A Place Where All Black Bodies Can Organize for Black Liberation Together

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My Example If you've ever wanted to know what it takes to become a revolutionary.
 
My Example If you’ve ever wanted to know how to build an organization.
 
My Example To liberate your mind, body and soul from oppressive systems and behaviors.
 
My Example To bring all those ideals, dreams, and scribbs in your notepad into fruition.
My Example And how to make all those meetings, community service hours, protest, and conference calls to count.
 
My Example You have reached your destination.

Welcome to The Revolution

Our Blueprint for Black Liberation starts with a Cultural Revolution. We believe that before a revolution can happen you must set the conditions for liberation; those conditions start in the hearts and the minds of the people and manifest in the daily lives of those individuals.

What is Culture?

 We define Culture as practices, behaviors, beliefs and symbols shared by a group of people that they value and is maintained for future generations.

We define Culture as practices, behaviors, beliefs and symbols shared by a group of people that they value and is maintained for future generations.

What is a Revolution?

 A Revolution to us is a pattern of events that cause an abrupt change in society over a extended period of time.

A Revolution to us is a pattern of events that cause an abrupt change in society over a extended period of time.

 

What is a Cultural Revolution?

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Our Cultural Revolution will be lead by the people who want to bring back our traditions, morals, customs and beliefs back to where they were before we became oppressed




Our Cultural Revolution Will Produce: 

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Culture of Collectivity

Step 1. Restore and Spread our Pre-Colonized Culture that was based on the swahili term Umoja which means Unity.

Step 2. Support and Develop institutions that are for the collective benefit of our people.

Step 3. Develop Inter-continental relationships that produce strength and togetherness so that we can build an truly Global movement.

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Culture of Resistance

Step 1. Develop individuals whose minds and actions shows others how to resist White Supremacy/Racism in their own daily lives.

Step 2. Create Collectives that disrupt White Supremacy/Racism and it's systems of oppression on a Global scale.

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Culture of Freedom

Step 1. Celebrate the many forms of Blackness for the world to see.

Step 2. Develop safe spaces and communities where being your own style of Black is affirmed.

Step 3. Develop Global Policy that protects and enriches the lives of Black People .

We're Looking for 10,000 Members To:

       Invest Time and Energy Towards Building a Movement

      Invest Time and Energy Towards Building a Movement

           Organize Impactful Program and Direct Services 

          Organize Impactful Program and Direct Services 

    Build Our Communities' Social, Economic,& Political Base  

   Build Our Communities' Social, Economic,& Political Base  

We're Looking for 1,000 Supporters To:

              Organize Resources to Support Our Impactful Program and Direct Services  

             Organize Resources to Support Our Impactful Program and Direct Services  

              Uplift Our Organizing Work Online and in the Community to Your Family and Friends  

             Uplift Our Organizing Work Online and in the Community to Your Family and Friends  

A race of people is like an individual man; until it uses its own talent, takes pride in its own history, expresses its own culture, affirms its own selfhood, it can never fulfill itself.
— Malcolm X

This is what Black Organizing Looks Like...