[act-ma] 11/28 USM Boston meeting & web-conference viewing party "Reject Holiday Consumerism: Social Justice Through Reparations"
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Sun Nov 26 21:43:19 PST 2017
Tues 11/28, 7-9:30pm
Uhuru Solidarity Movement chapter meeting & web conference viewing
party, "Reject Holiday Consumerism: Social Justice Through Reparations"
@ 96 Wenham St in Jamaica Plain, by the Forest Hills T station.
(Unfortunately this space is not wheelchair accessible.)
7-8pm chapter meeting
8-9:30pm viewing party
The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is the anti-colonial, anti-imperialist
organization of white people organizing for reparations to African
people under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party.
This chapter meeting will be special because we are combining it with a
viewing party for the Black Power Blueprint's web conference, "Reject
Holiday Consumerism: Social Justice Through Reparations! We will learn
all about the exciting new buildings and programs being built in St
Louis right now in the heart of the black community to increase black
economic development and prosperity for the entire black working-class.
As one of the Blueprint volunteer coordinators said at a rally, this
isn't just workers renovating buildings. It's about the African working
class reclaiming the value of their labor and producing an independent
economy that will allow them to contend with the ruling class for the
liberation of African people worldwide.
Our meeting will be shorter than usual but we will still read a piece
for political education, plan our next fundraisers and discuss our
upcoming campaigns, such as the "Unity Through Reparations - APSC 2018
National Conference" in St Petersburg, FL (Jan 7-8) which many of us
from Boston will be attending, and you should come too!
To receive the agenda in advance, email us at usmboston at riseup.net
If you can't make the meeting, you can still tune into the web
conference from anywhere via the Black Power Blueprint facebook page.
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