The March for Reparations to African People is a major fundraising campaign to raise $20,000 (at least!) in material solidarity with the Black Power Blueprint - a St. Louis-based program that functions as a blueprint for black-led self-determination and empowerment in cities across the U.S. and world.
THIS is what reparations looks like! Reparations for the Black Power Blueprint.
The Black Power Blueprint is a black-led, anti-colonial, anti-gentrification program. It is led by the African working class, building their own political and economic power over their communities and resources. The Black Power Blueprint is acquiring abandoned, dilapidated buildings, and initiating a rapid process of restoration or demolition to create black community-led, self-reliance programs that uplift the residents and engage them socially, politically and economically in the future of their community.
For white people, the stand of material solidarity with the Black Power Blueprint is a stance of reparations, acknowledging that the social wealth in the white community has come at the expense of colonialism, enslavement and oppression of African people and theft of their resources.
The stand of reparations for the Black Power Blueprint is a stand against police violence, mass incarceration, genocide, colonial poverty and all other forms of injustice and oppression. It is a stand for justice and reparations for African people, the only way that genuine peace for all humanity will be possible.
If you support reparations to African people, and want to share the positive work of the African People's Socialist Party and the Black Power Blueprint with your friends and family, you can set up your own fundraiser by clicking "Become a fundraiser."
The Uhuru Solidarity Movement appreciates your support in helping us raise $20,000 in reparations to African people!
Find and register for a "March for Reparations to African People" in your city on October 17th: uhurusolidarity.org/march
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