Tomorrow, The Rising Majority’s weekend event, The Freedom Side: People’s Tribunal and Congress begins. This weekend, October 17 & 18, we will put the current system on trial, outlining all the ways in which it has harmed our communities. And then, together, we will envision the world we so desperately want, and outline the steps we can take to create it. We, the Movement for Black Lives, invite you to join us at this event.
The esteemed Freedom Jurors who will preside over the People’s Tribunal include writer, scholar, abolitionist, & international activist, Angela Y. Davis, former Black Panther & political prisoner, Albert Woodfox, Indian writer & activist, Arundhati Roy, Indigenous rights leader, climate justice activist, & Gandhi Peace Laureate, Tom Goldtooth, and Black Transgender activist & writer Raquel Willis.
The Freedom Side: The People’s Tribunal and Congress Rising Against White Supremacy Towards A Just World
October 17 & 18
11AM PT / 1PM CT / 2PM ET RSVP here
Curious about what a People’s Tribunal is and why the Rising Majority is hosting one? Allow historian, scholar, and activist Barbara Ransby to explain…
We deeply believe that something new is possible — and we want you to join us in building it. Here’s how:
Register for The Freedom Side: The People’s Tribunal and Congress.
Tomorrow at 11 AM PT/ 1PM CT/ 2PM ET, go to www.therisingmajority.com to watch along with us. Spend your weekend with us on the Freedom Side.
Take a moment to check out the FAQswhich will help you best experience the tribunal and congress. The FAQs cover how to access interpretation, closed captioning, the stories and more.
It’s our turn to envision and build a just world. Join us. See you on the Freedom Side.
The Movement for Black Lives
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