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Lynne Stewart Loses Appeal

by Stephen Lendman

For 30 years, Lynne heroically defended America's poor, underprivileged, unwanted, and forgotten. Without advocates like her, they never have a chance for due process and judicial fairness.

Lynne championed equity and justice. She devoted her life and work to upholding principles too important to reject.

She defended controversial figures like Weather Underground activist David Gilbert, United Freedom Front's Richard Williams, Black Liberation Army figures Sekou Odinga and Nasser Ahmed, and many others like them.

She knew the risks, yet took them courageously. She did so because it's the right thing to do.

At former US Attorney General Ramzy Clark's request, she joined his Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman's defense team.

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This Sunday at 1PM EST on Uhuru Radio, the weekly Reparations in Action program of the African People's Solidarity Committee...

Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, reports back from her trip to Frankfurt, Germany where she spoke at an event sponsored by the African Socialist International (ASI) to commemorate the assassination of Patrice Lumumba.

Chairwoman Hess and co-host Jesse Nevel (Uhuru Solidarity Movement-St. Pete) will also discuss the recent attacks by German police against African demonstrators and the recent work of the ASI to build the international African revolutionary Party throughout the African community of Europe including in Belgium, France, Germany and the UK.

This Sunday at 1PM EST - Tune in! UhuruRadio.com

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Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, reports back from her trip to Frankfurt, Germany where she spoke at an event sponsored by the African Socialist International (ASI) to commemorate the assassination of Patrice Lumumba.

Chairwoman Hess and co-host Jesse Nevel (Uhuru Solidarity Movement-St. Pete) will also discuss the recent attacks by German police against African demonstrators and the recent work of the ASI to build the international African revolutionary Party throughout the African community of Europe including in Belgium, France, Germany and the UK.

This Sunday at 1PM EST - Tune in!



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Sunday, 13:00 to 14:00 (2010-08-15) 1pm EST
Host: Penny Hess

This Week: A History of Police Containment in Miami
Comrades Jesse Nevel and Mathew Daiagi in Uhuru Solidarity Movement of Miami report on recent police murders in Miami and the history of police containment in the majority African neighborhood of Overtown, Miami. Comrades also interview InPDUM organizer Diop Olugbala about police containment and the meaning of the recent police slogan of "Take Back Our Streets." Diop Olugbala and USM comrades emphasize how the work of the Uhuru Movement provides a way for African people to resist police containment and why white people should unite to overthrow this colonial system of white power by joining USM.

http://uhurunews.com/radio/?tzoffminutes=240

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Targeting Muslim Charities in America - by Stephen Lendman

In a December 2008 article, this writer explained that the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF) was the largest American Muslim charity until the Bush administration bogusly declared it an enemy of the state and shut it down.

On December 4, 2001, the Treasury Department declared HLF a terrorist group, froze its assets, and falsely claimed they were being used to funnel millions of dollars to Hamas. HLF's appeal was denied.

It provided vital relief to Palestinian refugees in Occupied Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan as well as aid for the needy in Bosnia, Albania, Chechnya, Turkey, America, and elsewhere.

Its activities included:

-- financial aid to needy and impoverished families;

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

One year after the 2008 Republican National Convention, the Chicago Independent Media Center takes a look back over the last year of RNC aftermath work. This documentary shares helpful advice with any activists organizing under state repression. Includes interviews with legal workers, members of the RNC8 and arrestees, as well as updates on our incarcerated friends.

“Resist! An RNC Aftermath Documentary”
By Chicago Indymedia
Released September 21st, 2009
Runtime: 1hr 12min

http://www.archive.org/details/RESISTRNCAftermathDocumentary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

One year after the 2008 Republican National Convention, the Chicago Independent Media Center takes a look back over the last year of RNC aftermath work. This documentary shares helpful advice with any activists organizing under state repression.  Includes interviews with legal workers, members of the RNC8 and arrestees, as well as updates on our incarcerated friends.

“Resist! An RNC Aftermath Documentary”
By Chicago Indymedia
Released September 21st, 2009
Runtime: 1hr 12min

http://www.archive.org/details/RESISTRNCAftermathDocumentary

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