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White LGBTQIA+ Solidarity With Black Power!

Jun 17, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


No Pride in Genocide: White LGBTQIA+ Solidarity with Black Power

Building the movement of white LGBTQIA+ people who stand in solidarity with the black community’s struggle for justice and power. Unity through reparations!

This is an Uhuru Solidarity Movement speaking event for white LGBTQIA+ identified folks to learn about solidarity as defined by the African People’s Socialist Party. Learn the colonialist LGBTQIA+ past and present – and how white people can unite with a liberated future of Black Power where no one is oppressed!

Featured speakers:

Israel Fin – African Peoples Socialist Party

Mads Ambrose – Uhuru Solidarity Movement

Monday, June 17th, 6-8pm
FOGHi (Friends Of Georgetown History)  6206 Carleton Ave S, Seattle WA 98108

please register:  seattlenoprideingenocide.eventbrite.com

#noprideingenocide  #whitesolidaritywithblackpower #unitythroughreparations #blackpowermatters

USM is an organization of mostly white people created by the African People’s Socialist party as a strategy to bring the black working class’s fight for liberation into the white community and win reparations to African people!  Learn more at uhurusolidarity.org


Jun 17, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Friends Of Georgetown History
6206 Carleton Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108 United States
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