Black History Month 2023: WORDS INTO ACTION
Radical writers of color will present bold strategies for a revived freedom struggle. Open discussion to follow. All are welcome.
At this juncture where the BLM upsurge has waned, what is needed to move the struggle forward? These two new documents provide analysis and proposals for how to build a multiracial movement led by militant Black workers, women and LGBTQ+ folks that can fight for reparations and ultimately end police violence and systemic racism.
Featured author & speaker
Emily Woo Yamasaki -Yamasaki’s commitment to the Black movement and reparations is inseparably linked with her longstanding fight to win racial justice for all. As coordinator of the National Comrades of Color Caucus of Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women, she collaborates with a team representing diverse identities and backgrounds.
Chair: Lee Gill, African American writer and organizer with NYC Campaign for an Elected Civilian Review Board
Sat., February 11 • 3:00pm
Social hour 2pm • Refreshments available for donation
Freedom Hall, 113 W. 128th St., Harlem
Near Malcolm X Blvd. • Subways #2/3 to 125th St. • Childcare provided
Zoom option: register at tinyurl.com/BHMFreedomHall
Hosted by National Comrades of Color Caucus of Freedom Socialist Party & Radical Women Information: 212-222-0633 • [email protected] • socialism.com • Order from RedLetterPress.org