Video: Revolutionary Pan-Africanism feat. Musa Springer and Erica Caines

Watch a video of the groundings panel and discussion on “Revolutionary Pan-Africanism and anti-imperialism!” Organized by the Indianapolis Liberation Center, the event featured special guests D. Musa Springer and Erica Caines, who came from Atlanta and Baltimore respectively.

Springer, a longtime member of the Walter Rodney Foundation, is the International Youth Representative for Cuba’s Red Barrial Afrodesendent, host of the Groundings podcast series, assistant editor of the journal, Pamoja, and author of Alive & Paranoid (Iskra, 2024). Caines, a member of the Black working-class-centered Ujima People’s Progress Party in Maryland, is Coordinating Committee Vice-Chair of the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) and Co-Coordinator of the BAP Haiti/Americas Team. Erica founded Liberation Through Reading and is Co-Editor of the Revolutionary African blog, Hood Communist.

Our guests were joined by local organizers THEKINGTRILL of FOCUS Initiatives LTD., TOO BLACK of the Pendleton2 Defense Committee, and Riley Park of the Indianapolis branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation.

Panel: Revolutionary Pan-Africanism

All viewers will learn about African working-class unity, the role of Black capitalists (or the Black “misleadership class”) in blocking this movement, and how to help organizations locally.

We are excited to keep the momentum going! If you are too, volunteer and/or support the Center so we can continue providing such important programming for the city, our people, and the global struggle for emancipation!