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Saturday May 23th, 2015   1:00PM-5:00PM

For further information, please call (201) 562-9890

1783: George Washington Entering New York (Evacuation Day)

Manhattan’s Struggle for Human Freedom
Against The Slave Power of Virginia

This Memorial Day Weekend, New York-area LaRouche movement activists will be participating in a tour of various Manhattan historic sites, all of which represent critical events in the foundation and perpetuation of the American Republic. We will meet at 1:00PM on Saturday at Grant's Tomb at West 122nd Street and Riverside Drive.

In preparation, we encourage everyone to study Robert Ingraham's ground-breaking paper "Manhattan’s Struggle for Human Freedom Against The Slave Power of Virginia" (click on link above).  This document represents the beginning of a long overdue discussion regarding the actual origin of the American Republic and U.S. Constitution vs. the outright fairy tales taught in virtually every university today. 

NB: Please be sure to wear comfortable shoes, as the tour includes quite a bit of walking. For further information, please call (201) 562-9890.
Please note the other upcoming "Manhattan Project" events below.

Thursday, May 21st (and every Thursday)--6:30pm-8:00PM
Schiller Institute NYC Community Chorus, Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church 152 West 66th Street (between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway) New York, NY. Beginners welcome! For more information, call Michelle 347-387-3932.

Saturday, June 6th--Special Schiller Institute New York City Conference,  details TBA.