Black Power Blueprint held a dynamic program and volunteer day in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We are carrying the Civil Rights and Black Power struggles of the 60s to today!
We opened with a powerful presentation by Uhuru Movement leader Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the true radical history of Dr. King.
We heard from the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement, the African National Women’s Organization, and the Uhuru Solidarity Movement on their open volunteer positions.
We went across the street from the Uhuru House to hear updates on the One Africa! One Nation! Marketplace venue which will be a hub of black economics. Then we proceeded into the workshops to discuss what we want to see at the marketplace and what kind of black businesses and products we want to emerge in North St Louis.