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A People’s Assembly held Nov. 5 at Hostos Community College in the South Bronx launched an exciting fightback program for jobs, against racism and for the rights of workers and poor people to unions, food, healthcare, and public education.
The People’s Assembly launched an Occupy For Jobs Network to coordinate a large-scale campaign for jobs. “Occupy Wall Street has opened up space for people to do other things,” said Larry Holmes, a founder of the Bail Out the People…Continue
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The Bio: ~
Born in Nigeria, Affiong’s political life began as a student activist at the University of Ibadan,
where she graduated with a BSc Hons degree in Political Science. She obtained a second degree in Law from the University of Lagos, where she developed her work as a student leader and political organiser in the Students Representative Council and the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), the umbrella organisation of the student movement.
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This is the Civil Rights Movement
for This Generation!…
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Black Workers Unity Network
Uniting Black Worker Voices in Struggles for Global Justice
The passage of the U.S. Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will greatly impact the conditions of life…
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PADU ANNOUNCES A NEW/OLD PAN AFRICAN HOLIDAY
During 2011’s International Year of African Descendants (IYPAD), as declared by the United Nations, a small group of Pan Africans in various parts of the globe discussed the idea of an international celebration which would symbolize our growing Africanness. The recommendation was the Pan African Day of the Drum (PADD), July…Continue
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Do you know what the leading cause of…
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By H. Lewis Smith ~
Upon Barack Obama's election to President of the United States, euphoria, jubilation and an aura of disbelief simultaneously enveloped the Black African-American community. Perhaps, it could even be said that many saw him as a Messiah and the primary power-holder to make life and living better for Blacks. Seemingly, Black African Americans became complacent and blinded by the historical, unprecedented election of America's…Continue
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by Michelle Alexander
June 8, 2011
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Universal Negro Improvement Association-African Communities League Official Statementon the Exoneration of Honorable Marcus Garvey, Founder and President General of the UNIA-ACL, 1914-1940.
The official position of the UNIA-ACL Parent Body on this issue is that the Honorable Marcus Garvey deserves to be completely exonerated and not merely pardoned.
A pardon* — especially a partial pardon — is a tacit…
By: James Clingman ~
Considering the fact that Black people are so entrenched in the distractions of this world, I think it’s appropriate that I beg your pardon, Black America, in order to get a few important points across. Although for 16 years now I have sounded the economic alarm via this newspaper column, four books, and numerous speaking engagements, it is shameful that we have failed to act upon the messages of…
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Happy Women's Rights Day!
This August 26 celebrates women winning
the vote in the U.S. 91 years ago. Today Radical Women honors the
suffrage movement and its militant, multiracial fighters. These
women--Sojourner Truth, Clara Lemlich, Francis Ellen Watkins Harper,
Sarah Grimke, and so many more--rebelled against enforced second-class…
-- Tour patrons will experience Ghana's culture, night life, shopping, networking, business, investment opportunities and more. --
Group picture of the last tour to Ghana in July 2011
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Based on a lack of the required quorum as determined by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Ethiopian World Federation, Incorporated, the Annual Convention of the organization which convened on July 16 and July 17, 2011 in Harlem, New York was recessed to November 19 and 20, 2011. The attorney-at-law who was present to provide…Continue
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