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A collective of revolutionary communists fighting against capitalism, racism and imperialism in the U.S. for the sake of Black Liberation.

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January 6, 2024

5 Points of Focus

Housing

For Our Liberation recognizes housing as an essential human right. We advocate for equitable access to safe, affordable, and quality housing for all individuals. Their goal is to address the systemic barriers that prevent marginalized communities, particularly Black communities, from accessing suitable housing options.

Housing

For Our Liberation recognizes housing as an essential human right. We advocate for equitable access to safe, affordable, and quality housing for all individuals. Their goal is to address the systemic barriers that prevent marginalized communities, particularly Black communities, from accessing suitable housing options.

Reparations

For Our Liberation stands for reparations as a just response to the long-lasting consequences of over four centuries of enslavement and disenfranchisement. We demand acknowledgment, accountability, and redress for the historical and ongoing injustices faced by Black communities.

Reparations

For Our Liberation stands for reparations as a just response to the long-lasting consequences of over four centuries of enslavement and disenfranchisement. We demand acknowledgment, accountability, and redress for the historical and ongoing injustices faced by Black communities.

Food Security

For Our Liberation emphasizes the importance of equitable access to essential and quality food options within communities. We strive to address food deserts and inequities in food access, advocating for sustainable and community-based solutions that ensure everyone has access to nutritious food.

Food Security

For Our Liberation emphasizes the importance of equitable access to essential and quality food options within communities. We strive to address food deserts and inequities in food access, advocating for sustainable and community-based solutions that ensure everyone has access to nutritious food.

Gentrification

For Our Liberation firmly opposes the practices of white supremacists, profit-driven capitalists, exploitative landlords, and similar forces involved in gentrifying predominantly Black neighborhoods. We demand an immediate end to these practices and work towards preserving the cultural fabric and affordability of historically marginalized communities.

Gentrification

For Our Liberation firmly opposes the practices of white supremacists, profit-driven capitalists, exploitative landlords, and similar forces involved in gentrifying predominantly Black neighborhoods. We demand an immediate end to these practices and work towards preserving the cultural fabric and affordability of historically marginalized communities.

Police Brutality

For Our Liberation strongly condemns acts of slayings and lynchings perpetrated against Black individuals in the United States. We advocate for an immediate end to police brutality and the systemic racism embedded within law enforcement. Their aim is to achieve justice, accountability, and the dismantling of oppressive systems that perpetuate violence against Black communities.

Police Brutality

For Our Liberation strongly condemns acts of slayings and lynchings perpetrated against Black individuals in the United States. We advocate for an immediate end to police brutality and the systemic racism embedded within law enforcement. Their aim is to achieve justice, accountability, and the dismantling of oppressive systems that perpetuate violence against Black communities.

SOCIAL JUSTICE

We have made our demands that we deem necessary and vital for the well-being and liberation of our communities. We expect elected officials and those in positions of power to listen, act, and work tirelessly towards fulfilling these demands.

We're not asking for change. We're demanding it.

Road To Liberation

Stepping towards Communism

Abolish land property, allocate rents to public purposes

This demand aims to address the unequal distribution of wealth and power that is perpetuated by private land ownership. By abolishing land property and allocating rents to public purposes, we can create a more equitable society where resources are shared and utilized for the benefit of all. This would not only help alleviate poverty and homelessness but also ensure that everyone has access to basic necessities such as housing, education, and healthcare.

Implement progressive income tax for equity.

Individuals with higher incomes are required to pay a higher percentage of their earnings in taxes under this system, while those with lower incomes are taxed at a lower rate. This approach ensures that the tax burden is distributed more fairly because it considers ability to pay and helps reduce income inequality. Furthermore, a progressive income tax can provide governments with a consistent source of revenue, allowing them to invest in public infrastructure.

Eliminate inheritance rights, redistribute wealth.

Eliminating inheritance rights and redistributing wealth can be seen as a way to address the concentration of wealth among a few individuals and promote a more equitable society. By doing so, it can help reduce the perpetuation of economic disparities across generations and provide opportunities for social mobility. Additionally, this approach may enable governments to fund social welfare programs and initiatives that aim to uplift disadvantaged communities, fostering a more inclusive and cohesive society.

Confiscate bourgeois emigrants' and rebels' property.

Confiscating the property of bourgeois emigrants and rebels serves as a means to prevent them from using their wealth and resources to undermine the progress towards a more equal society. This measure ensures that those who have benefited from an unjust system are held accountable for their actions and that their ill-gotten gains are used for the betterment of society as a whole.

Centralize credit under State with national bank monopoly.

This allows the government to regulate and control economic funds. This prevents private banks from abusing their power and promotes socially beneficial industries and initiatives by distributing credit more fairly. It also prevents economic crises caused by reckless lending and ensures responsible and sustainable financial resource use.

State control over communication and transport.

This seeks to make telecommunications and transportation available to all, regardless of socioeconomic status. The government can prioritize population needs and provide efficient, affordable services by controlling these sectors. State control prevents monopolies and promotes fair competition, improving service quality for everyone.

Expand state-owned production facilities.

First, it gives the government more control over production, ensuring that essential goods and services are available to the population. Second, increasing domestic production and reducing imports can boost economic growth and create jobs. Finally, state-owned production facilities can promote sustainable and eco-friendly manufacturing practices.

Ensure equal labor responsibility, regardless of gender.

By implementing policies that prohibit gender-based discrimination, governments can promote equal employment opportunities for men and women. This not only promotes social justice, but also maximizes the potential of every individual, resulting in increased productivity and economic prosperity.

Provide free education for all based on individual needs.

Governments can ensure that everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status, has access to quality learning opportunities by removing financial barriers to education. This not only allows individuals to reach their full potential, but it also contributes to a country's overall development and progress.

Enact universal healthcare coverage.

Governments can improve overall public health outcomes and reduce the financial burden on individuals and families by ensuring access to affordable healthcare services. This eventually leads to a healthier and more productive population, which contributes to a country's long-term economic stability and prosperity.

Guarantee free housing for all individuals.

This aims to improve people's lives by promoting social cohesion and reducing social inequality. Furthermore, free housing can alleviate financial stress, allowing individuals to focus their resources on other critical needs such as education and healthcare.

Replace police with community-led safety measures.

By replacing police with community-led safety measures, it allows for the development of trust and cooperation between law enforcement and the communities they serve. Furthermore, this approach can address systemic issues such as racial profiling and excessive use of force, resulting in a more equitable and just society.

Abolish prisons, practice transformative justice.

This shift away from incarceration has the potential to help break the cycle of recidivism and provide individuals with the support and resources they require to successfully reintegrate into society. Furthermore, it enables a focus on addressing the root causes of crime, such as poverty and a lack of opportunities, resulting in safer communities for all.

Grant reparations to Black descendants, allocate land in the South.

Reparations for Black descendants would acknowledge historical injustices and systemic racism and address current inequalities. Allocating land in the South would also address racial segregation and provide economic empowerment and community development.

Restore land to Indigenous communities, respect self-stewardship.

Indigenous communities need land to acknowledge and address historical injustices and displacement. Respect and empower their self-stewardship to reclaim their cultural heritage, strengthen their communities, and promote sustainable development on their ancestral lands. This demand can help Indigenous peoples self-determine and address colonization's long-term effects.

Abolish borders, allow free immigration and refuge-seeking.

We can create a more inclusive, compassionate society that respects the dignity and rights of all by abolishing borders and allowing free immigration and refugee-seeking. This approach recognizes that humanity is interconnected and that everyone deserves the chance to seek safety, improve their life, and enrich diverse cultures and perspectives. This policy change would promote global solidarity and challenge systemic inequalities that perpetuate discrimination and exclusion.

Transition to sustainable energy, revamp power grid.

Addressing climate change and reducing fossil fuel dependence requires switching to renewable energy and revamping the power grid. We can create jobs and boost economic growth by investing in renewable energy sources like solar and wind power. Updating the power grid infrastructure will improve its efficiency, reliability, and resilience, ensuring a sustainable and reliable energy future for all.

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