Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in Solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem

July 15, 2015

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in Solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem

The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement stands in full solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem (NBT). We support their self-determination to use their historic space to bring Black people together rather than promote division and disunity among us. This is a critical tradition to uphold, especially in this historical moment when ALL Black lives are under attack through state violence and extrajudicial vigilantes. We must challenge the counterproductive view of narrow nationalism that excludes our LGBTQGNC community members from the Black family and the Black nation more broadly.

We know that in order to achieve full Black liberation, we must love, support, defend and promote the well-being and human rights of ALL Black people, including our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Gender Nonconforming community members. We recognize the historic contributions Black LGBTQGNC people have made and continue to make to the liberation of our nation. As family is the unit of struggle, we honor, respect and welcome all formations of Black families that continue to build our movement and communities. As an oppressed nation, we must not allow patriarchy and heterosexism which is rooted in white supremacy to prevail and weaken our movement. We must not lose energy and effort and make sacrifices combatting shadows. The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement is committed to dismantling patriarchy, heterosexism and all oppressions in dutiful service of our liberation.

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16 thoughts on “Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in Solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem

  1. sleep says:

    The Malcolm X grassroots movement is not inline with the ideology of Malcolm . Therefore they should change their name and stop using his name to bring recognition to issues he didn’t support.

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      • Tunji Legba says:

        They got some cheek they tried some revisionist quuer history teying ti claim he was gay and they did the sane with Nat Turner theyre funded by the devils themselves

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      • OlatunjiMwamba says:

        Malcolm X was for the liberation of Afrikans, but not those who aren’t living like Afrikan people are supposed to be living. Pederasty (Homosexuality) is not Afrikan behavior and is therefore unacceptable.

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  2. They stay sleep says:

    Homos? Really? He was about the liberation of all black people. and stepped away from Noteps who thought backwards like you, who based their ideology on opinion and false histories rather than facts and love. GOOD DAY.

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    • OlatunjiMwamba says:

      Pederasts (Homosexuals) are only about spreading the acceptance of Pederasty (Homosexuality) and nothing else. This behavior is unacceptable. Being Black and being a Pederast (Homosexuality) even remotely the same. The former is about behavior. What one does. While the latter is about who you are-your skin color.

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  3. NoOs says:

    Garvey would turn in his grave to see the type of Anti-African debauchery his flag is being associated with from you lost negropeans. Disgusting!

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  4. Tunji Legba says:

    “Patriarchy and heterosexism is rooted in white Supremacy” Feminism is funded by White Supremacy and Heterosexism was made up last week

    Greece and Rome is the FOUNDATION of White suprenacy

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  5. Dawa Neter says:

    This is not who we are!!!! With this premise…we must allow ALL of our violators of our community…the RAPISTS, PEDOPHILES PROSTITUTES, PIMPS, SELL OUTS, MURDERERS, HEROIN AND CRACK SELLERS, AND EVERY OTHER DETESTABLES AMONG US!!!! Eye would love to debate ANYONE on this topic!!!!

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  6. shamarone says:

    re: “We know that in order to achieve full Black liberation, we must love, support, defend and promote the well-being and human rights of ALL Black people, including our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Gender Nonconforming community members.”

    don’t mix your meds. you can love and support the LGBT community as you would any other human being, but that doesn’t have anything to do with “Full Black Liberation”. nice try, but these are 2 separate agendas, and this I tell you as someone who’s had the privilege of standing under that blue light shining at Broad and 165th.

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