They are seriously Ona Move!
THE NEW BLACK PANTHER PARTY
NATIONAL MINISTRY OF CULTURE
PO BOX 25332, NEWARK, NJ 07101
Welcome to the Official Website of The New Black Panther Party for Self Defense
November 5, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Zulu Shabazz at Town Hall Meeting,
Newark Hearings, Gye Nyame
The Battle for the Soul of Harlem continues!…
On Sunday, November 9th, in response to reckless and senseless attack on the Harlem Day Parade, the New Black Panther Party is hosting an important Town Hall meeting.
It will take place at the historic Barbara Ann Teer National Black Theatre at 3p.m.
The event’s theme is In Defense of Self-Defenseefending Black Harlem By Any Means Necessary.
It will also include special post-election analyses and more!
Special guests includes Councilman Charles Barron of Brooklyn, himself a former Panther, Imam Talib AbdurRasheed of the Mosque of the Islamic Brotherhood, elder New Afrikan statesman Herman Ferguson and his wife Iyaluua Ferguson, and warrior woman Viola Plummer of the December 12th Movement.
Malik Zulu Shabazz, the Party’s national chairman and attorney at war, will be the special guest speaker.
Admission is free, but the event is afundraiser to help with the legal defense of the five men arrested protecting their community during the attack on the march.
The National Black Theatre is located at 126th and 5th in Harlem.
For more information, please call 917-420-8662…
The Battle for the Soul of the South Ward is coming to a head. After hosting a powerful youth and community rally on September 30th in the struggle to prevent an unwanted liquor store from disrupting the community, the Bergen Street coalition which includes the New Black Panther Party, has learned that there will finally be hearings on the matter of this controversial business before Newark’s Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) Board. Those hearings will take place on Monday, November 17th at 5:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. and then again on Wednesday, November 19th at the Municipal Building Annex, Room 301A, on the third floor at 31 Green Street, Newark.
Rodriguez, the prospective owner will likely be heard first, then representatives from our community will be heard.
“We have to come out and large numbers to keep this evil and toxicity out of our community,”insisted elder Carolyn Kelly- Shabazz.
“The ball is back in our court,” said Zayid Muhammad. “We have to see it through with our disciplined, dignified, united and uncompromising presence at these hearings.”
For more information, please call Carolyn Kelly- Shabazz of the First Class Championship Center immediately at 973- 318-7013…
It’s time for Gye Nyame, the New Afrikan alternative to Thanksgiving!
On Friday, November 28th, the New Black Panther Party will host a special Gye Nyame ceremony in honor of the 60th birth anniversary year of its founder and creator, the immortal Khallid Abdul Muhammad.
This special event will from 6-10p.m. at the National Black Theatre.
Gye Nyame has been faithfully observed by the party’s national ministry of culture and other supporting organizations for eight straight years. Gye Nyame, which is means in ‘None greater than God the Creator,’ is an ingathering feast which honors Black family and national ancestors.
This year’s ceremony will include a retrospective Khallid Abdul Muhammad and an appreciation of new ancestor Barbara Ann Teer.
On Thursday, November 27th, Gye Nyame Day, the Harlem Chapter of the New Black Panther Party will host an Ujima Food and Clothing Drive for the community’s needy at 12 noon on 125th Street.
For more information, please call 917-420-8662 or 201-602-0780.
The Harlem chapter of the New Black Panther Party meets every Sunday at the National Black Theatre, 5th and 126th Street in Harlem at 12 noon. The Newark chapter of the New Black Panther Party has a new meeting time. The chapter now meets every Wednesday at Waset Kommuniversity, 271 So. 9th Street in Newark at 6:30p.m.
The chapter formerly met on Monday evenings.