Most people mistakenly believe there is no difference between #organizing and #mobilizing work in the arena of fighting for justice. Both are great and necessary work, but there are substantial differences between the two approaches and serious students of history must understand those differences in order to make the best contribution towards forward progress Webinar […]
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“A Member of the African Observer Delegation in Venezuela for the 6 December 2020 Elections” By Sobukwe Shukura: All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) “Battle of Ideas” Around Voting and the Democratic Process. Voting is a tool of a democracy, an integral part of a democratic process. Governments and Political Parties express their character through […]
A-APRP Central Committee Member, Comrade Sobukwe Shukura is on the ground in Caracas, Venezuela to participate as an international observer of parliamentary elections taking place on 6 December.
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 […]
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 […]