with Dominque Stevenson & Eddie Conway
Friday, April 15, 12:30 p.m.
@Southern California Library
6120 S. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90044
A truly amazing, authentic African American history lesson.
—Emory Douglas, Artist and former Minister of Culture, Black Panther Party
"Eddie Conway articulates past and present oppression and demonstrates the need
for continuing resistance. Read him."
—Bobby Seale, Founding Chairman of the Black Panther Party
Marshall "Eddie" Conway is a former member of the Baltimore chapter of the Black
Panther Party. In 1969, he uncovered evidence of FBI actions against the Black
Panther Party as part of the COINTELPRO initiative, and found himself locked away
one year later, convicted of a murder he did not commit. Read more....
Dominque Demetrea Stevenson is the co-author of Marshall Law: The Life and Times of
a Baltimore Black Panther, and the director of the American Friends Service
Committee's Maryland Peace with Justice Program. Read more....
Copies of Marshall Law: The Life & Times of a Baltimore Black Panther
will be available at the event.
Download a flyer (PDF)
For more info: www.socallib.org • facebook.com/socallib (323) 759-6063
The Library is located at 6120 S. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90044 (off the 110
Freeway, exit Slauson or Gage).We're accessible by MTA Bus 204 and Express Bus 754.
Street parking is available. Mapquest map and directions to the Library.