NYC, June 14: Reportback from Mumia delegation in France

Report back from U.S. solidarity delegation to
10th anniversary celebration of Rue Mumia-Abu Jamal
in Saint-Denis France, April 30, 2016.
Powerful example of international solidarity.

Also … report on delegation’s participation
in French workers´ militant resistance to government
´s vicious attacks on long-standing union and workers’ rights in France.     
Delegation:  Estela Vazquez, Vice President of Local 1199/SEIU;
Keith Cook, Mumia’s brother; Johnnie Stevens, videographer, longtime labor reporter, International Action Center; Betsey Piette, International Action CenterRev. Renee McKenzie, Minister, Church of the Advocate, Phila.; Marylin Zuniga, teacher fired for allowing her students to send Mumia get well cards; Nyle Forte, worked with Black Lives Matter in Ferguson, recently returned from Palestine;Alma Pendleton, Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC), Freedom PartySuzanne Ross, Coordinator of delegation, representing International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal.

  S P E A K E R S :  
Estela Vazquez ♦ Marilyn Zuniga,
Nyle Fort Johnnie Stevens
Betsey PietteRev. McKenzie,
Pam Africa

MC′s:  Suzanne Ross  Alma Pendleton

TUES, JUNE 14  ♦   6:30 pm – 10 pm

Videos, slide show, photos and banners
will be part of the evening’s presentation.

Light supper will be available at minimal cost

For more information, leave a message at
Mumia Coalition Hotline
212.330.8029Your call will be returned!

Solidarity picket with French strikers:
students, union members, and undocumented workers at French Consulate

French Consulate
934 Fifth Ave, NYC
4 – 6 pm