|Summary||From Greenwood, Mississippi to Columbus, Ohio to Philadelphia, colonial terror is still a daily reality for African people inside the U.S. and around the world. Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Harris Daniels, Alison Hoehne and Rebecca Dillow discuss a recent lynching case, as well as State attacks on African youth in the U.S., and the organized resistance of African people through the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement's "Hands Off African Youth!" campaign. Solidarity statements and presentations will be heard from the recent demonstration outside the Gallery shopping center in Center City Philadelphia, where African youth have been pushed out of the public stores by Gallery security, part of the City's ongoing criminalization of African youth.
The Uhuru Solidarity Movement stands in solidarity with African resistance, and is organizing the campaign to build white solidarity with black power in every part of the country.