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 […]
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Rendering of the Haitian Revolt
Kwame Ture embodied the revolutionary African personality in his thought, actions and physical attire. He was passionately committed to overturning the systems of imperialism, capitalism, neocolonialism and Zionism that continue to subjugate African people around the world (Originally published in Pambazuka News 653: SPECIAL ISSUE: Kwame Ture and the African Revolution Today) ‘..The more you […]
Over the life of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (50 Years) and its women’s wing, the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (38 Years), two of the consistent elements of our party’s programme have been the political objective of Revolutionary Pan-Africanism, and the principle of revolutionary solidarity with the International Socialist and Anti-Imperialist movements. For the A-APRP/A-AWRU these two […]
By Sobukwe Shukura – A-APRP Central Committee The Pan-Africanism Today (PAT) conference distinguished itself from the right opportunism of 7th PAC (hosted by the neo-colonialist forces in Uganda) and 8th PAC that made no ideological commitment to socialism or mass organizations like workers, women or youth. These conferences made no advancement from the 5th Pan-African Congress (the […]