The 62nd Anniversary of ALD Organized by A-APRP & PASCF for England and Europe
A FREE, Virtual African celebration & conference for the whole family on Zoom
Listen to presentations about our political struggle to unite and organise in Africa, the Diaspora and here in Britain.
2020 Theme: “Rise Up Africa”
How long can African Leaders continue to ignore the structural roots of Africa’s perpetual crisis?
Brotha Jalloh – Pan-African Society Community Forum (PASCF) – African Youth & Technology
then a panel with…
Brotha Jaki Seroke – Secretary for Publicity and Information for the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC/A)
Sista Dr Mjiba Frehiwot / Brotha Kojo Ewool – A-APRP Ghana
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
ALD is being organised on coalition between the PASCF and the A-APRP Britain Chapter.
The theme this year is “Rise Up Africa” – How long can African Leaders continue to ignore the structural roots of Africa’s perpetual crisis?
We hope you can join in the commemorations this year on the 2nd May Bank Holiday Weekend.
PASCF’s Events & Year-Round Activism
Planning Meetings (Every other Monday evening)
These are open meetings and the community are invited to attend.
These sessions regularly held on Fridays throughout the year, are aimed at conscientizing and politicising the Afrikan Family. Sessions are FOC and also make a vital contribution to mobilising, organising, nurturing and unifying us as an Afrikan Family. Held via Zoom during lockdown and social distancing.
Other events planned by the Pan-African Society Community Forum:
Marcus Garvey Annual Memorial Lecture (MGAML)
The 11th MGAML will be held on Wednesday 10th June 2020 [via Zoom]
The Lecture commemorates the phenomenal contribution of Marcus Mosiah Garvey to Afrikan organising, organisations, and liberation. PASCF expresses thanks to Goldsmiths College, University of London for their hosting/support of the 2019 MGAML and ARML Lectures.
14th Ayiti Revolution Memorial Lecture [ARML] – Sunday 23rd August 2020
The annual ARML commemorates the Afrikan Liberation Process known as the Ayitian Revolution. It continues to serve to re-invigorate, re-energise and re-empower us in our unwavering fight for and insistence upon our Afrikan Liberation.
Marikana Massacre [8th] Vigil & Commemoration – Sunday 16th August 2020
This Vigil is held outside South Africa House, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DP. It is held to protest the deliberately planned massacre of 34 striking miners at Lonmin’s Marikana platinum mine, by South African police for London mining company Lonmin, whose directors included Cyril Ramaphosa, now President of South Africa. No one has been prosecuted for the murders and the protest calls for justice and compensation for the workers’ families. It is held in collaboration with several community and other forces.
Former AU Ambassador Dr Arikana Chihombori-Quao