Join members of the African Socialist International on the revolutionary Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise!

St. Pete, FL––Join us, as members, supporters and friends of the African Socialist International (ASI) set sail on the Carnival Cruise Ship Glory for the annual Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise on December 9, 2017.

The six-day Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise is a fundraiser for the African Socialist International (ASI), an association of African people located on virtually every continent, and dedicated to the freedom of Africa and African people worldwide.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of this year’s cruise that leaves from Miami, FL where we will dock in Half Moon Cay-Bahamas, the beautiful St. Thomas-US Virgin Islands. From there we will set sail to San Juan, Puerto Rico and our final destination will be Grand Turk, the capital island of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The ASI organizers and others in the Uhuru contingent on this voyage will be on a well-deserved R&R. 

It will be six days of sleeping late, hanging with revolutionary and progressive comrades, not having to make beds, fix meals and lots of other things we normally do that would more than cover the cost of the cruise.

While on board the Carnival Glory at Waterworks, you will enjoy the winding curves of the classic Twister and all-new Aqua Tunnel waterslide-plus twin racing slides and a giant tipping bucket. Dance the night away or see a comedy show.  There is lots to do for everyone, children included.

Among the passengers on board will be the leader of the African Socialist International, Chairman Omali Yeshitela. You will have the opportunity to participate in political education sessions led by the Chairman himself. This you surely don’t want to miss!

There is plenty of room aboard the Carnival Glory, so join us on the Annual Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise!

Don’t wait! Call today! Make your deposit and don’t miss this cruise!

Call Angie Kopetz at Cruise Planners at 888 720 2443 details.

Visit the website for complete itinerary and pricing information.

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