Live artists! The Art of Evolution Through Revolution: Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired

St. Louis, MO—On Saturday, December 20, at 3pm Eastern/2pm Central, the Internatioal People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement will host “The Art of Evolution Through Revolution: Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired” event to invigorate and fund the January 3 and 4 Black Grand Jury in Ferguson, Missouri.
There will be live music, poetry and entertainment. A silent auction will also take place.
Hosted by Debra FoFeet Warren and Sarah B. Tonin, a family conversation about the surge in law enforcement related violence, political education, how to exercise discipline and control over our own lives, getting involved in the struggle, organizing and fundraising.
This will happen over the backdrop of revolutionary artistic expression.
The soundtrack will be by the one and only James Biko, aka Nappy DJ Needles.
This is a free event but we will be in the building to raise funds for future projects and to boost our membership.
We need your enthusiasm and passion to make this movement move! This is set to be a momentous occasion full of opportunity to make revolutionary change in our collective lives.
Sick and tired of being sick and tired? COME ON OUT AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Donate to or join the membership of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement by visiting
The video recording will be available after the event. Please check this page again soon!


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