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New Black Nationalist Action Documents

No. 1. What New Black Nationalist Believe 01.01. 2020

No 2. New Black Nationalist 2021 Action Plan  02.28.2020 

The Fanon Arguments​

No. 1. Frantz Fanon and New Black Nationalism, A Synthesis of Insurgency: 11..1.2020

No. 2.  New Black Nationalist Adopt Fanonism as its Guiding Philosophy: 02.20.2021

No. 3.  Fanon on Women, Sexuality, and Gender: 03.29.2021

No. 4. A Quarter to Nation Time: Fanon on Nationalism and Nation-Building: 6.27.2021

No. 5. Fanon on Violence, Destruction, and Creation  8.29.2021

Black Lives Matter 2.0 - "The Lavender Revolution" 

No. 1. The Birth of Black Lives Matter 2.0 - What is it?: 08.29.2020

No. 2. Kenosha Up In Smoke, This is BLM 2.0 08.30.2020

No. 3  BLM 2.0 & the Call for a New Black Diaspora Movement 09.04.2020

No. 4. Eight Women Black Lives Matter 2.0 Global Leaders in 2020: 9.30.2020

No. 5. Black Lives Matter 2.0 What Comes Next? 11.01.2020

No. 6. The Consciousness, Composition & Actions of the Global BLM 2.0 Insurgency: 10.02.2020  

No.7. Rochester's Rising & Louisville's Standoff: The Whispers of Civil War: 09.07. 2021

The Fanon Global Movement

No. 1. Crisis Theory and the Decline of American Empire

No. 2. From the Black Diaspora Movement to the Fanon Global Movement  01.21.2021

No. 3. The Fanon Global Movement Launched 2.20.2021

The Black Militia Movement

No. 1. Statement of Support for the Not Fucking Around Coalition: 07.07.2020

​No. 2. Louisville's Timebomb: Justice for Breonna & the Not Fucking Around Coalition's Return

No. 3. Black Militias and Black Women With Guns 09.25.2020

No. 4. Free "Grandmaster Jay" Johnson: 12.09.2021

No. 5. The Disappearance of the Not Fucking Around ​Coalition: 05.09.2021​

No. 6. Geronimo Pratt Gun Club and New Black Panther Party Lead Armed Tulsa: March 06.06.2021

No. 7. Detroit 67' Why None Dare Call  It Insurrection   

No. 8. Rise of the Moors: Standoff in Massachusetts 


No. 1. Why New Black Nationalists are Embracing Womanism - An Alice Walker Construct: 4:10.2021

No. 2. Revisiting Patricia Hill Collins Critique on Womanism: 05.20.2021

Black Feminist - Black Nationalist Exchange

No. 1. Black Feminisms' Intersectionality Moment: 08.11.2019 ​

No. 2. Stateless Mulattos Against Black Patriarchy: 12.11.2019

No. 3. Black Lives Matter's Demise & Questions of Black Feminism: 02.15.2020

No. 4. NBN Dedication to Black Feminists on Observance of Black History Month 2021: 02.01.2021 

No. 5 Jasbir Naur on Intersectionality, Necro-politics and Bio-power 

On the International Situation 

No 1. New Black Nationalists Declaration of Support for Independence of West​ Papua

No. 2 Free Bobi and Barbara Wine: Fight the Fraud!: 01.08.2021 

No.3 Black Lives Matter Leader in Oxford, U.K Calls for Black Militia & New Political Party 

No.4 Response to Ajamu Baraka: Resist the U.S./EU/NATO Axis of Domination: 01.21.2021

No.5 NBN Support for the Afro-Cuban Inspired July Risings in Cuba

No.6 NBN Calls On Haitian People to Take Control of Port au Prince

​On George Floyd

No1  Its Right to Rebel in Minneapolis 05.29.2020

No.2 Cell Phone and Street Justice for George Floyd: 04.20. 2020 

No3. Chauvin's 22.5 Year Sentence for Executing George Floyd is Slap on the Wrist 06.25.2021

Special Features

No.1 Detroit 67' Why None Dare it Insurrection - A Personal Account From the NBN Editor 07.01.2018

No.2 Is America Going Fascist? - Bob Avakian & the Revolutionary Communist Party's Analysis

No.3 New Black Nationalists on Reparations 

No. 4. Democratic Socialism and Black Nationalism: Black Vote 2020 

No. 5 Black Millennials and Black Nationalism: Pathways to a Nation-State

No. 6, New Black Nationalist Statement of Support for the Pacific Northwest Youth Liberation Front

On Culture

No1. Statement in Support of Afrofuturist Culture   02.01. 2021

No 2. The Black Arts Movement & the Hand-Grenade Poets

No.3 Why Black Nationalists Failed to Develop a Theory on Black Culture  

No.4 How Afrocentrists & Pan Africanists Hijacked Black Culture

The Trump Dossier   

No.1 Trump's Culture War & The New White Man      08.05.2021

No.2 Lessons from the Battle of Charlottesville          04.15.2017

No.3  Why Trump's Capitol Coup Succeeded            01.07.2021

No.4 Election Day Violence, Vote Stealing and Chaos  11.03.21

No.5 Trumps Coup Opens Civil War Between Whites  01.17.2021

No.6 The November 3 Elections: A Fractured Nation & the Shadows of Civil War 11.06.2021

No.7 The Soft Coup to Remove Trump From the Oval Office   03,30.2018  

No.8 Trump Inc. - A Queens Tale: Dutch Schultz on the Potomac  01.29.2017

No.9 "Whitopia," Greg Johnson and the White Nationalist Culture War  02.04.2018

​    New Black Nationalist Movement Articles 

​Nerve Center of the Black Nationalist - Fanonist - Womanist Movement
Trump's Culture War: The New 
White Man & American Apartheid 

On Black Feminist-Black Nationalist Exchange
South Africa Study Project 

The New Apartheid

by Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh

Call for Critical Reading
of 'The New Apartheid'

"Apartheid did not die:" said Mpofu-Walsh, "It was privatized. In this book, I pursue this single, simple thesis."  Why do I invoke apartheid, 'a term felt in the skin before it is read'? First, the scale of the inequity in South Africa merits the weight of the word, as I will endeavor to show in what follows. To avoid the term is to sugar-coat reality. Shying away from apartheid abets those who wish to claim premature victory in South Africa's pursuit of liberation.
                                           Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh

Womens Republic
The Working Womanist Collective
​African Womanism Reclaiming Ourselves
The Fanon Arguments No. 6

Jasbir Puar on Intersectionality, 
Necro-politics and Bio-power
Clarence Thomas is the New Chief   Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 
​                        cnn.com
09.21. 2020  NewBlackNationalism.com

International Tribunal Project

The Right to Self-Determination 

by Professor Boyles

 In order to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Columbus’s invasion of the Americas, in early 1992 I was asked by the Organizers of the International Tribunal of Indigenous Peoples and Oppressed Nations in the U.S.A. to serve as Special Prosecutor of the United States of America for committing international crimes against Indigenous Peoples, People of Color, and Oppressed Nationalities, including and especially African Americans. 
Fanon on 
and Creation
09.01.2021       NewBlackNationalism.com
USA Today Article Writes the Obituary
for the 'Not Fucking Around Coalition' 
A new movement is afoot in Black communities across America's settler state. It's animating ideal is individual, collective, and community armed self-defense. New Black Nationalists have characterized this kinetic resistance as the Black Home Guard movement. 

.Unlike most movements, Black Home Guard [BHG] has no charismatic leader, no snappy slogan that rolls off the tongue, no flagship organization, no collective manifesto, no financial maven bankrolling its sundry projects, no public relations gurus crafting messaging strategies, and no action plan. 
11.15.2021  NewBlackNationalism.com

Black Home Guard

The Armed Black Self-Defense Movement
Frantz Fanon's Burial in Algeria Dec:12, 1961      by National Liberation Front Soldiers

New Black Nationalists assert that Frantz Fanon engaged these profound philosophical issues and crafted an interlocking assemblage of concepts on existentialism, ontology, ethics, phenomenology, and epistemology that constitute the touchstones of a Fanonian philosophical system. These constructs were largely enumerated in his publication of Black Skin, White Masks (1952).  

The Nardal Sisters of Martinique:  

The Sisters Who Helped Launch The "Negritude Movement in Paris"  

​The story of the women who ran the Clarmont Salon in Paris, wrote revolutionary literature, facilitated a Black international cultural revolt, and connected Harlem Renaissance artists and writers to Africa's first generation of independence leaders.

"Femme Negritude and the Francophone New Negro", by T. Denean Sharpley Whiting  

China is Not Colonizing Africa