Black Power! March on the White House
- What: 12th Annual Black People’s March on the White House
- Theme: Black Power Matters: Down with Colonialism! Black Community Control of the Police!
- Who: Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations
- When: November 7-8, 2020
- Time: Friday 6-9pm, Saturday & Sunday @ 12 noon
- Where: Washington, DC
- For Info contact Secretary Elikya Ngoma 786-505-9859, Vice Chair Lisa Davis 973-517-1405 or email email@example.com
Black Power Matters: Down with Colonialism! Black Community Control of the Police!
On November 7-8, 2020 the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations (BIBC) and black people from all over the U.S. will converge on Washington, DC for its 12th Annual Black People’s March on the White House.
According to Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Chair of the BIBC, “the ruling class of the U.S. have pushed millions of people within its borders, out of legitimate political life; the BIBC is pulling them back in.
“More and more people have come to the conclusion that neither the Republican nor the Democratic Party represents the will of the people. However, most people feel that there is no other option than to vote for one or the other.”
The BIBC proclaims there is another choice. “You can vote for Black Power!”
Saturday November 7, mobilization will kick off with a rally at noon from Malcolm X Park, located at 16th St NW and W St NW followed by a march to the White House. The day will conclude with a rally at Lafayette Park, near the corners of Pennsylvania Ave NW & 16th Street NW. Sunday, November 8, organizers will hold a conference from noon to 5pm focusing on the National Black Political Agenda for Self-Determination produced by the BIBC over 2 years ago.
Partial list of Speakers includes:
- Omali Yeshitela, Coalition Chair and leader of the African People’s Socialist Party
- Kamm Howard, Amos N. Wilson Institute, Chair-Reparations Working Group
- Belinda Parker-Brown, CEO-Louisiana United International
- Yejide Orunmila, President -African National Women’s Organization
- Ralph Poynter, Chair- Political Prisoner Working Group & Lynne Stewart Committee
- Kalambayi Andenet – InPDUM Intl President
- Betty Davis, New Abolitionist Movement-Chair Education Working Group
Register at: blackisbackcoalition.org or call 786 505 9859 for more information.
Forward to November 7-8-Black People’s March on the White House!