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OUR RESISTANCE PLEDGE

Let January 20, 2017 be a day of resistance and the start of us being #Ungovernable.

“Make yourself unavailable for servitude”- Toni Cade Bambara

We pledge to create a resistance movement that makes Trump unable to govern our oppression; unable to deceive the people, to make the people accept his reign of hatred. 168 more words

Black Politics

Stop Calling People Coons

With people becoming increasingly “woke,” I’ve witnessed some of the most horrific treatment from black people to other black people with different opinions. I’ve most likely participated in some of it as well. 811 more words

Race & Culture

ASSATA SHAKUR, EXCLUDING THE NIGHTMARE AFTER THE DREAM:

Dhoruba al-Mujahid bin Wahad is an American writer and activist, who is a former prisoner, Black Panther Party leader, and co-founder of the Black Liberation Army. 6,228 more words

Black America

Afrikan Self Help: First Testament. Part 5. Revolution.

Revolution, is there a specific time period which a revolution should take place? Is it something that happens in due time, naturally? The majority will complain about the circumstances that they are in but only a small group within that majority will look for change. 520 more words

Black Politics

Afrikan Self Help: First Testament.

Twenty-two years into South Africa’s democracy and one of the biggest challenge we face is black on black egos fighting over power. Most believe that there is one God, or at least a higher power that rules supreme over us. 495 more words

Black Politics

WHEN WE ALL WORK, WE ALL MOVE: MAKING BLACK LIBERATION REAL

Rapheal Randall delivered this speech on October 23, 2016 at the “Black Liberation Strategies Then & Now” panel hosted in Philadelphia, PA by Catalyst Project, the MOVE Organization, and Youth United For Change as part of Catalyst Project’s Anne Braden Program. 1,727 more words

Black Politics

Black Hibernation Month

For the months of October and February in the UK and America there are celebrations which look at the history and tradition of black people according to how the funders set the stall out. 481 more words

Black Community Development