Honoring A-APRP Ancestors
The A-APRP, since its creation in 1968, as both a product of and an engine for the Pan-African Movement, has had a long history of developing revolutionary organizers. While the revolution is an ever living and growing process, the physical lifespans of those who have given their lives to the movement have a finite existence. African Culture informs us to always pay reverence to those amongst us who transition to the realm of the ancestors. The A-APRP in our attempt to be a living example of revolutionary African culture has created an ANCESTOR PAGE. This page serves the purpose of acknowledging and paying respect to former A-APRP militants who have joined the ancestors at various periods in our party’s history.
Starting with the founder of the A-APRP, Osageyfo Kwame Nkrumah, we have had the honor to walk, organize, eat, debate and struggle with some of the most courageous and honorable African warriors produced in our people’s glorious history. Our recognition of these great comrades serves as a reminder of their tremendous contributions to the movement. It should also serve as a continued call to action for those of us still here of the work left by them still to be done.
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