About

From 22-25 October 2021, in New York City and virtually, a Panel of Nine Jurists --- internationally esteemed legal scholars, human rights advocates, academics and faith leaders --- will convene to review the record of US policies regarding the human rights of Black, Brown, and Indigenous Peoples within their borders.

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Join us

The International Tribunal on US Human Rights Abuses Against Black, Brown and Indigenous Peoples was initiated by a coalition of groups calling themselves The Spirit of Mandela. Their website contains basic information, including registration for the Tribunal.

Time and Place

The 2021 International Tribunal will be live-streamed on this site, and will include in-person options for those registered in advance (see "Join Us" above).

From Friday, 22 October through Sunday, 24 October, the Tribunal will be held at 

The Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center,

3940 Broadway at West 165th Street

(Friday evening, 6-9 pm Eastern will be an Opening Cultural Celebration;

Saturday and Sunday will focus upon the Tribunal itself - expert and frontline testimonies, opening and closing arguments, from 10 am - 5 pm)

The Panel of Jurists will announce their Verdict in front of the United Nations on Monday, 25 October, from 12 - 2 pm Eastern.

 

All events will also be  live-streamed here

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