InPDUM International Convention set for September 20-21 in Newark

NEWARK, NJ–The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement’s (InPDUM) members and allies are coming together on Septem­ber 20-21, 2014 for our annual convention in the Brick City— Newark, N.J. The theme is “Block by Block, City by City, Let’s Get Organized to Liberate the African Community.”
Panel discussions include the following topics:
• Liberating Territories in the African Community: InPDUM Chicago will have a panel discus­sion to raise the issues of bar lists in public housing and discuss the plan to liberate the Marshall Field Projects in Chicago.
• Build Dual and Contend­ing Power to Liberate the Afri­can Community: This panel will discuss the dual and contending power programs that InPDUM Lo­cals have implemented.
• Liberating the African Community Through Electoral Politics: This panel will discuss how to get involved and organized around local politics and their role in the struggle for liberation.
• Liberating the African Woman: This panel will discuss how to liberate the African wom­an. Specific topics of discussion include ending African women’s role in aiding their own oppres­sion as well as being African In­ternationalists, not feminists.
Speakers will include African People’s Socialist Party Chair­man Omali Yeshitela and InP­DUM President Waleeah Brooks.
This will mark 23 years of In­PDUM fighting for African and oppressed working class people around the world.
InPDUM is an organization that has a place for everyone who unites with freedom for African people. It’s an organization that gives us the ability to organize our people through political struggle to overturn the conditions that we suffer on a daily basis.
If we organize our communi­ties and raise our revolutionary consciousness, we will win libera­tion for African people.
The International Convention of InPDUM is the highest expres­sion of InPDUM’s organizational and democratic process, through which an overall strategy to lib­erate the African nation from im­perialism will be deepened and implemented and its leadership elected.
We are calling on every activ­ist, organization and member of the African community with whom we have come into contact as an organization to come to the convention and participate in the building of one revolutionary or­ganization to liberate the African community!
The convention will be Sep­tember 20-21, 2014 at REFAL Headquarters, 269-271 South 9th Street in Newark, New Jersey.
Go to and register today!
Forward to Newark! Forward to the InPDUM Convention!
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