As we move forward to build African Liberation Day 2007, we want to keep the community up to speed with all the developments and progress of our work. The following is a document that has been in wide circulation throughout the Internet.
However, there have been some changes in the world that we want conveyed in our communication on the net. Firstly, several more organizations and individuals have offered up their endorsement for ALD. We also wanted to recognize errors that we have made in the spellings of a few organizations that have offered their endorsements already. Also, the date for the International Tribunal on Reparations for Afrikan People (ITRAP) is scheduled now for June 7-10th in Berlin, Germany.
Lastly, we have added to our list of workshops the question of political prisoners and prisoners of war. The workshop will be led by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, which has been leading the struggle to free the Liberty City 7 (visit http://inpdum.org/campaigns/lc7). The LC7 are a group of young African men from Miami, FL (by way of Haiti) that have been wrongly accused by the U.S. government of being terrorists — and as a consequence of these bogus charges they have been sitting in a federal prison since last June. You will be receiving regular updates between now and May 26th to prepare you for what is sure to be the most important mass mobilization of the 21st century!
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