Interim President of InPDUM will give the Keynote Address at the Uhuru Furniture Open House in Philadelphia, PA March 22, 2014.
On March 22, 2014, Uhuru Furniture and Collectibles will have an Open House from noon to 4pm. There will be African drummers, poetry and an exercise demonstration and a keynote presentation by Interim President of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) President Waleeah Brooks. Brooks will discuss the incredible history of African resistance in Philly – from the Garvey Movement, to Malcolm X living in Philly briefly, to the Panthers and MOVE and school protests in the 60s and 70s. She will also explain how the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) came to Philly in response to the State aggression against the African community, and the bombing of MOVE and the African community, and built back the resistance over many years. There will be a call for the people join revolutionary organization to overturn the conditions of colonial oppression today and the need for the Uhuru Movement, in the form InPDUM, APEDF programs on the ground in Philadelphia.
On Sunday there will be a mass meeting to organize the community to join InPDUM and begin building for the InPDUM Annual convention on September 20-22,2014 in Newark, NJ.
If you are in the Philly area or in the North East make plans to attend this dynamic event.
Both events will be at 832 N. Broad Street at Parish, Philadelphia, PA.