ANWO Presentation to the African People’s Socialist Party 2020 Plenary

The Plenary of the African People’s Socialist Party is an annual gathering of member organizations of the Uhuru Movement. During the Plenary, organizations and departments report on their work as it relates to forwarding the revolutionary trajectory making the African revolution. As an organization created by the Party, ANWO has a responsibility to report on…

Pan-Africanism as Internationalism

A-APRP January 1st  marks the revolutionary anniversaries of Haiti and Cuba, two of the most successful and perhaps the most important revolutions in the Western Hemisphere (known to the indigenous as Turtle Island). As we remember the contributions of comrade Fidel Castro  and go into the new year, the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party invites you to…

Che Guevera’s Socialism vs Revolutionary Dogma

Valerie Carmel Che’s most important lesson for today’s popular movements is rebelling against fatalism. Ernesto Guevara, the Argentine middle-class doctor turned revolutionary, better known for his role in the victorious Cuban Revolution, was executed by the Bolivian army and the United States Central Intelligence Agency 51 years ago on Oct. 9, 1967. On this anniversary,…

The Russian Revolution, Africa and the Diaspora

This article is part of Black Perspective’s forum, “Black October,” on the Russian Revolution and the African Diaspora. Hakim Adi From the time of the Great October Revolution in 1917, Africans and those of African heritage around the world gravitated towards the revolutionary events in Russia and Communism, seeing in them a path to their…