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Black Lives Convening: A pivotal moment for liberation

by August 2, 2015

(See also Youtube report back by Imani Henry) By Lamont Lilly, July 31, 2015 Cleveland — From July 24 to July 26, over 1,500 registered Black activists and organizers from all over the U.S., Canada and even the Caribbean converged in Cleveland for the 2015 Movement for Black Lives National Convening. In addition to police terror […]


International Solidarity against Austerity

by July 14, 2015

(See THISISACOUP for solidarity actions worldwide, especially Europe.) Baltimore: Stand With The Greek Workers! Say OXI (NO) to Austerity, At Home and Abroad! –Wednesday, July 15, 2015: 5:00pm in EDT; Mckeldin Square in Baltimore, Maryland. FB Event. See our statement below. Detroit Stands with the Greek Workers: NO TO AUSTERITY AND ECONOMIC TERRORISM – FB Event. – […]


July 25 & Aug 8,2015

by July 3, 2015

**Movement for Black LIVES National Convening: July 24 – 26: Info / Detroit to Flint Water Justice Journey, Our Water Our Vote: Info / See below for: July 25 – Million Worker March in Newark; Aug 8-9 actions on one year commemoration of Michael Brown murder / Stand with Greek workers against austerity .   New on Resources: Justice for Sandra Bland […]


June 26-27 Conversations with Pam Africa in Madison and Milwaukee, WI

by June 22, 2015

  The Wisconsin Bail Out The People Movement and FIST (fightimperialism.org) present… Conversations with Pam Africa: The MOVE 9, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Political Prisoners & State Violence Pam Africa, Minister of Confrontation for MOVE and Chairwoman of the uncompromising International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal, will visit Madison and Milwaukee Wisconsin June 26-27. Pam […]



by June 19, 2015

–July 4, 2015: NYC Action: Whose Independence? FB Event. Stand with Charleston, Stop the War on Black America – For actions around the country, see FergusonResponseNetwork –The atrocity in Charleston: ‘Let this trauma drive the struggle for Black Liberation’ –Zero tolerance for racism