COVID-19 is not a medical problem; it is a political problem. Its origins must be put in the context of what’s happening in the world today and who stands to profit from this deadly form of biological warfare.
As part of the campaign to sell 10,000 Uhuru Pies, much work has happened to transform various aspects of the work to accommodate the higher volume of pies.
Bakari Olatunji has been an important part of the Uhuru Movement in Oakland, where he grew up, since the mid 1980s.
On December 8, 2017, the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) launched a dynamic campaign to raise $25,000 in the first phase of a $300,000 effort to fund the Black Power Blueprint, a revolutionary program of economic and political power led by and for the African working class in St. Louis.
The African People’s Socialist Party’s Africans One Billion Strong Donor Campaign (AOBS) is collective investment in our own African future based on a foundation of political and economic power over our lives. Every African around the world should participate because the future of our people depends on our ability to have an economy that is primarily designed to take care of black people first and foremost.
APEDF is raising funds for the Uhuru Jiko Community Kitchen and is calling on people to give generously to a goal of $60,000 and also to aid in the search for a location for the kitchen in Oakland, CA. Visit www.uhurujiko.org to donate and spread the word.
For more than 30 years, the Uhuru holiday pie sale has been the progressive holiday tradition in the San Francisco Bay Area and in St. Petersburg, Florida. Each fall, thousands of delighted buyers and hundreds of volunteer bakers and pie sellers support this vital program.
The outpouring of support is not only for the mouth-watering fresh-baked fruit and nut pies. Uhuru Foods and Pies is a dynamic African economic development institution of Black Star Industries (BSI).
BSI is the seed of the independent African economy through which we will once again own and control our resources. This is the future that each bite of an Uhuru Pie builds.
This year, Uhuru Pies Oakland is proud to introduce new head baker, Ngoyi Folayan!