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Afrikan Liberation Day – London, England

2010 theme – Reparations Now! – Haiti First! Haiti Now!

Youths are especially welcome – All free of charge

Day 1

Friday 28th May 2009 @ 6.30pm
The real conditions confronting
Afrikan People in Haiti
Venue for Day 1: 44-46 Offley Road, The Oval, London SW9 0LS
Nearest Tube: Oval (Northern Line); Buses: 3, 36, 59, 133, 155, 159, 185, 333, 436

Day 2 (Main Event)

Saturday 29th May 2009 @ 1pm – 7pm
Reparations Now!
Haiti First! Haiti Now!
Venue for Day 2: Yvonne Carr Centre,
2 Thessally Road, SW8 4HT
Nearest Tube: Stockwell; Nearest British Rail: Wandsworth Road
Buses to Thassally Road: P5; Buses Nearby: 77, 87, 156, 196, 344, 452

Libation, dancing, singing, drumming, poetry, children’s activities, dynamic performers
Keynote Speaker – Haiti’s Leading Human Rights Lawyer – Mario Joseph
Plus Panel Speakers & Solidarity Messages

Afrikan Liberation Day planning meetings
Offley Road every Monday @ 6.30pm
For more information: Ring 07940 005 907; email Panascf(at)yahoo.co.uk; Website – www.pascf.org.uk

Organised by
The Nkrumah Foundation* Pan-Afrikan Society Community Forum* All-Afrikan People’s Revolutionary Party* George Jackson Socialist League. Sponsored by: Global Afrikan Congress* Pan-African Congress Movement* Alliance of Afrikan Women*

Pan Afrikan Society Community Forum Presents the 2010 annual theme and series of workshops
Afrikan Freedom means Defeating Neo-colonialism: Nkrumah @ 100

Afrikan Liberation Month Workshops
6.30pm Arrival 7pm Start – Youths are especially welcome – All free of charge

Applying the ideas of Kwame Nkrumah

Friday 21/5/10 – The History of Afrikan Liberation Day by Asari St Hill

Friday 28/5/10 – Haiti’s leading human rights lawyer tells us what’s really going on in Haiti by Mario Joseph,

Venue for Workshops:
Starlight Music Academy, 44-46 Offley Road, The Oval, London SW9 0LS
Nearest Tube: Oval (Northern Line); Buses: 3, 36, 59, 133, 155, 159, 185, 333, 436

Kwanzaa planning meetings – Same venue alternate Mondays @ 6.30pm
For more information: Ring 07940 005 907; email – Panascf(at)yahoo.co.uk; Website – www.pascf.org.uk

When we were oppressed under slavery and colonialism our ancestors knew it; they knew that they had to remove these oppressive systems in order to be free. It is a massive contradiction that despite the fact that we are actually living in the neo-colonial phase of history, most of us do not know what it is. The problem this poses is that if we do not know it, we cannot understand it; if we cannot understand it, we cannot consciously do anything to challenge it; if we cannot do anything to challenge it, we cannot get rid of it; if we cannot get rid of it, we will remain stuck in it; if we remain stuck in neo-colonialism, Afrika cannot be liberated and we will not be a free and self determining people. The critical task before us therefore, is to raise our collective level of consciousness of the nature of neo-colonialism and how to defeat it in Afrikan communities everywhere.

Also – Please note
Saturday 29/5/10, 1 -7pm
Afrikan Liberation Day
Haiti First! Haiti Now!
Yvonne Carr Centre, 2 Thessally Road, SW8 4HT

Thursday 10/6/10, 6.30pm
1st Annual Marcus Garvey Memorial Lecture
University of London, Birkbeck College, Malet Street, WC1

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