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Announcement :: Organizing
The Murder Of Fred Hampton // 11-16
by Lucy Parsons Center Radical Film Night
Email: films (nospam) lucyparsons.org
13 Nov 2005
Free Screening: The Murder Of Fred Hampton
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
at the Lucy Parsons Center
549 Columbus Ave (in the South End)
Directed by Mike Gray
(1971, 88 min)
Fred Hampton was the leader of the Chicago Chapter of The Black Panther Party. This film depicts his brutal murder by the Chicago police and its subsequent investigation, but also documents his activities in organizing the Chapter, his public speeches, and the programs he founded for children during the last eighteen months of his life. This is the most harrowing film ever made on The Panthers.
Nov 23 - No Film Screening. Acoustic music show by Robert Blake. 7pm.
Nov 30 - Woomera (Australia, 2005, 35 min) and Seeing is believing: Handicams, Human Rights & The News (Canada, 58 min)
Dec 7 - Still We Ride (2005, 37 min)
Dec 14 - De-Interlaced: Surviving The Mass Media (78 min)
Followed by a digital media workshop hosted by the filmmakers, Round Point Movies
Dec 21 - Defending Our Lives (1994, 42 min)
Sponsored by the Boston Anarchist Black Cross
Radical Film Night at the Lucy Parsons Center
Every Wednesday night at 7pm
Questions-Comments about the film series, contact films(-at-)lucyparsons.org
+++ Where are we?
Lucy Parsons Center
549 Columbus Avenue
Boston's South End
Email: lucyparsons (at) tao.ca
By train/public transportation: Take the Orange Line to the Mass Ave. stop, or the Green "E" line to the Symphony stop. Walk south on Mass Ave for a minute or two. Go left onto Columbus Avenue for 1-1/2 blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on the left.
By bus:Take the #1 Dudley/Mass Ave bus to the corner of Columbus Avenue and Mass Ave. Walk east on Columbus Avenue 1-1/2 blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on the left.
By car, from Storrow Drive:Exit at Copley. Go left at the light, onto Arlington Street. Continue approximatley five blocks until Columbus Avenue. Go right onto Columbus Avenue for approximately eight blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on your right. If you reach Mass Ave, you've gone one block too far.
From I-93 N or S:Take the Storrow Drive exit. Continue 1-2 minutes on Storrow and exit at Copley. Go left at the light, onto Arlington Street. Continue approximatley five blocks until Columbus Avenue. Go right onto Columbus Avenue for approximately eight blocks. Lucy Parsons Center will be on your right. If you reach Mass Ave, you've gone one block too far.
+++ What are we?
The Lucy Parsons Center, Boston's collectively run radical bookstore features an extensive selection of radical books and magazines, internet access, space for talks and meetings, and free movies Wednesday nights. Located at 549 Columbus Avenue in the South End the store is just down from Mass Ave and easily reached from the Mass Ave and Symphony T stations and the #1 bus. Regular store hours Mon-Fri 12-9pm Weekends 12-6.
Volunteering at LPC isn't just about donating your labor. All of the Lucy Parsons Center volunteers contribute to all aspects of running the store and can take part in all decisions in how it's run. If you know anything about grant writing, web design, or any other skills you think would be useful, or if you just want to be part of this great radical project, please email Pete at petestid (at) yahoo.com
+++ Use our space for radical stuff
One of the most important aspects of the Lucy Parsons Center is providing a community meeting place for radical activities. If you want to host an event, please send an email to Rebecca at rebeccabatchelder (at) yahoo.com. Make sure to give enough notice so that we can approve the event at our bimonthly meetings.
If you have a group that needs a space to have regular meetings, just come to the bookstore and fill out a space request form. Again, make sure to allow time for approval by the collective.
+++ Donate MONEY!
We need support to help ensure the Lucy Parsons Center continues to grow and be an important resource for the community. Donations can be made in the form of cash, check or credit cards. Please call the store for more info. If you don't have a lot, don't worry, even donating the change of your purchase can make a difference.
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This work is in the public domain
Re: The Murder Of Fred Hampton // 11-16
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16 Nov 2005
well-attended, about 25-30 people, and some good context from the presenter before as well as after. we need to continue to examine these crimes by the u.s. government since they have never been resolved, and in fact continue to this day in the form of repression against the forces of justice and peace.