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Posted 19 October 2006 - 03:27 PM

The Pan-Afrikan Society of London South Bank University (Elephant & Castle Campus) will like to invite you to celebrate Afrikan History Month with us!

All meetings will be held in L119 at 5:30pm (London Road Building). There will also be special Edutaintment features from artists who are performing for The Word Temple Revolution Tours (see below for details). Don't forget to support your community radio stations such as Galaxy Radio 99.5 fm Fri -Sun.


October 2006 Schedule

Tues., 10th Oct. The Horrors of Slavery (Brother Omowale, presenter on Galaxy Radio)

Wed., 11th Oct What can we learn from our past that can shape our future (David McQueen) - http://www.DaMansDem.com

Tues., 17th Oct Injustice Discussion Pt 1 (Friends & Family Network)

Fri., 20th Oct. Injustice Film Screening Pt 2 (Friends & Family Network)

Tues., 24th Oct. Afrikan & Internationalist Dialogue (Kofi Klu)

Fri., 27th Oct. Black Youth in the Struggle: The Story of the Black Panthers & the Five-Percenters (Dr Rashid & Hughie Rose, UK Chair of the New Black Panther Party)

Tues., 31st Oct. Afrikans Deserve Just Reparations (Ester Stanford)

For more information contact Kayann 07908204788 or Rayan 07866642922

Robert R Bryan, lead attorney for
>>>"Mumia Abu-Jamal"<<<

Report on the application in the US Court of Appeal for a new trial
Followed by a Reception
Hosted by Ian Macdonald QC]

Garden Court Chambers
57-60 Lincoln ’s Inn Fields,
London WC2A 3LS

Thursday 19th October 2006 6.30pm

Featured speakers include those organising support for Mr Abu-Jamal in France -- Claude Guillaumaud-Pujol, Le Collectif Unitaire National pour le Soutien de Mumia Abu-Jamal (United National Collective for the Support of Mumia Abu-Jamal); Germany -- Jürgen Heiser, Internationales Verteidigungskomitee (International Defence Committee).[size=
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Posted 19 November 2006 - 05:52 PM


Is an event run by The National Archives in partnership with Every Generation Foundation.

"The impact of slavery and colonisation makes family history for the African Caribbean community a difficult and painful process.

However, family history can be a powerful resource in the healing, resilience and development of the commuinty. It acts as a motivator for young people, giving them sense of their identity and of achievement of their ancestors, as well as a wider perpective of their place in society"

£7 or £5 concessions
The National Archives,
Surrey TW9 4DU

Tube: Kew Gardens
Rail: Kew Bridge & Kew Gardens
Bus: 391, 65, R68
Free parking available


I realise the National Archives is the bastion of colonial bullls**t but it may just provide a link to the history they kept from us for so long .......maybe?
The tickets go online tomorrow morning, so go to the website if you want to find out more.
SHINE ON, daughter of a thousand generations, send your light fourth into this tired world...
SHINE ON, mother of a thousand dreams tend to those dreams with strength and compassion...
SHINE ON, woman of a thousand hopes, show everyone the beauty within you - the beauty that comes from knowing who you are

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