The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) Legacy Award is given to our organizers who have given a lifetime in service to building the A-APRP and global Pan-African struggles. We thank them for past and continued selfless work and sacrifice. They are the true cadre who inspire us and generations to come.
Alexander Ben — Brother Ben has served his people since the early 1970s in the A-APRP. He was always on the forefront of fundraising and recruitment activities and managed Kwame Ture’s housing, transportation, and health care during Recruitment Drives. He has traveled to Guinea, Gambia and Ghana. He always opened his home to Party members and supporters from Africa and the diaspora who needed housing while living and attending school.
Nehanda Green— Sister Nehanda has been in the A-APRP since 1976 and has organized with Party chapters in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Illinois focusing on recruitment and fundraising. One of her great accomplishments was the coordination of the Mawina Kouyate Pre-School in Sierra Leone. She is a founding member of the All-African Women Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU) and served on the Central Committee for several years.
Seku Neblett — Brother Seku has been a member of the A-APRP since its beginnings in the early 1970s. Seku has studied and organized under Nkrumah and Touré. Speaking, drumming and organizing, presently living in Ghana, Seku is a part of the A-APRP’s Cultural Workers Bureau.
Sarudzayi Sevanhu — During her adult life, Sister Sarudzayi has always been in an organization working for the people and has been an organizer in the A-APRP for over 40 years in the Illinois and Virgin Island chapters.Traveling throughout Africa and the Diaspora, she is a founding member and Midwest regional coordinator of the All-African Women Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU) and continues to serve the IL Chapter as the Administration Committee coordinator.