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* General Assembly MeetingGeneral Assembly Meeting

Time: 6:30 pm

6:30 PM, Abyssinian Baptist Church, 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ 07103. You're invited to join us.

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* General Assembly MeetingGeneral Assembly Meeting

Time: 6:30 pm

6:30 PM, Abyssinian Baptist Church, 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ 07103. You're invited to join us.

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* General Assembly MeetingGeneral Assembly Meeting

Time: 6:30 pm

6:30 PM, Abyssinian Baptist Church, 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ 07103. You're invited to join us.

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* General Assembly MeetingGeneral Assembly Meeting

Time: 6:30 pm

6:30 PM, Abyssinian Baptist Church, 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ 07103. You're invited to join us.

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13 Comments

  • tyrone bodison says:

    Power to the people, Hi Mr. Hamm this is Tyrone Bodison a supporting member off pop, in the last general assembly meeting on Thursday sep-01-2011 a question was raised, what do we hope to get out of this rallying. I have one suggestion. A long with the daily rallying we can getter a petition and at the end of the 381 days of rallying that petition can be given to our government officials.

  • TYRONE BODISON says:

    POWER TO THE POPLE,BRING THE TROOPS HOME.

  • Herb Way says:

    Will POP organize a Newark version of Occupy Wall Street?

  • Africana says:

    Please update your site. There are people around the country who want to support your/our work and want to know what you are doing, what you need and how we can help. Do you need money, pizzas, coffee, umbrellas or more buzz on the internet? Please let those of us who support you know what the current situation is for NJPOP.

  • barbara says:

    Raised and educated in Newark, NJ – 18th Avenue, Cleveland, West Side High, and was fortunate to graduate from Seton Hall U. Currently live in Oakland, CA where, as you know, we have many social justice challenges. Just a note to say I believe what you’re doing is the the most powerful grassroots organizing in the country,largely because you are doin’ the work in the community in which you live. CONGRATULATIONS !!

  • barbara white says:

    where are meetings? what time?

  • Gales says:

    POP meets each Thursday, 6:30 PM, Abyssinian Baptist Church, 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ.

  • lisa says:

    I attended the march for justice for Trayvon Martin on March 31st in Newark. Gotta say, as wonderful as it was, it should have been so much bigger. No one really knew about it. The only flyers that were seen were downtown and if you don’t go downtown often, chances ae you missed it. Advertise…have people pass out flyers…reach out to youth organizations…after all, it’s them we are trying to make it better for…Please….redo this march….I think Newark can come much harder than we did. Thanks for making it possible.

  • Gordon Dwight Gates says:

    I agree with some of the other commentators in the fact that the organization and it’s events need better exposure to the people of Newark.I am a Newark resident and espouse to the core values of your organization and would like to be an active participant.The only way I am even familiar with the organization and it’s events though is by way of WBAI 99.5 in New York.Once I got the info from WBAI I went to the website but the calender and website do require updating.I would have liked to attend the Malcolm X celebration was not aware of it until late the same night again from WBAI .Please give us Newark Exposure and thank you for your good work.

  • Jacqueline Moore says:

    I have a small group of children that would like to do some community work. Such as work at a soup kitchen can you help me? Is there someone I can speak with concerning this issue?

  • Angenetta says:

    Dear Supporters,

    We would like to invite you to become a voting member of the People’s Organization for Progress. You can do this by paying the yearly membership dues of only $25.00.

    We all have a vision of what we believe the world should be like; together we can find some solutions to problems that face our community by taking one step at a time, one person at a time, one letter at a time. And of course the first step is knowing in your heart you want to do something…the second step is getting with people who want to do something too; and then make some plans for action, together. This is what P.O.P. is about, planning and acting.

    1st Step: Become a member by sending $25 to, POP, P. O. Box 22505, Newark, NJ 07101-2505

    2nd Step: Join a committee – AntiViolence, AntiWar, Prison, Publicity/Media, Reparations, Newsletter, International, etc.

    3rd Step: Find out what role you will assume in the form of action – Write letters, march, speaker, build membership, build new branch, organize, etc.

    We thank you for sharing with us your most precious resource, your time, to better the lives in our communities.

    Chair of the membership.

  • Angenetta says:

    For further inquiries on becoming a member:

    Call 973-809-4604 (text)
    Email angenettapop@gmail.com (preferred)

  • Brenda Way says:

    My church runs a flea market every saturday and we believe it would be a good place to do voter registration. We are looking to partner with the National Association of University Women. At one of your presentations, you indicated that someone could come out to tell us how to get started doing voter registration. Please let me know if that is feasible?

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