The International Peoples Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) would like to extend an invitation to you to attend the 12th World Tribunal for Reparations to African People in the U.S. to be held November 15th and 16th, 2003 in Philadelphia, PA at the International House located at 3701 Chestnut Street. In 1982, black people, denied recourse through domestic courts, put the U.S. government on trial for violating international law in its treatment of the African community. An international panel of judges found the U.S. guilty and owing $4.1 trillion dollars in stolen labor alone, with damages yet to be set for pain and suffering. Subsequent sessions of the Tribunal have compiled further testimony and evidence that has been entered into the growing body of documentation supporting the demand of African people for reparations. Chimurenga Waller is President of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement, sponsor of the upcoming Tribunal. He says “400 years is too long to owe anybody anything! African people demand our human rights to self-determination and reparations under international law.” This year’s session in Philadelphia will focus on the issues of police brutality and the prison and education systems. A full list of scheduled witnesses can be viewed on InPDUM's website - http://www.inpdum.org Also join us for “Reparations Now!” Cultural Banquet to be held Friday, November 14th, 2003 at 7 pm at Oshiver Hall located at 3901 Market St. Registration for the World Tribunal is FREE, tickets for the Cultural Banquet are $25 - $50 sliding scale. Pre-Register to secure your place at the World Tribunal today by going to http://www.inpdum.org and using the registration form! Space is limited!