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International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement | 06.12.2009
Hands Off the City Hall 2!
Hearing on Tuesday, June 16 at the Philadelphia Criminal Justice Center, Room 504 at 9:00am. We are calling on all the supporters to meet at 8:30AM in front of the CJC (13th and Filbert) to participate in the press conference.
City Hall 2 Struggle Intensifies!
Mobilize to Attend June 16th Hearing
A call for solidarity to defend the democratic rights of the African community
Uhuru Movement | 03.23.2009
Stop the war on African People
URGENT: Please attend the
preliminary hearing for the City Hall II
Where: Criminal Justice Center, 1301 Filbert Street, Room 405
Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Hearing Time: 8:00 AM
Please gather on Filbert at 13th Street, across from the Criminal Justice Center by 7:30 AM. Look for the red, black and green flag!
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posted by: Uhuru Solidarity Movement
begins: Mar 26, 7:30 pm
ends: Mar 26, 10:00 pm
location: Uhuru Solidarity Center
People's Townhall Meeting:
Nutter's Budget Cuts Intensify Phila's Billion Dollar War on the African Community!
Thursday March 26th at 7:30pm
Uhuru Solidarity Center • 3733 Lancaster Ave • W. Phila
There is no freedom of speech for African working people in Philadelphia!
Uhuru Movement leader Diop Olugbala brutally attacked by police & arrested for protesting Nutter's budget at 3/19 City Council session:
Uhuru Solidarity Movement | 03.20.2009
On Wednesday, March 19, 2009, police attacked members of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) in the gallery of the City Council during the City Council session where Mayor Nutter was announcing his 2010 budget. International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement members were holding signs protesting Mayor Nutter’s budget, which cuts essential services for the African population while spending more than one billion dollars a year for police and prisons attacking the black community. Subsequent to the police attack, InPDUM international organizer Diop Olugbala, (aka Wali Rahman), and member Shabaka Mnombatha, (aka Franklin Moses), were brutally arrested and are being charged with aggravated assault on police!
Uhuru organizer attacked by police at City Council speaks at People's Townhall Meeting Thurs 3/26
Police attack Diop Olugbala during demonstration
See video of police attack here
Watchdog | 02.03.2009
City Council will have a hearing on whether or not Nutter can have "discretion" to determine "emergencies" that merit Martial Law....to ban rallies and assembly and so forth.
This is copy of the Bill that Nutter hopes to get passed by City Council on Wed Feb 4. Thanks to Hallwatch for making this accessible...though Hallwatch will be going-out-of-business in the near future.
One question is...what is being planned, or what is expected, by the Nutters et al, that would prompt such authoritarian pre-emptive legislation? Should we move out of the city now? This is more of an Omen than a Bill.