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Justice for the SF 8! Black History Month Celebration

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  • isfonelove
    Justice for the SF 8! Black History Month Celebration Date: 2/6/2009 6:50:20 PM Pacific Standard Time From: bafsp@earthlink.net (FSP) Reply-to:
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 7, 2009
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      Justice for the SF 8! Black History Month Celebration
      Date: 2/6/2009 6:50:20 PM Pacific Standard Time
      From: bafsp@... (FSP)
      Reply-to: bafsp@...
      To: bafsp@... (FSP & RW shared addresses)


      Dear friends--don't miss this exciting event...

      Saturday, February 21, 7:30pm event; 6:00pm dinner

      Black History Month Celebration

      Justice for the San Francisco Eight!
      Black Panthers Fight Government Persecution…Again

      Decades before Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo , the U.S. government used
      torture as part of its COINTELPRO assault on political radicals.
      Today, eight former members and supporters of the Black Panther Party
      battle murder charges stemming from "confessions" they made 38 years
      ago under prolonged police torture. Come learn the latest about the
      case and how you can be involved in the international campaign to
      free the SF 8.

      Featured speakers:

      Richard Brown, San Francisco 8 defendant and longtime Western
      Addition community organizer

      Nellie Wong, feminist voice for dissidents and political prisoners
      and revolutionary poet

      Video showing: Legacy of Torture—The War against the Black Liberation
      Movement

      A Southern BBQ dinner will be served at 6:00pm before the event. The
      program and film showing begins at 7:30pm. Door donation is $3.00
      for the movie; dinner donation is $9. Sliding scale and work
      exchanges are available for low-income people and students.

      The event will take place at New Valencia Hall, 625 Larkin Street,
      Suite 202 (at Eddy Street, near Civic Center BART and on the #19 and
      #31 Muni bus lines) in San Francisco. The event is wheelchair
      accessible. For more information or childcare, call 415-864-1278 or
      email bafsp@.... Everyone is welcome!
    • isfonelove
      Justice for the SF 8! Black History Month Celebration Date: 2/13/2009 1:19:33 PM Pacific Standard Time From: justice3@sonic.net (mary moore) To:
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 15, 2009
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        Justice for the SF 8! Black History Month Celebration
        Date: 2/13/2009 1:19:33 PM Pacific Standard Time
        From: justice3@... (mary moore)
        To: justice3@... (Police Abuse group)



        To all: This is for any of you who can make it down to S.F. on the
        21st. If anyone plans to go and can take others let us know. MM

        Dear friends--don't miss this exciting event...
        Saturday, February 21, 7:30pm event; 6:00pm dinner
        Black History Month Celebration
        Justice for the San Francisco Eight!
        Black Panthers Fight Government Persecution…Again
        Decades before Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo , the U.S. government used
        torture as part of its COINTELPRO assault on political radicals.
        Today, eight former members and supporters of the Black Panther Party
        battle murder charges stemming from "confessions" they made 38 years
        ago under prolonged police torture. Come learn the latest about the
        case and how you can be involved in the international campaign to
        free the SF 8.
        Featured speakers:
        Richard Brown, San Francisco 8 defendant and longtime Western
        Addition community organizer
        Nellie Wong, feminist voice for dissidents and political prisoners
        and revolutionary poet
        Video showing: Legacy of Torture—The War against the Black Liberation
        Movement
        A Southern BBQ dinner will be served at 6:00pm before the event. The
        program and film showing begins at 7:30pm. Door donation is $3.00
        for the movie; dinner donation is $9. Sliding scale and work
        exchanges are available for low-income people and students.
        The event will take place at New Valencia Hall, 625 Larkin Street,
        Suite 202 (at Eddy Street, near Civic Center BART and on the #19 and
        #31 Muni bus lines) in San Francisco. The event is wheelchair
        accessible. For more information or childcare, call 415-864-1278 or
        email bafsp@.... Everyone is welcome!
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