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22
Aug

Justice for Alvin ‘Boo’ Motley! Turn the volume up on Black Power! Justice and self-determination for the entire African community!

Memphis, TN – On Saturday, August 7, 2021, at about 7pm, Alvin ‘Boo’ Motley was shot dead by a white security guard.  ‘Boo’ was asked to turn down the volume of his music by the white security guard. Boo said: “Let’s talk like men.” Boo was shot dead. ‘Boo’ was a loving entertainer who loved

18
Aug

All Around the World, Africans Need to be Free. InPDUM Branch Leaders Call On You to Attend the 2021 InPDUM Convention

SOUTH PHILLY NEEDS POWER IN ITS OWN HANDS The  oppression of the African African community of Philly has only gotten more intense in recent years as more casinos have been built throughout the state of Pennsylvania.  In 2015 Pennsylvania was dubbed the 2nd largest casino hub in the nation. There are 14 casinos in Pennsylvania

26
Jul

All Roads Lead to the 2021 InPDUM Convention!

It’s 2021, let’s get it done! You are invited to attend the 2021 Convention of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM). From September 3-5, InPDUM will be convening a historic convention where we will discuss black problems and black solutions made by black people.  Brothers and sisters, let’s get it done. Let’s unite and

09
Jun

InPDUM invites you to the Garment Factory Naming Contest!

Garment Factory Naming Contest! Enter Today Before It’s Too Late! Black Star Industries is excited to announce plans to build our first major economic institutionin Occupied Azania (South Africa)—a Garment Factory, which is slated to open in the Vaal, Gauteng in 2022/2023. We will design, manufacture and sell our own revolutionary garments and fabrics internationally.

20
May

It’s Not About One Cop, We’re Putting America on Trial: President Kalambayi reports on the Minneapolis Uprising.

Leading up to the Derek Chauvin verdict, members of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM), under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) travelled from far and wide to Minneapolis, MN to participate in the uprising occurring on the ground. African Resistance Now was able to speak with Kalambayi Andenet, the International

29
Apr

“African Internationalism” by: Langston Peace aka Ausar Brillz

Lamumba and NkrumahSaw black men and womenClaim Pan African to gain status and richesAppeased the ruling class but kept the masses from winningSent troop attacks like MOVE, IraqOr distract through religionRealized the last front and tactic divisionBy white power hidden behind black symbolismWe turned a radical visionInto a practical missionThat begins with African Internationalism We

29
Apr

“COVID-92” by: Ikemba Bomani-Ojore

Times are precarious under the laws of a nefarious regime developing perilous schemes to wipe out the population,  and through the propagation of propaganda,  they incite provocation through misinformation and slander,  as we meander through life, with no purpose or destination,  the ruling class are planning our perpetual enslavement,  how easy it is to control

29
Apr

Daunte Wright and the Fight to Come: a report from InPDUM Minneapolis member, Jamaal Abegaz

ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON April 11, 2021, an African couple, mother and father were stopped by Brooklyn Center Police in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, U.S.A. allegedly for an expired registration. The driver’s name was Daunte Wright. The pig (police) Kim Potter, the president of her police union, shortly thereafter assassinated Daunte Wright. Daunte was 20 years old

09
Apr

DMX was the Voice of the Oppressed Black Community

“When the album came out, he had a legendary show at the Apollo. He tore that shit down, ended with “Prayer” and started crying. And when he closed with the lines “so if it takes for me to suffer for my brother to see the light, give me pain till I die, but please, Lord,

01
Mar

Prisons and Police: A Colonial Issue

By: Yaasante Often when people discuss police and prisons, they are referred to as examples of institutionalized racism. How accurately does this coinage by Kwame Ture portray these elements of modern society? Similar language is used in  Are Prisons Obsolete, where Angela Davis refers to slavery, lynching, and segregation as “historical expressions of racism” (pg.25).