The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations has endorsed the Days in Solidarity with African People campaign. The BIB is a broad coalition of African people united around the principles of anti-imperialism and African self-determination.
Working under the leadership of African people is the only progressive way forward in transforming the world into a world without oppressors and oppressed.
The Days in Solidarity with African People campaign is an international fundraising and action campaign to build support and raise resources for the programs of the African People’s Socialist Party, culminating in four major DSAP events: October 3rd in San Diego, CA, October 6th in Oakland, CA, October 11th in St. Petersburg, FL and October 13th in Philadelphia, PA.
With this endorsement, Black is Back is calling on all white people who genuinely want to live in a just world to join the Days in Solidarity with African People campaign.
The Black is Back Coalition will be holding a national mobilization and conference on Washington DC on November 3rd and 4th called “Break the Silence: The Unreported Wars and Attacks on Africa and African People.”
The mobilization on Saturday Nov 3rd will take place at 12 Noon at Malcolm X Park (Meridian Hill Park)16th St & Euclid St NW. Washington, DC. The Confenece on Sunday will take place at 10AM at Soul 57-1326 Florida Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C.
Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People to show your support for the worldwide struggle of African people for justice, self-determination and national liberation!