THE HARLEM PEOPLES SURVIVAL PROGRAM (PSP)

WOMYNS HERITAGE MONTH 2013 FILM & DISCUSSION SERIES CONCLUDES ON MONDAY, MARCH 25TH WITH A FREE SCREENING OF GLORIA ROLONDO’S:

EYES OF THE RAINBOW: THE STORY OF ASSATA SHAKUR

“Eyes of the Rainbow” deals with the life of Assata Shakur, the Black Panther and Black Liberation Army leader who escaped from prison and was given political asylum in Cuba, where she has lived for close to 15 years. In it we visit with Assata in Havana and she tells us about her history and her life in Cuba. This film is also about Assata’s Afro-Cuban context, including the Yoruba Orisha Oya, goddess of the ancestors, of war, of the cemetery and of the rainbow. Gloria Rolando on “Eyes of the Rainbow”: “In the struggle of the African American people, many women’s voices in the past and the present have always called for social justice, women who throughout the years have shown integrity and firmness in their principles. For this reason, “The Eyes of the Rainbow” is dedicated to all women who struggle for a better world. One of those voices that already forms a part of the history of the African American people is that of Assata Shakur. In the documentary “The Eyes of the Rainbow,” she recounts aspects of her path as relentless warrior. We are able to create a meeting with Assata Shakur through the symbols of AfroCuban culture, which offer us beautiful songs evoking the ancestors. Representations of the Yoruba warrior orishas such as Oya and Ochosi support the discourse of this story, which also has its moments of poetry and tenderness as in the dance of Oshun, through which is illustrated Assata’s decision to become mother while still in prison. The blues interpreted by Junius Williams and his “Magic Harp,” the songs of Sweet Honey in the Rocks, and the Cuban group “Vocal Baobab” give a special stamp to this valiant testimony which defines the spirit of struggle in the African American woman.”

SEATS ARE LIMITED – DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM – FILM SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A DISCUSSION & FEEDBACK SESSION. PLEASE BE ON TIME WITH YOUR PHOTO I.D. AND A SMALL DONATION IS REQUESTED FOR FOOD & BEVERAGES. CLASSES ARE HELD AT THE ASSATA SHAKUR-GUILLERMO MORALES COMMUNITY & STUDENT CENTER @ CITY COLLEGE HARLEM CAMPUS ROOM 3-201 (NAC) BUILDING PHONE: (212) 650-5008 (USE THE AMSTERDAM AVENUE ENTRANCE @ W. 140TH STREET) WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE & DVD COPIES FROM THE PAST FILM SERIES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AS WELL! BRO. SHAKA SHAKUR, P.E. & CULTURE CLASS FACILITATOR THE PEOPLES SURVIVAL PROGRAM (PSP)

WOMYNS HERITAGE MONTH 2013 FILM & DISCUSSION SERIES CONTINUES ON MARCH 18TH

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WOMYNS HERITAGE MONTH 2013 FILM & DISCUSSION SERIES CONTINUES ON MARCH 18TH

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In this historic “live” film interview with Mabel Williams and Kathleen Cleaver; Both women were welcomed and introduced by Black Revolutionary leader and former Political Prisoner Sis. Angela Davis.

These inspiring women of the 60s & 70s Black liberation struggle met to share their personal experiences – resisting the KKK & police repression, forced into exile by government repression, and their international experiences in “Third World” nations.

Sis. Mabel Williams
, with her late Black Revolutionary husband Robert F. Williams, met with Malcolm X, Ho Chi Minh, Che Guevara and Mao Tse Tung to help internationalize support for the Black Liberation Movement.

Sis. Kathleen Cleaver
was first a SNCC organizer; and then became the Black Panther Party’s Communications Secretary and a leader for both it’s African Based International Section & it’s National Central Committee.
 

SEATS ARE LIMITED – DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM – FILM SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BYA DISCUSSION & FEEDBACK SESSION. PLEASE BE ON TIME WITH YOUR PHOTO I.D. AND A SMALL DONATION IS REQUESTED FOR FOOD & BEVERAGES.

CLASSES ARE HELD AT THE ASSATA SHAKUR-GUILLERMO MORALES COMMUNITY & STUDENT CENTER @  CITY COLLEGE HARLEM CAMPUS 
ROOM 3-201 (NAC) BUILDING 
 
PHONE: (212) 650-5008
(USE THE AMSTERDAM AVENUE ENTRANCE @ W. 140TH STREET)
 
WE
HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE & DVD COPIES FROM THE PAST FILM SERIES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AS WELL!


BRO. SHAKA SHAKUR, P.E. & CULTURE CLASS FACILITATOR
THE PEOPLES SURVIVAL PROGRAM (PSP)

WOMYNS HERITAGE MONTH 2013 FILM SERIES IN HARLEM BEGINS TONIGHT @ 7PM!

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WOMYNS HERITAGE MONTH 2013 FILM & DISCUSSION SERIESBEGINS TONIGHT @ 7PM!

“Standing on My Sisters’ Shoulders”

Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders

One of the best films on the Civil Rights Movement, this award-winning documentary reveals the movement in Mississippi in the 1950s and 60s from the point of view of the courageous women who lived it — and emerged as its grassroots leaders.
Standing on My Sisters’ Shoulders is full of riveting historical footage and original interviews with Fannie Lou Hamer, Annie Devine, Unita Blackwell, Mae Bertha Carter, Victoria Gray Adams and more. Voter registration, the fight for equal education, desegregation, and of course the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party’s challenge at the Democratic Convention are featured.
“If you can show just one film on the Civil Rights Movement, this should be the one. An exquisite tool for high school and college teachers of history, women’s studies, African American studies, and related subjects. Ella Baker, Fannie Lou Hamer, Unita Blackwell, and countless others at last get the recognition they deserve.” — Pricilla Murolo, Professor of History and Director of the Women’s History program, Sarah Lawrence
Victoria Jackson Gray Adams

Victoria Jackson Gray Adams at the 1964 Democratic convention. By George Ballis/Take Stock.
“A powerful and moving film about ordinary women armed with sheer determination…” — Jennifer Moffet, Jackson Free Press

SEATS ARE LIMITED – DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM – FILM SCREENING WILL BE FOLLOWED BYA DISCUSSION & FEEDBACK SESSION. PLEASE BE ON TIME WITH YOUR PHOTO I.D. AND A SMALL DONATION IS REQUESTED FOR FOOD & BEVERAGES.

CLASSES ARE HELD AT THE ASSATA SHAKUR-GUILLERMO MORALES COMMUNITY & STUDENT CENTER @  CITY COLLEGE HARLEM CAMPUS 
ROOM 3-201 (NAC) BUILDING 
 
PHONE: (212) 650-5008
(USE THE AMSTERDAM AVENUE ENTRANCE @ W. 140TH STREET)
 
WE
HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE & DVD COPIES FROM THE PAST FILM SERIES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AS WELL!


BRO. SHAKA SHAKUR, P.E. & CULTURE CLASS FACILITATOR
THE PEOPLES SURVIVAL PROGRAM (PSP)

The Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Center Presents Its Monthly George L. Jackson/Mumia Abu Jamal:
Political Prisoner Film/Update/Birthday Card Signing & Letter Writing Dinner In Harlem

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

7:00pm – 9:00pm SHARP!

(Doors Open & PP/POW Film Begins At 6:30pm)
Guillermo Morales- Assata Shakur Center @ CCNY

NAC – Building: Room 3-201
W.138th Street – Bet. Amsterdam & Convent Avenues
(Bring Photo ID & Use W.140th Street/Amsterdam Ave. Entrance)

Info. Contact- Bro. Shep: (212) 650-5008 or Panthershepcat@aol.com
Wednesday’s PP/POW Harlem Support Schedule

6:30pm:
– PP/POW Film Screening Begins and “Pot Luck” Dinner Is Served (Please Try To Bring “Something” To Share)
7:00pm-8:00pm:
– Film Discussion, The Signing Of March Birthday Cards To Political Prisoners/POW’s & Letters and/or Cards For The Womyn Political Prisoners
8:00pm-8:30pm:
– Planning For Next Saturday’s, March 30, 2013 “Womyn’s Heritage Month Tribute & Fundraiser For U.S. Held Political Prisoner/POW Sekou Odinga”

8:30pm-9:00pm:
– Campaign Report Updates, Upcoming Event Announcements & General Information On All US Government Held PP/POW’s
The U.S. Captured Political Prisoners/POW’S Whose Birthdays Are In March Are:
Laaman, Jaan Karl #10372-016
USP Tucson, P.O. Box 24550, Tucson, AZ 85734
Birthday: March 21, 1948

Lake, Richard Mafundi #079972
Donaldson CF, 100 Warrior Lane, Bessemer, AL 35023-7299
Birthday: March 1, 1940

Magee, Ruchell Cinque # A92051
Calif. State Prison D-5 #113
P.O. Box 4670, Los Angeles County, Lancaster, CA 93539
Birthday: March 17

Pinell, Hugo “Dahariki” # A88401
SHU D3-221, P.O. Box 7500, Crescent City, CA 95531-7500
Birthday: March 10, 1945

The U.S. Captured Political Prisoners Being Recognized For “Womyn’s Heritage Month” Are:
Africa, Debbie Sims #006307
451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238
Birthday: August 4, 1956

Africa, Janet Holloway #006308
451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238
Birthday: April 13, 1951

Africa, Janine Phillips #006309
451 Fullerton Ave, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403-1238
Birthday: April 25, 1956

Stewart, Lynne #53504-054
FMC Carswell, P.O. Box 27137, Fort Worth, TX 76127
Birthday: October 8

Powell, Reverend Joy #07G0632
Bedford Hills CF, P.O. Box 1000, Bedford Hills, NY 10507-2499

If you can not join us on Wednesday to sign the special group cards; You can still send your own personal cards or letters to these political prisoners. It’s an easy way to help remind these freedom fighters that they aren’t forgotten. If you make one, remember—don’t use anything like white-out, stickers, tape or glitter on it. We also recommend that you put their name, address, and prisoner I.D. number on the card, lest the authorities “lose” the envelope and/or “forget” where it is going.

SPONSORED BY THE PEOPLES SURVIVAL PROGRAM & THE SAFIYA BUKHARI – ALBERT NUH WASHINGTON FOUNDATION

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“SERVE THE PEOPLE DAY” The Peoples Survival Program RETURNS To Far Rockaway SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2ND (1:00PM – 5:00PM) The Edgemere Housing Projects **** (the exact street site – TBA)**** The Harlem, Brooklyn & Bronx “grassroots based” Peoples Survival Program (P.S.P.) will be returning to Far Rockaway, Queens on Sunday, December 2nd to hold a “Serve The People Day” directly inside of the hurricane relief neglected Edgemere Housing Projects. Finally! After over two weeks since the hurricane disaster the thousands of survivors in these NYCHA projects are only now just receiving electricity from temporary FEMA generators, however; Most are still WITHOUT heat and hot water. Please read the following areas of need and then help whenever & where ever you can; With a knowledge that the PSP has over (5) years of providing these relief & emergency preparedness services “Inside Of The Hood” In Unity & Struggle Bro. Shep, Outreach/Promotion Coordinator The Peoples Survival Program Phone: (212) 650-5008 Email: peoplessurvivalprogram@aol.com THE FAR ROCKAWAY SURVIVORS OF HURRICANE SANDY NEEDS & WISH LIST (Please No More Teen & Adult Clothes) – Blankets, Heating Pads & Sleeping Bags – Thermal Socks, Gloves, Scarfs & Gloves – Children’s Sweats & Snow Suits – Arts & Crafts, Children’s Games & Toys For Toddlers – Baby Food, Baby Blankets, Baby Wipes & Disposable Diapers – Feminine Hygiene Products – Toothpaste/Brushes, Mouthwash, Deodorant, Soap, Iodine, Peroxide & Alcohol – Can Openers, Bleach, Disinfectant Sprays, Hand Sanitizers, First Aid Kits – Safety Candles, Lighters, Flashlights & Batteries – Toilet Paper, Paper Towels, Zip Lock Plastic Bags & Garbage/Trash Bags – Can Openers, Canned Fish, Canned Fruit, Fruit Snack Packets & Health/Energy Bars – Water & “Capri Sun Type” Fruit Juice Packets FOOD/SUPPLY DONATIONS FOR THE CHILDREN’S BBQ COOKOUT IN THE EDGEMERE HOUSING PROJECTS – Beef/Turkey/Chicken Hotdogs & Hotdog Buns – Beef/Turkey/Veggie Burgers & Hamburger Buns – Cleaned & Pre-Seasoned Chicken Parts For The Grill – Sweet or Hot Beef Sausage Links – Cheese, Salads & Salad Dressing – Bread, Crackers, Relish, Mustard, Ketchup, Hot Sauce & BBQ Sauce – Beverages – Charcoal, Plastic Forks/Spoons, Napkins, Cups & Plates PSP Bronx & Harlem Donation Drop Off Location (please no more clothes) Harlem National Black Theater 2301 Fifth Avenue (bet. 125th & 126th Streets) THE PSP BRONX/HARLEM INFORMATION CONTACTS ARE: Bro. Shep- (212) 650-5008 or Panthershepcat@aol.com Bro. Shaka Shakur- (212) 650-5008 or Shakashakur777@aol.com THE PSP BROOKLYN INFORMATION CONTACT IS: Bro. Rekae Medina- (646) 326-8599 or rekae.medina@gmail.com Also Visit The FaceBook Community Page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Peoples-Survival-Program-Programs-for-Survival/163375800391363?fref=ts
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Anti Pig Terror & Community Control of the NYPD Workshops By
The People’s Survival Program (PSP)- as Presented by Bro.Shep PSP Outreach Communications Coordinator:

will be held tonight at The City College of New York
160 Convent Ave 3/201 @ The Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Student Activity Center from 7p-9p

See you there…..Peace

Please join the People’s Survival Program for our weekly community political education revolutionary black history cultural class as presented by Bro. Shaka Shakur

Monday 3/11/13 at the City College of New York
138th St and Convent Ave at the Assata Shakur/Guillermo Morales Student Activity Center Room 3/201
7p-9p

Anti Pig Terror & Community Control of the NYPD Workshops By
The People’s Survival Program (PSP)- as Presented by Bro.Shep PSP Outreach Communications Coordinator:

will be held tonight at The City College of New York
160 Convent Ave 3/201 @ The Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Student Activity Center from 7p-9p

See you there…..Peace