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.
This article was originally published on theburningspear.com on April 4, 2017. Civil Rights Movement leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by the U.S. government on April 4, 1968. He was 39 years old when he was gunned down on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN. April
The African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) held our 2017 Plenary on January 7 through 9, 2017 at our headquarters in St. Petersburg, FL. The theme for this year’s Plenary was “Putting Revolution Back on the Agenda.” The Plenary was a revolutionary experience in every sense of the
The imperialists killed Malcolm X and many other leaders in an attempt to push African people out of revolutionary struggle. We instead raise up their examples as a revolutionary standard to fight until our freedom is won. The African People’s Socialist Party calls on all African
What’s in an African name? Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) led an African Naming Ceremony on July 3, 2016 at the APSP’s Cadre Development School. Here, the Chairman outlines the importance of taking on an African name. Chairman: Uhuru, I’ve asked
Nearly a month has passed since the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. The white left and Democrats are pissed, while immigrants and Muslims are fearful. Some Africans are lamenting over the Trump win and sopping up in delusion the last remaining month of Obama’s regime. Others,
LONDON––Tanzania, like the rest of African countries, is facing hardship with a GDP of $45 billion in 2015 and about 70 percent of the population living on less than $2 a day. It is a vastly agricultural country where in 2015, according to Deliotte’s Tanzania Economic Outlook 2016 at