Join the A-APRP in Remembering Dr. Kwame Ture (Formerly known as Stokely Carmichael) Come – Listen – Learn and Discuss Which Way Forward! We will commemorate the life of this dynamic fearless African by listening to his various speeches and critically analyzing what he had to offer for today. Drumming by Akoma Arts – Refreshments […]
What Have We Learned? 2016 marked 50 years since the BPP was founded in Oakland, CA. The BPP made a significant mark on our historical memory by standing up in the face of brutal repression. Join us as we critically analyze the lessons learned!
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 […]
“If you accept Black Power, you must accept Pan-Africanism because it is the logical and consistent development. The highest political expression of Black Power is Pan-Africanism.” Kwame Ture “Black Power is part of the world rebellion between the oppressed and the oppressor, the exploited against the exploited…It’s linked to the Pan-African struggle for unity on […]
A video reflecting on the life and work of Kwame Ture (formerly Stokely Carmichael). Well known for his participation in the call for Black Power, his work with the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Black Panther Party, it’s often overlooked that KT spent the last 30 years of his life fighting and working […]