Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Uhuru Movement Celebrating the life of Omali Yeshitela (formerly known as Joseph Waller)

Join the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library of the University of South Florida-St. Petersburg on Thursday, January 21 in celebrating the life and work of Omali Yeshitela (formerly known as Joseph Waller), leader of the Uhuru Movement and Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party.
USF librarian Jim Schnur will conduct an interview with Chairman Omali which will be accompanied by videos and photos of the Chairman's life and campaigns.

Chairman Omali has been honored by the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library of the University of South Florida-St. Petersburg which recently announced its new special collection of Yeshitela's writings and works. The newly acquired collection will be on display at the event.

The University of South Florida-St.Petersburg has put together the largest collection of the works of Omali Yeshitela in the world. The Chairman was chosen because he was born in St. Petersburg and has achieved international influence over national and world events.

The event will begin at 6pm and feature an African dessert buffet, an interview with questions from the audience and a personal book signing by Omali Yeshitela.

For more information call 727.821.6621 or email adminasst@apspuhuru.org.

African People's Socialist Party • UhuruNews.cominfo@apspuhuru.org • 727-821-6620
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