15 September 2018
To all interested Africans,
This is an announcement from the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) informing you of a conference being held by the A-APRP week commencing 17th September 2018.
The A-APRP was founded in 1968 after Kwame Nkrumah called for its formation in his book ‘The Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare’. Then, like now –the need for Africa to unite is essential and with no feasible alternative. One of the primary objectives of the conference will be to reaffirm the important and urgent message of Pan-Africanism to today’s generation. Ghana is the chosen location but the material and relevance is to a global audience.
To celebrate our 50th Anniversary the A-APRP has hosted a series of monthly forums this year at our Marcus Garvey Kwame Nkrumah centre all leading to this conference carefully planned around Founder’s Day 21st September.
It’s an exciting week in activists’ circles with programmes being organised by sister Pan-Africanist organisations. With all possible care given to avoiding clashes with those –many of which we all plan to attend. The details of the A-APRP conference events are as follows:
|‘Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare’ Seminar Opening||17th September 2018,
|Aya Centre, Okpongolo, East Legon|
|‘Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare’ Seminar||18th September 2018, 10am-4:45pm||Institute of African Studies Legon University, Accra, Ghana|
|Pan-African University Students/Youth Forum||19th September 2018,
|Legon University, Accra, Ghana|
|Secondary School Pan-African Club||20th September 2018, 10am-3pm||WEB DuBois Centre, Cantonments|
|Pan-African Women’s Day||23rd September 2018,