BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY
|Black Liberation Army|
|Dates of operation||1970–1982|
|Motives||The liberation and self-determination of black people in the United States.|
|Active region(s)||United States|
|Major actions||Bombings, robberies, aircraft hijackings, assassinations|
|Notable attacks||1972 Delta Air Lines Flight 841hijacking, 1981 Brink's robbery|
- That we are anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, anti-racist, and anti-sexist.
- That we must of necessity strive for the abolishment of these systems and for the institution of Socialistic relationships in which Black people have total and absolute control over their own destiny as a people.
- That in order to abolish our systems of oppression, we must utilize the science of class struggle, develop this science as it relates to our unique national condition.