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African Internationalism advances Garvey Movement and defines imperialism in crisis

The work of our Party is based on the fundamental assumptions of the Garvey Movement. We recognize the fact that ours continues to be, even today, a struggle to reverse the verdict of imperialism. We are one African people, a nation forcibly dispersed around the world and whose national homeland, Africa, continues to suffer under the mostly indirect control of imperialist exploiters.

African Internationalism: The theory of the African working class

Series of articles on African Internationalism. African Internationalism is the revolutionary, scientific and materialist world view and theory of the African working class. This falsifiable theory recognizes that European wealth and African impoverishment occurred as a result of: The European attack on Africa, the division of Africa, African slavery and dispersal, colonialism and neocolonialism.

New York Front of the African Revolution: Black Is Back National Conference

The Black Is Back Coalition for Social Justice Peace and Reparations (BIBC) held its annual national conference on April 9th, 2016 in the center of the African community of Harlem, NY. The day-long conference held at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, was themed, “The 2016 Elections and the Struggle for Self-determination.”

Fake socialist Bernie Sanders holds rally in Brooklyn; loses New York primary

A crowd of over 28,000 mostly-white people gathered in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for a Bernie Sanders campaign rally on April 17, 2016. Despite this massive turnout, Sanders lost to his fellow democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, in the New York primary which took place on April 19, 2016.

U.S. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders supports the illegitimate State of Israel

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has commented, during his campaign, in support of the illigitimate State of Israel.

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pledges allegiance to Israel

The U.S. Democratic party's presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in Washington DC on March 21, 2016 to garner support from the group in her race for president. Clinton spoke to the relationship between the U.S. and Israel and gave her word to do whatever it takes to maintain this relationship as well as protect the interests of the settler State of Israel.

Lead poisoning of African students in New Jersey schools

Eight more New Jersey schools showed elevated lead levels. Parents are now having their children tested for lead poisoning.

Black Power Matters in 2016

Reposted from blackagendareport.com Black Agenda Radio for Week of March 21, 2016 “Fear of fascism being ‘right around the corner’ – this time in the form...

Anti-Trump protestors miss the mark

African people can be seen on television debating with Trump supporters over the U.S. presidential candidate’s stance on key issues.

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