InPDUM Pledge of African Resistance Telethon, Feb 22-23

The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) is calling on all of its members, supporters and all African patriots to be a part of the Pledge of African Resistance Telethon.
Africans from three continents will show the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement organization in progress.
Take the Pledge of African Resistance and become a part of the growing number of Africans supporting community organization for self-determination and liberation!
The Pledge of African Resistance Telethon will be a way to provide resources for InPDUM, receive political education and join the fastest growing politcal movement for Africans worldwide. This powerful weekend of revolutionary resistance will be shown on
Tune in and show your support for Omali Yeshitela, the Uhuru Movement, and African Internationalism!

Live Broadcast February 22-23 12PM @


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