Temple Students for Justice in Palestine and the Saturday Free School are collaborating to forge a new path for world peace and freedom.
There will be readings of the work of Huey P. Newton, the co-founder of the Black Panther Party, and Ahmad Sa'adat, the general secretary of the Popupar Front for the Liberation of Palestine followed by a discussion on Black and Palestinian revolutionary thought. In addition to presentations by members of both organizations, we will be focusing on how to best continue the struggle for the liberation of humanity.
Join us for an afternoon of producing knowledge for liberation and the celebration of intercivilizational unity anchored in the Palestinian and Black Radical Traditions!
Location: The Church of the Advocate, Parish Hall