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Saturday, August 12, 2006

Black August Celebrated in Durham Sunday August 13, 2006

Black August Throwdown with UBUNTU!

"The spirit of Black August moves through centuries of Black, Indian and multi-cultural resistance. It is an emblem of the spirit of freedom. It is a long smoldering spark of the fire in the hearts of a people, hearts burning and yearning for freedom."

Mumia Abu Jamaal

UBUNTU! invites you to join us in commemorating Black August!

Activities Include: Drumming, Dance, Writing Workshops, Performance, Love and Transformation!

When: Sunday, August 13, 2006
Where: Historic Stagville5828 Old Oxford Highway
Durham, NC 27712
Time: 4pm

**It's FREE!!! YAY!****

Please remember to bring:
Water, a blanket or folding chair and bug repellant**

**Childcare will be provided**

UBUNTU! is a Women of Color and survivor-led coalition committed to ending sexual violence. A sustaining transformative love is at the center of our work. For more information about UBUNTU! or Black August visit onecommunityofmany.blogspot.com or email us at UBUNTUNC@gmail.com

2 Comments:

Anonymous Serena said...

AR Sisters - Thank you for Sunday! Thank you for teaching us about Black August! Thank you for introducing me to Stagville!

5:40 PM  
Blogger beth said...

seriously. Thank you!

6:29 PM  

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