The 50th Anniversary of Black Power: From Kwame Ture to Rosa Clemente, The Vote and an Appeal to the Green Party

Summary/Abstract: Black Power as most popularly expressed by Stokely Carmichael/Kwame Ture was/is anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist, pan-Africanist, scientific socialist, internationalist and revolutionary. Voting was seen by this movement as one (not the only) method of organizing a mass movement and challenging (and demonstrating that challenge) the system and its claims that the vote is a mechanism of … Continue reading The 50th Anniversary of Black Power: From Kwame Ture to Rosa Clemente, The Vote and an Appeal to the Green Party