Tickets on sale now for dinner with Robert King Wilkerson of the Angola 3 and Ward Churchill, a revolutionary activist. Proceeds from the event will go to political prisoner Mutulu Shakur and the 2011 North American ABC convergence.
Robert King Wilkerson is the only free member of the political prisoner trio known as the Angola 3. In 2001 Robert King Wilkerson was released after serving 31 years in prison, 29 of which were in solitary confinement due to his involvement in the only Black Panther Party chapter inside a prison. Since his release he has been a tireless activist and author.
Ward Churchill is a prolific American Indian scholar/activist, Ward Churchill is a founding member of the Rainbow Council of Elders, and longtime member of the leadership council of the American Indian Movement of Colorado. In addition to his numerous works on Indigenous history, he has written extensively on U.S. foreign policy and the repression of political dissent, including the FBI’s COINTELPRO operations against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement.