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Fifth Annual Black August Art Exhibition and Fundraiser

Fifth Annual Black August Art Exhibition and Fundraiser

Art Exhibition Overview: The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) is seeking art of various mediums including, but not limited to photography, drawings, sculptures, paintings, collages, live-art,...

Statements and Positions

A Freedom Fighter Goes Home: Reflections on Mayor Chokwe’s Lumumba’s Funeral

A Freedom Fighter Goes Home:  Reflections on Mayor Chokwe’s Lumumba’s Funeral

A Freedom Fighter Goes Home:  Reflections on Mayor Chokwe’s Lumumba’s Funeral by Asha Bandele and  Dr. Akinyele Umoja   It was a home-going befitting an African warrior of the first...

PSDC Blog

MXGM People’s Self Defense Campaign Statement on the Murder of Eric Garner by the NYPD

Eric Garner was a husband, a father of six, grandfather of two and a loved member of a community. On July 17, 2014, his life was ended by a NYPD officer’s chokehold, which has been explicitly...

Black August Resistance Educational P...

  Download the Fully Illustrated Version of the Report Using this link (PDF).    Download the Fully...

Black August Resistance Educational Pamphlet
posted on: Jul 30, 2013 | author: Kali Akuno

Camp Pumziko 2013

Camp Pumziko - “We Come In Peace, Ready to Defend!” The name of our camp is taken from a Kiswahili term,...

Camp Pumziko 2013
posted on: Jun 4, 2013 | author: Kali Akuno

No More Trayvon Martins Campaign Appe...

No More Trayvon Martins Campaign Appeal The mass mobilization and media generated in response to the outcry over the...

No More Trayvon Martins Campaign Appeal
posted on: Apr 29, 2012 | author: Kali Akuno

Parellels of Street Harassment &...

Stopping street harassment is going to take women and men. The problem is that it’s often viewed as a woman’s...

Parellels of Street Harassment & Police Harassment
posted on: May 13, 2011 | author: MXGM
Dancing with the Devil: Lessons from the Libyan Civil War

Dancing with the Devil: Lessons from the Liby...

posted on: Apr 27, 2011 | author: MXGM

For a generation that has witnessed few genuine people’s movements succeed in transforming the nation-states where they reside and engage in...

Aristide’s Return Will Bring Haiti’s Popular Organizations to the Front

Aristide’s Return Will Bring Haiti’s Po...

posted on: Apr 27, 2011 | author: MXGM

Spirits are soaring among Haiti’s popular organizations, marking the end of former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide’s seven-year, U.S.-imposed...

The Move 9

The Move 9

posted on: Sep 5, 2010 | author: MXGM

The MOVE 9 (Janine, Janet, Debbie, Merle, Chuck, Phil, Eddie, Mike, Delbert) are innocent men and women who have been in prison since August 8,...

R.I.P. Black Harlem?

R.I.P. Black Harlem?

posted on: Feb 1, 2010 | author: Dumi Eyi di Yiye

On January 5th, the New York Times published a story entitled “As Population Shifts in Harlem, Blacks Lose Their Majority.” The article...

Post Racial – Only for the liberals!!

Post Racial – Only for the liberals!!

posted on: Jan 27, 2010 | author: Kamau Franklin

For those of us who view racial consciousness as a pathway for the development of the black community these have been strange times indeed.

Take Back the Land

Take Back the Land

posted on: Jan 24, 2010 | author: MXGM

Working Paper:Reclaiming TARP, Reclaiming Public Housing Since the fall of 2008 the United States Federal Government has purchased millions of...

Brother Javad Jahi

Brother Javad Jahi

posted on: Dec 12, 2009 | author: MXGM

We will never forget our Brother, Comrade and friend Javad.

It’s NOT about Van Jones. It’s about Barack Obama

It’s NOT about Van Jones. It’s ab...

posted on: Sep 14, 2009 | author: Rosa Clemente

Over the Labor Day weekend, Van Jones, a member of the hip-hop generation and special advisor for green jobs at the White House Council for...

Life, Health Care, Prison and Cutting Costs

Life, Health Care, Prison and Cutting Costs

posted on: Sep 10, 2009 | author: Sundiata Acoli

Health care costs are soaring and have become unaffordable for many families.It is no different for the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) except...

African, Asian, Latin American Majority Maintain Solidarity in Geneva

African, Asian, Latin American Majority Maint...

posted on: Sep 10, 2009 | author: Kali Akuno

On its face, Naomi Klein’s article, “Minority Death Match,” does a disservice to both the movements for reparations and redress for crimes against people of African dissent and for self determination for the Palestinian people.

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