Saturday, May 23rd, 7pm
African Liberation Reception
*Greet *Meet & more...
TENT CITY130 Darthmouth St, Boston(Orange Line to Backbay)

Sunday, May 24th, 11am-5pm
African Liberation Festival
*Music *Arts * Crafts *Food & more ...
BOSTON COMMON(Beacon & Charles St, Boston)

Monday, May 25th, 8am
African Liberation Breakfast
*Keynote address *Q&A *Networking & more ...
175 Ruggles St, Roxbury


Forum on: BOYCOTT, DIVESTMENT AND SANCTIONS to end the Israeli Occupation of Palestine

Speaker: Nancy MurrayRespondent: Martin Federman

THURSDAY, MAY 21, 7 PMFriends Meeting House, 5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge

In 2005, over 100 Palestinian civil society groups called for “international civil society organizations and people of conscience all over the world to impose broad boycotts and implement divestment initiatives against Israel similar to those applied to South Africa in the apartheid era” In response to this call, many groups around the country are engaged in boycotts, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) efforts, which are having an impact. Come to a forum to learn more about BDS and the “Hang Up on Motorola” campaign and to discuss whether this campaign might be an effective tool to help bring peace to the Middle East.


Demonstrate against AIPAC!

Sunday, May 17, 4:30 p.m.
outside Westin Copley Place Hotelcorner of Huntington Ave. and Dartmouth St.BostonPlease stand with us to protest AIPAC at its 10th Annual New England Leadership Dinner outside the Westin Copley Place Hotel.For more information, contact Martin at 617-480-1961.


Second Annual Memorial Day for Peace; Protest AIPAC

Monday, May 25, 2009, 12 noonChristopher Columbus Park, near Long Wharf,Atlantic Ave. BostonDirections from Aquarium T stop:Follow the signs in the station for Waterfront and Aquarium. As you exit the T station, turn right on Atlantic Ave. and turn right again after passing the Long Wharf Marriott. Enter the park, pass Tia’s restaurant, and the gathering will be at the harbor near Long Wharf.


Saturday, May 9th 2009 - CONSCIOUS CAFE

Saturday, May 9th 2009

OrigiNation, Inc. presents
Spoken Word That Feeds The Soul!

@ OrigiNation Cultural Arts Center
11 Walnut Park, Roxbury / Egleston Sq.
(next to LaundroMax - building behind Citgo gas station)

6;30pm - 8:00pm / $10.00 tickets

(world renown Spoken Word artist / motivational speaker)

Also appearances by NIA DANCE TROUPE

And special guest poets LISA LEE, DEEMA FAISAL and VCR

Proceeds to benefit the 2009 Youth Empowerment Through The Arts Tour to Dakar, Senegal

All Power to the People