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No Justice No Peace

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This clip is taken from a 1988 speech by Ahmed Obafemi of the New Afrikan People’s Organization in San Francisco. Obafemi speaks of the death of Michael Griffith, a Black youth murdered in a racist attack in Howard Beach, New York., and how the Black community came together following Michael’s murder.

 

Learn more about New Afrikan politics here.

No Justice, No Peace!

-Nathaniel

Seize the Time

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We’re excited to announce the full digitization of the periodical Seize The Time, published by a Marxist-Leninist organization of the same name that grew out of the revolutionary national struggles of Black, Chicano, Asian American and Native American peoples. Based in California, Seize the Time was created mainly by people identifying as third world revolutionaries along with some white revolutionaries. The main purposes of the paper were:

1. as an organizing tool for local struggles and coordinating tool for regional and national organizing.

2. to provide revolutionary information and analysis.

3. to create communication network independent of bourgeois media.

4. to exist as a forum to discuss the major problems and tasks of the revolution.

This is truly an invaluable historical resource. In addition to the comprehensive reporting, in-depth political study and focus on the importance of intersectionality, self-determination and self-defense; I was particularly struck by the attention and emphasis on revolutionary culture. Whether the vibrant artwork best showcased on the front and back covers, the moving poetry from political prisoners and martyrs of the struggle, or step by step guides on how to create sustainable and co-operative ways of living together, Seize the Time was a blueprint for a better future as well as a canvas for revolutionary resistance. Check out the full collection here.

-Nathaniel

Seize The Time April 1974 (Front Cover) Seize The Time April 1974 (Back Cover) Seize The Time October 1974 (Back Cover) Seize The Time February 1975 (Front Cover) Seize The Time February 1975 (Back Cover) Seize The Time July 1975 (Front Cover) Seize The Time July 1975 (Back Cover) Seize The Time October 1975 (Front Cover)
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Seize The Time February 1975 (Front Cover)

 

Mabel Williams Presente!

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We are very saddened mabel williamsto learn of the passing of Mabel Williams, the legendary African-American activist, who, with her husband Robert F. Williams, fought for and carried out the right of armed self-defense against the vicious attacks of the Ku Klux Klan, militantly represented the liberation struggle of her people during exile in Cuba, China, and Africa, and continued her active lifelong engagement in social justice struggles upon their return to the US. Although often overshadowed by her husband, Mabel Williams has made lifelong contributions in her own right and this needs to be recognized and celebrated.We’ve had the good fortune to work closely with Mabel on several documentaries and events, and we’re honored to present audio and video clips in special tribute. (http://www.freedomarchives.org/Mabel.html) Our thoughts and support is with the Williams family.

Rest in Power Mabel Williams
Services for Mabel Williams will be held in Detroit and Monroe, NC:
In Detroit services will be held Friday April 25th at Saint Paul AME Church – Family Hour from 2-2:30 and the Funeral will be at 2:30pm.

In Monroe – The viewing will be at the Harris Funeral Home – Sunday April 27th 12-7pm and the Internment will be at the Hillcrest Cemetery – Monday April 28th at 11am.

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