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Two Options to Help Build the A-APRP: Membership or Support
Join the A-APRP
Active member of Work-Study Circle (*)
Attendance at all Party meetings locally or internationally
Specific work and financial obligations to maintain membership
Support the A-APRP
Supporters of the A-APRP
Assist A-APRP with specified work and activities
Volunteer financial and work contributions
Often transition from support to membership by participation in the A-APRP Orientation Process
Membership into the A-APRP is open to any and all Africans who understand and accept the objective and ideology of the party. Members voluntarily participate in a continuous political education process through joining and helping build an A-APRP work-study circle as well as doing consistent work to carry out the program of the A-APRP. If you would like more information about how to join, please CONTACT US. We will respond within 48 hours.
Our Political Education Process: Work-Study Circles
This program of the A-APRP is open to any and all Africans interested in collective education about the African revolution and organisational training to prepare one to make their fullest contribution to the Pan-African Revolution. The only requirement to join or help setup a work-study circle is a sincere commitment to helping Africa and African people as well as a willingness to follow the guidelines of the work-study circle program. There are two aspects to this program: work and study.
The work-study circle process is designed to train and prepare serious, unselfish men and women who struggle for Africa and her people. To develop a conscientious attitude towards revolutionary work. To cultivate a strong sense of national pride in being African and a revolutionary commitment to actively support the just struggles of other oppressed and exploited peoples in the world. The A-APRP is confident that the most serious Africans that participate in the work-study process will want to commit their lives, talents and energies to the African Revolution and will become cadre of the A-APRP.
For more information about how to join the A-APRP, please review our Ideological Training Guidelines below. You are welcome to contact a Chapter representative near you.
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The A-APRP is seeking new members and supporters who recognize the necessity of playing a role in the redemption of Africa and her People worldwide. If you are willing to donate some of your time, skills and/or resources to the liberation struggle of African People we ask that you complete this questionnaire.
(*) Only A-APRP Cadre have FULL membership status in the A-APRP. One must complete the Work-Study Circle process and undergo a subsequent evaluation from A-APRP structures before being promoted to A-APRP Cadre