“Today was living proof that the housing justice movement is alive and well. It’s inspiring to see people from so many communities–Somali families trying to send money home, security guards on strike, college students, neighbors reclaiming their neighborhood from crime and blight, even Wells Fargo employees–all coming together to stand for a change to Wells Fargo’s practices,” said Anthony Newby, executive director of Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC). “Minnesota deserves better, and it’s time Wells Fargo stepped up to the challenge.”
Farmworkers and allies to march 200 miles, call on Publix to join fair food program!
International Working Women’s Day 2013
WOMEN RISING, FIGHTING BACK
Special report from India by LeiLani Dowell
Workers World Party International Women’s Day Forum
Saturday, March 9, 2013, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
5920 Second Avenue, Detroit 48201
Dinner served before program (donations welcome; no one turned away)
Hear, see & discuss:
*Report on All India Women’s Conference and the movement to stop rape & violence against women
*Special slideshow from India on women in history
*Harriet Tubman – 100 years after her death
*Struggle origins of International Women’s Day
*Warrior Woman award
Featured speaker LeiLani Dowell, a Workers World managing editor and LGBTQ activist in New York City, was an international delegate from Workers World Party to the 3rd All India Women’s Conference held Jan. 29-31 in Kerala, India. Hear and discuss how women there are fighting back against rape and other injustices, and what Marxism and getting rid of capitalism has to do with women’s struggles in India, the U.S., and everywhere.
Call 313-378-2369 for more information.
The role of Africans in the destruction of the slave system and the attempts to build democracy and self-determination in the United States
Note: The following lecture by Mr. Abayomi Azikiwe, was delivered at the African American History Month commemoration for Workers World Party in Detroit. The event was held on February 23, 2013. The meeting was chaired by Debbie Johnson, veteran organizer for Workers World Detroit branch.
Read full lecture here: http://tinyurl.com/b83w8bz