Africa Liberation Day represents a clarion call to the continent as her diaspora demands complete political and economic freedom.
A commemoration of the monumental life of Thomas Sankara by shining a light on the vibrant Pan-African movements unfolding in the global African community 30 years after his assasination.
A discussion unpacking the role of Black organized resistance in building an even broader independent movement that addresses the economic needs of all poor and working people and the escalating violence that accompanies the neo-liberal agenda.
The Institute for Policy Studies in collaboration with Friends of the Congo take a retrospective look at the twenty years since the overthrow of the US backed and maintained dictator of then Zaire, Mobutu Sese Seko.
An event highlighting black women resisting patriarchy, sexism, and capitalism in our path to collective liberation, part of the Institute for Policy Studies’s Liberation in Action 2017 Black History Month series!