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Asante (Kiswahili for thank you) for your interest in getting involved with PLM! We are always actively looking for new people to bring fresh ideas, energy, and perspective. We offer a nurturing community, elder guidance, relationship counseling, and more for our supporters and members. Our organization welcomes people like you!


Have you been looking for a committed group of like-minded Black people? Do you recognize that our problems have to be solved collectively? Have you been desiring a sisterhood, brotherhood, elders, and an authentic community that you can build with, love, and trust? 

Here are the best three ways to get involved with our organization. 

Attend African Awareness Critical Thinking Study Class (AACTS)

Join us for our weekly study classes on Sundays. Our classes are a great way to get familiar with our philosophy, practices, learn about African history and culture, and meet fellow comrades on the same journey. The first step to becoming a PLM member is to attend AACTS study class. 

Attend Our Public Events

From Kwanzaa celebrations to invigorating lectures, we host a variety of public events throughout the year where you can attend or volunteer. Check our event calendar for upcoming events.

Join a PLM Committee

This is a more committed role that is only offered to those that have be consistently attending study class and/or volunteering with organization. We have four committees that guide the operations of the organization: Human Resource Committee, Events Coordinating Committee, Outreach Coordinating Committee, Propaganda & Marketing Committee.


We encourage our dedicated supporters and AACTS members to join one committee and offer your expertise and assistance. If you are interested in joining a committee, please inform one of the study class facilitators or Baba Imhotep Fatiu.

Stay Connected

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Instagram: @plmbaltimore

Facebook: Pan-Afrikan Liberation Movement 

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