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Black Economic Empowerment Weekend
Where Do We Go From Here?
Fri. Aug. 28 - Film: Resurrecting Black Wall
Sat. Aug. 29 - Film: 7 AM at 7am followed by Black Business Tour
Sun. Aug. 30 - Film: Generation One, 4p
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Upcoming Events at The Dock Bookshop
BLACK AUGUST FILM SERIES
Monday, August 31, 2015
George Jackson Tribute & A People's Feast
7-9 PM RSVP
George Jackson was jailed ostensibly for stealing 70 dollars. He was given a sentence of one year to life because he was black, and he was kept incarcerated for years under the most dehumanizing conditions because he discovered that blackness need not be a badge of servility but rather could be a banner for uncompromising revolutionary struggle. He was murdered because he was doing too much to pass this attitude on to fellow prisoners. George Jackson was political prisoner and a black freedom fighter. He died at the hands of theenemy.
Special Guest Author & Booksigning
"UNArmed But Dangerous"
Friday, September 4, 2015
The Dock Bookshop
Dock Calendar of Events
Monday 6-7p - TIMBUK Afrikan Fitness Workout Class
Monday 7-9p - Community Think & Action Tank
Tuesday 8-10p - Fort Worth Poetry & Open Mic
Thursday 7-9p - Local Organizing Committee for Million Man March
Sunday 2nd & 4th 1:30-3:30p - IFA & Astro Spirituality Class
Sunday 2nd 4-6p - Soul Sistah Book Club
Aug. 28-30 - Black Empowerment Weekend
Sat. Aug. 29 -
Afni Bey & Sabir Bey Presents Grand Sheik Taj Tarik Khatib BeyFri. Sept. 4 - Special Guest: Tawanna Williams, UNArmed but Dangerous, 7p
Mon. Au. 31 - Black August Film Series Tribute to George Jackson & A Peoples Feast
Sept. 11-12 - DFW Literary SoulFest - SAVE THE DATE!
Aug. 28-29 - Tulisoma "We Read"