BIBC BIDS REVOLUTIONARY FAREWELL

“He fought until the very end!”- Marsha Coleman-Adebayo The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations extends our condolences to the family of Glen Ford. Comrade Glen was a consummate journalist who was relentless in his efforts to engage in the war of ideas confronting African and other colonized people. He was a founding member of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations and co-author of the Coalition’s National Black Political Agenda for Self-determination.  

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Chairman Omali Yeshitela’s Call to the BIBC 12th Annual Conference Aug 7 & 8

On August 7th and 8th, 2021, the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations (BiBC) will be hosting our 12th Annual Conference. It will be a virtual conference, designed to take our struggle forward during the ever-deepening crisis enveloping the U.S. and the colonial-capitalist world. The theme of this conference,  “Deepening the Resistance to Police Terror: Honoring our Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War. Black Community Control of the Police,” is designed to establish a coherent mission for the Coalition and define the tasks of the U.S.-based Black Liberation Movement at this time. This is a Call to Africans and others who support the ongoing, irrepressible movement of our people for self-determination against U.S. domestic colonialism. The May…

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Deepening the Resistance to Police Terror: Honoring our Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War – Black Community Control of the Police!

The Black is Back Coalition invites you to our 12th Annual Conference, happening August 7 & 8. Deepening the Resistance to Police Terror: Honoring our Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War - Black Community Control of the Police! Register Here:

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