Friday, June 18, 2010

New film Cointelpro 101 at the US Social Forum in Detroit

The Freedom Archives will premiere our new film Cointelpro 101 at the US Social Forum in Detroit

Film Festival on Wednesday, June 23rd – 8:30 pm at the AFSCME Building

And at the workshop COINTELPRO-Then and Now on Thursday, June 24th 1-5:30 pm in COBO HALL D0-01A

With Ashanti Alston – former Panther & BLA political prisoner
Ward Churchill - Native activist and COINTELPRO expert
Ricardo Jimenez – independentista & former Puerto Rican political prisoner
Mabel Williams – forced into exile with Robert F Williams by the FBI for organizing Black community self-defense
Premiere showing of COINTELPRO 101­by the Freedom Archives

Luce Guillen Givins – RNC 8 conspiracy defendant
Monami Maulik ­ DRUM­Desis Rising Up & Moving­on repression of MASA (Muslim, Arab, South Asian) communities post 9/11
Natsu Saito ­ attorney and expert on human rights & race
Ron Scott ­ Detroit Coalition Against Police Brutality on the recent FBI murder of Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah & Detroit police murder of Aiyana Jones.

Co-sponsored and co-facilitated by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, the US Human Rights Network, and the Freedom Archives

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