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OUR RESPONSIBILITY IS NOT JUST TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD, BUT TO CHANGE THE WORLD

AFRICAN SKILLS
FOR AFRICAN LIBERATION

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OUR RESPONSIBILITY IS NOT JUST TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD, BUT TO CHANGE THE WORLD

AFRICAN SKILLS
FOR AFRICAN LIBERATION

MAKE DONATION VIEW CAUSES

OUR RESPONSIBILITY IS NOT JUST TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD, BUT TO CHANGE THE WORLD

VOLUNTEER WITH US TODAY!

THE ALL AFRICAN PEOPLE’S DEVELOPMENT & EMPOWERMENT PROJECT

USE YOUR SKILLS TO DEVELOP
PROGRAMS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

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THE ALL AFRICAN PEOPLE’S DEVELOPMENT & EMPOWERMENT PROJECT

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FOR AFRICAN LIBERATION

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THE ALL AFRICAN PEOPLES DEVELOPMENT & EMPOWERMENT PROJECT

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African Self Determination!Not Charity!

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

AAPDEP’s mission is to collectivize the skills that African people have around the world in order to build concrete community based development projects.

For almost 14 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.

About The Essay Contest 

During the month of February. We will be celebrating the many contributions of African men and women who have made great strides in the history of the struggle for liberation for African people.

The world has been enriched by the many contributions made by the African community and we cherish the opportunity to highlight these many achievements. We take special pride in our struggle as we honor the legacy of our many leaders through Black History Month.

The Black History Month Essay Contest is open to all grade 4-8 students. Each student will submit one essay no longer than 500 words based on this year’s theme: Influential African leaders; answering the question: “ Who is Chairman Omali Yeshitela and what is his significance to the African Liberation Movement?”.

Please use the resources below for more information on Chairman Omali Yeshitela.

We demand an end to all harassment, raids, surveillance, infiltration, theft of property, threats of criminal charges, attempts at intimidation, slander and discrediting of Chairman Omali Yeshitela, the African People’s Socialist Party and the Uhuru Movement by the FBI and all other fronts of the U.S. colonial state!

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