Camp Pumziko 2015

Camp Pumziko – “We Come In Peace, Ready to Defend!” The name of our camp is taken from a Kiswahili term, which means “at ease or at peace.” Our slogan embraces the concept of peace and preparedness. Our defense comes in instilling a sense of pride in our Afrikan heritage as well as discipline and responsibility to … More Camp Pumziko 2015

Camp Pumziko 2014

Camp Pumziko – “We Come In Peace, Ready to Defend!” The name of our camp is taken from a Kiswahili term, which means “at ease or at peace.” Our slogan embraces the concept of peace and preparedness. Our defense comes in instilling a sense of pride in our Afrikan heritage as well as discipline and responsibility to … More Camp Pumziko 2014

Operation Ghetto Storm: 2012 Annual Report on the Extrajudicial Killing of 313 Black People

  [button link=”https://mxgm.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/operation_ghetto_storm_updated_october_2013.pdf” type=”big” color=”blue” newwindow=”yes”] Download the Fully Illustrated Version of the Report Using this link (PDF).[/button]                                                                                                        Monday, April 8, 2013 Contact:     Kali Akuno 404.567.5938 kaliakuno@mxgm.org   For Immediate Release: New Annual Report reveals that 313 Black People were killed in 2012, averaging one every 28 hours.    Every 28 hours in … More Operation Ghetto Storm: 2012 Annual Report on the Extrajudicial Killing of 313 Black People

Let Your Motto Be Resistance: A Handbook on Organizing New Afrikan and Oppressed Communities for Self-Defense

  [button link=” https://mxgm.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Self-Defense-Manual-MERGED.pdf” type=”big” color=”blue” newwindow=”yes”] Download the Fully Illustrated Version of the Report Using this link (PDF).[/button] Oppressed peoples and communities can and will only be secure in this country when they are organized to defend themselves against the aggressions of the government and the forces of white supremacy and capitalist exploitation. “Let … More Let Your Motto Be Resistance: A Handbook on Organizing New Afrikan and Oppressed Communities for Self-Defense

Take Back the Land

Working Paper:Reclaiming TARP, Reclaiming Public Housing Since the fall of 2008 the United States Federal Government has purchased millions of foreclosed properties through the Troubled Asset Relief Program or TARP. These acquisitions were made in an attempt to help stabilize the worlds financial markets, which were quite literally on the verge of collapse throughout the … More Take Back the Land

Crystal House Project

Crystal House is a project that recognizes housing as a Human Right. The project came together as a transitional low cost living space dedicated to supporting the growth and leadership of Black & Brown poor/working/ and queer individuals. Crystal House is a place to identify, understand and transform colonization and aims to provide a safe … More Crystal House Project

CopWatch: MXGM 3 on Brooklyn Review

Local cable TV show Brooklyn Review interviews MXGM members about the federal civil rights lawsuit against the NYPD who manhandled and arrested MXGM members, Djibril, Lumumba, and Dasaw, while they were peacefully and lawfully filming New York Police Department officers in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn as part of a CopWatch program on the evening … More CopWatch: MXGM 3 on Brooklyn Review

MXGM Speakers Bureau

The Community Education Workshop Series As part of our dedication in fighting for self determination, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement has initiated the Community Education Project, a community workshop series. This series consists of nine focused and informative workshops on issues faced by Black/New Afrikans in America. “Education is our Passport to the Future, for … More MXGM Speakers Bureau