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    Amiri Baraka and the Congress of African People

    By: Michael Simanga

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    "The Congress of African People (CAP) was an important Black Power organization formed in 1970 and led by the activist poet Amiri Baraka. It made significant contributions to the Black Liberation Movement throughout the 70s as a leading organization in the National Black Political Convention, the National Black Assembly, African Liberation Day, the African Liberation Support Committee and the Black Women's United Front. CAP also became active in the new communist movement as the Revolutionary Communist League (MLM). This first-hand narrative of CAP is a part of a movement to document and analyze Black Power in the African American Freedom Movement from the 1950s through the 1970s"--

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