The New Black Child’s Pledge

The New Black Child’s Pledge
By Uhuru B. Rowe
December 8, 2017

I pledge firm allegiance to my beautiful Black brothers and sisters and to love them as I love myself.

I pledge to develop a revolutionary, political, and militant mind to the fullest possible extent.

I will seek, learn, and study all that I can about my Black history and culture, and the Black Liberation Movement in order to give my absolute best to my Black brothers and sisters in their pursuit of and struggle for Freedom, Justice, and Equality.

I will keep myself physically fit, maintain a healthy diet, and build a strong body that is free of drugs and other toxic substances which weakens me and lessens my ability to protect myself, my family, and my Black brothers and sisters.

I will eagerly share my knowledge, wisdom, and understanding with them in order to liberate their minds and bring about revolution more quickly.

I will always strive to show respect to all Black people in word and in deed.

I will rob or steal nothing from a Black brother or sister, cheat no Black brother or sister, abuse no Black brother or sister, misuse no Black brother or sister, deceive no Black brother or sister, inform or rat on no Black brother or sister, and spread no rumors.

I will train myself in martial arts and other techniques of self-defense so that I will be fully capable of defending my Black brothers and sisters from any form violence.

I will discipline myself not to engage in Black on Black violence and genocide by directing my rage and aggression away from my Black brothers and sisters and redirecting it towards our racist and fascist oppressors.

These principles I pledge to study, recite, and practice daily and to teach them to other Black brothers and sisters in order to unify and liberate my People.

Black Power!!
All Power to the People!!


A Letter to a Young Gangster

By Uhuru B. Rowe
August 6, 2017

Peace Black brother,

I hope this letter finds you strong and defiant in mind, body, and spirit. I really enjoyed the few times we exchanged ideas about the new Black liberation struggle. I was a little surprised when you told me that you consider yourself a Black revolutionary because most young brothers who gang bang don’t identify themselves as such, and that’s because being one requires opposing and resisting racism and oppression which is a huge burden and responsibility. Others simply don’t understand the concept of a Revolutionary.

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Neutralize Their Activities. Part II

​The Footprints of COINTELPRO from The Black Panther Party, the MOVE Organization, and Beyond
By Uhuru B. Rowe

The residue of COINTELPRO can be seen on the frame-up conviction of former Black Panther, Journalist, and MOVE supporter, Mumia Abu-Jamal, for the December 1981 murder of a Philadelphia police officer.

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Neutralize Their Activites:  The Footprints of COINTELPRO from The Black Panther Party, the MOVE Organization, and Beyond

By Uhuru B. Rowe
March 28, 2017


I will like to expound on the U.S. government-sanctioned attacks on the MOVE Organization within the larger context of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) campaign of harassment, murder, and imprisonment during the revolutionary 60s and 70s, and even today, in an effort to thwart the realization and actualization of Black Power and Black Liberation .
The MOVE Organization, founded by John Africa, a former Black Panther, was/is a militant Black Liberation “back-to-nature” communal organization, which, like the Black Panthers, advocated armed self-defense. This stance of armed self-defense put the MOVE Organization–like the Black Panther Party– unwittingly in the cross-hairs of the federal government.

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