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InPDUM members inform the African community on COVID-19

“When white America has a cold, Black America gets pneumonia”- Malcolm X InPDUM understands that, during times of crisis, the African community is hit the hardest. Due to the lack of resources, inability to access healthcare and difficulty to feed, clothe and house ourselves that have characterized our existence as oppressed, colonial subjects, we are


COVID-19 Tips: How to Prepare for Self-Quarantine and Lockdown

*Courtesy of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project How long should I prepare for? At least 14 days are recommended for a self-quarantine, while the duration of a lockdown depends on the decision of a local government. Given the likelihood that more and more people around the world will be stuck at home,


Introducing Uhuru Shulé: InPDUM’s virtual freedom school

By: Matsemela Odom, InPDUM San Diego Uhuru Shule–San Diego’s Virtual Freedom School San Diego InPDUM demands Black Community Control of Schools! In early March, African families in San Diego were met with deeply unorganized and confusing updates regarding local school district responses to the COVID-19 crisis.  By Friday March 13th, all the public schools had


Now is the Time for Collective Freedom

By: Muambi Tangu International Membership Coordinator, InPDUM I woke up feeling good. Building socialism. Socialism is replacing capitalism- socialism in the hands of the African working class. The majority of humanity works to be on the correct side of history. The majority of humanity is colonized, oppressed, exploited. Some of us call it the new


Public events suspended until further notice

Uhuru comrades! As a precautionary method to help keep our communities safe, The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement has determined that it will be in the best interest of the people that we suspend all public meetings, events, rallies and mobilizations until further notice. We understand that in times of crisis like these, African and


Freedom’s Cry: The Need for Duel and Contending Power in Videogaming

By: Matsemela Odom, InPDUM San Diego A comrade once said African internationalism can be used to explain everything “including this straw.”  If African Internationalism could be used to explain the colonial-capitalist production of straws in relation to the African Working Class, it can surely be used to explain the video game industry.   This article is


InPDUM members in Chicago Honor our African Martyrs

Hold high the African Martyr! On February 24th, 2020 Chicago Inpdum members held an African Martyrs Day event at the Thurgood Marshall library on the Southside of Chicago. Members from the community celebrated the lives of Patrice Lumumba, Mike Brown, Omowale Kefing, Musa Abantu, Dakota Bright, Rekia Boyd, Nipsey Hussle and many others! Amilcar Cabral,