|TOWN HALL MEETING/PANEL DISCUSSION|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 03 May 2012 08:12|
Special to the Times
The killing of Trayvon Martin – an unarmed Black youth, by George Zimmerman – a Neighborhood Block Watch Captain, has raised many
questions throughout Black America. Of the many questions raised one in particular, is Trayvon Martin, This Generation’s Emmitt Till?
On Saturday, May 5th, a town hall meeting/panel discussion will allow the community to address the Trayvon Martin case from a modern and historical perspective. Topics of discussion are: Is Trayvon Martin this Generation’s Emitt Till?; Racism, Institutional and Individual, How do you distinguish one from the other?; The need for Black resistance and revolution to confront the muderous terroristic acts committed daily against African people in America in general and African American Males in particular.
Panelist include Azikwe Abdullah, LaQuita Middleton and Brother Tracey Amir Muhammad. The moderator will be Brother Faheem.
The town hall meeting will begin with a spoken word performance by Glenwoodz and John Paul Taylor dedicated to Trayvon Martin and Emitt Till.
Come out and seize the moment brothers and sisters and become a part of rebuilding the unfinished business of Black liberation and revolution. Come to educate and be educated in preparation for the new day, The New Day For Afrikans in Amerika.
The town hall meeting will be held at the Homcoming Coffee Shop, 312 16th Street North – Civil Rights District Birmingham, AL 35202. The meeting will start at 6p.m. and end at 9p.m.
For more information call 205.219.3347