African Socialist International (ASI) organizes African Women’s Freedom Weekend in London

What: African Socialist International African Women’s Freedom Weekend Conference

When: Saturday March 9, 2013

Where: Accord Centre, 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA

Contact: Unia Leti,,;0786 229 4364
On March 8, 2013, The Freedom Weekend will start with a walk from the Congo Embassy to Apple’s computer store, to expose the truth that the success of Apple, Steve Jobs and all other electronic and high tech industries and entrepreneurs requires the genocide and mass rape of African women in the Congo and around the African world to keep the people terrorized and to secure the stolen natural resources.
On March 9, 2013, an ASI conference will convene at the Accord Centre in London to build an international process to advance the emancipation of African women across Europe and the world.
As African Internationalists, we believe that we have entered a new and most critical phase in world history: the era of the rise of Africa and African people around the world. The ongoing crisis of imperialism, caused by the rise of resistance of the vast majority of the peoples of the world, is deepening. Even neocolonialism, the imperialist strategy of placing faces that look like us in power to administer our colonial oppression, is failing.
African women make the majority of the African working population, and yet they are the ones who bear the brunt of the exploitation and oppression of our people by parasitic capitalism. It is no surprise that, increasingly, the majority of leadership of the reemerging anti colonialist African movement under the leadership of the African socialist International is made of African women.
Under the brilliant leadership of African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) Chairman Omali Yeshitela, we are fulfilling a vision of the future to build a United States of Africa, free from imperialist-imposed borders and their requisite fractured nationalities and governments and their dependent economies, this vision makes it absolute, that we build a liberation movement built on principles of unequivocal political, social and economic equality of African women and men.
From time immemorial, African women have been producers and creators of life and civilizations, this trajectory have been disrupted by the white Imperialist assault on Africa and African people, in the last 500 years or more.
African working class women are now rising up to challenge neocolonialism, which the African petty bourgeoisie cannot do. Our mission is to win the vast majority of African women to the side of the international African revolution, which must wrestle all power from white imperialists and their black neocolonialist’s lackeys for genuine emancipation of the African nation.
This conference will have the participation of Unia Leti, ASI Europe regional leader, based in Germany; Matilda MacAttram, Director of Black Mental Health UK; Sister Levy, London International Peoples Democratic Uhuru Movement President; Victoria Diamandja, Chairwoman of the “Liberation Congolese Women Group” and organizer with the Patrice Lumumba Coalition and Luwezi Kinshasa, ASI Secretary General.
They will lead presentations and discussion on how we can get organized and empower ourselves with our own solutions to take our future in our own hands.
The conference will also feature performances by talented cultural artists, actress Patricia Balusa and poet/spoken word artist Melinda Nyoko.
The growing organized revolutionary unity of the African women scattered around the world is one of the primary causes of the reemergence of the African Internationalist liberation movement. 
We call on Africans around the world to turn our back to sellout neocolonialist rulers and join this conference at this critical time to forward our struggle to end all forms of exploitation and oppression of African women.
The Conference will take place on Saturday, March 9 at 16:00 at the Accord Centre, 336 Brixton Road, SW9 7AA in London. For more information, visit or call 0786 229 4364.


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