79th Birthday of Brother and Comrade Kwame Ture

All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) The more you love the People, the more you work for the People; the more you work for the People, the more you want to know the People; the more you study and know the People, the more you love the People; the more you love the People, the harder…

#OmaliTaughtMe: Defining the Struggle: Colonialism vs. Racism

A continuation of the #OmaliTaughtMe special series: A discussion with Chairman Omali Yeshitela, ASI Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa, and representatives from the Mexican liberation organization Union del Barrio, defining the struggle for African and Mexican people as a struggle against colonialism, not racism. Join the African People’s Socialist Party: APSPUhuru.org

An Open Letter from the Original Black Panther Party

Greetings and Solidarity to each of you. In recognition of your individual voice, influence, and cultural following among current generations of Black people/Africans in the Diaspora and on the continent, we salute you. While we only know you from the public domain, we know that many of you come from backgrounds where you faced poverty,…

Anti- Racism and Anti- Colonialism: An Open Letter to My Black Kin

K.D. Wilson Image description — Black and white photo with a fist raised in the Black Power salute. Some words in white lettering are laid over it, from Ashanti Alston, which read: “I think of being Black not so much as an ethnic category but as an oppositional force or touchstone for looking at situations differently. Black…

Interrogating Systemic Racism and the White Academic Field

Nelson Maldonado-Torres “As a university and as an academic institution, you can say we are against systemic racism. But you as an academic institution are systemic racism.” Kalin Pont-Tate, co-chair of the Black Student Union at the University of California, Riverside.[1]             Institutions of higher learning are following the trend in the media, public institutions,…

Notes on the Coloniality of Peace

Nelson Maldonado-Torres The allusion to peace, to peace as a state of harmony within an established order, has long been an indispensable tool in the arsenal of colonialism and racism. First comes the brutal war: people killed, bodies in pieces, raped, and mutilated, subjects subdued, ancestors disrespected, lands taken, rivers with water turning viscous and…

Kwame Ture: The Pitfalls of Liberalism

Excerpt – Stokely Speaks: From Black Power to Pan Africanism, 1969 Whenever one writes about a problem in the United States, especially concerning the racial atmosphere, the problem written about is usually black people, that they are either extremist, irresponsible, or ideologically naive. What we want to do here is to talk about white society,…

From Canada to Bolivia with President Evo Morales

Indigenous Resistance to Militarism & Imperialism Sunday, June 21st National Indigenous Peoples Day SPEAKERS Special guest Evo Morales President, Plurinational State of Bolivia Hayden King Hayden is Anishinaabe from Beausoleil First Nation on Gchi’mnissing in Huronia, Ontario. He is the Executive Director of the Yellowhead Institute and Advisor to the Dean of Arts on Indigenous…

#OmaliTaughtMe: Unity of African and Mexican People

Uhuru, Comrades! Introducing an #OmaliTaughtMe special series: A discussion with #ChairmanOmaliYeshitela and Unión del Barrio’s Under-Secretary General Benjamín Prado on #CommunityControlOfThePolicd, #DefundThePolice, and more. Join us this Sunday as we discuss the Unity of #African and #Mexican people in the struggle against the colonial state! Home

Juneteenth: Not Yet Uhuru

Even though, then-U.S. president Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863 proclaiming, “That all persons held as slaves are, and henceforward shall be free,” captured Africans remained in the forcible custody of white people in Texas until June 19, 1865. Many Africans in the U.S. are preparing to celebrate Juneteenth, the holiday…

U.S. Police and Military Commit State Sponsored Murder and Terror Worldwide

All African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) History of the Police Make no mistake, the brutal images of police murders that frequently surface on our social media and in the news are not anomalies and are not accidental. These images represent a continuation of an ongoing, deliberate, systematic form of violence which the United States settlers…