ST. Petersburg FL––On January 9th and 10th, 2016, The African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) convened its annual Plenary at the Akwaaba Hall.
Black Lives Matter activists at August Bernie Sanders rally in Seattle, Washington The 14-Point Working Platform of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) was adopted by the Party on September 23, 1979 and revised and adopted at our Party’s First Congress on September 6, 1981.
The Party’s Working Platform has been a primary guide to the political objectives of the African People’s Socialist Party, especially within current borders of the U.S.
Our Party is guided by a political program, a Constitution and a Main Resolution presented to each Congress of the Party. The Main Resolution is complimented by a host of other resolutions based on a summation of our situation.
This makes us less likely to succumb to the swamps of opportunism that most often contaminate the struggle of our people to be free of a vicious white colonial domination that has created great wealth and well-being for the U.S. ruling class and white people at our expense.
The crisis of Syrians, Iraqis, Afghanis, Africans and other refugees caught in this colonial immigration nightmare did not start with the discovery in Austria of 50 bodies badly decomposed on August 27 2015, trapped on a lorry refrigerator, abandoned on the hard shoulder of a motor way.