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Newark, NJ (BlackNews.com) — Bashir Akinyele, member and press officer of the Newark Anti-Violence Coalition, will be the first guest of Rutgers University’s new live internet radio show called “All Politics Are Local”. He will be discussing and taking calls with the host Ed Riliey on the pandemic disease of violence plaguing the African American and Latino American community and the upcoming anti-violence town hall meeting in Irvington, NJ hosted by Newark Anti-Violence Coalition (NAVC), but moderated by Kiss F.M.’s Open line talk show host brother James Mtume.

The Irvington town hall meeting will have special guest appearances by the Honorable Wayne Smith of Irvington, NJ, Newark Anti-Violence Coalition / Nation of Islam Member Lamont Muhammad, UMDNJ’s Violence Institute Program Analyst Jack Ferrell, National/International Hip Hop and Anti-Violence Activist Jah Jah Shakur, and Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz-Executive Director of Black Lawyers for Justice / National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party.

The main body of the program will be a panel discussion on the topic of Black on Black: Are we on the Verge of self-genocide (self-destruction)! The panelist will be made up of the following community leaders: Newark Anti-Violence Coalition Member / Irvington, NJ District Leader Al-Tariq Ibn Shabazz, Newark Anti-Violence Coalition Member / Irvington, NJ Chairwoman of the NAACP Chapter Kathleen Witcher, Newark Anti-Violence Coalition Member / Senior Pastor of New Psalmist Worship Center Rev Bryant Ali, Newark Anti-Violence Coalition / New Black Panther Party Member – Sharif Amenhotep, and Newark Anti-Violence Coalition / BLOODS Member – Lamont “True V” Vaugh!

The anti-violence town hall meeting will discuss, analyze, and offer solutions to the pandemic disease of Black and Brown self-genocide (self-destruction) plaguing the township of Irvington, NJ and in Black and Brown America.

Dawn Hayes, a member and organizer of Newark Anti-Violence Coalition says, “The Irvington Town Hall meeting will give our community the opportunity to understand that the violence that is plaguing Black and Brown communities around the world reflects deeper and neglected underlining issues such as poverty, drugs, the crisis in the family, the high incarceration rates of Black men and Women, joblessness, colonialism, White supremacy, Black and Brown self-hatred, and the counter intelligence program (COINTELPRO).”

The anti-violence town hall meeting will discuss, analyze, and offer solutions to the pandemic disease of self-genocide (self-destruction) plaguing the township of Irvington, NJ and in Black and Brown America.
Rutgers web site: www.wrnu.info
Rutgers call-in number: (973) 353-5746
WHO: Newark Anti-Violence Coalition member Bashir Akinyele and Ed Riliey – the Host of Rutgers radio show “All Politics Are Local”

WHEN: Friday, April 1st, 2011 at 6:30-8::00 p.m.

WHERE: Internet Radio show on Newark’s Rutgers Campus

WHY: Discuss analyze, and offer solutions to the pandemic disease of Black and Brown self-genocide (self-destruction) plaguing the Township of Irvington, NJ and, Black and Brown America!
About The Newark Anti-Violence Coalition:
The Newark Anti-Violence Coalition is a community-based organization composed of many community leaders, community organizations, and concerned citizens committed to stopping the pandemic disease of violence plaguing African American and Latino American communities in the city of Newark, NJ and throughout the tri-state area. They tirelessly organize and challenge the people, the block, the streets, the schools, the clergy, and elected officials one mind at a time to fight violence of any kind. Their motto is “Stop the Shooting! Stop the Killing! Stop the Violence! Black Power! All Power to the People!”

Visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/Newark-Anti-Violence-Coaltion/187817488230

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