Mother Warrior joins fight for economic independence!

Mother Warrior joins fight for economic independence!

Kundé Mwamvita, an African woman and single mother of five beautiful children, struggles in every possible way to take care of herself and her children.

Kundé is the mother of 16-year-old Dominique Battle who was murdered with her two 15-year-old girlfriends, La’Niyah Miller and Ashaunti Bulter on March 31, 2016 by the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department.

Afterwards, Sheriff “killer” Bob Gualtieri and the local media launched a vicious attack on Kundé. They would soon learn that they messed with the wrong African mother.

She is a true Mother Warrior for independence, as her name means in Kikongo (Congo).

During the month of October 2016, Kundé participated in a nation-wide speaking tour to build support for the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) campaign for Justice for the Three Drowned Black Girls.

This came after demonstrations, press conferences and other InPDUM actions around the case in the spring and summer of 2016.

Kundé gave impassioned, powerful presentations that called on the audiences to show solidarity with this struggle. Excellent events in St. Petersburg, Florida, Huntsville, Alabama, Oakland, California, San Diego, California, Gainesville, Florida, Boston, Massachusetts and Seattle, Washington raised support and resources for the campaign.

Kundé slaved at McDonald’s for seven years, at Long John Silver’s for three years, at Church’s Chicken for one year and most recently at Taco Bell for 15 months where Pinellas County Sherriff Department deputies came and interrogated her before telling her that they murdered her daughter.

Kundé Ngudi Mwamvita is not slaving for imperialism any longer. She now works in the Office of the Deputy Chair, under the leadership of Ona Zené Yeshitela, as the Economic Development Specialist for Black Star Industries, building economic development for and between African people worldwide.

Black economic power

The Office of the Deputy Chair is responsible for bringing the African working class into political life through our economic development institutions. It is building a foundation that will feed, clothe and house all of our people.

Providing the basic necessities to live is critical to the development of the African Nation.

The African People’s Socialist Party is demanding Black Power over every aspect of our lives and the colonized African communities. We will not let our fate be controlled by this capitalist system whose origin is directly tied to colonialism and slavery.

Africans in the colonial workplace are not allowed to showcase our abilities and bring our ideas and creativity to the table. However, this is not the case in the African People’s Socialist Party.

Everyone is allowed to lead. As a matter of fact, it is a requirement from day one.

Kundé wasted no time displaying leadership and bringing the skills needed to assist in forwarding the Office of the Deputy Chair.

Kundé is quickly mastering new tasks and actively seeking methods to continually improve a way for Africans to build our own independent economy.

Do as Kundé: join the Office of the Deputy Chair!

Use your skills and leadership to build African Economic Development and Self-Determination!


The political and the economic are one!

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