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The Burning Spear newspaper featured the Black Power Blueprint in its December issue in-print and online:
The Black Power Blueprint is taking root in North St. Louis, claiming territory by and for us, the African working class.
Currently five blocks on West Florissant Ave. in the O’Fallon neighborhood are in the midst of rapid Black Power Blueprint transformation to serve our own black needs—not gentrification or big developers.
Step by step we are putting in place our own people’s urban plan based on the political and economic empowerment of the African working class.
A program of the African People’s Socialist Party, led by Deputy Chair Ona Zené Yeshitela, the Black Power Blueprint is renovating abandoned buildings and spaces, and developing economic projects for our community.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch featured the Black Power Blueprint on the front page of its Sunday, November 29, 2020 edition.
This fall, Building Black Bed-Stuy, a new fundraising organization launched a creative, dynamic crowdfunding campaign to raise resources for the Black Power Blueprint!
Read the story on Vogue.com: ‘The Vibe Is About Celebrating Blackness’: Meet the Women Behind Building Black Bed-Stuy