On May 25, 1963, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia at the summit of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the great Kwame Nkrumah declared this day “Africa Freedom Day,” which later became African Liberation Day. It has since been celebrated on the African continent and all across the African world,
Uhuru! I want to express appreciation to sister Tiffany for that introduction and all of you for coming out. What I would like to do first is make it clear that this book was the Political Report to the Seventh Congress of the African People’s Socialist Party. It was a document that was
Omali Yeshitela for the Proposition: “It is a reality that capitalism rests upon the foundation of exploiting Africa and its people and for this to occur it was necessary to keep African people divided...[but] We are one Africa and one nation.”
Uhuru! Comrades: On behalf of Chairman Omali Yeshitela and the National Central Committee of the African People’s Socialist Party, please be advised that effective November 18, 2018, Gazi Kodzo, has been removed from his position as Secretary General of the African People’s
The Party leads the worldwide Revolution! October 6-12, ST. LOUIS, MO─The African People’s Socialist Party’s (APSP) year-long campaign to build its Seventh Congress has successfully concluded over a month ago. Through the tireless efforts of Chairman Omali Yeshitela completing and turning over
Register and Learn more at apspcongress.org African people from throughout the world will convene in St. Louis, Missouri for the week-long seventh Congress of the African People’s Socialist Party starting on October 6th, 2018. This is the event that allows African workers and others to unite
The African People’s Socialist Party is a revolutionary organization comprised of cadres – an organization required by the toiling African masses and oppressed peoples around the world, who are suffering in the brutal death grip of colonialism, imperialism, and parasitic capitalism.