University of South Florida library’s tribute to Omali Yeshitela postponed to accomodate larger crowd

An event sponsored by the University of South Florida Poynter Library in tribute to Omali Yeshitela that was scheduled for September 16, 2009 has been postponed to accomodate a larger crowd.

The event will celebrate the library’s new special collection of written works by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, the largest collection of its kind in the world.

The Uhuru Movement is now working with the library to reschedule the event for early December. It will be hosted at a larger site on the USF campus as the crowd anticipated is larger than what the previous venue could hold. Once a new date is confirmed it will be posted here on the Uhuru News Calendar.

This upcoming event will be an important and exciting tribute to the life and work of Chairman Yeshitela and you won’t want to miss it!

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