Omali Yeshitela speaks in Oakland on one year anniversary of Oakland Police vs. Lovelle Mixon

Omali Yeshitela speaks in 2009 following shoot out that led to death of four police officers and Lovelle Mixon.

One year ago, four Oakland Police officers were killed after stopping Oakland resident Lovelle Mixon, who was also killed.

What: Omali Yeshitela speaks in Oakland on one-year anniversary of OPD vs. Lovelle Mixon
When: Mar 21, 2010 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Where: Uhuru House, 7911 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA
Contact: International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement,, 510-569-9620
Thousands of police officers throughout the nation came out to a state's funeral at the Oakland Coliseum March 24. The next day, hundreds of people came out to a march and rally organized by the Oakland branch of the Uhuru Movement for "African resistance" and an "end to police terror."

Uhuru Movement leader Omali Yeshitela, founder of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations will speak Sunday, March 21 at the Uhuru House in East Oakland.

"Conditions for the African community are worse than ever," said "The Oakland city government's only solution to the economic crisis is more police terror and closing more schools. As the U.S. war in this country and worldwide intensifies, Black folks might fight for genuine economic and social justice on our terms."

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