Discussion in 'Black People Politics' started by Omowale Jabali, Nov 6, 2014.
What happened to the aims of Self Determination and Black Liberation?
Yes, it do live on even though many will argue with me that it don't. I will explain later.
In regards to CAP, there is a brother here in LA who had been trying to keep it going. His name is Wesley Kabaila.
I know that the Uhuru Movement/APSP was active in the Ferguson protests. Then there are the Black Riders, MXGM, Huey P Newton Gun Club in Dallas, the AAPRP, NBPP, and others. On this question I'm thinking back to the National Black Independent Political Party (NBIPP) and how it eventually folded into the Rainbow Coalition in 1984. There has been no real, viable movement since. For some perspective on how the Uhuru Movement has struggled with the white left...
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1554633668100765&id=1479256235638509. Unfortunately, this is what has been going on out here in recent months.
Whats up brutha O, and good question.
I know you remember the black power movement back in the 60s, I wasn't grown, but I was old enough to know there was two contrasting approaches that we took. You had a choice to go the way of King (non-violent), or X (self defense). You also had the Panther party that made great strides. I'm not saying that it's dead, I just don't see the form that it is in.
See my earlier post where I mentioned the Uhuru Movement and others.
Thanks brutha O.
I found their site and was listening to one of Lawrence Hamm's "Teach-Ins" he had this month where he was talking about what action was going to take place. I have to see if anything is planned around here. I doubt it because this is such a white laced place, and our radio stations will not spread the word for something like this, they never have. But I will look just the same.
BTW...I wonder what is the deal with them taking until Aug to hand down a verdict?
I think they were waiting for the election rests which show harder times are coming. I will try to explain in a few.
Check out who they voted for.
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