BYP100 organizers do it for the culture, so it’s only right we make an album. The Black Joy Experience is a musical collection dedicated to freedom songs, liberation…… Read more “The Black Joy Experience Album”
In January 2016, Sadat Ibrahim fled from his home in Accra, Ghana. Ibrahim had been living for years under the constant threat of imprisonment for being gay…… Read more “Justice for Sadat: Immigration is a Black Issue and a Queer Issue”
For Black History Month 2018, MelaNation, BYP100, and several other collectives are engaging with #28DaysOfBlackLove – a social media campaign in which each day is devoted to…… Read more “#UndocuDay: Support Black Undocumented Immigrants”
A free and open internet is essential for Black people to get information, connect with each other, share joy and culture with one another, and build power…… Read more “We Will Not Be Silenced: Fighting for Digital Freedom and an Open Internet”
On January 20, 2017, over 200 people were detained, abused, and charged with false felonies while protesting the Trump regime’s inaugural rise to authoritarian rule. Those 200…… Read more “BYP100 DC Statement of Solidarity with J20 Arrestees”
Black people: we love and we see you. Black organizers and our accomplices are fighting back against the white supremacist, pro-fascist “alt-right, ” including those who descended…… Read more “If White Supremacists Hold a Rally in Your Hood”
In each issue of the zine, there will be a Community Activism Glossary that defines some terms and concepts.