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Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 01:21:16 -0800 (PST)
From: Bob Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Spring/Summer 2002 Tour
We wish you and your family a Happy New Year!
We would like to take this opportunity to announce our
Spring/Summer 2002 Tour, and to ask for your help in
bringing Bob Brown, the Director of the Kwame Ture
Work-Study Institute and Library, to your community,
campus or organization.
Bob is available to speak on the following or other
(1) Pan-Africanism and Reparations: Revolution or
(2) The Anti-Globalization and Reparations Movements:
Towards a New Model of Coalition Building
(3) Black, Red and Brown United: Towards A New
(4) From Indian Wars to Slave Codes to COINTELPRO to
Homeland Security: 500-Years of Political Repression
in the United States
(5) To Prevent the Rise of a Messiah: The U.S.
Governments 40-year War against Kwame Ture (A
(6) Did You Hear the Thunder? An Outline History of
the Worldwide African Student Movement
The Kwame Ture Work-Study Institute and Library, which
we are struggling to build in Conakry, Guinea, will
become the largest non-governmental and non-profit
repository in the world of primary source material by
and about Kwame Ture (formerly known as Stokely
Carmichael), and the movements and organizations with
which he worked.
It will also be a Pan-African and International
work-study institute that will help educate, nurture
and train future generations of students and youth, of
scholars and organizers, and inspire them to give
service to Africa and other Oppressed Peoples in every
corner of the world.
Bob Brown is a 38-year participant in the student,
human rights, national liberation and Black Power,
Pan-African, socialist and peace movements, having
served as a member of the Congress of Racial Equality,
the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the
Black Panther Party, the All-African People^s
Revolutionary Party, and the Pan-Africanist Congress
of Azania (South Africa).
Bob has worked with and supported the Alliance for
Global Justice, the American Indian Movement, the
Azanian Peoples Organization, the Baath Party, the
Black Conscious Movement of Azania, the Black
Consciousness Movement of Brazil, the Committee
against Registration and the Draft, the Committee in
Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, the Dalit
(Untouchables of India) Movement, the DC Hands Off
Cuba, the DC-Havana Sister City Project, the
Democratic Party of Guinea, the Emancipation Support
Committee of Trinidad, the Eritrean People's
Liberation Front, the FMLN of El Salvador, the
International Indian Treaty Council, the Irish
Republican Socialist Party, the June 12th Disarmament
Committee, the La Raza Unida Party, the Million Man
March, the Million Youth Movement, the Mobilization
for Survival, the Movement for Justice in Gambia, the
Nation of Islam, the National Action Network, the
National Black United Front, the National Joint Action
Committee of Trinidad, the Nicaragua Network, the
Palestine Liberation Organization, Operation Push, the
Pan-African Association of London, the Puerto Rican
Socialist Party, the Rainbow Coalition, the Sandinista
Liberation Front, the Sein Fein, the Universal Negro
Improvement Association, the Young Koreans United, and
a host of other organizations world-wide.
He is an accomplished researcher and organizer, has
participated in numerous national and international
conferences and seminars, and has traveled and
lectured extensively on college campuses and in
communities throughout North America, Europe, Africa,
the Middle East, the Caribbean and Brazil.
For information on how you or your organization can
bring Bob Brown to your campus, organization or
community, contact us at email@example.com or
Thank you in advance for your assistance!
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