Fascism – Neoliberalism & the Way Forward

Register Here!!! What is "Fascism" or "Neoliberalism" to the African who suffers from colonialism? The Black is Back Coalition speaks to the many different approaches to this question. Join us March 6th when we discuss, Fascism - Neoliberalism and the way forward for Africans in the U.S. and around the world. This will be another engagingly informative webinar led by the Black is Back Coalition Steering Committee. Join us as we exchange the ideas of black self-determination as it relates to Fascism, Neoliberalism and Colonialism. Register Here!!!

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URGENT CALL TO ACTION!!! Legally Permissible, But Morally Wrong: Justice for Kevin Desir!

Kevin Desir, murdered by the Florida Broward County Sheriff’s Office Kevin Desir, African man murdered by the The colonial state of Florida benefits from the marijuana industry, to the tune billions of dollars, but on January 13, 2021, the Florida Broward County Sheriff’s Office (“BSO”) captured Kevin Desir, for having a little bit of weed, then killed him four days later. Thing is, Kevin had a Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Card that was valid until December 12, 2021, and he’ll never see. Kevin’s in-custody killing is tragic, and dreadful. The fact that the state of Florida permitted Kevin to possess marijuana, then turned around and captured him for possessing marijuana is ruthless. BSO has video footage that shows what they…

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Endorse the Black Power campaigns of Herdosia ‘Kalambayi’ Bentum and Ticharwa Masimba

Elikya Ngoma, Secretary, Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations  Herdosia "Kalambayi" Bentum Black is Back endorsed candidate in St. Louis, MO.Ticharwa Masimba Black is Back endorsed candidate in St. Louis, MO. Uhuru (Freedom)! On behalf of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations, we would like to announce our official endorsement of Herdosia ‘Kalambayi’ Bentum for Ward 3 Alderpersonand Ticharwa Masimba for Ward 21 Alderperson, in St. Louis, Missouri. On Saturday, October 24, 2020, the Black is Back Coalition’s Steering Committee voted and united to endorse these two Black Power candidates, who have both adopted the National Black Political Agenda for Self-Determination—the 19-Point Platform developed by the Black is Back Coalition. Bentum’s campaign…

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