All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP)

The history of building the African People’s Socialist Party and the Uhuru Movement in Huntsville, Alabama

It all started in Washington, D.C. Students from Alabama A&M University had been a part of a student organization called the Pan-African Alliance. Through...

Build a Project Black Ankh Community Response Team

Colonialism, the colonial mode of production, destroys everything: human beings, trees, wildlife, the water we drink and the air we breathe. Every day we can...

Project Black Ankh’s Medical Advisory Team to visit Cuba

It seems as if every day we hear of a new earthquake, flood, hurricane or other natural disaster that threatens the lives and livelihood of African people.

Zenzele Consignment celebrates 5-year anniversary

What does economic development in the black community truly look like in 2021? Zenzele Consignment can tell you. In 2016, Zenzele Consignment was established...

Africans stand united with the Cuban government and people

The All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) recently held a live webinar on Facebook titled “Africans United With Cuba: Confronting COVID-19 and the U.S. Blockade” with...

7th Annual Juneteenth celebration in Houston: The Omowale Kefing Freedom Festival

On June 19, 2021, the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) held our 7th Annual Juneteenth Celebration, the first Juneteenth Celebration in the last...

Sophia Cainion wins Marcus Garvey Youth Program’s annual essay contest

In February of this year, the All African People's Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) organized its Second Annual Black History Month Essay Contest.The contest,...

Cheers to the new year 2021: the period of the ascendancy of the slave!

We are taking this opportunity to have a collection summation as African people. To understand where we are as the African Nation, almost 2 billion strong, and to unite with and participate in the process of moving us forward toward total liberation.

Should black people take the COVID-19 vaccine?

It doesn’t boil down to a simple “yes” or “no.”