Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement (1968-1971)

The Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement (DRUM) was a radical organization of black autoworkers in Detroit, Michigan who were dissatisfied with working conditions at Chrysler and with the response of their union, the United Autoworkers (UAW). DRUM grew out of the Black Power Movement and began … Read MoreDodge Revolutionary Union Movement (1968-1971)

TransAfrica Forum (1977- )

TransAfrica was organized on July 1, 1977, as a non-profit organization that sought to give aid to predominantly black nations. Any concerns that dealt with the economy, politics, and society in nations, including Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America, were monitored by the organization. It … Read MoreTransAfrica Forum (1977- )

The Black Collective, Tacoma, Washington (1970- )

Arising out of Tacoma, Washington’s civil rights struggle in the 1960s, the Black Collective is a volunteer leadership organization engaged in addressing issues affecting the black community of Tacoma and Pierce County.  The Black Collective began as the Concerned Black Citizens in the immediate aftermath … Read MoreThe Black Collective, Tacoma, Washington (1970- )