Protect and Organize the African Woman (Part 1 of 4): Don’t Let the U.S. Healthcare System Kill Our Babies!

THIS WEEK ON AFRICAN RESISTANCE NOW: "Protect and Organize the African Woman (Part 1 of 4): Don't Let the U.S. Healthcare System Kill Our Babies!"
Feat. APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela and InPDUM President Diop Olugbala
The March 3rd episode of "African Resistance Now" will focus on the question of the U.S. colonial "healthcare" system that has always attacked African people, especially our women.
African women in the U.S. are four times more likely to die of pregnancy-related complications than white women, and African babies die at more than twice the rate of white infants. Nearly half of these deaths are preventable!
Meanwhile, our women and babies who DO survive are subjected to chemical warfare. Any illness is immediately treated with drugs that cause more harm than good. The hospitals are trying to hook us on dope as a way to make money off our community! We must get organized to defend ourselves.
The International Peoples Democratic Uhuru Movement (INPDUM) is building a worldwide committee for African community control of healthcare.
Organization is the only defense that African people have against these attacks. Join us. Attend this important rally!

The month of March has been declared International Women's Month.
The International Peoples Democratic Uhuru Movement (INPDUM) unites with this call, and takes this opportunity to raise up the African woman!
For the entire month of March INPDUM will focus its internet television show "African Resistance Now" on the issues effecting African women the most.
Point #22 of INPDUM's Revolutionary National Democratic Program states, "We commit ourselves to the relentless struggle for the rights and dignity of African women and the end of social and political oppression. We adamantly oppose sexual and economic exploitation of African women by any sources, including our own colonized community. We demand the recognition of African women as equal partners and leaders in the struggle for the emancipation and unification of Africa and African people worldwide."
During the month of March, each episode of ARN will focus specifically on issues affecting African working class and poor women the most.
INPDUM is calling on the African community to organize resistance against the attacks made against our community—through our women—by the colonial healthcare, public housing and welfare system.

This episode of ARN is being held in anticipation of InPDUM's upcoming International Convention, the theme of which is "One Africa, One Nation!" The convention will happen on March 23-24. At the convention InPDUM will address issues such as the war on the African community and the right of African people to defend ourselves and resist colonial violence, and much more! Click here for details and to REGISTER NOW!
At the convention, INPDUM will establish an International Committee for Community Control of Healthcare and an International African Women's Commission, among other formations.
The International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement is broadcasting a special series of "African Resistance Now" every Sunday at 4pm Eastern on the road to the InPDUM International Convention, "One Africa! One Nation! Build Revolutionary Organization to Protect and Defend Our Own!"
This special pre-convention ARN series will continue this Sunday, March 3, 4PM EST BROADCASTING LIVE from the Uhuru House, 1245 18th Ave S., St. Petersburg, FL. Attend in person or online!


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