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.


Join the growing movement to END campus Racial Injustice. Plan an action at your school. If you would like to declare an action on your campus or in your community, please create a Facebook event for your local action and send the link to

Register for the conference call:

Register your action:

Demands Tool kit: demand-tool-kit.pdf

Direct Action Planning 101: direct-action-plan.pdf

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Black Liberation Collective Calls For #StudentBlackout Day:

#StudentBlackOut: College Students Rally, Demand Change Across Campus:

US student activist group plans day of action to challenge university injustices:

#StudentBlackOut Demands an End to Racial Discrimination on Campuses:

University students hold anti-racism protests across US – as it happened:

Black students who demand equality aren't impinging on your rights:

University of Missouri protests gave birth to dozens more across the U.S., powered by social media Read more here:

#StudentBlackOut Disrupts US Universities for Racial Justice:

Sparking a new civil rights movement:

#StudentBlackOut: Second Day of Campus Action Planned:

Campus Politics: A Cheat Sheet:

Free Speech In an Age of Campus Protest:

STUDENTS A Collective’s #StudentBlackOut Seeks to Ramp Up the Pressure on Colleges:


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