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Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM)

A Weaker Macron and French Imperialism running out of options

Once again, French people are on the street. A group known as Yellow Vests emerged on the national scene in France on November 17, 2018. They are demanding a fair capitalism.

 

Days of Reparations to African People: From St. Louis, Missouri to Australia!

Just a matter of days after the African People’s Socialist Party forever alters the course of history with its Seventh Congress in St. Louis, Missouri, Chairman Omali Yeshitela and other leaders of the Party and the African People’s Solidarity Committee will embark on a major speaking tour called “Days of Reparations to African People.”

No Pride in Genocide: LGBTQIA+ Solidarity with Black Power!

I am a white person of the LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual) population in solidarity with Black Power.

 

A white U.S. military veteran stands for reparations for African people

I Fought For the Red White and Blue. Today I fight for the Red Black and Green: A White US Army Veteran Stands for Reparations to African People

“You have to pick a side”: A Call to the USM National Convention 2018

On April 14-15th, 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, white people organized under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party, will hold its annual national convention. The following is a call to white people published by USM:

Black Power Blueprint Phase I Fundraising Drive A Huge Success!

Thanks to you and the overwhelming response from nearly 400 supporters, the Black Power Blueprint online fundraising drive successfully reached its goal for the project’s first phase, raising $25,000 in donations and reparations for the renovation of the Uhuru House at 4101 West Florissant in St. Louis.

 

USM St. Pete Hosts Film Showing of “The Murder of Fred Hampton” for African Martyr’s Day

“Why don’t you live for the people? Why don’t you struggle for the people? Why don’t you die for the people?”─An excerpt from “The Murder of Fred Hampton” (1971) that was screened in Akwaaba Hall at the Uhuru House In St. Petersburg, Florida on February 26th, 2018.

Report on the 2018 APSC Plenary

Over 70 attendees, mostly white people, from all around the country, gathered in the beautiful Akwaaba Hall in the historic Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, Florida for this annual meeting of white solidarity with black power to learn more about white people’s role under the African Revolution in this period and moving forward.

Black Power Blueprint Reparations Campaign calls on white people to return the stolen resources

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.

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