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  • '''Black Lives Matter''' is closely affiliated with the [[Freedom Road Socialist Org ...held accountable for the crime he committed. It was a response to the anti-Black racism that permeates our society and also, unfortunately, our movements."
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  • [[Image:The-black-panther.jpg |thumb|500px]] ...p://marxists.org/history/usa/workers/black-panthers/index.htm Marxists.org Black Panthers History] accessed April 16, 2011</ref>
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  • Americans favor socialism over capitalism. The Black Black Rose Anarchist Federation
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  • ...f the [[Freedom Road Socialist Organization]] and the [[Organization for Black Struggle]] . [[Category:Organization for Black Struggle]]
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  • ...world, and from the nationwide activism arising out of Ferguson and the [[Black Lives Matter]] movements, to the growing momentum to end the Cuban embargo, '''Building the Black Lives Matter Movement:Assessments and Perspectives'''
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  • ...RSO Linking the Struggles: Amilcar Cabral and his impact and legacy in the Black Liberation Movement (Part 1) Posted on Friday December 28th, 2012 by Kali A ...her members of the [[Cooperation Jackson]] team to discuss ways in which [[Black Socialists of America]] can greater serve their vision at the micro level,
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  • ...ippi and founding member and President of the [[Mississippi Association of Black Mayors]], he initiated policies and provided services that benefited the un ...Thompson filed a lawsuit to increase funding at Mississippi’s historically black universities. With Thompson as lead plaintiff, the case was subsequently s
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  • '''Sendolo Diaminah''' is a "black, queer communist" living and organizing in [[Durham]], [[North Carolina]]. While he's from [[Michigan]], his passion and commitment to Black liberation has brought him to the South, specifically Durham North Carolina
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  • ...in Kalamazoo, member of [[Growing Food and Justice for All]] (GFJI) and [[Black Farmers Urban Gardeners Network]]. Dara believes in the power of people org In September 2019 '''{{PAGENAME}}''' was one of 100 black leaders, many affiliated with [[Liberation Road]] who signed [[A letter fro
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  • ...talism with Indigenous capitalism. You cannot fight nationalism with hyper-nationalism. You can only fight fire with water. And the solution to all these ills—a ...ised on exclusion and white supremacy. We adopt a revolutionary Indigenous nationalism that aligns with the most oppressed and marginalized first, within and outs
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  • *[[Black Panther Party]] * [[Black United Front]]
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  • ==Black Dialogue== ...h could serve a wide variety of opinions, they labeled their own effort "[[Black Dialogue]]" in an attempt to provide a forum for open discussion of literar
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  • '''Nationalism, Anti-Imperialism, and International Solidarity Today:''' *[[Saladin Muhammad]], [[Black Workers for Justice]], [[Electrical Workers]]
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  • How Kamala Harris’s Immigrant Parents Found a Home, and Each Other, in a Black Study Group ...ower in Jamaica, the way a small number of whites had cultivated a “native Black elite” in order to mask extreme social inequality.
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  • ...Sundays, they gathered with a group of like-minded students to discuss the black writers overlooked by the university curriculum and debate about politics, ...pus than on, where fewer than a hundred of Berkeley’s 20,000 students were black. United by a sense of isolation and displacement, a dozen of them began to
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  • ...] studying with revolutionaries from all over the world and moved from the Black Nationalist thinking of his student days to a deeper understanding of the c ...THANK YOU. You have made the decision to do battle with me and the entire Black community in this city, this state, and this country, and in this world of
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  • ...ir website, they "want immediate end to police brutality and the murder of black people by those that perpetuate capitalism and white supremacy." ...nge]] which showed a consistent issue of Police Brutality as it relates to black, brown, and poor whites. [[Clinton Allen]] was murdered on March 10th 2013
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  • ...ernationally acclaimed book, BLOODS: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by Black Veterans, was named one of the five best nonfiction books of the year by Ti ...umously in 2007. MISSING PAGES is a collection of nineteen interviews with black men and women who were pioneers in journalism.
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  • *Moderator: [[Milton Allimadi]], of [[Black Star News]], and the [[Global Information Network]] '''Race & Racism: Reimagining 1968: The Black Power Movement and its Legacies:'''
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  • ...was third generation CP, from a Russian Jewish background. He grew up in a black, working class part of Philly and went to Penn until he dropped out to go w ...North Philadelphia (black) section, mostly those who had been part of the black caucus which had formed a few years earlier and maintained a precarious exi
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  • ...lege in Bronxville, New York and the author of A Nation Within: Baraka and Black Power Politics.<ref>http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/aafa/print/aafa_aarl01-001.h ...odern Black Convention Movement: A History of the Black Revolt and The New Nationalism, 1966-1976 exemplifies Dr. Woodard's "tremendous interest in African Americ
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  • ==A Vision for Black Lives== An Immediate End to the Criminalization and Dehumanization of Black Youth Across All Areas of Society Including, but Not Limited to, Our Nation
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  • ...signated anthropologist or sociologist to be assigned to work on Mongolian nationalism (a field Lattimore later worked in). ...]] and its sympathizers, the [[World Peace Council]], the [[Hanoi Lobby]], black extremists, mainly marxists, radical Christians, and Arab/Arab-American org
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  • ...zing Upgrade]], [[Purvi Shah]] ([[Movement Law Lab]], founder of [[Law for Black Lives]]), [[Isaac Ontiveros]] Labor organizer health sector, [[Jayanni Webs ...k we must do outside of elections. so join your union, join the official [[Black Lives Matter]] chapter, give to the candidates who are going on to the gene
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  • ...ronting black America and Africa.<ref>[http://www.theblackscholar.org/ The Black Scholar]</ref> It is based in [[California]]. ...nternational political leaders come to grips with basic issues confronting black America and Africa".
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  • “We have long known that racial disparities exist in health outcomes for Black and brown communities, but the federal government has yet to tackle the mai ...[Indivisible]], along with a coalition of grassroots groups, labor unions, Black, Brown and Indigenous leaders from across the nation, and members of Congre
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  • ...North Philadelphia (black) section, mostly those who had been part of the black caucus which had formed a few years earlier and maintained a precarious exi ...Chicago. Most of the delegates were working class; a high proportion were black or Puerto Rican. The most prominent individuals present were [[Harry Haywoo
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  • ...y working on a book tentatively entitled The End of White World Supremacy: Black Internationalism and the Problem of the Color Line. ...exemplary work which I place on a par with classics such as Robert Allen's Black Awakening in Capitalist America (1970), Bob Blauner's Racial Oppression in
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  • ...50s, the city was ruled by Republicans; its population was only 12 percent black. Over the next decade, that changed dramatically because of people like Har ...to injustice, she “chose and was welcomed to and enveloped in [Berkeley’s] black community” from “almost the moment she arrived,” Harris writes in her
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  • *[[Timuel Black]], School Community Coordinator ==GSA Conference" 'Globalization, Race and the New Nationalism'==
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  • ...President of the Kentucky [[ACLU]]), Fr. [[Jim Flynn]], [[Eddie Davis]], [[Black Caucus]] and Educational Outreach [[Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and P ==GSA Conference" 'Globalization, Race and the New Nationalism'==
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  • '''Black Workers and the Current Economic Crisis:''' *[[Tim Schermerhorn]], [[Black Workers Network]] and [[Transport Workers Union]]
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  • =='Globalization, Race and the New Nationalism'== ...research and ideas. The overall theme was 'Globalization, Race and the New Nationalism'. It was the 17th year the GSA has met, and the organization now has about
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  • ..., and growing attention to the institutional brutalities committed against Black people. The Trump administration is steering the U.S. towards a precipice, ...sts and organizations are reckoning with the ascent of authoritarian white nationalism to the White House and the GOP’s headlock on 25 state governments and Con
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  • ==GSA Conference" 'Globalization, Race and the New Nationalism'== ...research and ideas. The overall theme was 'Globalization, Race and the New Nationalism'. It was the 17th year the GSA has met, and the organization now has about
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  • ...e vio­lence has acti­vat­ed a com­mu­ni­ty that is des­per­ate for change. Black and Brown com­mu­ni­ties, mean­while, are the ones Trump is work­ing h
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  • ...gy and Infectious Diseases. The letter made such claims as "COVID-19 among Black patients is yet another lethal manifestation of white supremacy" and was si ...t off by the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, among many other Black lives taken by police. A public health response to these demonstrations is
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  • ...and Islamophobia, as well as religious bigotry of all kinds, condemns anti-Black racism and xenophobia, and condemns physical threats against any members of ...t to engage in legitimate political debate. With the current rise of white nationalism and xenophobia, bigotry certainly includes but also certainly extends well
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  • ...name is Dr. [[Khalid al-Mansour]],(formerly [[Donald Warden]], mentor of [[Black Panther Party]] founder [[Huey Newton]] and his associate, [[Bobby Seale]]) ...pus than on, where fewer than a hundred of Berkeley’s 20,000 students were black. United by a sense of isolation and displacement, a dozen of them began to
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  • ...udia Jones School for Political Education]]. Featuring long-time labor and Black liberation activist [[Bill Fletcher, Jr.]], the event was co-sponsored by [ ...His remarks were followed by a spoken word performance about the legendary Black Communist, [[Claudia Jones]], namesake of the new political educational sch
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  • ...silopoulou]]) and numerous articles, and editor of the journal Nations and Nationalism. ...n African and African American History. She was board member and the first Black woman as Co-Executive Director of the [[Highlander Research and Education C
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  • .... Founded by, and primarily composed of the most violent elements of the [[Black Panther Party]] (BPP), the BLA engaged in what was referred to as "armed st ...Eldridge Cleaver]], as a response to what the more violent factions of the Black Panthers perceived as "selling out" the "armed struggle" <ref>David Horowit
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  • ...VE to fight white supremacy? This session will cover how CVE and its twin, Black Identity Extremism, function; the historical roots of surveillance in the U ...focus to the fact that, by design, policing and incarceration criminalize Black people and communities of color. When people are deemed eligible for releas
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  • ...PL-WSA is objectively counter-revolutionary. They viciously slander the [[Black Panther Party]], call [[Ho Chi Minh]] a ’puppet’ and a ’traitor,’ a ...ning the SDS charge that WSA and PLP had denounced the [[Ho Chi Minh]] and Black Panther leadership, a WSA member stated “This was a distortion, but not a
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  • ...PL-WSA is objectively counter-revolutionary. They viciously slander the [[Black Panther Party]], call [[Ho Chi Minh]] a ’puppet’ and a ’traitor,’ a ...ning the SDS charge that WSA and PLP had denounced the [[Ho Chi Minh]] and Black Panther leadership, a WSA member stated “This was a distortion, but not a
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  • ...PL-WSA is objectively counter-revolutionary. They viciously slander the [[Black Panther Party]], call [[Ho Chi Minh]] a ’puppet’ and a ’traitor,’ a ...ning the SDS charge that WSA and PLP had denounced the [[Ho Chi Minh]] and Black Panther leadership, a WSA member stated “This was a distortion, but not a
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  • ...PL-WSA is objectively counter-revolutionary. They viciously slander the [[Black Panther Party]], call [[Ho Chi Minh]] a ’puppet’ and a ’traitor,’ a ...ning the SDS charge that WSA and PLP had denounced the [[Ho Chi Minh]] and Black Panther leadership, a WSA member stated “This was a distortion, but not a
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  • ...PL-WSA is objectively counter-revolutionary. They viciously slander the [[Black Panther Party]], call [[Ho Chi Minh]] a ’puppet’ and a ’traitor,’ a ...ning the SDS charge that WSA and PLP had denounced the [[Ho Chi Minh]] and Black Panther leadership, a WSA member stated “This was a distortion, but not a
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  • ...nd their commitment to the South in this context.<ref>[REVOLUTIONARY BLACK NATIONALISM FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: INTERVIEW WITH KALI AKUNO by Riad Azar and Sa
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  • ...nd their commitment to the South in this context.<ref>[REVOLUTIONARY BLACK NATIONALISM FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: INTERVIEW WITH KALI AKUNO by Riad Azar and Sa
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  • ...ty rates have gone up. Racial disparities that impose special penalties on black and brown people remain hidden inside terrifyingly high rates of unemployme ...nified questions of national sovereignty, identity and citizenship. Ultra-nationalism has become the most prominent form of opposition to globalism. In Europe a
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  • ...articulated a revolutionary program for African Americans that fused Black nationalism with Marxism-Leninism. Its goal was to develop revolutionary cadre in the n ...evolutionary activism. During the 1967 Detroit Rebellion, RAM formed the [[Black Guards]], a youth group that hoped to channel the spontaneous rebellion int
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  • *[[Robert Chrisman]] Editor and publisher of [[The Black Scholar]] *[[Charles Belle]] Syndicated business columnist representing the [[National Black Publishers Association]]
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  • ...y had a presence and had a free breakfast program in our area, where Black Nationalism was in the fabric of social life, you just can’t help it. Race becomes th ...the communist Workers party...with strong roots in the Asian American and Black Liberation movements. We were as concerned about the racist murder of Vince
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  • ...etter to White Unitarian Universalists Struggling With Their Commitment to Black Lives Matter]</ref> ==Black Lives Matter==
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  • ...New York City. He is a recent Ph.D. after many years in the movement for black liberation and social change<ref>http://leftforum.org/node/21</ref>. ...ry, New York University Press, 1999) and The End of White World Supremacy: Black Internationalism and the Problem of the Color Line (Temple University Pre
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  • ...s led a life of commitment to the Philippine people's struggle for genuine nationalism and democracy for over 20 years, starting from his student activist days at ...California invites all our members and supporters to meet Ericka Huggins (Black Panther Party) for a history lesson and educational discussion. Hosted by L
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  • '''Black Politics in America''' '''Discourse, Ethics and Intellectuals Life in Black'''
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  • '''An Open Letter on Anti-Asian Racism & Christian Nationalism''' was circulated by [[Lucas Kwong]] in 2021. :''We abhor the racism against our Black, Brown, and Indigenous brothers and sisters, which continues to stain the w
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  • ==The Movement for Black Lives== The [[Black Lives Matter]] "Movement for Black Lives" conference was held in [[Cleveland]] [[Ohio]], July 24-26, 2015.
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  • ...rofessorship, in 1969, after the university, in response to the demands of black students, established the Department of Afro-American Studies. After his re ...nt of Justice by the Clintons, but whose extremist views, both marxist and black nationalist, causes her nomination to be withdrawn before she had a hearing
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  • ...articulated a revolutionary program for African Americans that fused Black nationalism with Marxism-Leninism. Its goal was to develop revolutionary cadre in the n ...evolutionary activism. During the 1967 Detroit Rebellion, RAM formed the [[Black Guards]], a youth group that hoped to channel the spontaneous rebellion int
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  • '''Malcolm X''' (May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965) was a radical Black Nationalist who was active in the 1950s and 1960s. His father, Earl Little, was a Baptist minister and avid supporter of Black Nationalist leader [[Marcus Garvey]]. In 1929 their Lansing, Michigan home
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  • ...in 1787 to protect slavery. This legacy of the most brutal oppression of Black people has become the means that enabled the election of Trump and Pence. ::Fascism foments and relies on xenophobic nationalism, racism, misogyny, and the aggressive re-institution of oppressive “tradi
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  • ...out the impacts of the war on drugs, militarization, and state violence in Black communities. Leaders from OFRANEH shared how the ancestral lands of the Gar ...mocratic Socialist of America Birmingham]] Chapter 🌹, [[SWEET Alabama]], [[Black Lives Matter Birmingham]], [[Dynamite Hill-Smithfield Community Land Trust]
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  • ...authorities, however, when they began attending civil rights meetings with Black students from what was then [[Alabama State College for Negroes]]. It was a Zellner understood that the Civil Rights Movement belonged to young Black southerners, but he was also “fighting for [his] own rights as well…I w
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  • *[[Manning Marable]] of [[Black Radical Congress]] *[[Muntu Matsimela]] of the [[Black Radical Congress]]
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  • ...ement or the [[Right to the City]] Alliance. They are generally left: pro-Black, pro-immigrant, pro-women and pro-worker. Most work on voter mobilization ..., with their cozy relationship with Wall Street? Will Harris be the first Black woman nominated by a major party? If it’s Biden, do we sit it out?''
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  • ...italize social justice infrastructure in the Black community and re-center Black leadership in the social justice movement. [[Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity]] Advisory Council 2015;
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  • ...at a formerly all-white high school. His mother became the school's first black office manager. Students called her "nigger" before they finally learned to ...ruary when tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of the capital. Black, white, gay, and straight, they came from churches and synagogues wearing r
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  • Featuring [[Gary Younge]], Author of "No Place Like Home: A Black Briton's Journey Through the Deep South" ...a formerly homeless father who came out of the [[Watts Uprisings]], the [[Black Student Movement]] and has been an organizer with the [[United Steelworkers
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  • ...dons in order to join the fight along Via Tolemaide. Other groups included black blocs as well as many people with no organizational affiliation...'' ...alition around right wing neo-populist ideology: taxpayer/homeowner/ethnic nationalism (read white) to counter a left-leaning multi-national urban mass that put O
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  • ...articulated a revolutionary program for African Americans that fused Black nationalism with Marxism-Leninism. Its goal was to develop revolutionary cadre in the n ...evolutionary activism. During the 1967 Detroit Rebellion, RAM formed the [[Black Guards]], a youth group that hoped to channel the spontaneous rebellion int
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  • As Asian Americans, we believe that our liberation is tied to Black liberation and we continue to dream about a world where all of our people w ...[[Nadia Khastagir]], [[Design Action Collective]] & [[Asian Americans for Black Lives]]; [[Jeff Adachi]], San Francisco Public Defender’s Office; and, [[
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  • This coalition puts a focus on diaspora, refugee, veteran, Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities who bear the brunt of this country’s m ...a progressive class politics as an alternative to Trump’s racist economic nationalism. Finally, we need to build a left that can help anchor a visionary alternat
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  • ...members, many of whom were already familiar with his writings on behalf of Black Liberation and African American equality. ...the publication of A Documentary History as a "...dream come true..." The Black press called it a "prodigious achievement." Unfortunately, however, like hi
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  • ...on Austin''' is a sociologist of racial relations with a specialization on black Americans. He is Director of the Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy program a ...tellectuals Are Failing Black America and Achieving Blackness: Race, Black Nationalism, and Afrocentrism in the Twentieth Century. He has published scholarly arti
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  • ...] and [[Paula Moya]] (Palgrave, 2006); Constructing the Nation: A Race and Nationalism Reader co-edited with [[Mariana Ortega]] (SUNY 2009); Saint Paul among the *[[Mildred Williamson]] [[Right to Life]] and [[Reproductive Justice for Black Women]]
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  • Resistance in [[Ferguson]], led primarily by young Black people, has continued for more than two months, with direct action, organiz ...e [[Millennial Activists United]], [[Hands Up United]], [[Organization for Black Struggle]], and [[Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment]]. We k
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  • ...ie]], [[Patrisse Cullors]] of [[Black Lives Matter]], activists of three [[Black Lives Matter]] chapters in the United States, supporters of a new splinter ...a progressive class politics as an alternative to Trump’s racist economic nationalism. Finally, we need to build a left that can help anchor a visionary alternat
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  • As Asian Americans, we believe that our liberation is tied to Black liberation and we continue to dream about a world where all of our people w *[[Angela Peoples]], [[Black Womxn For]]
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  • ...Campbell]], the subject being "Foreign or local ownership: is New Zealand nationalism progressive?"<ref>[[Socialist Action]] August 1 1975 page 7</ref> ...l Rights Defense Fund]]. The documents also noted visits to New Zealand by black antiwar GI and socialist [[Andrew Pulley]], in 1976.<ref>[[Socialist Action
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  • ...community organizing around social justice issues in the US and democratic nationalism in the Philippines. They openly supported the [[Communist Party of the Phil ...rg/history/erol/ncm-1/kerry-t.pdf Turn to the Working Class: The New Left, Black Liberation,and the U.S. Labor Movement (1967-1981), accessed May 16 2017]</
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  • Featuring [[Gary Younge]], Author of "No Place Like Home: A Black Briton's Journey Through the Deep South" ...a progressive class politics as an alternative to Trump’s racist economic nationalism. Finally, we need to build a left that can help anchor a visionary alternat
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  • ...p with the Mexican American community would reduce "the implicit danger of nationalism" and help insurance against the targeting of Jews during the next "economic Cannon was committed to electing Black and Latino representatives at all levels of government. He helped to elect
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  • ...that struggle, Carl had the courage to follow his convictions, break with nationalism, and become a revolutionary communist, dedicating his life to the cause of ...police, with the approval of the whole power structure, bombed a house of Black radicals in 1985 and burned a city block to the ground, killing 11 people i
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  • ...articulated a revolutionary program for African Americans that fused Black nationalism with Marxism-Leninism. Its goal was to develop revolutionary cadre in the n ...evolutionary activism. During the 1967 Detroit Rebellion, RAM formed the [[Black Guards]], a youth group that hoped to channel the spontaneous rebellion int
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  • ...) and two government identified communists, [[Quentin Young]] and [[Timuel Black]]<ref>"The Nationwide Drive Against Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations Young and Black also went on to join Chicago [[Democratic Socialists of America]] (DSA).
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  • *[[Jesse Hagopian]] - National [[Black Lives Matter at School]] movement. *[[Anna Hackman]] [[Labor for Black Lives]]
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  • ...est African labor and social history with current emphasis on masculinity, nationalism, African involvement in World War II and slavery in Southeastern Nigeria. ...near North Elba, New York, was established by an abolitionist to give free Black men land to fulfill the financial requirement for the vote in New York Stat
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  • ...[Indivisible]], along with a coalition of grassroots groups, labor unions, Black, Brown and Indigenous leaders from across the nation, and members of Congre ...millions of union jobs while averting climate catastrophe to investing in Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities -- THRIVE’s top priorities are the fam
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  • ...Ark., and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The consensus was that if you were a black man living in America at that time your duty was to fight for justice, for ...ects that the successful exploitation of this right-wing brand of Southern nationalism has had in the New Orleans community. "In a way the South has been treated
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  • ...ngside campaigns to respond to anti-Semitism, its weaponization, and white nationalism. ..., and growing attention to the institutional brutalities committed against Black people. The Trump administration is steering the U.S. towards a precipice,
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  • *[[Felicia Eaves]], [[Black Voices for Peace]], [[United for Peace and Justice]] *[[Ajamu Dillahunt]], [[Black Solidarity Against War]], Raleigh, NC
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  • ...[[William Lamar]], whose Metropolitan AME Church in D.C.—the city’s oldest Black congregation—was trashed by Trumpites last December. ...al devastation, militarism, and the distorted moral narrative of religious nationalism that seeks to blame the poor instead of addressing systems that cause pover
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  • ...[[William Lamar]], whose Metropolitan AME Church in D.C.—the city’s oldest Black congregation—was trashed by Trumpites last December. ...al devastation, militarism, and the distorted moral narrative of religious nationalism that seeks to blame the poor instead of addressing systems that cause pover
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  • ...on a different kind of lynching, the trial of the "Scottsboro Boys," nine black youths falsely accused of rape in Alabama during the Depression years and s ...always against the system: the exploitation, the racism, the militaristic nationalism that have plaguedthis century, whether in the extreme form of Fascism or in
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  • ...a progressive class politics as an alternative to Trump’s racist economic nationalism. Finally, we need to build a left that can help anchor a visionary alternat ...oin [[Ash-Lee Henderson|Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson]] of the [[Movement for Black Lives]] and [[Freedom Road Socialist Organization|Freedom Road]], [[Calvin
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