Young Lords Party 40th Anniversary and Reunion

Young Lords Party 40th Anniversary and Reunion, August 23rd @ 12 pm, First Spanish Methodist Church on Lexington Avenue and East 111th Street

“On July 26th, 1969 the Young Lords officially held it’s first event as an organization of young Puerto Rican revolutionaries. Although the overwhelmingly majority of the young women and men who founded the organization, or subsequently joined, did not understand it at the time, “the rest is history.”

Former members of the NYC branch invite you to commemorate the 40th anniversary. “Visions of Action, Impact and Legacy,” is the theme for the event. Other events to follow.”

First Spanish Methodist Church
163 E 111th St
New York, NY 10029-2809
(212) 289-5690‎

Read: On the 40-year anniversary of the founding of the Young Lords by a member of the Young Lords Party

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