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Yearly Archives: 2016

Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday with a Rally for Self-determination! BLACK IS BACK!

Thousands of black people will descend on the U.S. capital in Washington, D.C. on January 14, 2017, one day before the anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and six days before the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.

We will rally for self-determination and declare to the world that, despite the rise of Donald Trump and his version of white nationalism, Black is Back! And we have our own National Black Political Agenda for Self-determination that we will fight for regardless of which political party or individual occupies the White House.

#StillNotWithHer! 7 Reasons why Africans should continue to reject Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party

Nearly a month has passed since the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. The white left and Democrats are pissed, while immigrants and Muslims are fearful.

Some Africans are lamenting over the Trump win and sopping up in delusion the last remaining month of Obama’s regime. Others, such as black feminists, are giving a tongue lashing to the general white women population who “betrayed” the imaginary sisterhood and opted to vote overwhelmingly for sexist Trump over their beloved Clinton.

Announcing the launch of the APSP’s revamped website: Apspuhuru.org!

The African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) is pleased to announce the launch of our newly updated website on December 19, 2016 after over a month of hard work and dedication! Our new site can be found at this URL: Apspuhuru.org.

Black is Back march on White House: The black community has our own political agenda for self-determination!

The African People’s Socialist Party has never had any illusions about the ability of the electoral process to provide freedom, justice or progress for our people, especially the African working class population of the U.S. and the world.

 This is why we were prepared when Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States in an upset victory over Hilary Clinton, the flag-bearer of the Democratic party of Barack Hussein Obama.

Keith Scott’s murderer “acted lawfully”

Charlotte, NC—The State has once again ruled that their murder of an African was justified. Keith Scott was shot and murdered by Charlotte police on September 20, 2016.


Uhuru Movement deepens the struggle against Pinellas sheriffs for their murder of three black girls

The Uhuru Movement, on behalf of the African community, has called for the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division to investigate the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office for the murder of black teenagers, cover-up of evidence that would indict the deputies, and a pattern of illegal stops, police chases, searches, and arrests which violate the 4th amendment rights of black residents.

African Internationalism: A theory to explain the world

African Internationalism is a theory that explains the world, as well as the place and future of Africans in it. African Internationalism recognizes that capitalism, born as a world economy, has its origin in the assault of Africa and in the global trade of African captives as well as the ensuing European onslaught on most of the world.


What’s in an African name? History, identity and self-determination

The issue of names and naming is really powerful.

It’s so deep and profound, more than what most of us ever think about. Most of us don’t think about our names, where we come from, what our names mean, anything like that, which in and of itself is a problem. But we never think about that.

Names are really important because names connect you to a past, to your history. Names are not just things floating out there in the world, but if you want to even look back and see where you came from and dig into your roots, the name is fundamental. It comes from someplace.


Fidel Castro, internationalist Cuban revolutionary, dead at 90

HOUSTON—Comrade Comandante Fidel Castro, leader of the Cuban Revolution has died. He was 90 years old and passed away in his beloved Revolutionary Cuba in the town of Santiago.

Fidel, captured and on trial, in October 1953 for his role in the failed military attack on the Moncado Barracks in his statement to the court and the people begin his own eulogy by proclaiming, “Condemn me, it does not matter. History will absolve me.”

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