Tomorrow November 24th we will be screening our film “#Bars4Justice” in Pittsburg Pensilvania which will include a Q&A session with Nation19 award winning filmmakers Hakeem Khaaliq and Queen Muhammad Ali along with National hiphop Activist Jasiri X in association with 1Hood. He will also be debuting his new album “Black Liberation Theology” and discussing how hiphop can be used as a tool for Social Change.
If you are in Pittsburg or surrounding areas, come join us for an evening of informative entertainment, social upliftment and engaging dialogue! Doors open at 7:00 pm, and we will be showing the film soon thereafter so come early! This is a free event for all ages so bring your entire family! This film is not available online and is only being screened in selective private theaters and venues, so don’t miss out!!
Bars4Justice is a documentary film shot on location in St Louis and Ferguson. The film follows Emcee / Community activist Jasiri X who was invited to perform at a benefit concert on August 9th 2015 along with Common, Talib Kweli, Immortal Technique, Cornell West, and Bree Newsome.
About Black Liberation Theology:
Black Liberation Theology is an album that investigates what is the belief system that eventually will lead to Black Liberation. This long awaited release features David Banner, Rhymefest, Tef Poe, Jacquea Mae, and 1Hood. Stellar production by Akil Esoon, Idasa Tariq, Black Czer, Twilight Tone and RLGN lays the foundation for Black Liberation Theology!
The launch party film screening, album debut, and live Q&A discussion with Queen Muhammad Ali, Hakeem Khaaliq, and Jasiri X on Hip Hop’s roll in activism locally and nationally will take place on November 24th 2015 at:
5530 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
For more info on the event contact:
Location + Parking
Space is limited (so come early)
All ages welcomed
In order of appearance
Fubar St Louis
Tory Russell (Hands up United)
Kayla Reed (OBS)
The Ferguson Poet
Bun B (UGK)
M1 (Dead Prez)
Family of Mike Brown
Rev. Renita Lamkin
Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou
Rev Traci Blackmon
Rahiel Tesfamariam (Urban Cusp)
Rabbi Susan Talve ( Reform Congregation)
Rev Michael McBride
Deray Mckesson (We The Protesters)
Andre Anderson, Chief of Police Ferguson