Special Features

Flint water “crisis” is a crime of genocide

There are so many responsible parties in this crime against humanity that one can only conclude it is an organized effort.

United Nations suggests reparations to Africans in the U.S., but avoids the African working class

The United Nations' working group of experts on people of African descent carried out a four-city, fact-finding tour throughout the United States from January 19 to 29, 2016, with visits to Jackson, Mississippi; Chicago, Illinois; New York City, New York; and Washington, D.C.

Updates from the #AfricansChargeGenocide Winter Encampment Tour

Keep up with the Africans Charge Genocide Winter Encampment Tour by watching these video updates!

Bernie Sanders says NO to reparations for African people

Bernie says, "No" he can't support reparations for slavery and stolen black labor.

Colonialism Trumps Fascism in U.S. elections

The electoral process in the U.S. and other bourgeois countries is simply a nonviolent contest for control of the State by contending sectors of the white ruling class.

African Internationalism: “We are Africans because we say we are!”

We can say, therefore, that the African nation is one born of its historical ties to its African national homeland, with a core sense of sameness that includes a common culture, history and physiognomy.

The way forward: African Internationalism vs Cultural Nationalism

“We have to realize our black heritage in order to give us strength to move on and progress. But as far as returning to...

U.S. elections: A deadly fraud perpetrated against the people – especially Africans!

WASHINGTON, DC—The African People’s Socialist Party said it in 1984 and it’s still true today. “No Confidence in the U.S. Government - Democratic or Republican, Male or Female, Black or White! All Power to the People! Black Power to the Black Community!” and “The People Must Win Power With Our Own Hands: Neither Jesse Jackson Nor The Democratic Party Can Bring Power to the Black Working Class” - from The Burning Spear Newspaper, August 1984.

The historical class struggle within the African Liberation Movement

Today, if we are serious about uniting African people and Africa, we must accept the mission of the African working class, which is the eradication of imperialism in its present neocolonialist form, the establishment of an African workers’ State and the consolidation of the African nation.