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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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  • ...and then to Newark. His political outlook changed from liberalism to black nationalism, then to Marxism-Leninism, and, later, to socialism. Along the way, he join ...in Puerto Rico. There, he read widely. He came to believe that he was a black outsider in a predominantly white world. Again, as had happened at Rutgers
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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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  • ...d]], he persuaded the editor to publish a cartoon featuring five identical black men dribbling a basketball alongside a man in a Klan robe who was clutching .... When Bernard Goetz was acquitted of attempted murder after shooting four black men on a New York City subway, Ellison warned, “[I]t won’t be long befo
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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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