By Any Means Necessary
Notes on Revolutionary Theory and Practice An Introduction to One of the Architects of Revolutionary Black Nationalist Theory Our people’s struggle for self-determination, human rights, and liberation will always be at its strongest when it is guided by theory put into action. The theory that guides the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and the New African People’s Organization is rooted in the revolutionary black nationalism of Queen Mother Audley Moore, Malcolm X, and Robert F. Williams. That revolutionary black nationalist theory was built on by the sisters and brothers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, the House of Umoja, the Afrikan People’s Party, and the Republic of New Afrika. Our theory has been influenced and sharpened by great thinkers like Harry Haywood, James and Grace Lee Boggs, Akbar Muhammad Ahmad (Max Stanford) and Mamadou Lumumba. This and each following issue of BAMN will include the best in Revolutionary Black Nationalist theory including its latest developments through New Afrikan womanist, queer, and Afrofuturist lenses. We will continue to publish the best of Revolutionary Black Nationalist thought in the interest of self-determinationand liberation for our nation.
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