WBAI Justice & Unity Campaign - April 2017

1. Lynne Stewart Memorial - Sat., Apr. 22 - 2:30-7 PM
2. Black is Beautiful: A Tribute to Elombe Brath - open til Apr. 29
3. Louis Reyes Rivera's "Jazz in Jail" - Book Celebration/Reading - Sat., Apr. 29 - 2 PM

1) Lynne Stewart Memorial Event - Sat., Apr. 22
Join Lynne's family & Glen Ford, Chris Hedges, Hon. Charles Barron, Jeff Mackler, Pam Africa, Father Lawrence Lucas, Ralph Schoenman, Jess Sundin, Rev. Allison, Lamis Deek, Sara Flounders, Bob Lederer, Janine Otis Ensemble, Nat Turner - Poet, Atiba Wilson - Drummer, Dr. Patrice Turner - Musician, and others

At St. Peter's Church, 615 Lexington Av. & 54th Street in Manhattan 

2:30-7:00 pm to celebrate Lynne. Doors open at 2:00 pm. 

Trains: 6 to 51st St.; 4, 5, N, Q or R to 59th Street

Facebook Event Page (please share):

Lynne Stewart took Revolutionary positions to change the world and the lives of many people. Most of all, she fought to free political prisoners. We all mourn, of course, but we will obey the challenge she left us and Organize! Organize! Organize! 

Financial Appeal from Lynne’s Family & Friends
Please consider supporting Lynne’s family right now by clicking here to contribute to their online fundraising appeal. 

To mail a check made out to “Lynne Stewart Organization,” send to: 
Lynne Stewart Organization 
1070 Dean Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11216

For more information and tributes, go to http://lynnestewart.org/


2) The "Black is Beautiful: A Tribute to Elombe Brath" multi-media exhibit
Curated by Bob Gumbs and Cinque Brath.
Runs only until 4/29. Exhibit hours are Friday & Saturday from 2-5pm at the Bronx Music Heritage Center, 1303 Louis Nine Blvd. Trains: 2 or 5 to Freeman St.
More info: https://www.thisisbronxmusic.org/



3) Come Celebrate Louis Reyes Rivera's "Jazz in Jail"  

The Langston Hughes Community Library Center & Poets Network & Exchange & Blind Beggar Press Inc.
Are proud to sponsor
A Book Celebration & Reading for Louis Reyes Rivera's visionary work “Jazz in Jail”
Saturday 2 pm, April 29, 2017
Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center
100-01 Northern Blvd
Corona, N.Y. 11368
718-651-1100   (Library)
Darryl Alladice, Gha’il Rhodes Benjamin, Tony Mitchelson, Layding Kaliba, Ngoma, Marie Guinier, RaDu ben Judah and Lorraine Currelley
Free Admission, books will be available for sale.

Directions to library:
Number 7 train to 103rd Street Corona Plaza Station, walk five blocks to Northern Blvd.
Buses Q23, Q66, Q72