Raza prisoners and U.S. colonialism

On June 19, 2010, a timely and necessary gathering of Raza activists will take place: Conference On Raza Prisoners and Colonialism.  The conference aims to expose the role that police, courts and prisons play and have played in the continuing subjugation and terrorization of the Mexican community and other oppressed nations and peoples.  

We must face the fact that the fascism and racial cleansing the Mexican community confronts in Arizona is also happening throughout occupied america. Activists must unite to expose the U.S. capitalist-colonialist system as the real source behind the suffering and brutality we witness daily.  

The time to fight back is now. Join us on June 19, 2010, in San Diego, Califaztlán. Contact the Chicano Mexicano Prison Project at: http://uniondelbarrio.org/laverdad/chicano-mexicano-prison-project/  


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