Black Liberation Collective

The Black Liberation Collective is a collective consisting of Black students who are dedicated to transforming institutions of higher education through unity, coalition building, direct action and political education.

Who Are We? 

We are a collective consisting of Black students who are dedicated to transforming institutions of higher education through unity, coalition building, direct action and political education.

 

Mission Statement

The Black Liberation Collective is dedicated to building infrastructure for Black students around the globe to build power, using an intersectional lens, in order to make our campuses safe for all Black students. The Black Liberation Collective is also committed to working collectively with Black organizers across the country and globe to bringing about freedom and liberation for all Black people.

 

Vision Statement

We envision a world where all Black people have access to higher education within learning spaces that are safe for all Black students.

 

Our Framework:

In our organizing we believe in centering those that experience intersecting identities which make them particularly vulnerable to various forms of violence and oppression, including cis and trans Black women, Black queer folks, gender non-conforming Black folks, incarcerated and formerly incarcerated Black folks, Black folks that are undocumented, and working class Black folks.

 

 

 “BlackLiberationCollective is a fiscally sponsored project of Netroots Foundation, a California 501(c)3 corporation."