In this episode, he joins Amber and Erika Kalonji Changa, co-founder of Black Power Media and National Coordinator of the FTP Movement and author of “How to Build a People’s Army”. We discuss black resistance, survival, and universal self-defense, and why America is so at odds with blacks who assure agency of our ability to survive in a racist white supremacist society that invests in our destruction. Through historical and tactical lenses, Kalonji identifies deliberate American attempts to mischaracterize the nonviolence that entrenched the civil rights movement, with the demonization of blacks who take up arms and practice the self-care of societal independence. Tune in to learn about the past and how you can prepare in the present!
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** Kalonji Gama Changa **
Many consider the Kalonji Gamma Changa to be one of the most effective regulators in the United States. Kalonji is an active advocate for the people, and has fought on multiple fronts to address issues such as issues of local and national police brutality to international human rights abuses. Due to his dedication and perseverance, Kalonji has been featured in various media including CNN, FOX and BBC, to name a few.
Under Kalonji’s direction as founder/national coordinator of the FTP movement, programs such as International Feed The People, Siafu Youth Corps, Mama’s Army and the National Police Counter Terrorism Coalition have matured and developed.
Kalonji Jama Changa is the author of the bestselling book How to Build a People’s Army and co-producer of the documentary Organizing is the New Great.
Kalonji Jama Changa is currently the Co-Chair of the Institute for Urban Survival and Preparedness and Director of Freedom Home Academy, an independent African Center school in Atlanta, Georgia.