To: Pan-African Activists and African organizations Call for Nominations for Black Star of Labor and Daughters of Africa Awards. The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) invites you to submit the names of individuals and organizations that have done outstanding work and made significant contributions to the struggle to advance humanity by organizing to alleviate the […]
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The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party Stands with the President Maduro and the Venezuelan Masses An Attack on Venezuela Is an Attack On Africans and the Working Class Everywhere U.S., Canada, LIMA Group and all the other imperialist and neo-colonialist states that line-up with them are exposing themselves and their true settler-colonial nature. This racist/fascist character […]
Two 60th Anniversary Commemorations of the First All African People’s Conference December 5-13, 2018 The first All African People’s Conference (AAPC) commemoration December 5-8, organized by the University of Ghana Legon was an intellectual gathering bringing together intellectuals and activists to expound on the “Unfinished Business” of the First AAPC. The conference cosponsored by Lincoln […]
January 9 is the birth anniversary of Ahmed Seku Ture, the founding president of Guinea and one of Africa’s greatest sons. Seku Ture was a forceful voice for a unified, liberated, socialist Africa and he fought and built for this cause until his last day. His legacy, through his own work and that of his […]
As the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party closes out its commemorative activities of fifty years since our founding and the publishing in 1968 of Kwame Nkrumah’s Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare, (the ideological and organizational blueprint of the A-APRP), we must reflect on our long-standing connection to the immortal Sekou Touré and the Democratic Party of Guinea […]