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African-American History: The Black Panthers
- Documents and interviews in reference to the original Black Panther Party of the 1960s and early 1970s.
All-African People's Revolutionary Party
- In the tradition of the Black Power movement the party seeks the unity of all Africans throughout the world.
Azanian Peoples Organization
- South African party adhering to the principles of the Black Consciousness Movement.
Black Autonomy International
- Integrating anarchism and Black nationalism.
- This site offers contemporary and historic information concerning Black America and the African Diaspora.
Black Radical Congress (BRC)
- Purpose is to promote dialogue among African American activists and scholars on the left; to discuss critical issues on the national and international scene that pertain to the Black community; to explore new strategies and directions for progressive political, social and cultural movements; and to renew the Black radical movement through increased unified action.
- Members only discussion site,promoting positive Black thought.
Found Brethren Of Kush
- Black Nationalist group founded in Queens, NY to fight police brutality. Links to online discussion group.
Huey P. Newton Foundation
- Community-based, non-profit research, education, and advocacy center dedicated to fostering progressive social change. Site includes information on Newton and the Black Panther Party.
Is Afrocentric Mythology Rational?
- A brief analysis of African-American nationalism, with a conclusion as to in what sense they are an American proletariat.
- This site is dedicated to the Nation of Gods and Earths (a Black Muslim group). This site is specifically dedicated to those interested in this Nation in Connecticut.
Pan Africanist Congress
- An historically important South African political organisation. Web site traces history and gives current perspective.
Philadelphia: Black Nationalism on Campus
- Article from the January 1993 issue of The Atlantic Monthly.
The Basis of Black Power
- Position paper written by Stokely Carmichael for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee which coined the term "Black Power".
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