Joseph Hayden

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Joseph (Jazz) Hayden was a major organizer at Attica prison, for attempted murder of two policemen.

March on Wall Street

On April 3 2008 Joseph Hayden of UFP & J, Picayune, MS endorsed a Bail Out the People Movement organized "March on Wall Street" ;

Because we must demand that the needs of the people come before the greed of the super rich. Millions are jobless and homeless, and millions more will be living on the streets if the government continues to waste trillions of dollars on saving wealthy bankers instead of saving people.[1]

"END MASS INCARCERATION"

Friday, SEPT 14. 7PM. RIVERSIDE CHURCH NYC.

On the day following the 41st anniversary of the Attica ¬massacre of courageous prisoners rising up against intolerable oppression, we come together to fight mass ¬incarceration and to demand the closing of Attica as a symbolic commitment to this larger goal. We build on the powerful commemoration that took place last September 9, 2011 at Riverside Church.

Join with us to hear a special panel on building a movement to end mass incarceration with: Michelle Alexander, Angela Davis, Jazz Hayden, Marc Lamont Hill, and Cornel West.

Speakers: Soffiya Elijah, Pam Africa, video message from Special UN Rapporteur on Torture, Juan Mendez, and audio message from Mumia Abu-Jamal.

MC: Asha Bandele.

Panel moderator: Suzanne Ross.[2] ·

"A New Vision for Black Freedom"

4/29/12 Resistance & State Repression Plenary in the South Hall at The Riverside Church, New York City, NY

A New Vision for Black Freedom: The Manning Marable Memorial Conference-Reinvigorating Social Theory-Redefining Political Struggle

Panelists

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