Members of the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) criticized U.S. President Joe #Biden's announcement Wednesday that he would pull troops from #Afghanistan on September 11, 2021, thereby violating a key component of a peace agreement negotiated by the previous administration.
U.S. has been waging war for ~20 years in #Afghanistan. for what? To destabilize the region & to reap profits. Demand the U.S. pull its troops & end its involvement on May 1, the U.S.-Taliban agreement’s deadline. #MayDayAfghanistan Find out more at http://bit.ly/bapafghanistan
Due to the corporate press's lack of coverage of the #Afghanistan War, the U.S. public is largely unaware of the peace process started in 2020 & the Biden-Harris administration's moves to undermine or gut that process. Read our newsletter 👇🏿 #BlackTwitter https://blackallianceforpeace.com/newsletter/endsecondlongestuswar
📺 BAP members across the U.S. demanded the U.S., UN & the OAS stop interfering in Haiti's politics & economy during the International Weekend of Action, held March 27-29. This effort was called by groups in #Haiti. Watch the full video 👇🏿 #BlackTwitter https://youtu.be/d_n_EsIjIaU