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Attica Is All Of Us – 40 Years Later


Members of the CJ Caucus will be attending a great event on Friday, Sept. 9 at Riverside Church and we encourage others to attend.  Attica is All of Us will feature an evening of music, performances and conversation to mark the 40th anniversary of the Attica Rebellion and Massacre and address current prison struggles. It is FREE and open to the public.

Those attending include

Attica Brothers, represented by:

Joseph Harris
Calvin “Hutch” Hutchinson
William Anthony Maynard
Melvin Muhammad
Che Nieves
Carlos Roche
Al Hajji Sharif

asha bandele, Writer, Poet, Activist; Drug Policy Alliance,

Amiri Baraka, Poet, Playwright, Activist

Dhoruba Al-Mujahid Bin-Wahad, Consultant, Institute For Development of Pan-African Policy, Ghana, W. Africa

Soffiyah Elijah, Executive Director, Correctional Association

Elizabeth Fink, Attica Brothers Legal Defense

Amy Goodman, Journalist, Author; Host and Executive Director, Democracy Now!

Joseph “Jazz” Hayden
, Campaign to End the New Jim Crow

Jamal Joseph, Former Black Panther; Chair, Columbia University’s School of the Arts Film division.

Cornel West, Professor, Princeton; Public Intellectual & Activist

Attica is All of Us
Friday, September 9 2011
7-10pm (doors open at 6:30 PM)

490 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10027
(Enter at 91 Claremont Avenue)

Presented by Attica is All of Us and The Riverside Church Prison Ministry

In collaboration with the Campaign to End the New Jim Crow, The Culture Project, The Nation, Drug Policy Alliance, & The Brecht Forum.

Check out Attica Is All Of Us for more information!


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