Silence Broken: Legacies of Repression & Resistance

Sunday April 3rd 2011


Northeastern University
Curry Student Center - 346 Huntington Ave.

Workshops * Socializing * Panel * Food * Music

Speakers include:

Ashanti Alston - Former Black Liberation Army Political Prisoner and steering committee member of the National Jericho Movement
Marta Rodriguez - Puerto Rican independence activist and member of the New England Committee to Defend Palestine
Jihad Abdul Mummit - Former Black Liberation Army Political Prisoner and chair of the National Jericho Movement
Viviane Saleh-Hanna - Activist Scholar and Assistant Professor of Crime and Justice Studies at the UMass Dartmouth
Jason Lydon - Minister of the Community Church of Boston as well as anti-racist, abolitionist, queer liberation organizer
Mauri Saalakhan - bbDirector of Operations for The Peace And Justice Foundation; a Muslim-led, grassroots human rights organization.

Performances by:

Taina Asili y La Banda Rebelde
Tem Blessed
& more

This will be a one day community-building educational event featuring interactive workshops, a panel discussion, time for socializing and networking, and performances by some of the region's best movement artists. The conference will bring together student activists with community members to present a diverse array of voices and an alternative discourse about FBI repression, political prisoners, and the struggle for liberation.




The Second Annual Law & Disorder Conference

Portland State University: Smith Memorial Building-3rd Floor

April 15-17th 2011

Friday(6pm-10pm), Saturday(9am-10pm), Sunday(9am-6pm)


*Free, open to the public and disability affirmative!

*This is a low impact conference- bring reusable cups, bowls and eating utensils!

*Safe Space Zone and childcare provided!


Ashanti Omowali Alston- The Jericho Movement

Evan Greer- Riot Folk

Kristian Williams- Local Author

Claude Marks- Freedom Archives

Jeff “Free” Luers – Former Eco-Political Prisoner

Lauren Regan- Civil Liberties Defense Center

Tre Arrow- Former Eco-Political Prisoner

This conference calls for people, movements, organizations and collectives to present alternative accounts to the political dimensions of civic engagement, mutual aid and revolution as they relate to economics, politics, invention, technology, work, artistic and cultural production, the body, pedagogy and social change. The conference promises to create a provocative space for comparative critical dialogue between activists, revolutionaries, educators, artists, musicians, scholars, dancers, actors and writers. The conference invites panels and workshop on all aspects of social change from the revolutionary to the academic.


Students for Unity, Student Animal Liberation Coalition, Pan American Solidarity Organization, NW Student Coalition, The Jericho Movement

For more information, please visit the conference website:



Oregon Jericho The Jericho Movement for Political Prisoner Amnesty (503)-750-0523 P.O. Box 17420 Portland, Oregon 97217



Hey friends. So just a quick update on the status of these pages and Ashanti's old Druppal site. I've had to update the software to the latest version, and since that stuff is pretty complicated, it's taking a while to do. For now I've put back up these pages from 2003, until we can get his new site going. Enjoy.

- m







these pages first scratched april 2003