White Solidarity with Black Power

Reparations Legacy Project’s inaugural conference breaks new ground, builds culture of reparations to African people

On June 12, 2021, the Reparations Legacy Conference brought together donors, grant writers, artisanal beer makers, software developers, professional video producers and other white...

Uhuru Solidarity Movement 2021 Convention raises bar

The 2021 National Convention of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM), with 65 cities across the U.S. and five countries in attendance, represented a great leap...

Rock for Reparations: USM members unite to build the culture of reparations

On April 3, Philadelphia Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) member Mary Alicia organized a wildly successful virtual rock concert for a Reparations Challenge, which not only raised double...

Wall Street must pay reparations to African people

As capitalism’s central institution, the stock markets in the U.S., Britain and Amsterdam are visibly entwined with the assault on African people. The financial trading...

Make Wall Street Pay Reparations!

A Call to build the Uhuru Solidarity Movement's National Convention 2021 White people, it is time for us to turn our backs on our ruling...

Biden’s colonial prison policy: lock up African people, create jobs for white people. We say “Reparations now!”

Shortly after Joe Biden was installed as U.S. president on Jan. 20, he made a big show of “slashing” the federal government’s use of...

Reparations Legacy Project launched

Organizing white wealthy people to pay reparations to Black Power economic programs

March for Reparations Sweeps through Six States Across the U.S.

The 2020 March for Reparations was historic in part because it represented a deepening of the 44-year-long strategy of the APSP to extend the struggle for African liberation and reparations into the heart of the white oppressor nation population.

The Party’s founding of the African People’s Solidarity Committee forever changed the world

Suddenly, the question of whether white people should be organized under the leadership of African (black) people is being debated on many fronts.