ATLANTA COMMUNITY SAYS “NO” TO R KELLY
~R KELLY WILL NOT GO UNCHALLENGED!~
For Immediate Release
The Atlanta Community joins the Million Woman Movement (MWM) & Black Women's Defense League (BWDL) in saying…"Enough Is Enough!"
R Kelly WILL NOT come to Atlanta UNCONTESTED!
Protest Demonstration to be held at the
"R- Kelly Concert"
In front of The Fox Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 22nd and Friday, October 23, 2009 at 6:30 PM (concert begins at 7:30pm)
660 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30308
It's Time To Take A Stand...
Stand Up For Our Women and Let Our Daughters See That WE CARE...
October 6, 2009
The organized showing of Unity as a People, and the actions of distrainment, disgust, and protest start now....
Not JUST R Kelly, it is time to let the Music (Entertainment) Industry as a whole know we will no longer tolerate the disenfranchisement, degradation, and devaluing of Black women.
Let the protests, boycotts, and dialog begin!
We must once again operate under a strict code of accountability and responsibility. We’ve allowed a stance of complacency to fester for far too long. Our elders and ancestors would not be proud!
We have women and children to protect, and a great history and legacy to uphold.
"This demonstration will serve as a message to whomever, that if you are coming to or near Philly (or Atlanta), it’s not going to be unchallenged…
We don't care what the courts say; there is a price to pay to The Village." ---Empress Chi
We do extend the opportunity for R Kelly to convene with the Atlanta Village (extended family) to discuss the matter and set the table for accountability and reckoning.
Forgiveness is always an option, but one must first SEEK atonement.
Join the Fight to End the Industry's Abuse of Our Women & Girls…Help "Save Our Daughters"
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-471-5186 (Philadelphia)
gmail.com or 678-334-3592 (Atlanta)
IF WE DON’T PROTECT US WHO ELSE WILL?!
BWDL has set forth efforts to very clearly, specifically identify and relentlessly “STEP TO” any of those in the music industry (man or woman alike) who have supported and perpetuated the exploitation of Afrikan women. The intent is to collectively convey who they are and take action. BWDL and all supporters intend to do that in EVERY WAY POSSIBLE.
The names of the top ten artists, record labels, companies, etc. that have made it a priority to create and push the industry's stereotypic mind game and exploitive objectives, will be obtained by way of several polls conducted by the National MWM. These identifications will be released at the May 2010 Summit. MWM and BWDL will then begin the process and work to decrease the sales of these persons’ and/or companies’ concert tickets, CD's, clothing line products and so forth.
As mentioned above, before taking actions MWM, BWDL and their supporting communities we will be prepared to sit down with anyone to discuss this matter in a Village (extended family) and/or business manner; however, we will also be prepared to handle it in whatever way necessary.
The bottom line: THE MADNESS HAS GOT TO END NOW, AND IT WILL!