Session VI Join to build together - Umoja (Unity)
Saturday, May, 29, 2021, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (EST)
Black Self-Determination drives the Umoja Unity Talks; a two-hour session of culture and political discussion. This is gathering number six. Recordings of past Unity Talks are available here.
This month we will hear from former political prisoners Ramona Africa from MOVE, and Sekou Odinga of the Northeast Political Prisoners Coalition.
The program will include political perspectives, dialogue, open forum discussion, and presentations of cultural arts (and of course the Chat is open and live too!).
You may register here. You will receive details on how to join the meeting when you register.
Meeting capacity limited to 100. Reliable allies are expected to hold back. Black self-determination prevails.
For more information contact: George Friday, [email protected]
About Umoja Unity Talks
On December 26, 2020, Southern Anti-Racism Network (SARN) convened the first session of the Umoja Unity Talks to celebrate the first night of Kwanzaa- Umoja (Unity). The declared two-prong purpose of the Umoja Unity Talks is to end patriarchy in the National Black Liberation Movement and to unite with organizations working to free all political prisoners. Especially for the purpose of freeing elderly and ill political prisoners and prisoners of war.
All sessions are held on the last Saturday of each month, 5pm to 7pm. Next three sessions will be May 29, & June 26, and July 31. Contacts; George Friday, [email protected], Theresa El Amin, [email protected], or Sis. Empress Chi at: [email protected].
This session is sponsored by the Southern Anti-Racism Network; and supported by the memories and lives of the Ancestors.
- May 29, 2021 at 5pm – 7pm
Southern Anti-Racism Network