October 6-12, ST. LOUIS, MO─The African People’s Socialist Party’s (APSP) year-long campaign to build its Seventh Congress has successfully concluded over a month ago.
At the end of her 1925 article, “Women as Leaders,” which was published in the UNIA’s newspaper, The Negro World, Amy Euphemia Jacques Garvey writes, “We are tired of hearing Negro men say, ‘There is a better day coming,’ while they do nothing to usher in the day.
In preparation for the African People’s Socialist Party’s Seventh Congress taking place in October 6 through 12, the Party has launched a series of regional Conferences are or have happened throughout the U.S., Europe, and Africa, for members of our Party to conduct the readings, studies, and discussions of the Political Report to the Seventh Congress authored by Chairman Omali Yeshitela.
All societies contain an advanced sector. These are people who, for whatever reason, stand out because of their willingness to step forward to address the pressing problems found in society at any given time.
Our Party and Chairman Omali Yeshitela have guided the African Revolution for the past fifty years. Chairman Yeshitela has brought African people into the world arena as one of the first colonial nations to have successfully united, under one banner, an international liberation movement.
In this most volatile crisis situation the capitalist world is in, the oppressed nations continue to irreversibly push forward an end to the relationship that has binded us to oppressor white nations against our will for the last 600 years.
Our Party is organized on a regional basis. This is true within the U.S. and throughout the world.
The second imperialist world war resulted in the U.S., which did not suffer the consequences of war being fought within its domestic borders, becoming the center of the capitalist world economy.