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New Orleans will be hosting a Reparations meeting from November 30- December 2nd. Members of NAARC (National African American Reparations Commission) CARICOM ( Caribbean Community) N'COBRA and other key forces are gathering to assess and discuss the current status of t...

November 27, 2017

Reparations is a fundamental demand that has to be understood as both reform and revolution.  As reform we can fight for specific changes that can immediately address social issues.  Some good examples are jobs and a decent wage system, health care for all, free access...

Last week, I attended the latter half of the Unity March for Puerto Rico. When I arrived at the Lincoln Memorial, Lin Manuel-Miranda was finishing his speech and people were proudly waving the Puerto Rican flag everywhere. My mentor finally found me among the sea of pe...

          

             The recent upsurge of Black resistance and fight backs against the growing tide of racism and capitalist attacks on our peoples human rights shows us that we must unite isolated fragmented battlefront...

November 20, 2017

This is the beginning of a process to have national discussions of critical issues facing the Black Liberation Movement.  This is an open invitation to activists to join in this conversation.  We call on all militants of the Black liberation struggle to study these dia...

The Black Liberation Unity Committee (BLUC) with the completion of the 45th Edition (Monday, Sept 4th, 2017) made a decision to transition responsibility for editing and getting the bulletin out on its established weekly schedule on Mondays to  an expanded  collective...

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On October 26-29, 2017, 300 people from 70 organizations active in social justice struggles in all 13 Southern states, Puerto Rico, rural Oregon, and beyond participated in the Southern Movement Assembly's (SMA) 7th convergence.

Seventy-five perc...

The alignment of the fragmentation of the Black Liberation Movement is a much needed course of action, especially now. While the urgency of now is upon us, the alignment of forces must take place in our various battlefronts. In the recent Black Activism Freedom Reports...

Detroit held the “promise” of the good life for working class Black folks. Thousands of ancestors and elders fled terrorism in the South and in Detroit were able to make more money than ever before in and near the auto industry. The automobile industry in Detroit “prom...

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Whitaker’s, NC— Around 250 representatives from rural and urban community organizations, academics, and advocacy groups across North Carolina gathered at the 19th annual North Carolina Environmental Justice Summit. Groups from Virginia and South...

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