Day 19: The training of African revolutionaries at Party Intensive in St Petersburg, Florida

Week three of the Cadre Intensive School started with physical activities at the TyRon Lewis gym.

After a brief rest, all members of the cadre intensive converged to the Uhuru House's Akwaaba hall for the convening of day 19 where we reviewed the day's agenda and activities.

Secretary General Gaida Kambon conducted the morning assembly of the meeting which was followed by the pledge led by Ron Bobb-Semple.

The MC, John Thomas, introduced the Secretary General of the ASI, Luwezi Kinshasa, for the Party building in Europe and Africa working session; he was accompanied by the regional leaders of Europe and Africa Makda Yohannes from Sweden and Fenty Tholley from Sierra Leone.

Prior to SG Luwezi's presentation, he showed a video titled "The Looting of African Resources" and explained the devastating effect in Sierra Leone and Africa. He explained that the company shown mining the resources is the African Mineral Company, a company based in Britain but operated by the Ukrainians.

Comrade Makda spoke on the Europe region while comrade Fenty spoke on the position and development of the Party in Sierra Leone working side-by-side with InPDUM and AAPDEP in the country.

After a short break we were shown a film entitled, "Finally Got the News" which showcased the activities of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers in Detroit during the 1970s .

After lunch we convened the afternoon session was convened by the MC, instructed the units to meet to work on the presentation for our assigned scenarios which will be presented on Friday.

After this short exercise, we had a break of fifteen minutes and went into the community organizing work, selling of the Burning Spear newspaper after which time we returned to the Uhuru House to sum-up the day's activities.

The flag was retrieved and dinner was served.

The day ended with a screending of the movie, "The Battle of Algiers", which was presented by Secretary General, Luwezi Kinshasa. Several questions and contributions were made.

Onward to Day 20!

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