Roxbury, MA 12/17/16 Film “Fidel speaks to Harlem”

Dec 16, 2016 by

12/17 Film “Fidel speaks to Harlem”
Saturday, 12/17 11am*
Film & Discussion: ‘Fidel Speaks to Harlem’

@Parker Hill Library
1497 Tremont Street, Roxbury Crossing (lower floor)

Roxbury, MA 02120

All around the world millions are commemorating the recent death of
Cuban leader Fidel Castro, especially throughout Africa. Fidel Castro is
loved among many within the Black community of the United States as
well. In 1995, Fidel Castro returned to the US for the last time
speaking at the United Nations. While in town he used the opportunity to
reach out to the Black community and spoke in Harlem.

Come watch the speech that Castro gave at the Abyssinian Baptist Church
at this historic occasion. Discuss the legacy of Fidel Castro and his
contributions to the struggle against racism, economic exploitation, and
colonial oppression in Cuba and worldwide.

Sponsored by:
Mass Action Against Police Brutality

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