Charles Pinderhughes

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Charles Pinderhughes

Template:TOCnestleft Charles (Cappy) Pinderhughes

National Fight Back Conference

Charles Pinderhughes was a Maryland delegate to the October League's December 1975 "National Fight Back Conference" in Chicago.

Black Radical Congress

In 2000 Cappy Pinderhughes was a Boston contact for Black Radical Congress[1]. In 2000 Art McGee served on the Coordinating Committee of the Black Radical Congress.[2]

Working closely with Dr. Charles Pinderhughes, Art became an essential member of the leadership of the BRC. And it was a loss to the BRC when Art had to step back from the BRC in order to take on income-producing work. [3]

“Forging a Black Liberation Agenda for the 21st Century”

10th Anniversary Meeting of the Black Radical Congress, “Forging a Black Liberation Agenda for the 21st Century” Black Radical Congress, June 20-22, 2008, St. Louis, Missouri.

Endorsers for the Congress included Cappy Pinderhughes, Conversations on the Vineyard.[4]

Left Forum 2010

The Black Internationale:

Rescuing the Concept of Internal Colonialism from the Dustbin of History:

Conversations on the Vineyard

Conversations on the Vineyard was founded by Charles Pinderhughes, a sociologist and veteran social activist. Also on the executive board are Dr. Komozi Woodard, author and Professor of History at Sarah Lawrence College, Claude Mbella, webmaster and business consultant, and Bill Fletcher, Jr., longtime labor and international activist, and the former President and chief executive officer of TransAfrica Forum.

Conversations on the Vineyard is a series of seminars held in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, fostering self-development and bringing together progressive individuals to discuss new ideas and proposals for moving the progressive agenda forward. A major component will be gatherings of progressive intellectuals and activists especially interested in advancing the struggle for change for people of African descent.[5]