Black is Back Coalition Resolution to Free Leonard Peltier Now!

Download and collect signatures using the paper resolution form. The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations stands in unequivocal solidarity with our Comrade Leonard Peltier, a courageous Indigenous freedom fighter who defended the sovereign Lakota people from murderous incursions and attacks by the colonial state and the FBI in 1973. We demand an immediate cessation of the torture of Leonard Peltier.  We demand that the necessary medical care be immediately provided to Leonard Peltier to deal with the serious conditions resulting from nearly 50 years in the colonial prisons. We recognize that the imprisonment of the Indigenous people is part of the attack on the Indigenous people whose land was stolen as part of the process of…

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The Black is Back Coalition Responds to ANSWER/PSL: “Your Actions Speak So Loudly, We Can’t Hear a Word You Say…”

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While some (but not most) of what the Party for Socialism and Liberation/ANSWER Coalition have said in their response to the Black is Back Coalition’s Open Letter is factually valid, their disingenuous, dishonest response is an example of using “facts” to hide the truth. The truth is that the anti-colonial Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations, comprised of 18 Black organizations, has conducted the Black People’s March on the White House for the past fifteen years, and Brian Becker, ANSWER and the PSL know this. Not only do they know this, but in the past fifteen years, ANSWER has never accepted the Black is Back Coalition’s call to organize their base to participate in the anti-colonial Black…

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Open Letter to Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition and Party for Socialism and Liberation

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For the last year, the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations has been building for the Black People’s March on the White House on November 4.  This year’s march is co-sponsored by the Hands Off Uhuru Fightback Coalition, formed earlier this year with over 40 organizations uniting to participate in building for the 15th Annual Black People’s March on the White House. This year’s Black People’s March has urgent political objectives including the demand for the U.S. government to drop the charges against African People’s Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and two other members of the Uhuru Movement who are facing 15 years in prison on bogus federal charges of being “Russian agents” for opposing the U.S.-led…

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