BLACK LIBERATION CONTINGENT
to March in Puerto Rican Day Parade
in Support of Oscar López Rivera
& to Free All of Our U.S. Held Political Prisoners & POW's!

From dequi kioni-sadiki: mxcc519@verizon.net>

greetings all,

The annual Puerto Rican Day Parade will take place on Sunday, June 11th along 5th avenue in midtown Manhattan...

MXCC, along with the Northeast Political Prisoner Coalition, is organizing a Black Freedom Struggle and POW contingent...

This year's Grand Marshall will be Oscar López Rivera, our recently released Puerto Rican Freedom Fighter...there has been lots of controversy and some organizations and sponsors pulling out as a result....

we would like to have a great showing of those who still believe in freedom and support the release of our PPOWs...

the ask is that if you are interested/available in marching with our contingent that you please let us know asap ... participants are required to wear wristbands - children included - so we need to have a person count in order to have the correct number of wristbands ... also, we will have a limited number of "FREE all u.s. held Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War" tee-shirts available for a $6 donation ... once those run out, we are asking that folks who have any "Freedom Ain't Free", "Be Sekou" "Jericho" or any other tee shirts that display a message about our PPOWs that you please wear that in solidarity...

for those interested in walking the Parade, we will send further details about the where/when, etc...

as always, we thank you for your support of our captured Freedom Fighters...should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to let me know...hope to see yall at the Parade...Peace w/much Appreciation...dequi

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FREE THE LAND!
Let's "Dream, Rise Organize" to FREE all Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War
The Malcolm X Commemoration Committee, dequi kioni-sadiki, chair, P.O. Box 380-122, Brooklyn, New York 11238, 718-512-5008
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We have a common oppressor, a common exploiter, and a common discriminator....
once we all realize that we have a common enemy, then we unite
on the basis of what we have in common."
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