Tribute to the Victory of Resistance of the PAIGC / PDG-RDA against NATO invasion of the People’s Revolutionary Republic of Guinea, 22 November 1970 22 November 1970 – 50 years ago, what was conceived to be a great defeat to the Pan-Africanist Revolution was transformed into one of Africa’s greatest victories against imperialism. As part […]
In November 2020, the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU) of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP), celebrates its 40th year anniversary. Paying homage to African Women and Youth fighting again systematic oppression, neo-colonialism and police brutality, this short video shows the role that the current generation is playing toward African liberation now and in the […]
Interview held with Author, Educator and organiser Mjiba Freihwot of the A-AWRU and A-APRP at the University of Ghana in September 2018. In this discussion she talks role of #RevolutionaryAfricanWomen the challenges of being an organiser and having to make a living. The development brought about by being in the A-APRP and being an African […]
Honoring Kwame Ture, Pan-Africanist Born Stokely Carmichael, the son of Adolphus and Mabel Carmichael, in Port of Spain, Trinidad on 29 June 1941. Kwame moved with his family to New York at an early age. In 1960, while studying at Howard University in Washington, he joined the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and threw himself […]
Facebook Live Webinar held on 1 November 2020. Overview: The African (Black) petit-bourgeoisie is the enemy of the African masses and humanity. Who is the African bourgeoisie and petit-bourgeoisie? How do they move? How do they harm us? And how do we move to overcome this challenge.