Existence is Resistance, The Sekou Odinga Defense Committee and The Campaign to Bring Mumia Home present this all day celebration and fundraiser for recently released political prisoner of 34 years, Sekou Odinga.
Sekou Odinga was a U.S. held political prisoner imprisoned 34 years for fighting for the freedom of Black people and the building of the Republic of New Afrika. He was released November 25, 2014 into the arms of family, comrades and friends.
Universal Zulu Nation
Rebel Diaz Arts Collective
NY Black Panthers
Party for Socialism and Liberation
These organizations will be in attendance with various tables including activities such as letter writing to political prisoners and information on knowing your rights.
We will be showing two amazing documentaries:
12:30 pm The Mike Brown Rebellion by Rebel Diaz
2:30 pm Afraid of Dark by Mya B
Key Note Address at 4 pm by Sekou Odinga
Special Guest DJ Lumumba aka Revolution
Hosted by Hakim Green
Live Performances by:
The Peace Poets
Lah Tere & Mommas HipHop Kitchen
Flier Designed by; Intifada Street
Original Photographic Image Credit: Solwazi, Ancestral Beauty Photography
Sunday, February 15, 2015, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center
(3940 Broadway, New York, New York 10032)