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Yearly Archives: 2017

Ro’Shawndra vs the University of California Santa Barbara

“UCSB washed their hands of me just because I was raped in Isla Vista and not on campus. …What does that mean for the resources that I should be allocated appropriately with the advocates that have my back?”—Ro’Shawndra Earvin

Black is Back March on the White House & National Conference 2017

The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations held its annual march on the White House and national conference in Washington, D.C. under the theme, “The Ballot and the Bullet: Elections, War, and Peace in the Era of Donald Trump” on November 4-5.

Korea Protests

Seoul, South Korea — Friday November 3, 2017, coming after U.S. president Trump’s threats to “totally destroy” North Korea [*NBC News September 21, 2017], South Koreans protested ahead of his scheduled trip to the capital of their country.

Niger and Somalia expose U.S. war against Africa

Muslim insurgents killed four and wounded two U.S. soldiers on October 4, 2017 around the town of Tongo Tongo, 200 km from Niamey,  the capital of Niger.

African workers demand genuine democracy in Kenya

Uhuru Kenyatta won 54 percent of votes against 45 percent for Raila Odinga on 8 August 2017. 1.4 million votes separated the two contenders.

Zenzele celebrates its first year

Zenzele Consignment, a clothing resale store and economic develop project that sustains the programs of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP), recognized its one year anniversary with a successful anniversary celebration and fundraiser on August 27th 2017.

The rise and fall of Robert Mugabe

Major General Sibusiso Moyo appeared on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 on Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation to say that “the situation in our country has reached another level….

The ANC election conferences for positions exposes the character of the Party

This coming December the African National Congress (ANC), the Party that facilitated the smooth process of transferring power from white settlers to the indigenous Africans in Occupied Azania (South Africa) in 1994, will be holding their elective conference for key political positions such as the president, deputies and so on.

Unity Through Reparations!

National Conference of the African People’s Solidarity Committee, the organization of white people under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party

Sunday and Monday, January 7 and 8, 2018
Uhuru House, 1245 18th Ave. South
St. Petersburg, FL


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