Revolutionary Struggle For African Health By William Hobson With the new Trump administration in office, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repealed, many Africans in the United States are afraid of being left without healthcare and access to healthcare resources. Mississippi has just reminded us Africans of how volatile the weather has become
“We must organize to put Africans first. Trump can drive the U.S. to hell in a hand basket. We must struggle to be self-determined.” Join AAPDEP today and struggle for self-determination Trump’s inauguration and the exposing of white nationalism Jan 24, 2017 Nkashama Sankofa, African People’s Socialist Party Donald Trump, newly-elected U.S. imperialist president.
Zenzele Consignment is a project of the nonprofit All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project. AAPDEP organizes African led development projects in Africa and African Communities around the world. So, when you support Zenzele Consignment, you support Self-reliance and Self-determination for African people world-wide! Stop by Zenzele Consignment to shop, volunteer and learn more about how
The city of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, which has a high African and Latino population, was devastated over the weekend by Tornados which killed 4 people. We, as Africans, need to be able to respond to crisis when it happens, without the help of any government assistance. Join AAPDEP today! Tornado Kills 4 People in Hattiesburg, Miss.
Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday with a Rally for Self-determination! Dec 12, 2016 Thousands of black people will descend on the U.S. capital in Washington, D.C. on January 14, 2017, one day before the anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and six days before the inauguration of Donald Trump
On Monday, January 16, 2017 from 10am-2pm AAPDEP and Zenzele Consignment will host our first annual MLK Day of Service. The event is being organized as ” A Day ON, not OFF” referring to our plan to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King through community service. We are calling on volunteers to meet us
The African community of St. Petersburg, Florida, led by the Uhuru Movement, erected a sign, renaming what was previously known as 18th Avenue to TyRon Lewis Avenue in honor of the 20th anniversary of the police murder of 18-year-old TyRon Lewis on October 24, 2016. It was a sign embraced by the African community; the
“Across the board there is a general sentiment among feminists that selecting Hillary Clinton as president is the best hope to save U.S. democratic process and champion their position that a woman—at the helm of U.S. imperialism—is equality. Despite this, Hillary has not escaped criticism from feminists, particularly self-identified black feminists who find it difficult