lunes, 28 de marzo de 2011

PROGRAMA SEMANA DE AFRICA 2011


 SEMANA DE AFRICA -- AFRICAN WEEK
 2011- Movimiento Panafricanista Garveyista cimarron 






                                        PROGRAMA



13 MAYO PROGRAMA RADIAL ESPECIAL PRESENTACION DEL SIMPOSIO, RESOLUCION 595H, TUTELAGE Con Mbolo Etofili, Luenkan Ogasayefo, Beatriz Aiffil desde Venezuela y Oumar Haj desde Goré-Senegal (Radio Voz de Afrika 107.9 fm)



17 MAYO II SIMPOSIO INTERNACIONAL ESCLAVITUD  DE EXPERTOS, ABOLICIÓN DE LA ESCLAVITUD Y SU TRATA, COLONIALISMO, APARTHEID, NEGROFOBIA Y RACISMO 
09:00 a 18:00 Lugar: auditorio ONCE C/ Sebastian Herrera, 15 metro: Embajadores - Madrid inscripcion: (0034630477743)





21 MAYO SABADO XV Congreso  de Jovenes afroespañoles:   Negr@s y dominicanos  Consejo de la Juventud España c/Montera 24.- 6º metro Gran Via -Sol Madrid Asociacion juvenil FOJA (0034632412792)



25 MAYO MIERCOLES Presentación libros Usos y Costumbres del pueblo Bubi de Almudena Ricorico
Fundacion Sur CIDAF C/gaztambide metro arguelles 18:30 h (Federación hispano guineana- editorial panafrica- Periodico Wanafrica) tlf:0034665663736


29 MAYO DOMINGO  Marcha Orgullo Afro:
fiesta-musica-batucada- Kapoira-Reggee-Bachata, salsa-percusion-hip-hop-performan- buen rollo-afrooptimismo
por el Cumplimiento de la PNL, Basta de CIES, redada RACISTAS y TUTELAGE
Paz y reparación para Haiti, Sudan y Aliu Djob
abajo el neocolonialismo frances en Costa de Marfil, Gabon, Senegal, Congo y otras partes de Africa.
arriba el pueblo  tunecino y egipcio
salida: Atocha-SOL 12:00h Madrid (0034661489572) Rigoberto Cairo







1 comentario:

  1. Join Us at African Liberation Day 2011!


    All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) invites you to African Liberation Day 2011 Symposium and Webcast

    Help Build a Militant, Mass Movement to Expose and Smash the Imperialist Assault on Africa, the African Diaspora, Latin America and the Middle East!

    Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 1:30 to 7:00 PM EST

    Emergence Community Arts Collective

    733 Euclid Street NW - Washington, DC

    (1/2 block west of Howard University)


    Building is built on a hill. Front entrance has three flights of external stairs. Symposium is on 2nd Floor. Entrance recommended through the rear. One flight of stairs. Elevator available!

    Rear entrance is accessible (on foot) via Georgia Ave between Euclid Ave and Fairmont Street; Sherman Ave at Euclid Ave; or Sherman Ave at Fairmont Street. See map above. Signs will be posted!

    PROGRAM INCLUDES:

    ALD 2011 Symposium and Webcast

    Panelists to be announced - Space is limited – Invitation only – Registration required - Admission free - Donation requested

    Panel #1 - 1:30 to 3:00 PM EST

    Cointelpro to the Patriot Act: Repression in the 21st Century

    Panel #2 - 1:30 to 3:00 PM EST

    Ideological, Cultural and Sports Imperialism

    Panel #3 - 3:15 to 4:45 PM EST

    Travel Restrictions and Bans; Economic Sanctions, Blockades and War

    Panel #4 - 3:15 to 4:45 PM EST

    “Democracy Promotion,” Military Invasions, “Facebook Revolutions,” and “Regime Change”

    ALD 2011 Diplomatic Reception and Webcast

    5:00 to 7:00 PM EST
    Speakers and Cultural Artists to be announced - Space is Limited - Invitation Only - Registration required - Admission free

    Invited Embassies include: African Union; Angola; Antigua and Barbuda; Bolivia; China; Congo (Democratic Republic); Cuba; Dominica; El Salvador; Eritrea; Korea (Democratic People’s Republic); Libya; Mozambique; Namibia; Nicaragua; Nigeria; Palestine; Russia; Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic; Senegal; South Africa; Sudan; Syria; St Vincent & the Grenadines; Tanzania; Trinidad and Tobago; Venezuela; Viet Nam; Zimbabwe

    Invited Organizations include: Afro-Venezuela Network; Alliance for Global Justice; American Indian Movement; Azanian Peoples Organization; Black Agenda; Black August; Black Commentator; Cease Fire!; Black Radical Congress; Cimarron’s; CISPES; December 12th Movement; Emancipation Support Committee; Fellowship of Reconciliation; Fondasyon Mapou; Free the Cuba Five; Friends of the Congo; Global African Congress; Haiti Lawyers Network; Harlem Tenants Union; Hot Salsa; International Committee of Family and Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal; International Indian Treaty Council; Jericho Free Political Prisoner Movement; Kwame Ture Society; N’Cobra; Nation of Islam; National Front of Popular Resistance of Honduras.; National Network on Cuba; New Black Panther Party; National Joint Action Committee; Nicaragua Network; Nyumburu Cultural Center; Oilfield Trade Workers Union; Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania; Pan-African Diaspora Union; Republic of New Africa; Somaliland; TransAfrica; Universal Negro Improvement Association; United States Human Rights Network; Others

    Messages Requested - Approved Messages will be posted on our Portal - Email: ald@a-aprp-gc.org

    Contact: info@a-aprp-gc.org - http://a-aprp-gc.org - (202) 719-0529

    See you at African Liberation Day 2012 in Washington, DC

    ResponderEliminar