In Black Hammer’s first rally of 2021, the entire membership voted on our goals for 2021. The Black Hammer Organization’s last Tuesday rally of 2020 happened to be the largest we’ve had in the organization’s history, and we are only getting bigger and badder. These are all the plans we’ll be tackling this year! Secretary General’s Office Under the supervision of our Secretary-General Anco, Black Hammer Organization has the primary goal of building a dual contending power. We’ve already made headway with Hammer City, and 2021 will see the beginnings of the Feed The People program. Black Hammer will also . . .
Bodies of colonized people (people of color) have historically been disrespected, abused, and removed of self-rule. From chattel to wage to carceral slavery, colonized bodies are used as the loot to maintain white power’s fading dominance over colonized lives, labor, land, and resources. For some, it may feel like death is the only escape. But not even death can save one from the savagery of the colonizer. . . .
Since the amerikkkan “civil rights act” 56 years ago, voting has seemed to be the only answer liberals have made to “improve” their white nationalist state, but what has it really done for poor and working-class African, Indigenous, and colonized people? Elections serve the white colonizers and their sellouts, the neocolonial “people of color.” This is clear since both parties have promised to give more power and resources to the pigs who lynch colonized people with a quota! Colonial “democracy” on stolen land is a sham. Only Indigenous people have claims to Turtle Island, aka what colonizers call amerikkka! So . . .
As an African Non-Binary Queer Differently-Abled Person who is the child of immigrants, I initially gravitated towards the theory of Intersectionality. But I soon realized that underneath the mask, what is being called intersectional feminism is just white feminism with artificial flavoring. . . .
The following speech was given by Commander in Chief Gazi Kodzo in Rally #16 on the topic of the loneliness of the revolutionary, a common topic in light of recent events and protests as we set off to build a world without colonialism. I am about to do something that I was programmed to not do by a single Black mother that taught me never to expose yourself or your feelings or your heart because colonialism is going to squash it. But I’m a revolutionary now and we must be transparent with what we’re going through to the people, and . . .
Karl Marx did not invent socialism. Marx stated himself that he got the idea of an equal society without economic oppression from studying pre-colonial Africans and pre-colonial indigenous people of Turtle Island, the ‘Americas.’ . . .
This week, to commemorate one year of the Hood Communist blog, the editors sit down and discuss the reason they decided to create the blog and where they see the revolutionary potential of Africans in the US today. Check it out below. Learn more about our organizations All African People’s Revolutionary Party Black Alliance for Peace Black Hammer Ujima People’s Progress Party . . .
Around midnight, Mother Leydy called an ambulance since Alejandra Monocuco, her friend and housemate, could not breathe well. Approximately 50 minutes later, an ambulance arrived. However, the paramedics did not come with the necessary PPE, meaning it took them fifteen more minutes to safely enter the house after arriving. They took Alejandra’s temperature and took blood from her finger. The paramedics told them that she had no symptoms for COVID-19 and that there was no need to worry. She was asked if she had any other symptoms, to which she replied that she was living with HIV. After that, the . . .