Right to Return, Right to a Home

Right to Return, Right to a Home

organizing against the displacement of our communities

a public discussion organized by the
International League of Peoples Struggle (ILPS)
Local Organizing Committee (LOC)

Monday, October 27th
7pm to 9pm
at the Center for Constitutional Rights
666 Broadway, 7th floor
closest trains: F/V/6 to Broadway-Lafayette

with resource speakers representing the following geographical and related struggles:

* Gulf Coast
* Palestine
* New York Chinatown
* Foreclosures
* Gentrification

The International League of Peoples Struggles (ILPS) is a democratic global formation of peoples organizations in over 30 countries worldwide. It aims to advance the cause of social and economic justice in relation to 18 principal democratic concerns. Forced migration and displacement is concern #16. In this regard, the ILPS most recently mobilized global actions against displacement of farmers due to mining, Special Economic Zones (SEZs), and militarization in the Indian state of Orissa. It is currently campaigning for the immediate and unconditional release of Indian anti-displacement activists who are still in detention. It has also been supportive of US efforts to organize around Katrina and Rita survivors. This forum aims to connect seemingly disparate struggles to a sharper realization of a global phenomenon.

There is currently an initiative of ILPS member organizations in the US to form a US-wide chapter of ILPS.

The ILPS LOC is a local initiative comprised of the following local member groups:
* Al-Awda NY, the Palestinian Right to Return Coalition
* Bayan USA (Philippines)
* International Action Center (IAC)
* Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM)

To learn more information about the ILPS, visit www.ilpsusa.org or email ilps.nyc@gmail.com.


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