Tuesday, February 15, 2005

HARLEM FOREM [housing]


In memory of Ossie Davis, James Forman and all those who dared to struggle.

"Which Way Forward for the Progressive Movement in NYC Electoral Politics?"

Thursday, February 17, 2005
6:30 PM

Harlem State Office Building

Room 8A & B (8th Floor)

163 West 125th Street @ Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.

Guest Panelists include:

New York City Councilman Charles Barron

Brenda Stokely, New York Labor Party & Million Workers March

Lumumba Bandele, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement

Special Invited Guest:
Attorney Lynn Stewart

With political repression mounting daily how do we define progressive politics? Can the progressive movement work within existing political parties? If not what are the alternatives? Join us for a provocative evening of political analysis and discussion on which way forward for the progressive movement in New York City electoral politics.

Photo ID is required to enter the Harlem State Office Building.

Sponsored by the Harlem Tenants Council. For additional information contact the Harlem Tenants Council, Inc. at 207 West 133rd Street, Suite 118, New York, NY 10030. Tel.: 212-234-5005 or
harlemtenants 'at' aol.com

Housing is a basic right for everyone.

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