New York City

Freedom Hall

113 West 128th St., New York, New York (between Malcolm X/Lenox & Adam Clayton Powell Blvds.)

Take subways #2 or 3 to 125th St.; #4, 5 or 6 to 125th St. and walk west four blocks; A, B, C or D to 125th St. and walk east three blocks.

Phone: (212) 222-0633
Email: fsp@nyct.net
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Public Hours
Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday 1:00-6:00pm
Or call for an appointment!

Freedom Hall is available for rent.
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Saturday, August 9, 1:00 PM

Open FSP Meeting: Updates and Discussion of Iraq and Gaza

We’ll take a critical look at the recent combustion of sectarian rage in Iraq, tracing its relation to war and occupation and the role played by the American government. For background on this issue, you can read more at “Fundamentalist onslaught in Iraq: made in USA."

The meeting will also include an update on Israeli aggression in Gaza and a discussion of actions here to support Palestinians. You can read the FSP statement: End the Israeli assault on Palestine!

The meeting is free. A tasty brunch (vegetarian-friendly) will be available at 1pm for a $10 donation. Meeting starts at 1:30pm at Freedom Hall, 113 W. 128th St. (just west of Malcolm X Blvd.; closest subway is #2/3 to 125th St.). If you’d like more information, call 212-222-0633


Thursday, August 21, 1:00 PM

International Protest to Free Nestora Salgado

Where: Mexican Consulate - 27 E 39th St, Manhattan (between Madison Ave and Park Ave)
When: Thursday, August 21, 1:00 PM

Nestora Salgado is an indigenous leader, a naturalized U.S. citizen and political prisoner in Mexico. She was seized without an arrest warrant by Mexican federal soldiers last August and as a result of her leadership role in community policing against organized crime, which has swept through the indigenous communities of the state of Guerrero over the last several years. For 12 months, she has been denied the right to see her lawyers. Orders to free her by a federal judge have been ignored. Kept in isolation without medical attention, she represents hundreds of people in self defense groups who have been jailed for defending their communities against powerful, politically connected criminal cartels. In Guerrero, indigenous people have the constitutional right to form such forces; they have been emulated in other states and communities by Mexicans who consider it a necessity for self-preservation and dignity.

And Nestora isn't the only one. In June, the Mexican government expanded its occupation and repression in Michoacán, arresting Dr. José Mireles and nearly 100 of his followers. They were on their way to regain public control of Lázaro Cárdenas port, the largest seaport in Mexico, from a drug cartel known as the Knights Templar. This criminal syndicate used the port to export goods and resources stolen from the people of the region. Today Nestora Salgado and Dr. José Mireles are powerful symbols of popular resistance against Mexican government corruption and unbridled crime. As U.S. military aid to Mexico increases, the violence continues.

Join us for a day of international protest.
Free Nestora Salgado!
Free Dr. José Mireles!
Free all political prisoners!
Stop the government repression of self-defense forces and indigenous leaders!
End U.S. military aid to Mexico!