Mobilization Versus Organization – UBARadio

Mobilization Versus Organization - UBARadio

Ours is not to teach the people to be conscious, but to make them conscious of their unconscious behavior. – Kwame Ture

The struggle is never an event, it is a process. This is what we must understand if we are to achieve what our Ancestors first set out to do. Protests may be a means to an end, but the activity can never replace true organization.

In this podcast, we do the knowledge on the difference between the two.

Here Is What You Will Learn

✓ How the system of white supremacy organized itself to beat the Black Revolution
✓ Why every organizer must be a mobilizer, but every mobilizer is not an organizer.
✓ What we must do as a Pan-African movement to achieve real and lasting results in the face of white supremacy

Resources Mentioned In This Episode

Black Power : The Politics of Liberation
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Black Power : The Politics of Liberation
  • Kwame Ture (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 256 Pages - 11/10/1992 (Publication Date) - Vintage (Publisher)

Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.
460 Reviews
Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.
  • Third World Press
  • Williams, Chancellor (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)

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Téah-saffiya Kennedy

Hey I just wanted to add, a lot of mixed people, mixed with black that is, identify with black people as in we call ourselves black, white people do not treat us as white by any means and the only place we often find solidarity and a community is with our other brothers and sisters of African decent. It depends on how we grow up and the intentions of our parents, this is often why most mixed people with white mothers tend to be, for want of a better phrase, complete coons. But like Malcolm we still interact with whiteness… Read more »


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