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Sunday
Nov 5
The Murder of Fred Hampton film screening
Leaven Community

Join Portland Comittee for Human Rights in the Philippines (PCHRP), Portland Assembly, and the All African People's Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) Oregon for a community screening of "The Murder of Fred Hampton".

This screening will be followed by a speaker panel. Speakers will include Nikki De Leon of PCHRP, a member of the AAPRP Oregon, and local Black Panther Party elder, Kent Ford.

"Fred Hampton was the leader of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party. This film depicts his brutal murder by the Chicago police and its subsequent investigation, but also documents his activities in organizing the Chapter, his public speeches, and the programs he founded for children during the last eighteen months of his life" (-IMDb.com)

Themes discussed after the film will include imperialism, counterinsurgency tactics, education, and coalition building.

Please email stephanieroselaine@gmail.com with questions regarding accessibility of this event or other general questions. More details to come.

Let's watch, listen, and build together!

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Wednesday
Apr 19
Pan-African Film Series - Kwame Ture: Converting the Unconscious
PSU Smith Center

Join All African People's Revolutionary Party - Oregon for a screening of a talk by pan-African revolutionary Kwame Ture (formerly Stokely Carmichael) where he discusses how to convert the masses of unconscious, disorganized people to a mass of organized, conscious people.

We'll view the film and gather after it's over for a facilitated group discussion. Admission to this screening is free and snacks will be provided. Children are welcome!

See you Wednesday, April 19th at 6:00 PM in Smith Memorial Student Union, Room 26 (in the basement).

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Sunday
Apr 23
We Saved Ourselves: Africans, the Labor Movement, and Abolition
In Other Words Feminist Community Center

From mutinies on slave ships to uprisings across the colonies to armed struggle against colonizers on the African continent, Africans have resisted capitalism and imperialism from the very first moment Europeans set foot on the shores of Africa.

Come smash the myth of the white savior delivering us from chattel slavery and learn about the hidden history of the African led abolitionist movement and our continuous resistance to capitalist exploitation.

We saved ourselves. Reclaim this history and use it to struggle forward.

This workshop is part of the #MayDayPDX political education campaign.

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Saturday
May 6
School of African Roots Community Open House
The School of African Roots

Come learn how the School of African Roots is grounded in educating youth on the rich histories of resilience and resistance that have sustained African people through 500 years of struggle. We'll be discussing how SOAR is following in the tradition of freedom schools, what a day at the School of African Roots looks like, and how youth and families can get more involved. Food will be provided.

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Wednesday
May 17
Pan-African Film Series - Africa's Black Star: Kwame Nkrumah
PSU Smith Center

Africa's Black Star documents the life, the struggles and political influence of one of the ideological teachers of the All-African People's Revolutionary Party, Kwame Nkrumah. To this day, he is regarded as one of the highest inspirations in the fight against European imperialism and (neo) colonialism.

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Wednesday
Jul 19
CANCELLED: Pan-African Film Series - No Revolution Without Organization
PSU Smith Center

CANCELLED - EVENT HAS BEEN DELETED FROM FB

No Revolution Without Organization is another speech by another one of our ideological teachers, Kwame Ture, speaking to the importance of an organized united front, as well as cultural and political education in the struggle for African liberation all over the world.


All African People's Revolutionary Party - Oregon - Africans organizing against capitalism and imperialism. Pan-African revolutionary socialist party.

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Saturday
Jul 22
US Wars of Aggression - a report back from John Parker's visit to Syria
In Other Words Feminist Community Center

A discussion about US Imperialist invasion, and John Parker's eyewitness account on the ground in Syria. John Parker is a member of the 2013 International Action Center eyewitness Syria delegation and the solidarity trip to Palestine. John works in Los Angeles to help build a unified movement for worker and immigrant rights avid to fight against police report, US war, racism, and homophobia.

Sponsored by:

  • Workers World Party PDX
  • GABRIELA Portland
  • PortlandCHRP - Portland Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines
  • Anakbayan Portland
  • Hands Off Syria PDX
  • Hands off Syria Coalition
  • All African People's Revolutionary Party - Oregon
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