Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Robert King Q&A plus showing of 'Angola Three: The Black Panthers and the Last Slave Plantation' Friday 12th October 2012

Brother Robert King (Angola 3)
Collectively, the Angola 3 - Herman Wallace, Albert Woodfox and Robert King - have spent over 100 years in solitary confinement in the biggest prison in the U.S, a former slave plantation known as Angola, for their activism against the conditions in the prison as members of the Black Panther Party.
Robert King is the only freed member of the Angola 3 and continues to fight for the freedom of Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox who remain incarcerated after some 66 years, even though extensive proof of their innocence has been established.

Robert King (Angola 3) returns to London this Friday for screening 'Angola Three: The Black Panthers and the Last Slave Plantation' Guest Speaker: Brother Robert King (Q&;A)

Friday 12 October 2012 Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm (7pm prompt start) Venue: Clapham Methodist Church, Nelsons Row, London SW4 7JR

Admission: FREE (donations welcome)

More info Contact: 07531 286 969

Getting There:
Buses: 88, 155, 345 along Clapham High Street, or 35, 37, 137, to Clapham Common walk a few yards towards Sainsbury on Clapham High Street and turn right.
Tube: Northern Line to either Clapham North or Clapham Common Stations


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