Step 1: Study Groups
Our process begins with joining one or more 400+1 study groups. Study groups are remote, occur weekly, and last for three months each. Participants are provided with pdf or printed versions of materials. Upcoming study groups will focus on African spirituality and its role in revolutionary struggle, radical reparenting and parenting preparation, the 400+1 structure and movement theory and its precedents, afro-pessimism, afro-surrealism, reproductive revolution, revolutionary facilitation, pre-colonial queer identities, solidarity economics, and Black militias and destabilization.
Once you have signed for a study group you will be given a 2 hour virtual orientation potential where new members will discuss 400+1’s structure, movement theory, trajectory and how they, as individuals, might contribute to and receive from the federation. After their orientation, each potential new member is given a federation placement plan that outlines a timeline of progression and engagement.