US Out of Haiti! Clinton Out of Harlem!

Rally November 20 at 12 noon in Harlem, New York.

On November 20 we will expose former US president Bill Clinton’s role in the gentrification of Harlem and also his part in the destabilization of Haiti.
Cliniton is no friend of the African community!
Join the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations in Harlem on November 20 under the slogan: “US Out of Haiti! Clinton Out of Harlem!”
  1. “Rally Against Clinton” at 55 West 125th Street between 12 noon and 1:30pm.
    Keynote address: Chairman of the Black is Back Coalition, Omali Yeshitela

  2. Speak-Out under the theme “Let’s Not Forget Haiti” that will include a teach-in at St. Mary’s Church located at 516 West 126th Street (between Amsterdam Avenue and Old Broadway). The teach-in will run from 2pm – 5pm. Chairman of the Black is Back Coalition Omali Yeshitela will give an introduction to: “Why the Movement Must Not Forget Haiti: Supporting Comrades in Haiti & Progressive Haitian Forces in the US.”
  3. Showing of a film on Haiti, from 7pm – 9pm and a panel discussion entitled: “The Voices of Haitians on the Future of Haiti” at the Maysles Institute located at 128th and Lenox Avenue. Reception to follow.
More info:, 202-681-7040
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