Exiled Black Revolutionaries Mabel Williams, Robert F. Williams
(Negroes with Guns) and Chairman Mao Tse-tung in China. When Robert F.
Williams was forced into exile, he formed an organization within the USA called
Revolutionary Action Movement or RAM that published the radical Black Arts Movement journal
Soulbook, edited with contributions by East Coast militant writers and students at Oakland's Merritt College, e.g., Kenny Freeman, Ernie Allen, Bobby Seale, Carol Freeman, Marvin X and East coast writers Bobb Hamilton, Amiri Baraka, Askia Toure, James and Grace Boggs, Sonia Sanchez, et al.
RAM also organized the first Black Panther Party in Oakland, the Black Panther Party of Northern California. The first BPP was dissolved on pain of death by the Black Panther Party of Self Defense. Max Stanford, aka Muhammad Ahmad, was RAM's USA's leader.
DuBois became a citizen of Ghana, West Africa. As great as he was, when Chairman Mao introduced him before a million people in Tiananmen Square, he turned to Mao and said, "Chairman, thank you
for the great introduction but in my country USA, I'm just a nigguh!"
Mao greeting Shirley Graham DuBois and
Dr. W.E.B. DuBois