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Historical basis of the African nation state

The nation cannot be defined by measuring itself against itself. If there is no “other,” there is no logic for the “nation.”

New Playstation and Xbox Release, Africans Demand Self-Determination in Gaming

Colonialism in the gaming industry will not be resolved through more integration.

Vote for Black Power in St. Louis!

As the March 2 election fast approaches, we are taking on greedy developers and corrupt politicians - and are winning more voters and supporters.

March for Reparations Sweeps through Six States Across the U.S.

The 2020 March for Reparations was historic in part because it represented a deepening of the 44-year-long strategy of the APSP to extend the struggle for African liberation and reparations into the heart of the white oppressor nation population.

“Douvan Jou Ka Leve:” a documentary’s look at Vodou, Christianity and mental illness in Haiti

Key to the development of “Douvan Jou Ka Leve” is the question of identity and whether the African people in Ayiti as a whole are experiencing an identity crisis, including ‘spiritually.’

A Call to Stop the Colonial Killers! Black Power now!

The only real solution to these countless, repulsive police murders is to rid our communities of these vile colonial killers and replace our streets with Black Power!

Why African People Should Raise Their Own Food

Before colonialism and slavery, African people were growing, raising, hunting and fishing for our own food in a sustainable way. We were people who produced life for ourselves.

African Workers of the World, Unite and Organize!

Members of the African People’s Socialist Party and Uhuru Movement from throughout the world will convene the Second Plenary of our 2018 Seventh Congress Feb. 6-9, 2021.

Unfinished Business: The R(evolution) of Jalil Muntaqim

On October 7, 2020, political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim was officially released on parole from Southport Correctional Facility in Pine City, New York after being incarcerated for half a century.