There has always been a Black liberation movement on the North American continent from the first enslaved African revolt to the Black power movements of the fifties, sixties and seventies.
The Black liberation movements were brought to a halt through the FBI counter intelligence program also known as cointelpro. The FBI under the leadership of J Edgar Hoover used covert operations against Black revolutionary groups that are arguably going on to this day.
The FBI's stated reason for engaging in this criminal activity was "protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order" or simply put, maintaining a system of white supremacy.
Tune tonight to Black Autonomy Federation Radio as they examine "What Happened To The Black Revolution and What Should Be Done Today".