The Black Is Back Coalition Condemns the Scurillous, Bogus State Attacks on our Chairperson, Omali Yeshitela, and the Uhuru Movement

THE BLACK IS BACK COALITION FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, PEACE AND REPARATIONS, STANDS IN COMPLETE SOLIDARITY WITH OUR CHAIRPERSON, OMALI YESHITELA, AND OUR COMRADES AKILI ANAI, JESSE NEVEL, AND PENNY HESS (otherwise known as the unindicted four co-conspirators).   WE SUPPORT AND BELIEVE IN  THE WORK OF THE AFRICAN PEOPLE'S SOCIALIST PARTY  AND THE UHURU MOVEMENT.   WE CONDEMN THE VIOLENT, REPRESSIVE AND DESPERATE TACTICS OF THE FBI AND STATE APPARATUS. WE WILL NOT WAIVER, NOR BE INTIMIDATED AND WE WILL NOT RETREAT!        SIGN OUR RESOLUTION CONDEMNING THE ATTACKS  

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  — The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations Endorses Carla Coffee Wright for US Senator of Missouri and Marco Amaral for California State Superintendent of Public Instruction

The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations, announces its endorsement of candidates, Carla Coffee Wright for US Senate for Missouri and Marco Amaral, who is running for California State Superintendent of Public Instruction in San Diego, CA. Prior to seeking an endorsement from the Coalition, each candidate completed an application that stated their particular platforms.  While the coalition has endorsed other candidates in past years, this year, each candidate participated in the Coalition’s 6th Annual Electoral Campaign school which was held in St. Louis, MO on April 9 & 10, 2022 where they completed the interview process and were able to  publicly put forward their individual progressive platforms. platforms.  This allowed the candidates to hear a full…

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From Zaki Baruti, President General of the Universal African People’s Organization

  From Zaki Baruti, President General of the Universal African People’s Organization I want to express my deepest appreciation for the many calls of condolences in the loss of my mother, Ann Reed, who transitioned to the ancestors on Wednesday, September 01, 2021. She was blessed by the creator with 93 years of life and was able to bring into the world 10 children, countless grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.  To that end, any expression of support can be forwarded to: 812 Saxony Court St. Louis, Missouri 63130 Also, in the midst of celebrating the life of my mother, I’m fighting the vicious COVID virus and I encourage all Comrades to consider vaccinating against this virus. Stay strong and stay healthy!…

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