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Azzizah Abdullah

"Debate On Marxism-Leninism"

2605 S. Darien St. Philadelphia, February 6, 2016 "Debate On Marxism-Leninism" organized by Jake Kinzey.

Come out and talk about Marxism-Leninism! What is it? What can we learn from it?

Those indicating attendance on the Wherevent website included Andrew Macaroni, Nat Turner-Jackson, Azzizah Abdullah, Kate Faust, Isabella Jayme, Jake Kinzey, Bruce Haskin, John T. Kaye, Bunny Juarez, Samar Shraim, Magdalene Moy, Norah Andrea La Torre, Scott Jenkins, Daniel Pitt, Tim Horras, Constance Lee, Gabriel Salgado, Adam Bleiman, Rina Mascitti, John Lesmeister, Isabell Welsh, Nhoj Matthews, Samantha Valentino, Sasha Lubarskai, Cranford Coulter, Brandon Slattery, Amanda Almanac, Hypatia Nacheinander, Akshay Walia, M. Harlan Hoke, Mark R. Eisenstædt, Elsy Marie, Mackenzie Morris, Lucas Lipatti, Jon Lange, Greg Gabrellas, Panagiotis Alexiou, Alan Warsaw, Nelson Maserota, Ethan Jury.[1]

Jamala Rogers event

Wednesday 13 January 2016, Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse hosted a talk by Jamala Rogers. It is partially owned by K Froom.

"There is no algorithm, no theory that can predict when human rage reaches its boiling point. I wanted to expose to some and to remind others that there is another side of Ferguson, St. Louis County, USA that exists. It was a side that someone didn’t want to see. It is a side that now most people know about and by knowing, all fair-minded people should now be empowered to act."—Jamala Rogers

One year after Mike Brown was brutally killed by police: How will we make sure that Black lives matter? On August 9, 2014, Ferguson, St. Louis County, MO became the epicenter of a major political earthquake, shaking the core of how we see Black America, police and policing-jolting us into a new political normal.

Among those indicating their support, or intention of attending on Wherevent were K Froom , Mike Bonola, Nic Powell, Lenora Knowles, Trevor Holman, Alex Moran, Rafaela Seixas, Daniel Cartagena, Chris Sturiale, Tariq Toure, Stephen Packard, Markele Dirdirk Cullins, Tomas Alejo, Josh Cole, Adam Bazari, Julia Scott, Brian O'Connor, Kevin Muhitch, Ursula Populoh, Mathilde Poupee, Michael Franklin, Mosel Abdul Jabbar, Andrew Vache, John McMinn, Sai Anita, Charlie Kerr, Mike Martin, Emily Sugrue, Laurie Blair, Merrick Moses, Gozde Yldrm, Kate O'Brien, Pastor A. C. Holland , Ken Brown, Lester Spence, Darron Claiborne, Ibn Askia, Jessica Shiller, Shira Wolf, Joy Ell, Denise Johnson, Kate Dnn , Ebony Renee, Faith Layla Bocian, Azzizah Abdullah, Jordannah Elizabeth, Eliana Rachel, Vanessa Madden, Suro Pak, Lizzie Randolph, Jessa Wais, Karina Hagelin, Kathleen Kelleher, Jenny Brooks, Kali Tambree, Holly Michael, Margaret Pitman, Angela Jansen, Jane Morris, Julie Little, Mawish Raza, Zach Sturiale, Terita Russell, Reginald Simms, Cat Lee, Waqia Abdul-Kareem, Molly Prunty, Madeline Joan, Annie Hollis, Tanya Heidrich, Christa Daring, Lynn Hunter, Ellen Skirvin, Harriet Moon, Sarah Louise Campbell, Brittany Eltringham, Zara Cadoux, Nnedi Umeadi, Renee Camille Hatcher, Jonathan Liu, Emily Slimeberg, Bomin Jeon, Retta Morris, Allie McManus, Sammie Miller, Luz Burgos Lopez, Maria Gabriela Aldana Enriquez, .[2]

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