George Jackson/Mumia Abu-Jamal PP/POW Letter Writing (NYC)
Where we honor the birthdays of captured freedom fighters with cards and a Letter Writing to a selected PP/POW. Potluck dinner. Free (contributions welcome). New York, NY. For more information contact PantherShepCat@aol.com
Malcolm X Commemoration Committee Annual Dinner Tribute to the Families of our PP/POWs
Listings of Upcoming Events for PP/POWs by Area:
New York City: http://JerichoNY.org
Saturday, November 2, 2013 • 7:30 pm to 1:00 am
"Free 'Em All" 5th Annual Freedom Dance
National Black Theater – 2031 5th Avenue (at 125th Street) Harlem
COST: $20 (proceeds support U.S.-held political prisoners)
For more information: FreedomDancing5@gmail.com
October 19, 2013 • 5-9pm
Freedom Ain't Free CD Release Party for Sekou Odinga and All Political Prisoners of War
The National Black Theatre • 2031 5th Ave @ 125th Street, Harlem, NY map
$20 donation (includes light refreshments & CD); this is a People's Party, no one turned away, give what u have
See event photos, hear samples and BUY THE ALBUM!
Oct. 15, 2011
COINTELRPO 101 Movie Screening and Benefit for Sekou Odinga
The Riverside Church
Sat. August 2, 2013
Spirit Child & Mental Notes "Tribute to Sekou Odinga & Assata Shakur"
Blue Note Jazz Club, Late Night Groove Series
131 West 3rd St. (just east of 6th Ave.), New York, NY •
$10 seats at bar (first come basis) or tables (reservations available).
Read more info.
August 7, 2013
Sat. August 17, 2013 on the Anniversary of his Birth
Screening of “Let the Fire Burn” Rotunda at 40th & Walnut, Philadelphia
On May 13, 1985, by order of local Philadelphia authorities, police dropped military-grade explosives onto a MOVE-occupied rowhouse killing 11 people (including five babies). Watch a new documentary about the event and the struggles to bring Philadelphia officials to justice and free the adult survivors–who are still in jail after 29 years, while their attempted murderers walk free!
131 8th Street, No. 4, Brooklyn, NY
Political Prisoner tour of "Self-Determination Inside/Out," with Dequi Kioni-Sadiki and others - highlighting the role political prisoners have played in the struggles inside the walls from Attica to today.
Celebrate Assata Shakur, raise support for still-incarcerated political prisoners such as Sundiata Acoli, Sekou Odinga....and too many others. DJ, Drinks, Fun! $20 donation.
National Black Theater, 2031 Fifth Avenue between 125th/126th Streets.
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. Supporting organizations, Zulu Nation, Copwatch, Brotherhood SisterSol, Rebel Diaz Arts Collective, NY Black Panthers, Party for Socialism and Liberation
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 and more!