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Mission Statement of the Black Radical Congress (BRC)
Adopted by the National Council (NC) of the BRC, East St. Louis,
Illinois-September 26, 1999

The purpose of the Black Radical Congress (BRC) is to promote dialogue among
African American activists and scholars on the left; to discuss critical
issues on the national and international scene that pertain to the Black
community; to explore new strategies and directions for progressive
political, social and cultural movements; and to renew the Black radical
movement through increased unified action.

The economic, political and social problems facing the country and the world
demand radical and democratic solutions. This assessment resonates with a
particularly strong echo among people of African descent. Yet, the political
forces which have advocated such transformation for Black people have found
themselves marginalized and isolated from each other. However, there is a
critical mass of African American activists and scholars able and willing to
engage in a serious discussion of the motion of Black politics, the issues
of the day and the strengths and weaknesses of the strategies for
advancement that hold sway in the Black community and in the broader
progressive movements. Fresh thinking and creative approaches are required
to overcome class exploitation, racism, sexism, homophobia, to protect the
environment and to build a humane and just society in a peaceful world. We
are challenged to preserve and utilize the best elements of revolutionary
nationalist, radical feminist, new Afrikan, socialist and Marxist
revolutionary traditions while opening ourselves to new analyses and
perspectives in order to redefine our role and vision in a new historical
epoch as we enter the 21st century.

The BRC sponsors conferences, seminars and forums, produces publications and
takes on various projects that engage black progressives from a wide variety
of social and political experiences. Our main emphasis is on finding
concrete mechanisms to build dialogue and alliances; bringing diverse
radical traditions to bear on contemporary realities; dealing seriously with
political, social, cultural and theoretical issues in an accessible way and
recognizing the centrality of anti-racist politics and the movements of
people of color to the process of social change in the United States. BRC
projects will include producing publications including periodical policy
papers, sponsoring and co-sponsoring forums and conferences, holding small
discussion groups and developing means for information sharing and
networking among progressive black activists nationally and locally, and
engaging in collective action on political, social, economic and cultural
issues that pertain to the Black community locally, nationally and globally.


Black Radical Congress
National Office
Columbia University Station
P.O. Box 250791
New York, NY 10025-1509
Phone: (212) 969-0348

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