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Ujima Talks…

Ujima Talks…a season of intimate talks with civil rights trailblazers and change makers…

On Saturday, February the 4th, join Ujima radio and the Malcolm X Movement for a one-off chance to be inspired by civil rights activist and, one of the founding members of the Black Panther Party Bob Brown.

As well as being a founding member of the Black Panther Party in Chicago, Bob Brown is a veteran of the Student Non-Violent Coordination Committee and the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party.

Themed around race, rebellion, resistance, revolution, and resolution he will share his story as well as some of the successful tactics and tools he uses to drive positive social change and how it relates to the Black Lives Matter movement and to tackling the politics of hate.

On the night there will also be powerful poetry, live music performances, short films and, a Black power art exhibition.

So on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party, from 5 – 9pm, join us on Saturday the 4th of February at the Kummba Centre on Hepburn Road in St Pauls.

Suggested donations of £4 waged and £2 unwaged.

This event will be recorded for broadcast.

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