Monday, March 17, 2008

Book Discussion:"Soledad Brother: the Prison Letters of George Jackson

Book Discussion: "Soledad Brother: the Prison Letters of George Jackson"

You are invited to a free book discussion that explores the culture and politics of the Black Liberation Movement and the Hip-Hop Generation.

Discuss the important work "Soledad Brother," by the great US prision intellectual - George Jackson.

Participants are required to read the book to partake in the discussion. Bring your copy or buy one that day!
Attendees will receive a free George Jackson audio documentary on CD - First 20 people only!

When: Friday, March 28th, 6:30pm.
Where: The Brecht Forum
Location: 451 West Street (that's the West Side Highway) between Bank & Bethune Streets
RSVP by Voicemail or Text Message : (347) 679-7832
Safiya Bukari Nuh Washington Foundation
& the National Hip-Hop Political Convention (NY)

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For Brecht information: Phone: (212) 242-4201 - Email:

Monday, February 18, 2008

Congratulations Jamal Joseph


Our Comrade & Brother Jamal Joseph He's nominated for Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original song)Raise It Up” from “August Rush”(Warner Bros.)Music and lyric by Jamal Joseph, Charles Mack and Tevin Thomas

He's group Impact is also scheduled to perform So let's support our Comrade& Brother this SUNDAY FEBRUARY 24TH 2008 an watch the Oscars

Friday, February 1, 2008

Black Liberation to Hip-Hop Film Festival

From Black Liberation to Hip-Hop:
A Film Festival Celebrating the Past, Moving Forward to the Future

You are invited to a free film festival that explores the culture and politics of the Black Liberation Movement and the Hip-Hop Generation. View films and participate in unique inter-generational discussion with panelists from both the Civil Rights and Hip-Hop Generations.

See the long anticipated movie on George Jackson: Black August.

Also, View & Discuss Screenings of: Letter to the President, HipHop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes, The Spook Who Sat By the Door, Eyes of the Rainbow and many more.

When: Saturday, Feburary 16th - Noon to 10pm

Directions: Take the 1/9 train to 116th StreetVoicemail & Text: 347.262-6385 & 917.224.3493

Sponsored by
FOCUS-Filmmakers of Color United in Spirit-Columbia University, School of the Arts,
The Safiya Bukhari- Albert Nuh Washington Foundation &
The National Hip-Hop Political Convention (NY)

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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Membership to Foundation

Safiya Bukhari-Albert Nuh Washington Foundation

visit us at
Annual Memberships & Gift Premiums:

DONORS: $20.00 +
Foundation Membership Card & Certificate; Political Prisoner Button, Poster & Booklet;
Foundation Newsletter

All Of The Above; Foundation T-shirt & Foundation Pin

SUPPORTERS: $100.00 +
All Of The Above; Political Prisoner Audio Tape or CD; Political Prisoner Video Tape or DVD

SPONSORS: $500.00 +
All Of The Above; Framed Freedom Fighter (4) Poster Set; Leather Black Panther Statue

ASSOCIATES: $1,000.00 +
All Of The Above; Framed Freedom Fighter (5) Photo Set; A Very Special Secret Gift;
Free Admit/All Access Pass To All Foundation Events


MAIL TO: The Safiya-Nuh Foundation
P.O. Box 690458
Hillside Station
Bronx, New York 10469

Sunday, December 3, 2006

The Safiya Bukhari-Albert Nuh Washington Foundation: "To
Support The Families, Health And Legal Campaigns Of United States Held Political Prisoners/POWs & Exiles

Contrary to official statements by the Government, there are hundreds of Political Prisoners and POWs being unjustly held in prisons throughout the United States Of America (U.S.A.)
Additionally, due to continuous harassment and threats of imprisonment or death, there are many citizens of the U.S.A. forced to live outside it's borders as Political Exiles.
Victims of the illegal FBI COINTELPRO frame-ups of the 60's, 70's and 80's, the overwhelming majority of these activists were members of the original Black Panther Party, Black Liberation Army, American Indian Movement, and the New Afrikan/Puerto Rican Independence Movements.
Falsely, labeled as "criminals" by both the government, racist law enforcement and the mainstream media; most of these modern day "Freedom Fighters" have been separated from their communities, families and loved ones for nearly 40 years.
For far too many years the individual and group campaigns that support these captured and exiled freedom fighters have been forced to struggle with legal, family and health issues in virtual isolation and anonymity.
The Mission of The Safiya Bukhari - Albert Nuh Washington Foundation is to nationally provide these Freedom/Justice Campaigns with funds, technical assistance and other resources that are needed to support the family, legal and health/medical needs of these captured and exiled freedom fighters.
We anticipate accepting funding proposals in November of 2006 and encourage "individuals" to sign on and/or support this long overdue project.
January 1, 2007

My Dear Comrades & Uncles:

My Name is Wonda Jones I am the (daughter of late Safiya A. Bukhari). An my reason for address you all is on behave of Safiya Bukhari –Albert ”Nuh” Washington Foundation.
The Foundation’s mission is to nationally provide selected campaigns with funds, technical assistance and other resources that are needed to support the family, legal and health /medical needs of captured and exiled freedom fighters. I have included a copy of the Foundation’s brochure along with an introductory letter I have sent to all Panther Cubs nationwide, for their review.

We have recently begun a fundraising campaign which, up to this point, has been relatively successful. We are currently in the process of enlarging this campaign and are requesting the use of your likeness in drawing& name in this campaign all we need is your permission & photo in which will help enhance our overall outward appeal. We believe that if potential contributors are able to visualize the organizations and individuals that we are affiliated with and/or support, they may be more likely to support us. we will donated proceeds from this campaign to what every group you would like us to,or political prisoner that way everyone benefits from this project.

I am willing to visit if you would like in order to Show (wear)Shirt, to you exactly what the artist will be doing an he’s work.

All I need from you is written statement saying you agree with Fundraiser an you’re given the Safiya Bukhari- Albert ‘Nuh’ Washington Foundation permission to all the above

Until than Peace be Until You
All Power to the People

Wonda Y Jones Director