What has Become of the Not Fucking Around Coalition
and Grand Master Jay?
06. 27. 2021 by Selwyn Trench
This Fanonian Predicament, if you will, and the contested intellectual space surrounding his works on nationalism, revolution, and nation-building can be attributed to four developments.
SOUTH AFRICA PROJ.
The United States is "Not a Nation of Immigrants"
09.05. 2021 NewBlackNationalism.com
Jasbir Puar on Intersectionality, Necro-politics, and Bio-power
"The claim to intersectionality as the dominant feminist method can be produced with such insistence that an interest in exploring other frames...gets rendered as problematic and even produces woc [women of color] feminists invested in other genealogies as race-traitors."
Author of: Terrorist Assemblages
The Right to Maim
07.7. 2021 NewBlackNationalism.com
When history chronicles the collapse of the United States government, the January 6, 2021, Capitol Coup will be remembered as the pivotal event that triggered the free fall and disintegration of American Empire.
Consecrated in blood and death, the J-6 Coup to overturn the 2020 presidential election marked the white majority's exit from corporately managed "two-party" democracy and migration to the kingdom of Nordic ethnography and autocracy.
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. 3BLM 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 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
This Week From the South Africa Study Project
The South Africa Study Project
Jennifer Nash on Defensiveness and the Intersectionality Wars
Why had the idea of intersectionality as something stolen resonated so deeply? How might we understand the racial politics of this scene, one where a canonical black feminist work is used to theorize the violent theft of another canonical black feminist work? Who owns intersectionality, and who steals it?... What does it mean when an anticaptivity project like black feminist theory claims ownership as a primary model for conducting black feminist inquiry?
From: Black Feminism Reimagined
Nerve Center of the Black Nationalist - Fanonist - Womanist Movement
Trump's Culture War: The New White Man & American Apartheid
Sister Outsider Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde:
Excerpts From Grenada Revisited: An Interim Report, Summary and Analysis
Audre Lorde: Nationalism and Second-Wave
Black Feminism by Cheryl Higashida
In "Grenada Revisited: An Interim Report," Lorde describes her trip to Grenada, her mother's home country, in the wake of the U.S. military's invasion of the small island nation. She attempts to persuade the audience that the American invasion was a deliberate operation meant to crush and subordinate a less-powerful, Black, socialist country.
On Black Feminist-Black Nationalist Exchange
South Africa Study Project
Call for Critical Reading
of 'The New Apartheid'
The Working Womanist Collective
African Womanism Reclaiming Ourselves
by Selwyn Trench
Violence. Frantz Fanon's name is synonymous with the word, and for good reason.
Fanon's writings on Third World insurrection and violence have defined the anti-imperialist global insurgency the past half-century. The bards of imperial scholarship long ago concluded history was not likely to render Fanon's formidable corpus of theories irrelevant.
Nor did discrediting Fanon as an exotic psychiatrist from the remote Lesser Antilles island of Martinique, impress them as a serviceable strategy.
Released on July 14
After the Afghanistan Disaster, NATO Is Already Planning the Next War
South Africa Unemployment Rate Rises to Highest in the World
South Africa will this weekend receive 2.2 million Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses donated by the United States
The Fanon 2.0 Arguments
Fanon Global Critical Reading of "The New Apartheid"
After Silence From Supreme Court, Texas Clinics Confront Near-Total Abortion Ban
In the waning days of Donald Trump's presidency, Amy Coney Barrett won confirmation to the Supreme Court and Clarence Thomas received an equally consequential promotion -- to Chief Justice of the United States. CNN.com
On Audre Lorde: 2nd Wave Black Feminism and Nationalism
on Intersectionality, Necro-politics
This communique updates our readers and guests on important developments that have occurred since the action plan was released in February 2021. It backgrounds the following issues;
- Emerging trend lines and increases in our website traffic.
- The implications of our adoption of Womanism as a free-standing construct
- The decision to transition from the Black Diaspora Movement to the Fanon Global Movement
- Strategic considerations: "Battleground liberation struggles" on the global chessboard
- Some thoughts about The South African Study Group and the July 2021 Revolts
- Completing the critical reading of Fanon's works & final adoption as NBN's philosophy.
This communique updates important developments that have occurred since the action plan's release in February 2021. The update backgrounds the following issues:
Emerging trend lines and increases in our website traffic.
The implications of our adoption of Womanism as a free-standing construct
The decision to transition from the Black Diaspora Movement to the Fanon Global Movement
Strategic considerations: "Battleground struggles" on the global chessboard
Some thoughts about The South African Study Group and the July 2021 Revolts
Completing the critical reading of Fanon's works & final adoption as NBN's philosophy.