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14th Annual Black People’s March on the White House

Black is Back Resolution on FBI-U.S. government attack on African People’s Socialist Party and Uhuru Movement and call to build the November 5th and 6th Black People’s March on the White House and related rallies and conference

 August 20, 2022

 The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations stands in full solidarity with the African People’s Socialist Party and Uhuru Movement in the wake of the July 29, 2022, terroristic raids by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on several offices and residences of the APSP and Uhuru Movement in Florida and Missouri.

We recognize these raids as consistent with the historical attacks on the African Liberation Movement by the FBI and US federal government going back at least 100 years with the movement led by Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League and continuing through the decades to include attacks and charges made against Paul Robeson, W.E.B. DuBois and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1950s.

We are fully aware of the Counterintelligence program (COINTELPRO) initiated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation against the African Liberation Movement domestically that established as its goals:

  1. Prevent the COALITION of militant black nationalist groups. In unity there is strength; a truism that is no less valid for all its triteness. An effective coalition of black nationalist groups might be the first step toward a real “Mau Mau” [Black revolutionary army] in America, the beginning of a true black revolution.
  2. Prevent the RISE OF A “MESSIAH” who could unify and electrify the militant black nationalist movement. Malcolm X might have been such a “messiah;” he is the martyr of the movement today. Martin Luther King, Stokely Carmichael and Elijah Muhammed all aspire to this position. Elijah Muhammed is less of a threat because of his age. King could be a very real contender for this position should he abandon his supposed “obedience” to “white, liberal doctrines” (nonviolence) and embrace black nationalism. Carmichael has the necessary charisma to be a real threat in this way.
  3. Prevent VIOLENCE on the part of black nationalist groups. This is of primary importance and is, of course, a goal of our investigative activity; it should also be a goal of the Counterintelligence Program to pinpoint potential troublemakers and neutralize them before they exercise their potential for violence.
  4. Prevent militant black nationalist groups and leaders from gaining RESPECTABILITY, by discrediting them to three separate segments of the community. The goal of discrediting black nationalists must be handled tactically in three ways. You must discredit those groups and individuals to, first, the responsible Negro community. Second, they must be discredited to the white community, both the responsible community and to “liberals” who have vestiges of sympathy for militant black nationalist [sic] simply because they are Negroes. Third, these groups must be discredited in the eyes of Negro radicals, the followers of the movement. This last area requires entirely different tactics from the first two. Publicity about violent tendencies and radical statements merely enhances black nationalists to the last group; it adds “respectability” in a different way.
  5. A final goal should be to prevent the long-range GROWTH of militant black organizations, especially among youth. Specific tactics to prevent these groups from converting young people must be developed.

We recognize that it was in line with the stated long range goals of the FBI that former head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover, declared in 1969 that the Black Panther Party represented the greatest threat to the internal security of the U.S. since the U.S. Civil War.

It is this anti-black history of the FBI that informs our stance of solidarity with the African People’s Socialist Party, an organization that has dedicated its 50-year history to the liberation of African people globally from the clutches of colonial slavery, and our opposition to the July 29, 2022, FBI attack on the African People’s Socialist Party.

We support the demand: “Hands off Uhuru! Hands off Africa!” and call on Africans and all who unite with the right of the APSP and our people to advocate and organize for the total liberation and unification of Africa and the forcibly dispersed African nation globally.

Finally, the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations calls on all Africans and justice loving people to turn out in great numbers to make a strong public stand denouncing the July 29, 2022 attack on the African People’s Socialist Party and Uhuru Movement. 

Take a stand to support the freedom of speech presumably conferred on African people within current U.S. borders by the constitutional rights that are said to be guaranteed to us following our formal emancipation from U.S. domestic colonial-slavery. 

Forward to Washington, D.C. and the November 5th Black People’s March on the White House! Forward to the November 5th and 6th Black is Back black people’s rallies and conference!

Hands off Uhuru! Hands off Africa!

Black is Back!

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Black is Back Resolution on FBI-U.S. government attack on African People’s Socialist Party and Uhuru Movement

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53 Kaleyna Tabb PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania Why Not Prosper, Inc. Oct 05, 2022
52 Julian Palmer-Smith Fargo, ND APSP UHURU Oct 03, 2022
51 Bak-Ra Men-Maat Irvington, NJ APSP Oct 02, 2022
50 Cota X Philadelphia, PA InPDUM Sep 28, 2022
49 Candice Shelton St Louis, Mo Uhuru Sep 28, 2022
48 Ragina “Rage” Gray St. Louis, MO African National Women’s Organization Hands Off Africa! Sep 27, 2022
47 Themba Tshibanda Stl, MO InPDUM This is total & utter bs! Hands of the greatest leader the world has seen! Uhuru! Sep 26, 2022
46 Brooke Chuddley Diatta Hackettstown, NJ Sep 24, 2022
45 Nyabingi Kuti Los Angeles, California LA Harm Reduction Network Sep 24, 2022
44 Kabula Mutombo Chicago, Illinois African People's Socialist Party Hands Off Uhuru! Hands Off Africa and African People! Sep 23, 2022
43 Diop Olugbala Philadelphia, pa Sep 20, 2022
42 Jamaal Abegaz Moorhead, CA APSP Sep 19, 2022
41 Erika Clark Portland, Oregon InPDUM HANDS OFF!!! Sep 16, 2022
40 Kobina Bantushago Huntsville, AL APSP Sep 16, 2022
39 Ken Heard Philadelphia, PA Polemics: Journal of the Workingclass Struggle and the Philadelphia Chapter National Writers Union NWU.ORG Struggle Greetings@ Sep 16, 2022
38 Takara Waller saint petersburg, FL Sep 15, 2022
37 Aisha Fields Huntsville, AL AAPDEP Sep 15, 2022
36 Yejide Orunmila African National Women's Organization Sep 11, 2022
35 Shyrel Tabron St.louis, Mo InPDUM I'm standing Intel the end Sep 10, 2022
34 Koko Lewis Cleveland, OH ANWO Sep 10, 2022
33 Marisa Martinez St Louis, WA InPDUM Uhuru!! We must stand fast to combat yet another colonial attack against Black Liberation and build organization to take this world/society/economy into a forward liberating direction! Fist Up! Fight Back! Sep 09, 2022
32 President Matsemela O St. Louis, MO International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement Black is Back! Sep 09, 2022
31 Mhandisi Gomez Boston, MA APSP and InPDUM Northern Region Sep 09, 2022
30 Zakhele Mkhonza Nelsptuit InPDUM We demand the FBI stop the attack on African people all over the world. Sep 09, 2022
29 Denzel Draughn el-cajon, California APSP/InPDUM Sep 09, 2022
28 Henoch Morgan St. George's , Bermuda ASI Bermuda Hands Off Uhuru! Hands Off Africa! Sep 09, 2022
27 Michael Pan Alexandria, VA The Veterans Health Adminstration Sep 09, 2022
26 Parrish Davis San Diego , CA African National Women's Organization Uhuru, in our lifetime! Sep 09, 2022
25 Matsemela Odom Spring Valley, CA InPDUM Sep 08, 2022
24 Mwezi Odom San Diego, CA African People’s Socialist Party Africa Will Be Free! Sep 08, 2022
23 Matumb Nyobe Phildelphia, PA APSP I unite and support this resolution Sep 08, 2022
22 Penny Hess St Louis, MO African People's Solidarity Committee Solidarity with the African People's Socialist Party and the right to fight for the liberation of Africa and African people everywhere Sep 06, 2022
21 GRADY BROWN Florissant, MO Impdum I united with the uhuru movement Sep 05, 2022
20 Jerald Davidson Miami Beach, FL It is long past time for the US/UK led Capitalist exploitation of the world came to an end, "by any means necessary". Sep 05, 2022
19 Kamm Howard Chicago, Il Reparations United Uhuru! Sep 05, 2022
18 King El Ft. Lauderdale , FL Sep 05, 2022
17 Omwakha Becktemba Petersburg , Virginia BFP Sep 05, 2022
16 Keisha Bantu Berlin, Berlin Sep 05, 2022
15 Jesse Ginsburg New York, NY Sep 05, 2022
14 Jon McFarlane Queens Village, NY VOCAL-NY Sep 05, 2022
13 Walid Na'im Ibn Rafiq Mujahid Arcadia, Florida Jamaa'aatul Asr “Hands off Uhuru! Hands off Africa!”. A nation that allows atrocities to happen to people and even commits those atrocities against people, should tremble at the thought of the time when they run out of their quota of people to hurt. Sep 05, 2022
12 Leah Fifield Minneapolis, MN Uhuru Solidarity Movement Sep 04, 2022
11 Zaki Baruti St. Louis, Missouri Universal African People's Organization (UAPO) Sep 02, 2022
10 Nellie Bailey New York, New York Harlem Fight Back Against War at Home and Abroad Sep 02, 2022
9 Amanda Wallace Durham, North Carolina Operation Stop CPS Sep 02, 2022
8 Ralph Poynter New York, New York Lynne Stewart Organization Sep 02, 2022
7 Betty Davis New York, New York New Abolitionist Movement Sep 02, 2022
6 Yusef Doucet Los Angeles, California JOKO Collective Sep 02, 2022
5 Tasha Thomas Los Angeles, California JOKO Collective Sep 02, 2022
4 Belinda Parker-Brown Slidell, Louisiana Louisiana United International, Inc. Sep 02, 2022