NYC Town Hall Meeting for the 10/10 Mobilization

Sunday, September 7th @ 7pm

at the Anarchist Salon @ St. Mark's Church
131 E. 10th St btw 2nd and 3rd Avenues in Manhattan

Speakers will include former Political Prisoner Ashanti Alston of the Jericho Movement
and other organizers on the front lines of support for our freedom fighters.

YOU will have a chance to put your minds and energies together to make 10/10
a big, powerful, and creative mobilization for NYC and for the Political Prisoners!

Be part of the October 10th March on the UN For Our PP's and POW's!
nationaljericho [at] • nycjericho [at] • JERICHO.TEN.TEN [at] GMAIL.COM


Fundraising Concert for Jericho March

Thursday, 9/11/08

Doors open @ 8 p.m./Show starts @ 9 p.m.

Rhyme for Reason

The Safiya-Nuh Foundation Presents:

Gist The Essence, Brooklyn Academy, Movement In Motion,
United Front and "Emperor" from NervRakrs Entertainment

@ The Knitting Factory

74 Leonard Street, NY, NY 10013

Tix: $15 in advance/$20 at door

For more info: visit or call: 347-267-8259 or 718-689-0139

To download a palm card for this event, click on the image below


Leonard Peltier Birthday Bash Fundraiser

Friday, September 12, 2008

7 to 10 p.m.

Brecht Forum, 451 West Street ( West Side Highway) between Bank & Bethune Sts.

You are invited to help us celebrate Leonard Peltier's 64th birthday and raise funds for his commissary account. A delicious potluck dinner will be prepared by NCYLPSG. There will be a birthday cake and card signing. Attorney Michael Kuzma will give us a legal update. Other special guests to be announced.

For more information: or 718-853-0893

Listen to Michael Kuzma and Paulette D'Auteuil talk about Leonard,
other political prisoners and POWs and the Jericho Anniversary March:

To read Leonard's statement to the August 24th Picnic at the Park,
click here!

Public Transportation to the Brecht Forum (212-242-4201): A, C, E or L to 14th Street & 8th Ave, walk down 8th Ave. to Bethune, turn right, walk west to the River, turn left; 1, 2, 3 or 9 to 14th Street & 7th Ave, get off at south end of station, walk west on 12th Street to 8th Ave. left to Bethune, turn right, walk west to the River, turn left; PATH Train to Christopher Street, north on Greenwich St to Bank Street, left to the river; #11 or #20 Bus to Abingdon Square, west on Bethune; #14A or #14D Bus to 8th Ave & 14th Street, walk down 8th Ave. and west on Bethune to the river; #8 Bus to 10th & West Street

National Demonstration on September 13
in Washington DC in Support of the Cuban Five

10 am: Morning Rally, Malcolm X Park
12 noon: March to the White House
2:30 pm: Indoor Rally, Location TBA

The Cuban Five are five Cuban men who are in U.S. prisons, serving four life sentences and 75 years collectively, after being arrested in September 1998 and wrongly convicted in U.S. federal court in Miami in 2001. They are Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando González and René González. They were falsely accused by the U.S. government of committing espionage conspiracy against the United States, and related charges. But the Five pointed out vigorously in their defense that they were fighting terrorism — they were monitoring the actions of CIA-backed Miami-based terrorist groups, in order to prevent attacks on Cuba.  The Five's actions were never directed at the U.S.government. They never harmed anyone nor ever possessed nor used any weapons while in the United States.

On 9 separate occasions, the U.S. government has denied entry visas to Adriana Perez and Olga Salanueva to visit their imprisoned husbands. It has been almost 10 years since they last embraced. Their visitation rights must be respected! For more information, visit

National Contact Information:
(917) 887-8710 (NYC)

To download a flyer, click here!

International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban Five

In collaboration with the The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture



Benefit Concert for the Cuban 5


DANNY RIVERA: "La Voz de Puerto Rico"

Singer-Songwriter VICTOR VICTOR


Featuring Eric Figueroa, Endel Dueño, Ramon Vazquez
Ritchie Flores and Alfredo De La Fe


Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture
450 Grand Concourse at 149th Street, Bronx, New York
Admission: $35.00 – VIP $100; Box Office and Information: 718-518-4455

In Harlem's 39th Annual African-American Day Parade
Come Out and March With:

The Freedom Fighters Contingent

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Assemble 2pm at: Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. ("7th Ave") & 112th St.

pic of contingent

Hold Up & Carry Images of Our Fallen Freedom Fighters & Warrior Ancestors

Demand Freedom & Amnesty For All U.S. Held Political Prisoners/POW's & Exiles

Carry & Play Your Drums, Whistles & Instruments

Bring and/or Encourage Our Children & Youth to Participate

Create And Display Individual & Organizational Banners, Flags, Signs, Posters,
Buttons & T-Shirts That Show Your Support For Our True Heroes & Sheroes

Come Help Actively Promote The Jericho Movement's 10/10 PP/POW March on the United Nations

For more information:  and  

Or Contact Bro. Shep:


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