The Social Media Committee works to ensure the presence of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement via sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Periscope, Tumblr, etc.

Social Media disseminates powerful political education and important information, increasing our online presence and  helping to spread African Internationalism and the call for all white people to join in principled, material solidarity with Black Power and African liberation.

We’re looking for people who have a knack for social media, and know how to make and edit posts on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and more.

If you are interested in joining the Social Media Committee,  contact info@uhurusolidarity.org, and we will put you in touch with Interim Social Media Chair, Virginia Wilson.

Open Positions in the Social Media subcommittee include:

Secretary: assisting the Social Media Chair with moving the work forward.

Facebook: being part of our social media team to share content on Facebook and in groups; page managers; recruiters; and comment moderators.

YouTube:  content developer; comment moderators; video developers; and video editors.

Twitter: recruiter

Instagram: recruiter

Tumblr coordinator