On Saturday, November 28th, there will be a solidarity event for Mutulu Shakur. Shakur, a one time supporter of the Republic of New Afrika movement, was arrested in 1986 on charges of bank robbery and helping his sister, Assata Shakur, escape prison. Today, he sits in Amerikkka’s dungeons, awaiting an appeal scheduled for Nov. 30th.
The event will feature live music from Debajito and Ietif and a teach-in by Ward Churchill. RAIM will be there with the latest issue of the RAIM Global Digest, representing a revolutionary anti-imperialist perspective.
Here’s more details:
An Evening of Solidarity for Mutulu Shakur
Presented by Denver and Aurora CopWatch, Sisters of Color United for Education, and Denver ABC
[when] Saturday, November 28th: 7:30pm-12ish
[where]Sisters of Color 2895 8th Ave, Denver, CO (8th and federal across the street from the bus yard)
Sliding Scale 1-5$ (if you ain’t got it don’t let it stop you from coming)
Teach-in by Professor Ward Churchill
Live Music by:
Debajito (of Debajo Del Agua)
Hosted by Shareef Aleem
Please join us on Saturday, November 28th to stand in solidarity with Dr Mutulu Shakur before his appeals hearing on Monday, November 30th at the super-maximum Federal prison in Florence, CO…