Last weekend I tabled at the Black Market in Cambridge, MA. I had my distro and I set it up as a fundraiser to raise reparations for the African People’s Socialist Party. In January of this year I joined the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. It’s a white organization under the leadership of the African working class, and it’s our responsibility to go into white communities and seek reparations for slavery and the genocide of African people. A few weeks ago I went to Florida for their annual national convention and met some super rad organizers. Time to get organizing! Here’s my table:
I shared the table with another project I’ve been a part of, a screenprint collective that’s a fundraiser for the AIDS Action Committee. I designed some of the images (no borders, turtle island, and the Audre Lorde quote) and burned almost all the screens. We’ve had 2 action days so far printing a ton of shirts at Parts and Crafts, the makerspace where I work in Somerville.
This was the selfie I made in january saying why I joined the Uhuru Solidarity Movement:
Alright that about sums it up for my bi-annual posting to this site. Happy springtime.