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ABOUT US

The All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) is a non-profit 501c(3) membership based organization with a three-fold focus on education, agriculture, and healthcare. 

AAPDEP’s mission is to collectivize the skills that African people have around the world in order to build concrete community based development projects in the areas of Agriculture, Education and Health care.

For almost 13 years now, AAPDEP has been calling on and winning African people everywhere to take up the responsibility we have to the African Nation.

As members and volunteers with AAPDEP, we acknowledge that our skills do not belong to us as individuals, rather, our skills belong to and must be used for the benefit of the masses of African people who no matter where we find ourselves…in the United States, Europe, the Caribbean, South America or on the continent of Africa itself,  live under the most horrible colonial conditions.

We recognize that African doctors, nurses, mental health workers, scientists, teachers and other skilled people have a role to play by contributing our skills to the African freedom movement that will not only allow us to  build concrete programs that can make an immediate improvement in the quality of life for our people, but that recognizes the basis of our contradiction as a political one that will require a total transformation of the economic and social realities currently confronting our people.

OUR WORK AROUND COVID-19

Since the formal establishment of our People’s War Covid-19 Commission on March 12, 2020, the Uhuru Movement has been incredibly busy carrying out our work. 

Our AAPDEP Project Black Ankh medical Advisory Team has developed protocols for everything from how to minimize your risk while grocery shopping to how to care for yourself or a loved one who is diagnosed with COVID-19. 

Our outreach teams throughout the United States and Africa have been distributing informational posters, leaflets and brochures informing the African working class on best practices for personal and home hygiene, how to make masks, tips for boosting our immune systems and how to minimize our risk for covid while participating in political actions.

Our social media pages and websites have been transformed into repositories for all things COVID-19 offering health information, resources for homeschooling, gardening tips and financial resources for individuals and small businesses.

Our journal, the burning spear newspaper has been publishing incredibly important political summations, allowing us to understand the coronavirus as a colonial virus, exposing this pandemic as only the most recent example of how African and other oppressed people’s find ourselves utterly vulnerable and disproportionately affected by this and other capitalist created disasters due to the lack of power over our own lives. CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER FOR OUR MEDICAL ADVISORY TEAM.

We also launched a free telehealth program that provides access to COVID-19 related information and education provided by our licensed medical volunteers and our Ask the Doctor Series, developed to serve as one of the strategies to give the African nation access to learn from African medical professionals, intellectuals, activists, and revolutionary organizers about healthcare issues confronting the African nation.  

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