Fri. Dec. 2nd: Despierta Boricua Segment
- The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign
New Jersey 201-435-3244
Despierta Boricua is a fifteen minute Radio segment produced for WBAI 99.5
FM Friday Morning Wake UP Call by The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign.
Despierta Boricua airs at 6:45am every two weeks, usually on the first and
third Friday of every month, but is subject to re-scheduling depending on
the Station�s needs.
Despierta Boricua is dedicated to providing the New York City listening
audience with the latest news and updates on Puerto Rican politics and
culture from U.S. based Puerto Rican communities and the island of Puerto
This week�s Segment (Fri. Dec. 2nd) will feature an interview with
Revolutionary artist/educator Yasmin Hernandez about her art, current
exhibits and other relevant issues. Visit her website at
www.yasminhernandez.com and view her amazing artwork and style!!
Give us your opinion on our segment, share your ideas, or any other input by
going to our web blog: http://www.prolibertadweb.com/ProLibFreedomBlog/
Join us for ProLibertad's annual, SALSA FOR FILIBERTO!! SALSA FOR FREEDOM
Friday Dec. 16th, 2005 at 8pm-??
St. Mary�s Episcopal Church 521 W126th St. Basement (between Amsterdam Ave.
Take the 1 or 9 train to W125th St. and Broadway
Suggested Donation: $10 (no one will be turned away)
$5 for Food and Alcohol/Beverages will be sold
Dance to the Latino Rhythms, Eat Delicious Puerto Rican food, and Party the
night away for the Puerto Rican Political Prisoners!!
COME DANCE TO �DJ CARLITO AND HIS MAMBO/SALSA SPINS�!! Party to all the
Salsa, Merengue, and Hip Hop you can dance too!!
Special Performaces by
Rafael Landron, Nuyorican, poet/Singer/Guitarist!! AND
Mariposa, Boricua Poet/Activist/Singer
BRING YOUR CHECKBOOKS FOR OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY AUCTION!!
This year the proceeds of our auction and suggested donations will go to the
Puerto Rican Political Prisoner Commissary Fund, Elma Beatriz Rosado Barbosa
(Filiberto Ojeda Rios� widow) and for a Defense Fund for the pending 125
arrests of people in the Puerto Rican Independence movement.
At this time of increasing repression, we encourage you to attend an event
celebrating political prisoners here and around the world. It will be an
interesting and invigorating evening as we join together to build our
collective strength for the present and future efforts to defend and free
all political prisoners:
International Day of Solidarity with Political Prisoners
Saturday, December 3, 2005
6:30 pm�10 pm
Columbia Law School, Room 103
435 W. 116th St.
Ninotchka Rosca: Gabriela Network, Philippines
Ander: Kalera Project, Basque Country
Ashanti Alston: Black Liberation Movement
Frank Velgara: Puerto Rican Independence Movement
ALSO: A comrade from the Palestinian Movement and statements from David
Gilbert and Marilyn Buck, white anti-imperialist political prisoners.
Presentations and a roundtable discussion on international organizing for
Kgafela Magogodi, Azanian Spoken Word Poet
Fred Ho, Asian American Jazz Musician
& Other Cultural Workers
#1 train to 116th St.
$5 donation requested
Sponsored by: Columbia�s SLPA Human Rights Program, Malcolm X Grassroots
Movement, National & NYC Jericho, Hands Off Assata, New York Task Force,
ProLibertad Freedom Campaign, Resistance in Brooklyn, Gabriela Network,
Women�s Anti-Imperialist League, NYC Mumia Coalition, Latin@s for Mumia
For more information: 718-220-6004 � nycjericho@...
nycjericho@... � www.jerichony.org
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY?
( http://www.freemumia.com/pdfs/flyerdec10.pdf )
4PM to 7PM
$10 INCLUDING FOOD
Salem United Methodist Church on 129th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Join the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, NYC alongside legal, political and
cultural activists for an exciting, informative and revolutionary evening of
examining systematic human rights denial. Issues will range from Mumia and
Political Prisoners, to Hurricane Katrina, the war on Iraq, Assata Shakur,
Lynne Stewart, the assassination of Comandante Filiberto Ojeda Rios, plus
SPEAKERS: PAM AFRICA, INTERNATIONAL CONCERNED FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF MUMIA
ABU-JAMAL; HERMAN FERGUSON, CO- CHAIR NATIONAL JERICHO MOVEMENT; LYNNE
STEWART, TO BE SENTENCED IN DECEMBER BY THE US GOVERNMENT: MASAI EHEHOSI,
FREE IMAM JAMIL ABDULLAH AL-AMIN (RAP BROWN) CAMPAIGN; ESPERANZA MARTELL;
ROSEMARI MEALY; AND OTHERS.
THE WELFARE POETS WILL BE PERFORMING!
New merchandise and revolutionary gear will be available for purchase
including buttons, shirts, videos, audio and of course Mumia's books written
straight from death-row! As always, information, updates and literature will
be provided for free!
Endorsers: National Jericho Movement, Patrice Lumumba Coalition, The Justice
Committee, Fred Hampton Jr., International Action Center , Pro-Libertad,
WESPAC, City Council Member Charles Barron, New York Committee to Free the
Cuban Five, December 12th Movement, Members of the Ossining NAACP, Viola
Plummer, Daughters of Harriet, NEFAC/Open City, Harlem Tenants Council,
Vieques Brigade, Laura Whitehorn (former political prisoner), Resistance in
Brooklyn, and more
"We declare our right on this earth to be a human being, to be respected as
a human being, to be given the rights of a human being in this society, on
this earth, in this day, which we intend to bring into existence by any
means necessary ." -Malcolm X
For more information please visit the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, NYC's
PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE PDF FLYER FOR THIS EVENT AT: