Monthly Archives: January 2013
WATCH ARN: “Lovelle Mixon Lives! African Resistance Against Stop and Frisk Results in 2 Cops Shot in One Week!”
Oakland – Within 5 days on the week of Jan 20-26 2 cops were shot in Oakland, a feat of the African community reminiscent of the heroic resistance of Lovelle Mixon in 2009, when he killed 4 cops in less than one hour.
The Oakland Police Dept (OPD) would want the people to believe that these cops were shot in process of “fighting crime” and “protecting and serving” the African community. However, to pass judgment on this claim all one needs to do is look at the explanation the police are providing for the shootings, along with the real history of the relationship the OPD has with the African community. Read the rest of this entry
“THIS WEEK ON AFRICAN RESISTANCE NOW: THE AFRICAN COMMUNITY AINT POOR! THE AFRICAN COMMUNITY IS GETTING ROBBED!”
Sunday, February 3, 2013
The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement is broadcasting a special series of “African Resistance Now” every Sunday at 4pm Eastern on the road to the InPDUM International Convention, “One Africa! One Nation! Build Revolutionary Organization to Protect and Defend Our Own!” Hosted by President Diop Olugbala, this special pre-convention ARN series will kick off on February 3, 4pm Eastern on INPDUM.ORG Read the rest of this entry
NYPD Attack on Gay African is STILL Colonial Violence! Protect and Defend the African Community -‐ Gay or Straight!
Once again the New York City Police Department (NYPD) attacks another African who also happens to be a gay male.
On Sunday January 13, 2013, Jabbar Campbell, an audio technician, was hosting a party at his home in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. A few of Jabbars’s friends were standing outside of his apartment building which caught the eyes of several cops of the 77th precinct who obviously didn’t like that. Read the rest of this entry
INPDUM STOCKHOLM “Nu på fredag den 25e”
Vi kräver det omedelbara och ovillkorliga tillbakadragandet av de franska trupperna från Mali.
Vi motsätter oss imperialistiska krig. Och det pågår ett imperialistiskt aggressions krig i Mali.
Afrikas folk måste möta utmaningen för att stoppa den parasitiska europeiska och amerikanska imperialismen, från att skifta fokus från deras kris till den afrikanska världen genom militär ockupation och terror.
Bröder och systrar och alla som är emot det här Imperialistiska systemet kom och delta!
ETT AFRIKA EN NATION ETT FOLK!
UHURU betyder FRIHET!
Tid: Kl 15:00
Adress: Kommendörsgatan 13, 114 48 Stockholm
Stockholm, Sweden – On Friday, January 25 the Stockholm branch of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) will hold a militant demonstration outide of the French embassy to support the righteous demand made by the African Socialist International (ASI) for the immediate withdrawal of the French military, an immediate end to the violent and colonial aggression being waged by the French against our homeland and the complete liberation and unification of Africa and African people under the leadership of the workers and poor peasants. Read the rest of this entry
InPDUM Convention To Build Resistance Against Chemical Warfare of African Women by U.S. Hospitals! Build for Community Control of Healthcare!
Killing whitey while protecting white power. A review of Django Unchained Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People’s Socialist Party Published Jan 20, 2013
It has been a long time since a movie has sparked as much controversy as Django Unchained.
Written by Quentin Tarantino, the movie stars Jamie Foxx as Django, a vengeance-motivated cowboy “ex”-slave.
Also appearing are Leonardo DiCaprio as Calvin Candie, a notoriously sadistic plantation slave owner; Christoph Waltz as Dr. King Shultz, a German bounty hunter who purchases, befriends and accompanies Dgango on his odyssey; Samuel L. Jackson as Stephen, the depraved “Uncle Tom” house negro; and Kerry Washington as Broomhilda, Django’s enslaved wife, whose sale and forced separation from Django is the basis of his quixotic blood hunt. Read the rest of this entry
INPDUM Chicago Unites African Community at Local Community Convention Forward to International Convention!
Chicago, IL – On Saturday, January 12, 2013, Chicago had the honor of kicking off a series of worldwide INPDUM African Community Conventions to Defend and Protect Our Own in 2013. Comrades convened with reformers, revolutionaries and visionaries who are ready to bring peace and structure to the African communities of Chicago and worldwide. As the convention opened, we were honored with reciting the African Pledge and opening remarks from The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement’s International President, Brother Diop Olugbala. Read the rest of this entry
A Call to arms! Build the Sixth Congress of the African People’s Socialist Party! By Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People’s Socialist Party
Every three years the African People’s Socialist Party is required by our Constitution to turn over the affairs and direction of our Party to its membership through the convening of our Congress, the highest body of the Party.
The Sixth Congress of our Party is planned to occur in St. Petersburg, Florida from December 7th through the 11th of 2013, three years after the historic 5th Congress that occurred in Washington, D.C. in July of 2110. Read the rest of this entry
PHILADELPHIA—On Saturday, January 12, 2013, Jade Nelson and her two-week-old son, Baby Dillen Nelson, walked through the doors of Pennsylvania Hospital in downtown Philadelphia to awaiting relatives and friends who had fought the system, saved a life, and won a serious victory for the African community. Read the rest of this entry
PA Hospital Still Holds African Baby Hostage – Forced Morphine “Treatment” Continues! INPDUM/Black is Back Call for Jan 11 Demonstration!
On Friday, January 11 from 11:30-1:30 the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement will join forces with the Black is Back Coalition and its Healthcare Committee to hold a demonstration outside of Pennsylvania Hospital.
The demonstration will be held to apply more pressure to the PA Hospital regarding the case of Baby Dillen Nelson. Read the rest of this entry