Our ideas

These are articles, journals, and think pieces that convey our principles and are meant to push the conversation further around the black radical tradition and what it looks like in practice

 
 
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Black liberation and indigenous solidarity is the future of america

With the creation of Black Lives Matter in 2013 and the resistance around NoDapl in 2016, a conversation about Black and Native history, and more importantly, Black and Native healing must be had: it must be a conversation that brings us insight into what Black liberation looks like conjoined with Indigenous sovereignty in the United States, and how the two are inextricably tied together in decolonizing America as we know it.  

 

A letter to comrades, community, and our futures

"For anyone who reads this- may you find compassion and love within these words. May it resonate with you and begin a genuine reflection. May those reflections turn into the imaginative and creative ideas that later turn into actions. May those actions algin with light, life, love, and justice."

 
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Femme Founders: Emem Obot Blackout: Generation Liberation

"Still, after all the chaos, all that was on my mind was, “What the hell are we going to do with this organization? What am I good at? What do I want to do? How do I want to bring about change?

 Graphics by Political Prisoner Kevin "Rashid" Johnson

Graphics by Political Prisoner Kevin "Rashid" Johnson

What It Means to Honor Black August

"Black August could not be the most perfect time to study, reflect, practice, and grow. But first, let’s take a look at what is Black August. Why is Black August importance for the work and conversations towards liberation?"