OAKLAND IS ON THE MOVE!
Oakland, CA – The Uhuru House in Oakland, CA is once again flexing its political muscles. From the beginning, plans have been laid down and made a reality to institute programs benefitting the African working class community.
The historic Oakland Uhuru House has seen many political campaigns of the past and pushes forth today wioth institutions such as Friday Movie Nights, Weekly Sunday Mass Rallies, the reopening of the Garden Project, as well as a Commemoration Weekend, happening April 4th, 5th and 6th, which will have a special movie night showing Eyes on the Prize – The Black Power Years.
On Sat., April 5th will be a Health Is Freedom Day that will have health screenings, and other activities, as well as the reopening of the Community Garden.
Sunday, April 6th, will host a special Sunday event featuring the Chairman, Omali Yeshitela,who will give us the significance of Bobby Hutton and Martin Luther King Jr., who were both assassinated in April 1968.
Everyone is welcome to attend, for those living in the San Francisco Bay Area, and plug in to the work to build the existing programs, as well as build the upcoming Food Giveaway programs and more.