At the risk of sounding insensitive, the writer of this piece argues that forgoing a night of dancing at prom, that oh-so coveted walk across the stage, and the bevy of cookouts this summer should count among the very least of 2020 graduates’ problems.
For the sake of our Pan-African nation, and the millions of youth who remain oppressed in it, we must strive to raise above our differences and commit to direct action that produces more results of merit for several generations to come.
Because Trump isn’t smart enough to fill up the federal agencies with people who can carry out his executive orders, Robinson says time is of the essence in organizing against the Trump Administration on domestic issues.
We developed the Jan. 20th event, themed “Building a Black Nation in the U.S.” understanding that, at the most basic level, non-melanated people, and their melanated accomplices, oppress working class Black people politically, economically, and socially.
This post, while not necessarily for the naysayers, lays out a course of action that I believe must be taken at the grassroots level if Black people are to eventually build the political, economic, and social autonomy that will prevent us from getting repeatedly used by the Democratic Party like a side piece in middle of the night.
The Democratic National Convention showed that Philly is definitely a tale of two cities.