Anti Libya War Protest Tuesday In HARLEM

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011 in Harlem, 5 PM – 8 PM, Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, Between 125th & 126th Streets.

Challenging The Obama Doctrine: Bombing Libya for “Regime Change” & Oil. On March 29th Obama attends a $30,000 plate dinner in the gentrified up-scale Red Rooster. Harlem’s annual median income is $25,000 less than the $30,000 plate dinner for one night.

Nearly 50% of Black men in NYC are jobless. A cruise missile cost $1 million each.  126 cruise missiles were fired the first day on Libya.

UNITY BUILDS AGAINST THE BOMBING OF LIBYA: Minister Louis Farrakham of the Nation of  Islam, referring to what West to Muammar al-Quathafi: “You can’t order him to step down and get out- who do the  hell you think you are, that can talk to a man that build a country over 42 years, and ask him to step down and get out?”

Molefi kete Asante: “The fundamental stimulus of the attack on Libya is greed, not the protection of the Libyan people”.

Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel: “Obama is going along with past presidents … at the end of the day we pay the price physically and financially.”

Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda Report: “The United States is in the beginning of a full-fledged intervention and plan to carve up Libya and take its oil.”

Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report: “There is a bloodbath occurring in Libya, Libyan civilians and soldiers defenseless against US and European war planes and missiles that kill at will”.

Sponsor: Harlem Fightback Against War at Home & Abroad.

Website to download flyer:

"Speaking Truth To Power."

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