Friday, February 17, 2012

Occupy Harlem General Assembly - Friday, March 2.

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2012 6 to 9 PM
*Guest Speakers include Glen Ford, Executive Editor, Black Agenda Report
" Gentrification and Redistricting in Harlem"
"Building the Stop Stop and Frisk Movement Locally/Nationally"

*The chickens have finally come home to roost in Harlem. After decades
of selling out Harlem to New York City's poweful real estate industry
local Black politicans have succeeded in destroying their own
political base. None more than Harlem's famous Black congressional
disrict that sweep Adam Clayton Powell Jr. into national prominence.
In all probability the historic Black seat hasl cease to hold its
Black majority  political base because of  population loss.Don't miss
this powerful analysis that has national implications. Direct Action
proposal for this coming Spring: Anti-gentrification protest rally
across 125th and Occupy New York State Division of Housing and Home
Renewal: a state regulatory agency in the pocket of the real estate

The Stop Stop and Frisk campaign is building in momentum, particularly
among Black students. Carl Dix will join us to discuss upping the ante
in militancy and strategic objectives.

Nellie Bailey,

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