POP WILL HAVE MEMORIAL TRIBUTE FOR GIL NOBLE ON MAY 24TH (revised)

PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATION FOR PROGRESS

POST OFFICE BOX 22505
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07101-2505
(973) 801-0001

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
LAWRENCE HAMM (973) 801-0001

PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATION FOR PROGRESS (POP)
WILL HAVE MEMORIAL TRIBUTE FOR FALLEN COMRADE
GIL NOBLE

The People’s Organization For Progress (POP) will hold memorial
tribute for Gil Noble on Thursday, May 24, 2012, 6:30 p.m. at the
Abyssinian Baptist Church 224 West Kinney Street in Newark, New
Jersey. The church is located on West Kinney between Prince and
Broome
Streets.

Gilbert Edward Gil Noble was born February 22, 1932 and passed away
on April 5, 2012.

Gil Noble produced and hosted one of the first black public-affairs
programs since 1968, Like It Is, chronicling of current and
historical events and personalities in which he secured the copyright
to all of the “Like it Is” shows from the 1960s onward wanting them
used to educate schoolchildren and interested adults.

This memorial program is open to the public and all are welcome to
come to hear and speak words of encouragement for family and friends.

For more information call 973-801-0001

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