Egypt: Ezra Aharone's Black History Month Lecture

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[Black History Month]

The Guerrilla Journalism class hosts Black History Month speaker author and Pan-Africanist Ezrah Aharone this evening, Monday Feb. 7, at Boro of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) at 6:30 PM.

The class meets at 70 Murray Street, Room 1412, on Lower Manhattan.

Aharone is the author of "Sovereign Evolution," (Manifest Destiny From 'Civil Rights' To 'Sovereign Rights,') and author of "Pawned Sovereignty: Sharpened Black Perspectives on Americanization, Africa, War and Reparations."

Aharone is an excellent speaker and a great strategic thinker. He will also tailor tonight's remarks to the unfolding changes in Egypt, the U.S.'s role there and its impact on, and lessons for progressive people everywhere.

Please come and support our guest speaker and bring your friends and loved ones as well. Aharone will have copies of his books available to be signed.

The lecture starts promptly at 6:30 PM at Boro of Manhattan Community College, at 70 Murray Street, Room 1412, on Lower Manhattan.

"Speaking Truth To Empower."

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