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Program Information
1st Annual NYC Anarchist Bookfair 2007
Action/Event
Kamau
 dan v  Contact Contributor
March 19, 2008, 10:22 p.m.
case involving the arrests of several Black Panthers in connection to the 1971 killing of police officer Sgt. John V. Young, despite the use of torture to obtain confessions.
NYC Anarchist Bookfair Collective
Destroying Black History: The Present and Past Attack on the Black Panthers

This workshop will give an update on the case involving the recent arrests of several Black Panthers in connection to the 1971 killing of police officer Sgt. John V. Young, despite the use of torture to obtain confessions. The workshop will also explore the use and legacy of COINTELPRO and how you can support the San Francisco 8 today. It will give insight into the continuing and current attack on the Black Panthers and political prisoners, in general, so as to contextualize the work of anarchists and radical folks today. The short film 'Legacy of Torture' will be shown, as well.


This workshop will be presented by Kamau.


Kamau has worked as a community activist for over ten years in New York City on the issue of police brutality; he has helped to organize community demonstrations against the beating of Rodney King, as well as other local cases such as Anthony Baez, Abner Louima, and Amadou Diallo. He was an original member of the Coalition Against Police Brutality (CAPB), which draws together grassroots organizations from communities of color to develop effective responses to police abuse.In addition to his work as a lawyer, Kamau is a member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM), which is a human rights organization committed to fighting 'By Any Means Necessary.'


better quality files at:
http://www.archive.org/details/1stAnnualNycAnarchistBookfair2007


For info about the upcoming 2012 NYC Anarchist Bookfair see: www.anarchistbookfair.net

To contact the NYC Anarchist Book Fair organizing collective to volunteer, submit workshop and tabling applications, make a donation, or get more information, email us at info[at]anarchistbookfair[dot]net

More NYC Anarchist Book Fair archives can be found at www.anarchistbookfair.net/archives

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