RBPP 1st Annual Fundraiser "Black Power Week"

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The Revolutionary Black Panther Party is excited that we  have celebrated our 1st year anniversary on November 8, 2019! Taking the initial year to strategize, we are excited as we're moving forward into our political campaign for 2024. We held our Inaugural Free Lunch Program on June 22, 2019 located in the Old Louisville neighborhood. Since then, we have worked tirelessly  with the California community on their goals for preserving the area as a historical neighborhood and promoting home ownership for African Americans. We are active and involved with the needs of the community, and not our own personal needs, by making ourselves immediately and effectively available when we are contacted. We've conducted a few public media appearances, including  WLOU and WAVE Country addressing topics of gentrification, oppression, politics, and other community related topics. We are still recruiting for those who share our vision which is to SERVE: Feed, clothe, shelter, train and defend our communities. The RBPP understands that we live in a country led by what has become one of the most repressive governments in the world. To defend the oppressed group we want to take a political stance by creating a political party that gives all power to the people!

The Revolutionary Black Panther Party is holding its “Black Power” week leading into the month of February to kick off  Black History Month, as our annual fundraising event. The week of events will be open to the public for youth, adults and seniors. The dates are from Monday, January 27th-Friday, January 31st. January 31st, we will end our week celebration with the Black Power State of The Union address given by General Ahamara Mathis, that will discuss who the RBPP are, where we are heading, and our political campaign for 2024. It will also be our banquet and ceremony honoring humanitarians from the city of Louisville, KY.

We are asking for your generous contributions to help our Free Food Program, Cultural Education classes, Self-Defense and our Black is Beautiful Campaign. For more information and recruitment you can contact us by e-mail at R[email redacted]

All Power To The People!!


  • Myra Feagin 
    • $25 
    • 5 mos
  • Amir Amun Re-El 
    • $25 
    • 5 mos
  • Elizabeth Hagan Geigsby 
    • $50 
    • 5 mos
  • Markesha Smith 
    • $10 
    • 5 mos
  • Carla F Wallace 
    • $100 
    • 5 mos
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Ahamara Mathis 
Louisville, KY
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