Pay it forward for the best sons and daughters of Africa!

 
Pay it forward for the “Best Sons and Daughters of Africa,” comrades who are coming from across the world for the African People’s Socialist Party’s month-long Cadre Development School in St. Petersburg, Florida!
 

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From July 5 to August 1, 2014, Africans and allies from Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and the U.S. will leave their jobs, families and homes behind for this intensive school to build cadre committed to the liberation and unification of Africa and African people worldwide.
 
Donate towards the costs of travel, housing, food, transportation and printing of study and training materials for those attending. We are raising $10,000 to bring this historic project into fruition.
At the cadre school led by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Africans with a burning desire to carry out whatever is necessary to liberate and unify Africa and African people will undergo organizational training, study history and political theory, and participate in community organizing, physical education and building an independent African economy.
 
The African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) is the instrument through which the masses of African people can achieve liberation and self-determination. In the struggle against imperialism, “the Party is everything, without which our people will be left with another 500 years of misery, should we survive the desperate aggressions of imperialism in crisis at all,” the Chairman explains in his Political Report to the APSP Sixth Congress.
 
It is the cadre, steeled and dedicated forces, who shoulder the full responsibility for leading the masses of African people to liberation. 
 
The Chairman is urging Africans and freedom-loving peoples everywhere to “seize the time,” as this bloodsucking system of imperialism quakes towards collapse in a period of crisis unlike anything the world has ever seen.
 
“If there is to be independence, unification and socialism in our lifetime, it will be because our Party, deeply united in our mission, is successful,” writes the Chairman.
 
Pay it forward to invest in the future of a liberated Africa, for the benefit of African people worldwide.
 
Donate today to the “Best Sons and Daughters of Africa” Cadre Intensive. 
Touch One! Touch All!

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