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A Worker's World Forum; Sunday July 28
27 Jul 2002
A Worker's World Forum in Boston this Sunday, July 28 at 4pm and a special educational this Wednesday, July 31 at 6.30pm with WWP leader Larry Holmes Racism on "National Oppression, Self Determination and the Struggle Today."
To all concerned friends and activists, >
> The Worker's World Boston branch will be holding an
> important forum on Sunday, July 28th at 4pm. >
> On the agenda are reports by speakers Sakinah
> Abdur-Rasheed and Robert Traynham, who will discuss
> the African American community's struggle for
> reparations for slavery. Everyone who can attend> this
> important meeting should do so, as a national march> on
> Washington, DC, set for August 17th, has been called
> on this very issue. Compensation is long overdue for
> the racist inequities that the African American
> community continues to suffer in US society,
> including police brutality, the imprisonment of> youth,
> inadequate education, housing, health care and much
> more -- all rooted in the legacy of slavery. >
> Mahtowin Munro will also speak on the recent stock
> market collapse and the MCI WorldCom bankruptcy. > Will
> any of the multi-billionaires be punished? What will
> happen to the workers and investors who put their
> faith in the capitalist system? What is the cause> of
> the crisis that may be leading us into another
> depression? What effects will the exposure of these
> thieving companies have on the war at home and> abroad?
> How can workers fight back? >
> Food and drink will be provided. Any contributions> to
> food, setup, or our finances committee would be> greatly> appreciated. >
> The forum will be held at 284 Amory Street, Jamaica
> Plain; Stonybrook stop on the Orange Line. For more
> information or directions, please feel free to call
> 617-983-3835 or email us at wwboston (at) We> hope to see you there. >
> In addition:> ***There will also be a update on Palestine and a
> brief report on future events and actions, including
> an Emergency Demonstration in Support of Palestine> on
> Monday, July 29th at 5:30 PM in front of the Israeli
> Consulate at Park Plaza Square in Downtown Boston.>
> ***On Wednesday, July 31st at 6:30 PM at 284 Amory
> Street, join us for an exciting WWP discussion and
> video featuring Larry Holmes, on "Racism, National
> Oppression, Self Determination and the Struggle> Today." > > In Solidarity,
> Boston Worker's World Party > >
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