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Tagged as: Black Power, Pan-African, Politics
Diallo Kenyatta is a Pan-Africanist based in Chicago. He’s been active in the Black empowerment and liberation movement for 20 years, starting in high school with the Stop the Violence Coalition and the Block Brothers Program. He has also been a member of the Black United Front, and helped to found the Black Oppression Opposition (B.O.O.M.) Movement in Kansas City.
Upon moving to Brooklyn from Kansas City Diallo remained active, studying under Prof. William Mackey and founding the African Research & Application Collective, which organized study groups and projects based on research and cooperative economics.
Today, Diallo continues his efforts, opening cooperative businesses, engaging in urban organic agriculture, building links between the African Diaspora and liberation struggles in Africa, opposing private and state exploitation of his communities and Black communities across the US. The struggle continues and Diallo is more energized and motivated than ever to play his part.
RT Certification, State University of New York at Downstate
BA Political Science, Chicago State University
MA Public Policy, National Luis University