310 W. 43rd Street, bet. 8th & 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
The Malcolm X Commemoration Committee
& 1199 SEIU Activists
The 14th Annual Dinner Tribute to the Families
of Political Prisoners & Pri
soners of War
with keynote speakers: Professor James Small & Pam Africa
Ralph Poynter with Lynne Stewart updates & cultural presentations
PASSIN' IT ON
This Tribute allows our community to acknowledge the commitment and many sacrifices that our freedom fighters' and their families have made to our struggle for self-determination, freedom and justice.
Join us as we pay Tribute to our Freedom Fighters and their Families.
Donation: $40/advance reservations ~ $45/at the door ~ Validated Parking $10.
For reservations/ more info contact:
Malcolm X Commemoration Committee
PO Box 380~122, Brooklyn, New York 11238
tel: 718-512-5008 ~ email: mxcc519@verizon. net
All proceeds to benefit political prisoners/prisoners of war represented at the Dinner.…
es to our struggle for self-determination & freedom at the 15th Annual Dinner Tribute to the Families of Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War FANNING THE FLAMES OF LIBERATION: EDUCATING OUR COMMUNITY ABOUT PP/POWs with keynote speakers: former Vice-Presidential Green Party candidate, Rosa Clemente Jericho National Chairperson & former PP/POW, Jihad Mumit along with cultural presentations Saturday, January 15th, 2011 - 3pm to 7pm Martin Luther King, Jr. Labor Center, 1199 Union HQ 310 W. 43rd Street, bet. 8th & 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036 Donation: $40/advance reservations ~ $45/at the door ~ Validated Parking $10 For reservations/more info contact: The Malcolm X Commemoration Committee PO Box 380-122, Brooklyn, New York 11238 tel: 718-512-5008 ~ email: firstname.lastname@example.org All proceeds to benefit Political Prisoners/Prisoners of War represented at the Dinner FREE THE LAND! Free all Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War Malcolm X Commemoration Committee P.O. Box 380-122 Brooklyn, New York 11238 718-512-5008 dequi kioni-sadiki & Mani Gilyard, co-chairs "What you and I need to do is learn to forget our differences...We have a common oppressor, a common exploiter, and a common discriminator.... once we all realize that we have a common enemy, then we unite on the basis of what we have in common." El Hajj El Malik Shabazz / Malcolm X "Message to the Grass Roots" -- A revolution now cannot be confined to the place or people where it may commence, but flashes with lightning speed from heart to heart, from land to land, til it has traversed the globe ... --Frederick Douglass Free All Political Prisoners! email@example.com • www.jerichony.org …