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AFRICAN RESISTANCE NOW! InPDUM launches new political education series 


The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) presents the broadcast of “African Resistance Now!”

“African Resistance Now!” is critical political education for the masses which airs every other Wednesday at 6:30 CST/7:30 EST on www.facebook.com/INPDUM.

Under the leadership of Kalambayi Andenet, the International President of the InPDUM, “African Resistance Now!” serves the African working class by bringing raw, unfiltered political insight on various sectors of the African life that are affected by colonialism.

Nyabinghi M., InPDUM Houston member, electrifies the masses at Black Lives Matter march for human rights! 


The Houston Branch of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM-Houston) was invited to attend and speak at a Black Lives Matter March for Human Rights on Saturday, May 20, 2017 in Downtown Houston, TX.

The Houston Branch of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM-Houston) was invited to attend and speak at a Black Lives Matter March for Human Rights on Saturday, May 20, 2017 in Downtown Houston, TX.

The Human Rights March was organized as a unity event to center blackness in all of the issues that we are facing in this country, state, city and all while trying to survive under U.S. president Donald Trump, according to its organizers.

The local InPDUM Houston branch decided that this would be a good opportunity to discuss human rights in the form of self-determination and freedom for African people as points 1 and 2 of InPDUM’s Revolutionary National Democratic Program of state: “We demand all rights consistent with being a free people, rights which include self-determination and self-government as the highest expression of genuine democracy. We demand independence in our lifetime. We demand international democratic rights and self-determination for African people throughout the world.”

Attorney files Notice of Intent to Sue the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office on One Year Anniversary of drowning of three black girls 


On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 10am, on the one year anniversary of the drowning of three black girls, Dominique Battle, Ashaunti Butler, and La’Niyah Miller, Attorney Aaron T. O'Neal, counsel for Kunde Mwamvita (Yashica Clemmons), mother of one of the three girls Dominique Battle, will be filing a Notice of Intent to Sue the Pinellas Sheriff’s Office for the drowning of Dominique Battle.