Black Liberation Party: Movie night and induction ceremony

Saturday, April 27
6:00 pm
Indianapolis Liberation Center

Suggested donation: $5 – $20

The Black Liberation Party and its mass base organization, the Black Liberation Circle, is organizing a special event for its local chapter at the Indianapolis Liberation Center. Party Chairman Kwame Che Shakur, a former political prisoner from Indiana and Party Chairman, is leading a screening and discussion of Judas and the Black Messiah, starring LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya. The film chronicles the counterintelligence program operation that assassinated Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton at the age of 21, which holds clear relevance today as the government deploys anti-terrorist and RICO laws against so-called Black Identity Extremists and other radicals.

Before the screening, the Party Chairman will officially induct several new leaders, including:

  • Minister of Justice Zahir Oladunni Mobolaji Touré;
  • Secretary General Devon Rush;
  • Secretary General Sonia Harmon;
  • Secretary General Kiwi; and Indianapolis’ own
  • Minister of Culture Daniel Brooks

The ceremony, screening, and discussion are open to the entire community and provide an opportunity to discuss how we can unite to build a better world and combat state repression.

The event is free but in an effort to support the Center and Party’s missions, a donation of $5-20 is suggested at the door. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.