They keep trying to undermine us.
Corporate and state apologists are scrambling to keep the propaganda wall up that separates the violence of mass shootings in the United States from the militaristic spirit that has infected U.S. culture and has translated into support for war abroad.
BAP is up to the task to make that connection for the U.S. public.
- November 11, Baltimore: National Mobilization to Stop War on North Korea And End Nuclear Weapons, organized by Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility and MD Peace Action Network, and co-sponsored by BAP
- November 18, Philadelphia: BAP member Asantewaa Nkrumah-Ture will speak at “Living Legacy of the Soviet Revolution,” a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution
- December 7-10, Atlanta: U.S. Human Rights Network's annual conference, Advancing Human Rights 2017
- January 12-14, Baltimore: Conference on U.S. Foreign Military Bases. BAP co-founded this new coalition
- Linking Russia to Black/African people’s struggles is not new, writes BAP National Organizer Ajamu Baraka.
- People in the U.S. who trust the CIA are not in solidarity with humanity.
- Senate bill aims to stop Trump from attacking North Korea with nuclear weapons.
- Anti-communism had a devastating impact on the lives and activities of black radicals, yet they remained intersectional.
- Huey Newton connected the police occupation of the Black community for white capitalist profit to the wars waged by the U.S. military abroad.
- U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi, a warmongering criminal, basically supports an attack on North Korea. Others will be standing with her, ready to once again send the working class and poor off to die for nothing.
Let’s continue to build the resistance we all have been waiting for!
Black Alliance for Peace
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