A group of veteran activists and young turks alike, inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Prison Protest: Occupy 4 Prisoners

 Photos from the Prison Protest from Marina Ortiz.

1 Abolish unjust sentences, such as the death penalty, life without the possibility of Parole, three strikes, juvenile life without parole and the practice of trying children as adults.

2. Standing in solidarity with movements initiated by prisoners and to act to support the demands of prisoner, including Georgia prison strike and the hunger strike of prisoners at Pelican Bay of California.
3 Release the political prisoners, such as Oscal Lopes Rivera, Norberto González Claudio and Mumia Abu-Jamal.

4 Demanding an end to the repression of activists, specifically attacks against African-Americans and latinos and those with histories of incarceration, such as Khali in Oakland take who now could face a life sentence for false charges and many other being falsely accused then only exercise their first amendment rights.

Friday, February 17, 2012


Friday, February 17, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7 PM.
Mt Calvary United Methodist Church
116 Edgecome Avenue @140th Street

Occupy Harlem, one of the few if not only, Black led occupy movement
in New York City recently finalized arrangements for a permanent
meeting space for Occupy Harlem GA at Mt. Calvary United Methodist
Church in Central Harlem.

We want to share our good news with youand we apologize for the last
minute notice but drop in to see us this evening, Friday, February 17,
2012 from 5:30 PM to 7 PM.

This is not a regular scheduled meeting  but this evening we hope to
solicit from you and others ideas for programs, directions actions,
goals, and strategies.

Direction: Take the C or B train to 135th Street/St. Nicholas Avenue.
Edgecome runs parallel to St. Nicholas at 135th Street (veer right at
Bread and Roses High School). Take 2 or 3 train to 135th Street

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2012 6 to 9 PM
*Guest Speakers include Glen Ford, Executive Editor, Black Agenda Report
" Gentrification and Redistricting in Harlem"
"Building the Stop Stop and Frisk Movement Locally/Nationally"

*The chickens have finally come home to roost in Harlem. After decades
of selling out Harlem to New York City's poweful real estate industry
local Black politicans have succeeded in destroying their own
political base. None more than Harlem's famous Black congressional
disrict that sweep Adam Clayton Powell Jr. into national prominence.
In all probability the historic Black seat hasl cease to hold its
Black majority  political base because of  population loss.Don't miss
this powerful analysis that has national implications. Direct Action
proposal for this coming Spring: Anti-gentrification protest rally
across 125th and Occupy New York State Division of Housing and Home
Renewal: a state regulatory agency in the pocket of the real estate

The Stop Stop and Frisk campaign is building in momentum, particularly
among Black students. Carl Dix will join us to discuss upping the ante
in militancy and strategic objectives.

Nellie Bailey,