Congress of Afrikan People
The Congress of Afrikan people (CAP) was a proponent of black nationalism. Active in the 1970s, CAP's ideology was set around Maoist theory and practice. Its activities illustrate fluidity and changing nature of black radicalism in this period. It later became the Revolutionary Communist League (Marxist-Leninist-Mao Tse-tung Thought), led by Amiri Baraka, which merged into the League of Revolutionary Struggle (Marxist-Leninist). When this group split, some of the members went into Freedom Road Socialist Organization.
- Frazier, Robeson Taj P (2006). "The Congress of African People: Baraka, Brother Mao, and the Year of '74". Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society. 8 (3): 1099–9949. doi:10.1080/10999940600882947. Retrieved 2007-06-11.
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