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July 28 Protest Against Police Violence, Unjust Imprisonment

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event details

posted by: Uhuru Movement

begins: Jul 28, 1:00 pm

ends: Jul 28, 2:00 pm

location: The "Clothespin," 15th & Market, Philadelphia

July 28 Demonstration to Launch

"Uhuru Summer Against State Terror"

AS ECONOMIC CRISIS INTENSIFIES, THE AFRICAN COMMUNITY CATCHES HELL –

UHURU MOVEMENT INDICTS NUTTER ADMINISTRATION FOR STATE TERROR!

What: Protest Demonstration and Press Conference

When: Monday, July 28 at Noon

Where: The Clothespin, 15th and Market, Philadelphia, PA

Contact: Harris Daniels, 857-233-7508

The African People’s Socialist Party and the Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Philadelphia call on all freedom loving people to:

·         Join their demonstration on Monday, July 28 at NOON

·         Participate in the “Uhuru Summer Against State Terror” campaign to stand up against the City’s escalating attacks on the African community

·         Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement.

“The African community in Philadelphia faces the highest imprisonment and poverty rates in the U.S., and we recognize that these conditions are imposed by the U.S. government and carried out daily by the Nutter administration,” says African People’s Socialist Party Northeast Regional Outreach Director Ajamu Bandele.

Alison Hoehne, Chair of the African People’s Solidarity Committee in Philadelphia says,

“We are calling for action and for the white community to speak out against the escalation of attacks against the black community in Philadelphia and around the country.   We believe the real violence, and the real crime is the brutal conditions imposed by the City government on black and Puerto Rican communities including:

            • Police murders of 22 people in 2006 alone – no police have been prosecuted

            • 50% of black men in Philadelphia are unemployed

            • Students in Philadelphia schools were under-funded by $4972 per student in 2006, while Lower Merion students were over-funded by $5146

            • Only18% of Philadelphians have college degrees, and up to 50% of those in city jails were unemployed when arrested

            • Over 40% of Philadelphians live below the poverty level

Contact: Harris Daniels, 857-233-7508



Comments

An Ugly World

I hope that InPDUM is successful in exposing these things that Nutter is doing in office.

- Matt
http://www.reportacaller.com

Join the Uhuru Solidarity

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement.

Join the Uhuru Solidarity

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement.

Crisis...

When before there was food and every other crisis in Africa - I cant imagine whats the situation is there now when the world is in crisis and the big countries cut down their budgets.
David Sims - Promoting Renewable Fuel and Energy

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that 50% figure is just outrageous,, a sign that somthing is seriously wrong

Join the Uhuru Solidarity

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement.

The African community in

The African community in Philadelphia faces the highest imprisonment and poverty rates in the U.S.,

Participate in the “Uhuru

Participate in the “Uhuru Summer Against State Terror” campaign to stand up against the City’s escalating attacks on the African community

Does anyone have any recent

Does anyone have any recent information concerning this tragic situation? Why are the stats so high in Philadelphia? What are the stats in neighboring communities?