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All-African People's Revolutionary Party presents the
2021 African Liberation Day Tabloid

Marking the 63rd Commemoration of ALD

"Forward Ever to World-Wide Pan-African Unity!"

African Liberation Day 2021 Tabloid

By A-APRP Editor / 2021-05-22 / 0 Comments
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These are hard times for Africans. We are a people who have been dispersed to all corners of the world where we have been enslaved and oppressed for centuries and where we now cope with the continuing horrors of a pandemic, police terrorism, theft of natural resources, widespread poverty and illness, racial discrimination, inadequate education and much more. In every corner of the African World, our people experience isolation and a growing sense that a united effort to end our misery is more a dream than a realistic possibility. African Liberation Day is the one day during each year when […]

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The A-APRP’s Objective and Ideology Were Created by and for Africans

By A-APRP Editor / 2021-05-22 / 0 Comments
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Our Objective is Pan-Africanism Our Party provides African people organizing globally a vehicle for the achievement of one primary objective – Pan-Africanism, which is: the total liberation and unification of Africa under scientific socialism. There are many other objectives our organization might have that could focus on our local circumstances and that could facilitate our integration into existing systems and institutions. But our liberation requires more than positions in local government, or ownership of small businesses, or membership on corporate boards of directors, or even the support of well-meaning non-governmental organizations. Genuine African liberation requires power. Power does not mean […]

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Pan-Africanism Won’t Fall Into Our Laps – We Must Fight!

By A-APRP Editor / 2021-05-22 / 0 Comments
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If Africans throughout the world aspire only to drive a Mercedes, eat a chocolate bar, wear a diamond ring, and pump gasoline into our vehicles, we will never achieve the liberation we have craved for generations. We will be free only when we realize that we should be the people managing the auto, cocoa, diamond, and oil industries.  Not only should we be managing those industries, we should be managing them within a socialist development system that places the needs of people over profit so that our riches are not exploited, but instead made available for collective good and development. […]

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What’s So Frightening About Revolution?

By A-APRP Editor / 2021-05-21 / 0 Comments
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Some years ago, a member of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party spoke to university students about the thousands of years of African history that preceded slavery, explaining that the length and breadth of that rich history and culture meant descendants of enslaved Africans are not simply emancipated slaves, but they have been and remain “Africans.”  The lecturer recalls: “A student came up to me after the presentation and said she understood and agreed that she should have an allegiance to Africa, but she also suggested: ‘you would attract more people if you didn’t call yourselves revolutionary. Revolution scares people away.’” […]

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Revolutionary African Culture And an End to Gender-Based Violence And Border Wars Are Critical to Establishing African Unity

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The key to worldwide Pan-African unity is found in Africa’s history. African civilizations once developed their own societies based on their needs and visions for the future. These societies had social, political, and economic foundations grounded in an African way of life. However, colonial intrusion caused disorder and confusion as well as the adoption of beliefs and practices that opposed matriarchal culture.  This had a significant impact on gender, class, and clan, and led to the abandonment of the social and communal principles that guaranteed African unity and prosperity. It was an abandonment of principles intrinsic to African culture. Value […]

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Imperialist Meddlers Keep Out! Conflict Resolution and the Military Defense of Africa are Africa’s Business

By A-APRP Editor / 2021-05-21 / 0 Comments
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The longstanding strategy of ‘divide and rule’ was used to perfection throughout much of Africa, which now has more borders than any other continent. The scheme was simple: fossilize Africa’s various ethnic groups, many of which were historical rivals, then force them under one geopolitical roof with preferences given, in some instances, to one group over another. Independence, then, would be fraught with so many ethnic (and religious) hostilities and antagonisms that national integration and political stability would be practically impossible. As a result, Africa is replete with intrastate and interstate conflicts, many of which, over the years, have blossomed […]

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