Haitian Voices Of Resistance Today !!!!!

ReBlog || Long Live the Revolutionary Fervor of Jean Jacques Dessalines ✊🏾🇭🇹👊🏾: ” (…) Remember that I sacrificed everything to rally to your defense; family, children, fortune, and now I am rich only with your liberty; my name has become a horror to all those who want slavery. Despots and Tyrants curse the day that I was born. (…)”
#Ayiti #FirstDaughterOfAfrika 🌍 | FullPOWER SALUTE to ALL the Warriors on the Battlefield 🤜🏾🤛🏾 ForwardEVER!!!

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A webinar featuring members of FANMI LAVALAS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE membersDr. Maryse Narcisse and Joel Edouard “Pacha” Vorbe. Hear directly from Haitian Voices of Resistance Today. Learn about the courageous and deepening struggle by the Haitian people to remove the US-backed dictatorship of Ariel Henry and to end the US/UN occupation of Haiti.

Saturday, April 30th

11AM-1PM Pacific Time / 2PM-4PM Eastern Time


Haiti Action Committee


Advancing the Research, Africans Deserve Reparations, Africans Rising, Africa Today/KPFA, All African People’s Revolutionary Party, African Children’s Advanced Learning Center, ANSWER Coalition-SF Bay Area, Anti Police-Terror Project, Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC), Avotcja KPOO, BAYAN-USA, Bay Area Youth Arts, Black Cultural Zone, Caminante Cultural Foundation, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, Center for Political Education, Chiapas Support Committee, Code Pink, Communist Workers League, East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, Ecumenical Peace Institute, End Solitary Santa Cruz County, Flashpoints/KPFA, Four Nations, Freedom…

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ReBlog • aRcHiVeS | “Calling All Women!” || Poem by Ruby Dee | UBUNTU ✊🏾

“Calling All Women!” Poem by Ruby Dee, dedicated to Madeline Lee Gilford https://youtu.be/kgZdYk3Z2Ew Source via YouTube: Deborah Lynn  “Calling All Women!” || Poem by Ruby Dee

ReBlog|📻🎙️🌍📲 Hip-Hop Artist: Enny – “I Want”

Source: Hip Hop African https://hiphopafrican.com/enny-i-want/ Enny is a British rapper born of Nigerian Heritage and raised in Southeast London, more specifically Thamesmead. She is the daughter of Nigerian immigrants and identifies both with Nigeria culture and the diaspora alongside British culture. In fact, she really does allow her intersectionality in her culture and life shine … Continue reading ReBlog|📻🎙️🌍📲 Hip-Hop Artist: Enny – “I Want”

ReBlog | Land Defender Francia Márquez Might Become Colombia’s First Black Vice President |

Land Defender Francia Márquez Might Become Colombia’s First Black Vice President Source: Latin America News Dispatch MAR 28, 2022 https://www.latinorebels.com/2022/03/28/marquezcolombia/ Afro-Colombian land defender Francia Márquez, who has been chosen to be the running mate of Colombia’s leading presidential candidate, Gustavo Petro (Mauricio Pulido/Forbes Colombia) COLOMBIA: Leading presidential candidate Gustavo Petro announced Wednesday that the Black environmentalist lawyer Francia Márquez will serve … Continue reading ReBlog | Land Defender Francia Márquez Might Become Colombia’s First Black Vice President |

Workers at Starbucks Stores Across the United States Declare: Union, Yes!

FullPOWER SALUTE and SOLIDarity with #StarbucksWorkersUnited✊🏾☕✊🏾

timeFULL revolutionary words of A. Phillip Randolph:

“Nothing counts but pressure, pressure, more pressure, and still more pressure through broad organized aggressive mass action.”

A Luta Continuá 👊🏾 🌎🌍🌏👊🏾 | Onward!!!!

Wisconsin Bail Out the People Movement

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Women and Oppressed Gender Caucus of Workers World Party | Webinar: In Honor of Women’s History Month | March 17

“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” -AudreLorde; UBUNTU ✊🏾 Women and Oppressed Gender Caucus of Workers World Party invites you to a webinar: In honor of Women's History Month Date: March 17 | Time: 7:30pm Register ↪️ http://bit.ly/IWWD2022 https://t.co/MbwevnkbXR

Wa Mek Prince William an Kate a Come Ya?

ReBlog 🇯🇲| Excerpt: “Another country that has been tipped as a high possibility of being visited by the couple [Prince William and Duchess Catherine] is Jamaica. Much like Barbados, there have been murmurings that the country has thought about declaring independence and it is hoped that Prince William and Catherine will give the monarchy the boost it needs to convince Caribbean leaders not to follow Barbados.” 🧐|| Recalling, circa 2012, when our former Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller proposed Jamaica begin the process to become a Republic. At that time, Prince Harry “visited” Jamaica as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Tour celebration.🤔 [https://bit.ly/3LLKow8]

Jamaica Woman Tongue

Two spelling systems are used for the Jamaican language below. The first, ‘Chaka-Chaka’, is based on English spelling, which is notoriously irregular. The second, ‘Prapa-Prapa’, is the consistent, specialist system designed by the Jamaican linguist Frederic Cassidy. It has been updated by the Jamaican Language Unit at the University of the West Indies, Mona. After the two Jamaican versions, there’s an English translation.


Pon Bob Marley birthday, February 6, Queen Elizabeth start celebrate fi her 70 year Jubilee. Di two 6 clash inna Reggae Month. She a di first queen or king deh pon di throne fi so long. An party a go keep fi one whole-a year. Since as how Missis Queen a di head a fi wi country, it look like seh wi must an bound fi celebrate wid her. Nuh matter wa wi tink bout her an fi her generation dem! All like Queen…

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Snow and the trees 

ReBlog | #snowETIC prose 📝☕ |🗻🌨️ ”The snow falling on the trees and branches is making the forest look like an imaginary winter land, but not a wonder one though” – Gun Roswell

Rantings Of A Third Kind

”The snow falling on the trees and branches is making the forest look like an imaginary winter land, but not a wonder one though” Gun Roswell 

Snow and the trees 

The flakes are pouring down from the high heavens, landing all over the place, but especially on the tree tops in their race to conquer the world during this wintery swirl, nothing remains untouched as the goal is to get it all covered by so much snow, that those below, the dwellers, the animals the nature itself, will soon be in a white blanket laying undisturbed.

But a few greens here and there, dare to peek out from under the covers so light, while ruffling their spiky feathers, these pine trees will not submit or yield to the fight of the dominance of being under a flaky garment, not all over them anyway, rather letting these freaky flakes know, they…

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New Filing in Mumia’s Case

ReBlog || #FreeMumiaNow || Brick by Brick 🧱 Wall by Wall 🧱 — Free All Political Prisoners #Free DrMutuluShakur #FreeLeonardPeltier #FreeImamJamil #FreeSundiataAcoli #FreeRuchellCinqueMagee #FreeKamauSadiki #FreeJulianAssange #FreeAafiaSiddiqui & ALL Political Prisoners 🤜🏾🌍🌎🌏🤛🏾 | Join The Movement & The Struggle 👊🏾 A Luta Continuá ✊🏾

Wisconsin Bail Out the People Movement

New filing in case of political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal

By Johanna Fernandez, Campaign to Bring Mumia Home

Dear Friends:

In her novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston wrote, “There are years that ask questions and years that answer.”

With continued pressure from below, 2022 will be the year that forces the Philadelphia DA’s Office and the Philly Police Department to answer questions about why they framed imprisoned radio journalist and veteran Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal. That’s because Abu-Jamal’s attorneys have filed a PCRA petition (link below) focused entirely on the 6 boxes of case files that were found in a storage room of the DA’s office in December 2018 when the case was being heard before Judge Leon Tucker in the Court of Common Pleas….

The contents of these boxes shine light on decades of white supremacy and rampant lawlessness in America’s courts and prisons. They also hold enormous promise for Mumia’s freedom and…

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“Jamaican Apple Pickers of Upstate New York”

RePost |👁️👁️| The Jamaican Apple Pickers of Upstate New York | NYTimes || circa 2017 || A Luta Continuá 🧭 The Struggle Continues 🤜🏾🍎🌱🍏🤛🏾

Jamaican Journal

This was a good feature on the Jamaicans who travel every year to work in the U.S. They pick fruit over long hours, leave their families and perform hard physical labour. But they say it makes them a good living.

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