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Black Riders Liberation Party 2015
Black Riders Liberation Party 2015
Published: 2015/09/11
Channel: LthlWepon
BLACK RIDERS COALITION
BLACK RIDERS COALITION
Published: 2016/09/28
Channel: BLACK RIDERS LIBERATION PARTY
The Black Riders Liberation Party Presents the Revolution Show on PPR
The Black Riders Liberation Party Presents the Revolution Show on PPR
Published: 2016/01/31
Channel: The Dragon Emerges
Black Riders Liberation Party Watch a Pig MLK Day on MLK Way Oakland, Ca.
Black Riders Liberation Party Watch a Pig MLK Day on MLK Way Oakland, Ca.
Published: 2013/01/22
Channel: ephilipblack
General Taco Of Black Riders Liberation Party at Garvey Rally
General Taco Of Black Riders Liberation Party at Garvey Rally
Published: 2014/06/18
Channel: Melanin Mind frame
King Samir pt1: NBPP, Black Riders, & Black Unity
King Samir pt1: NBPP, Black Riders, & Black Unity
Published: 2015/04/21
Channel: Che Blak
South Wind Meeting the Black Riders Liberation Party
South Wind Meeting the Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2012/05/03
Channel: Ed Keenan
BLACK RIDERS LIBERATION PARTY  Oakland Chapter  (2015)
BLACK RIDERS LIBERATION PARTY Oakland Chapter (2015)
Published: 2015/12/19
Channel: The Dragon Emerges
Free the Black Riders Liberation  Party 3 / D Angelo
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 / D Angelo
Published: 2008/06/28
Channel: soynoise
Black Riders Music Camp: Sgt Askari x E Da Ref - FTP (Official Video)
Black Riders Music Camp: Sgt Askari x E Da Ref - FTP (Official Video)
Published: 2016/06/26
Channel: S T Y L E S
A message to the Anarchist and Vegan SXE from Black Riders
A message to the Anarchist and Vegan SXE from Black Riders
Published: 2008/05/09
Channel: soynoise
Che  Black Riders Liberation Party
Che Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2010/01/15
Channel: LAJustice4OG
Black Riders Watch-a-Pig on BlackArthur Block (Oakland)
Black Riders Watch-a-Pig on BlackArthur Block (Oakland)
Published: 2014/10/17
Channel: Lele mw
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 / Joaquin-Cop Watch
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 / Joaquin-Cop Watch
Published: 2008/06/29
Channel: soynoise
Interview with Taco from Black Riders Liberation Party
Interview with Taco from Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2006/06/14
Channel: soynoise
The Black Riders Liberation Group (Live)
The Black Riders Liberation Group (Live)
Published: 2017/02/14
Channel: K. Smith
Black Riders demand justice for Oscar Grant - Exclusive
Black Riders demand justice for Oscar Grant - Exclusive
Published: 2010/11/08
Channel: RT America
PNN-TV:Street Newsroom on Deep East TV; Black Riders E Da Ref speaking truth
PNN-TV:Street Newsroom on Deep East TV; Black Riders E Da Ref speaking truth
Published: 2014/01/16
Channel: Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE
Black Riders Liberation Party
Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2011/10/23
Channel: soynoise
Black Rider Liberation Party 2008
Black Rider Liberation Party 2008
Published: 2008/04/25
Channel: soynoise
Black Riders Liberation Party
Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2009/08/03
Channel: soynoise
PNN-TV:Street Newsroom on DeepEast TV- Featuring Shango From Black Riders Liberation Party
PNN-TV:Street Newsroom on DeepEast TV- Featuring Shango From Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2013/10/04
Channel: Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE
New Generation Black Panther
New Generation Black Panther
Published: 2016/03/18
Channel: LO High
Black Panthers & Anarchism Panel - part 1
Black Panthers & Anarchism Panel - part 1
Published: 2014/01/12
Channel: soynoise
Sisters in Revolutionary Hip Hop ( the Black Riders Team )
Sisters in Revolutionary Hip Hop ( the Black Riders Team )
Published: 2008/07/15
Channel: soynoise
T.A.C.O. speech (part one)
T.A.C.O. speech (part one)
Published: 2012/09/21
Channel: soynoise
T.A.C.O. Speech (part two)
T.A.C.O. Speech (part two)
Published: 2012/10/19
Channel: soynoise
Free the Black Riders Liberation  Party 3 / Dele
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 / Dele
Published: 2008/06/27
Channel: soynoise
Black Riders Liberation Party
Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2007/03/14
Channel: soynoise
Black Rider
Black Rider's Liberation Party Provide Water & Insight Into The Flint Water Crisis - Senior Home
Published: 2016/02/01
Channel: ReadYO Radio
Black Riders
Black Riders
Published: 2008/03/23
Channel: filmnut99
Black Rider Liberation Party April 25, 2008
Black Rider Liberation Party April 25, 2008
Published: 2008/04/25
Channel: soynoise
Revolutionary Roots Music Black Riders Liberation Party Askari Mwari
Revolutionary Roots Music Black Riders Liberation Party Askari Mwari
Published: 2013/01/30
Channel: david petrelli
B.C.From The Black Riders 2012.mov
B.C.From The Black Riders 2012.mov
Published: 2012/05/16
Channel: A Million Hits
Black Riders Liberation Party
Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2016/11/11
Channel: TenMan Clark
Shango Abiola - Black Riders Liberation Party - Kenneth Harding Shutdown Day Vigil
Shango Abiola - Black Riders Liberation Party - Kenneth Harding Shutdown Day Vigil
Published: 2012/07/21
Channel: LaborBlackBrown2010
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 - Deacon Alexander
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 - Deacon Alexander
Published: 2008/06/27
Channel: soynoise
PNN TV- Shango from the Black Riders Liberation Party speaks at Community Newsroom
PNN TV- Shango from the Black Riders Liberation Party speaks at Community Newsroom
Published: 2013/04/30
Channel: Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE
Stress from Black Riders Liberation Party
Stress from Black Riders Liberation Party
Published: 2009/08/03
Channel: soynoise
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 / Michael Novick
Free the Black Riders Liberation Party 3 / Michael Novick
Published: 2008/06/29
Channel: soynoise
PNN-TV: Street Newsroom on Deep East TV:Black Riders Liberation Party On Jordan Davis
PNN-TV: Street Newsroom on Deep East TV:Black Riders Liberation Party On Jordan Davis
Published: 2014/02/22
Channel: Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE
Black Riders at Oakland City Council Meeting - January 22, 2013
Black Riders at Oakland City Council Meeting - January 22, 2013
Published: 2013/01/29
Channel: dukkhaboy
New Panther Vanguard Movement
New Panther Vanguard Movement
Published: 2006/06/14
Channel: soynoise
PNN-TV: Street Newsroom on Deep East TV:BLRP speaks on Po
PNN-TV: Street Newsroom on Deep East TV:BLRP speaks on Po'Lice Oppression
Published: 2014/03/07
Channel: Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE
Askari Mwari Black Riders LIberation Party Revolutionary Roots Music
Askari Mwari Black Riders LIberation Party Revolutionary Roots Music
Published: 2013/01/30
Channel: HBKZCRUE@rikachet333j808
LET UM HEAR YA COMIN
LET UM HEAR YA COMIN
Published: 2013/09/14
Channel: ephilipblack
Black Rider
Black Rider's Liberation Party Provide Water & Insight - Building Strong Women Shelter (Flint Water)
Published: 2016/02/02
Channel: ReadYO Radio
Black Riders Liberation Party at the L.A. May Day March 2008
Black Riders Liberation Party at the L.A. May Day March 2008
Published: 2008/05/02
Channel: soynoise
PNN-TV: Street Newzroom on Deep East TV responds to Tech Monster Greg Gopman
PNN-TV: Street Newzroom on Deep East TV responds to Tech Monster Greg Gopman
Published: 2013/12/13
Channel: Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE
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Published: 2015/12/28
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Black Riders Liberation Party
Chairperson Mischa Culton
("General TACO")
Founded 1996
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Ideology Black Power
Internationalism
Revolutionary socialism
Maoism
Political position Far-left
International affiliation None
Colors Red and Black
Website
2servethapeople.wix.com/brlp

The Black Riders Liberation Party (BRLP) is a United States black revolutionary socialist organization, based in the state of California. The group claims ideological continuity with the original Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, a group active from 1966 to 1982. The Black Riders make use of paramilitary imagery and rhetorical devices used by the original Black Panther Party in styling itself as a new iteration of the former organization.

History[edit]

Establishment[edit]

The Black Riders Liberation Party traces its origins back to a class conducted at the Youth Training School in Chino, California,[1] conducted by the California Youth Authority for prisoners in the California state penal system.[2] Among these was Mischa Culton,[2] an individual also using the noms de guerre "General T.A.C.O.," an acronym for Taking All Capitalists Out,[3] and "Wolverine Shakur."[4] Inspired by the historic example of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, upon his release from prison in 1996 Culton sought to build a new political organization by gathering others from the predominately African-American ghettos of South Central Los Angeles and Watts.[2]

The fledgling organization started by Culton was energized by a November 17, 1997 police shooting of a mentally troubled black man in the Jordan Downs housing complex in Watts, a suicidal individual who had lunged at officers with a butter knife.[2] The result was a vigilance program given the provocative moniker "Watch a Pig," which encouraged citizens "standing a legal distance from the pigs and making sure they don't brutalize the people," in the words of the group's "Minister of Public Relations."[2]

Development[edit]

Originally limited to Southern California, in 2010 a section of the organization based in Oakland, California was initiated.[1]

In November 2012 the BRLP launched a mass organization called the Inter-Communal Solidarity Committee in Los Angeles, attempting to build broader support for a common program.[1] The new front group was inspired by the National Committee to Combat Fascism (NCCF) of the Black Panther Party, according to a representative of the organization.[1]

In March 2015 the BRLP decided to take advantage of the open gun carrying law in Texas, traveling to Austin to conduct a armed march to the Texas state capitol together with the Huey P. Newton Gun Club.[4] Held in conjunction with the heavily attended South by Southwest conference, the joint march was conducted in an effort to "raise the cry for armed self-defense" by the black community, according to the marchers.[4]

Ideology[edit]

The group styles itself as an organization of "black revolutionaries" engaged in a "people's war" against a white-dominated "oppressive capitalistic system."[2] The group advocates on behalf of civil rights and social justice and actively seeks to end gang violence so as to "change gang mentality into revolutionary mentality."[3]

The BRLP professes a belief in the ideas of revolutionary socialism, and on May Day 2012 were part of a small and ineffectual "General Strike" effort in Los Angeles.[3] The group claimed that their May 1 participation was met with retaliation by government authorities, who are said to have burst into the home of party leader Mischa Culton two days later with automatic rifles during what was later explained as a routine "compliance check" by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.[3]

The Black Riders have adopted a party manifesto known as the Black Commune program which put forward many of the demands of the original 1966 Ten-Point Program, with the addition of new demands (for the proper medical care of AIDS sufferers and an end to the trade in crack cocaine in the black community).[1]

The group's founder and chief theoretician, Mischa Culton, has called Barack Obama, the first African-American President of the United States, the "ultimate neocolonial puppet" and "the grand house negro" and declared that the American government and political system was "designed to enslave, massacre, and genocide our people out of this country."[4]

Culton advocates for an autonomous, black-directed movement, encouraging sympathetic whites to fight against police abuse and the ideology of white supremacy.[4] In a 2015 interview with Vice magazine, he declared:

"It's important that black people are allowed to define themselves and their struggle, for outsiders not to come in and co-opt or water down our righteous revolutionary rage. The main way is to ride on the pigs, to go against the pigs. You've gotta study the history of John Brown, 'cause if you're not John Brown, you might as well get out of town."[4]

The Southern Poverty Law Center classifies the Black Riders as a black separatist hate group and notes that its members hold black supremacist views. [5] [6] [7]

Programs and publications[edit]

In addition to its "Watch a Pig" police monitoring campaign, the BRLP conducts ideological training under the slogan "Educate 2 Liberate" and maintains what it calls the "Break the Lock Prisoner Support" program.[1]

The BRLP launched its own newspaper in 2012, the eponymous Black Riders Liberation Party.[1]

In popular culture[edit]

The group was the subject of a 2013 documentary film, Let Um Hear Ya Coming.[8]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

Further reading[edit]

External links[edit]

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