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

People Get Ready! Tour Build Project Black Ankh: The African Nation’s Alternative to the Red Cross

People get ready! It’s time for African families and communities to come together and organize for disaster preparedness and health emergencies!

African people the last to receive CPR

It comes at no surprise that under colonialism, African people everywhere are suffering from imposed diseases and treatable illnesses, with little to no access to adequate medical treatment or assistance.

AAPDEP 10th Anniversary- African Skills for African Liberation Convention Summation

On the weekend of November 17-19, the All African People’s Development Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) celebrated our 10th Anniversary Convention in Huntsville, Alabama. 

The Vulnerability of African Children After Disaster

Natural and manmade disasters continue to destroy African communities.

The Vulnerability of African Children After Disaster: Project Black Ankh’s Response

Natural and manmade disasters continue to destroy African communities.

Zenzele celebrates its first year

Zenzele Consignment, a clothing resale store and economic develop project that sustains the programs of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP), recognized its one year anniversary with a successful anniversary celebration and fundraiser on August 27th 2017.

AAPDEP purchases 5th Ward Community Garden property through victorious SOILdarity campaign that raised over $10K

HOUSTON—Organizers of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) were informed by the landowners of the piece of land where the AAPDEP 5th Ward Community Garden sits of their need to sell the property in April 2017.

Celebrate Juneteenth at the 5th Ward Community Garden in Houston, Texas!

The 5th annual Juneteenth Freedom and Music Festival will take place on June 17, 2017 at 3707 Brill Street in the 5th Ward Community Garden. This celebratory festival is sponsored by the All African People’s Development Project’s (AAPDEP) and the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM).

SOILdarity Houston: Help save the 5th Ward Community Garden!

What is SOILdarity? It is unity with the land. It is our connection to our environment and ancestors.

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