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GP VP Rosa Clemente in NY 10/8 -10/11/08

Peace and Hello to all my New York City People:
As the billionaires on wall street get bailed out, and more and more people are tired of a two party stranglehold, join me, as I celebrate my electoral independence, I am in town, for three exciting days of campaign activities, attending a press conference for assistance and solidarity for Haiti, marching for the freedom of Political Prisoners and Prisoner of War, as well as these media appearances, hope to see you! “The Green Party is not the alternative, it is the imperative!” Rosa A. Clemente, Green Party Vice-Presidential Candidate
GritTV, with Laura Flanders, to air Wednesday October 8th, 2008,  at 8:00pm & 1:00am ET, on Free Speech TV(DISH Network ch. 9415) www.lauraflanders.com
Where we Live, with Sally O’Brien Thursday October 9th, 2008 at 8:00pm on  WBAI 99.5FM, www.wbai.org
The Truth, with Jeff Johnson on to air on BET Friday October 10th, 2008 at 10:00pm (EST)
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9th, 2008 @ 7pm-10pm

You are invited to the home of Gloria Mattera & Sean Sweeney and host M1 of dead prez
for light fare, drinks and lively discussion with special guest:
Rosa Clemente is a nationally known hip-hop activist, independent journalist, community organizer and Green Party vice presidential candidate. She helped organize the National Hip-Hop Political Convention in 2003, to create a national political agenda for the hip-hop generation.

Let’s help Rosa and Cynthia raise the funds needed to get their message of peace and justice out to voters throughout the country!
Campaign Merchandise will be on hand!

Location:  437 2 Street between 6/7 Avenues in Park Slope Brooklyn
F train to 7 Ave; Q/B to 7 Ave (at Flatbush); R train to Union St
RSVP:  gmattera @ gmail .com or 718 369-2998
THURSDAY OCTOBER 9th, 2008 @ 3:30pm
Open Community Forum with Green Party Vice Presidential Nominee ROSA CLEMENTE,
to be televised on Manhattan Public Access
@ MNN Television Studios
Manhattan Neighborhood Network
537 West 59th Street,
New York, NY 10019
(between 10th and 11th Avenues)
Green Party VP Candidate –
Discusses the Economy, Foreign Policy, Education, Gender Equity, Racism, Social Justice, & the Environment
Featuring Community Organizations:
-Grassroots Artists MovEment (G.A.ME)
-UHURU Movement
-Brenda Stokely from NY Solidarity Coalition With Katrina / Rita Survivors
– La Peña del Bronx
-Hasan Salaam
-Video Screening of Final Outlaw’s”HIP HOP 4Ever”
Please Contact: (917) 940-8961 or (917) 239-8992 with Questions or to RSVP for this event
ABOUT G.A.ME – The Grassroots Artists Movement (G.A.ME) is a membership organization dedicated to addressing sociopolitical and economic realities facing low-income Black and Latino communities. Galvanizing the influence of hip-hop artists and culture, G.A.ME unites artists and community members to work side-by-side for social justice. G.A.ME runs youth leadership and community development programs that provide tools for positive change.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 2008
12:00 NOON
YES! to international assistance and solidarity to Haiti, NO! to the military occupation of Haiti and the attacks on Haitian sovereignty!
The Brecht Forum, 451 West St. @ Bethune St. in West Village, between W. 12th St. and Bank St.
Tel. 212-242-4201
Rally at Madison Square Park  at 5th Ave and 23rd St.

Evening Concert to Benefit the Prisoners@ the Knitting Factory @ 74 Lenard St., NYC • 9 p.m. until . . .Featuring: Inmesyah Soul, Hassan Salaam, X-Vandals, Emperor,
Rebel Diaz, The Wordstock Poetry Collective, Maroon Society,
Gist the Essence, Collective Flow, United Front


100 Washington Square East (near Washington Square Park)
Silver Room 207
New York, NY 10003


Jericho 10th Anniversary Weekend of Resistance


Saturday, October 11, 2008 @ 12 Noon

Rally at the Harlem State Office Building
(Corner of 126th St. & A.C. Powell Blvd.)

March through Harlem @ 1 p.m.

Closing Rally in Morningside Park @ 2 p.m.
Between 112th & 114th near Morningside Ave. entrances

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