The Reparations Tour: White Solidarity with the Black Power Blueprint
These questions will be answered at the NYC stop on The Reparations Tour: White Solidarity with the Black Power Blueprint.
The Black Power Blueprint, a campaign of the Uhuru Movement, is building economic development programs for self-determination by and for the black community in St. Louis.
St. Louis can become a model of a depressed African community taking shape under the African People’s Education and Defense Fund (APEDF.org) in partnership with Black Star Industries.
The Brooklyn event is part of a national tour of 12 cities where speakers involved with the Black Power Blueprint will share the incredible institutions being built, and show how white people can play a critical role in supporting the self-determination of black working-class people to feed, clothe and house themselves.
Speakers will be Tiffany Murphy of Black Star Industries and Jesse Nevel, National Chair of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement
Co-hosted by the African People’s Education and Defense Fund and the New York City Chapter of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. For more info, call 301-542-3999 or email [email protected]
122 Waterbury St.
Brooklyn, NY 11206-1617