Grenada will be celebrating African Liberation Day (ALD) for the first time since the US invasion in 1983.. This joyous occasion will be held on Tuesday, 25 May at 4 pm Grenada time.
African Liberation Day is celebrated annually on May 25th. It commemorates the founding of the Organization of African Unity, now the African Union, on this day in 1963. It is a public holiday in many countries. Holiday or not, ALD is a worldwide observation on May 25 and will also be marked in Grenada. Progressive people throughout the world celebrate ALD as a means of assessing progress towards global African liberation, of continental Africans as well as those in its vast diaspora of North & Latin America, the UK, the Caribbean and elsewhere.
The 2021 virtual ALD celebrations will be both a Grenadian expression of this global tradition as well as continuing to mark the best legacies of the Grenada Revolution. The Grenada African Liberation Day Organising Committee (GALDOC) welcomes you to join their celebration of this momentous day. They state: –
“We recognise the fighting spirit of our African and Caribbean sisters & brothers in their struggle for liberation and we join with them across the globe to celebrate this day.”
Join them on Tuesday, 25 May at 4 pm Grenada time for a set of “hot speeches”. The details will be supplied shortly. In the meantime please register for Grenada’s ALD via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/african-liberation-day-grenada-2021-tickets-152161520203.
For further information please contact the Grenada African Liberation Day Organising Committee (GALDOC). email@example.com.
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