margaret Gilpin, Michael Tarif Warren, Mickey Melendez, National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, National Lawyers Guild, National Network on Cuba, Nellie Bailey, Partido Nacionalista de Puerto Rico -- Junta de Nuevo York, Party for Socialism and Liberation, People Power Movement, People’s Organization for Progress, Philippine Forum, Popular Education, Project to Free the Cuban Five, ProLibertad, Rosemari Mealy, Sam Anderson, Sisa Pakari Labor Center, Socialist Action, Socialist Workers Party, Venceremos Brigade, WBAI “Cuba In Focus”, Workers World Party.
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