Monday, Nov. 7, 2022, marks Black Solidarity Day, a day in which Black people in the United States take a “day of absence” to make an assessment of the struggle for freedom and plan the way forward. 

Black Solidarity Day is held annually by the December 12th Movement on the Monday before Election Day in the Black community and calls for “No Work, No School, No Shopping.”

A rally will be held at the New Canaan Baptist Church on Black Solidarity Day at 7 p.m. at 228 Putnam Ave. between Nostrand and Bedford Avenues in Brooklyn. For more information, call 718-398-1766.

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  1. I DON’T LIK THIZ ARTICLE,U DONT GIVE ANY CREDIT 2 OUR BLACKNIFICENT BELOVED BROTHA, CARLOS RUSSELL WHO STARTED THIZ DAY N THE 60’S
    DAMN SHAME!!!!!!!!!?

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