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Political Prisoner Sekou Odinga honored at Harlem's National Black Theatre event, Saturday October 19

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Political Prisoner Sekou Odinga honored at Harlem's National Black Theatre event, Saturday October 19

Time: October 19, 2013 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: National Black Theatre
Street: 2031 5th Avenue @ West 125th Street
City/Town: Harlem, NYC
Website or Map: http://www.SekouOdinga.com
Phone: 718-512-5008
Event Type: concert
Organized By: The Sekou Odinga Defense Committee
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2013

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Saturday, October 19th2013, music, spoken word, hip-hop and poetry “Freedom Ain’t Free” cd compilation Release Party & Live Performance event at the National Black Theatre – 2031 5th Avenue @ West 125th Street in Harlem - 5pm-9pm to honor PPOW Sekou Odinga, the Black Freedom Struggle and Black/New Afrikan freedom fighters with Amina Baraka, George Edward Tait, DK Dyson, Ngoma, Divine RBG, Infinite Wiz & Revolutionary Love, Maroon Society, from Dallas, TX, the Riders Against the Storm (RAS), spiritchild, Intikana, Verbal Artisan, Prince Akeem & open mic. All proceeds go towards the Sekou Odinga Defense Committee legal defense fund.  For tickets or more information, please call 718-512-5008 or email info@SekouOdinga.com.


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& all Political Prisoners/Prisoners of War
The Sekou Odinga Defense Committee
PO Box 380-122
Brooklyn, New York 11238
718-512-5008
'LikeSekou Odinga on Facebook or visit
www.SekouOdinga.com

I am a Political Prisoner of War!  What war? The war of national Liberation that has been going since Afrikans were first kidnapped and brought to the Americas and enslaved. Some of us have never agreed to be American and have struggled to free and build the Republic of New Afrika. Under international law, oppressed people have that right, the right to be free of the oppression and to build a nation that will protect their right to be free and independent. That’s what we were doing...That’s why I’m now a Political Prisoner of War.” Sekou Odinga

write to Sekou Odinga, #09A3775, Clinton CF, PO Box 2001, Dannemora, NY  12929

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