Uhuru Movement Communiques
The Black and Proud Concert
Where: Carlos Rosario School Auditorium, 1100 Harvard St NW, Washington, DC
Contact: African Liberation Day, email@example.com, 202.580.8276
Don't miss this diverse lineup of African artists and musicians, from traditional African drumming to salsa meringue to hip hop. They share the stage at the Black and Proud Concert, opening the Uhuru Movement's African Liberation Day events.
Program highlights include
- hometown favorite DJ Soyo
- New Jersey based rapper Hassan Salaam
- Malcolm X Drummers and Dancers
- Afro-Cuban salsa meringue band DC Casineros
- Senegalese hip hop duo Wageble
- Wise Intelligent of Poor Righteous Teachers
- Three Generationz, the DC based singing trio that is Nata’aska HumminBird, Maimouna Youssef, and N’avasha Daya of the world renowned soul band Fertile Ground.
These artists represent the cultural component of a growing African Internationalist movement uniting African people everywhere in the struggle for freedom and independence.
Hip hop artist and political organizer Africa's Trigga, who attracted national media attention last year for asking Obama, “What about the black community?” and who has been on the front lines of struggles against police oppression in African communities across the country will also perform.
The concert will be followed by a two-day conference aimed at putting revolutionary ideas into action. Students and organizers from across North America are expected to attend the weekend that will serve to establish the North American regional committee of the African Socialist International.
$20 benefits African Liberation Day
For more info visit www.alduhuru.org.