Uhuru Movement

Remembering Emmett Till

During the weekend of August 28-31, activists, family and friends of the Till family gathered in Chicago, IL to commemorate the 60th anniversary of 14-year-old Emmett Till’s murder.

Call to the INPDUM 2015 Convention – Sept. 26-27 Chicago

CHICAGO--On September 26 and 27, 2015 African people from throughout the world will gather in Chicago, Illinois to convene the 24th Annual Convention of The International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM).

InPDUM Convention returning to its birthplace September 26-27 in Chicago

On September 26 and 27, members, friends and allies of the International People’s Democratic Movement (InPDUM) will return to  Chicago for its 25th Annual Convention.

Meet Daniel Conteh, AAPDEP’s new National Director for Sierra Leone

FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE—On Sunday, August 9, Daniel Conteh was appointed Sierra Leone National Director for the All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AADPEP).

AAPDEP working hard to build Zenzele Consignment: Opening pushed back to March 2016

HUNTSVILLE, AL—For a little over a year now, members and volunteers of the All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AADPEP) have been working to build our first economic institution, Zenzele Consignment.

ANWO forum discusses solution to State violence against African women

WASHINGTON, DC—The Washington, DC branch of the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) held a community forum on Thursday August 6th, entitled State Violence and Black Women: Solutions to Protect and Defend, to discuss the ongoing murder and brutality of Africans by the police.

Oakland Uhuru Movement on the move again!

OAKLAND, CA.—The historic Uhuru Movement for black power is expanding its Oakland institutions for African community economic development programs that have served the people for the past 30 years!



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.