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Africa is not charity
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Africa is not charity

“Neither charity, pity nor prayer will change the material conditions that have been imposed on our people. Only by consolidating the dispersed African Nation in our struggle for self-determination and self-government will we ensure our collective safety as a people whether in Haiti, New Orleans, in the Continent of Africa or any other place African...

October 26, 2016May 13, 2021by
AAPDEP Houston needs your help
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AAPDEP Houston needs your help

Houston is AAPDEP’s long-standing agriculture project and is currently still going strong today.  If you are in the Houston area and are interested in helping to keep this project going, join AAPDEP and come out to the garden to lend a hand. This garden is here to provide for the community. Every helping hand matters. Let’s build...

October 21, 2016May 13, 2021by
Africans in Haiti and Everywhere Must Have the Black Ankh!
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Africans in Haiti and Everywhere Must Have the Black Ankh!

On Tuesday, October  4 2016, Hurricane Matthew, the strongest hurricane to hit the region in more than ten years, smashed into Haiti with 145 mile per hour winds and torrential rain. Now, in the aftermath of the storm, the magnitude of the humanitarian crisis has been hard to take in. More than 1,000 people are...

October 13, 2016May 13, 2021by
White power to blame for devastation in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew
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White power to blame for devastation in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew

To those colonial and neocolonialist leaders, as well as parasitic organizations expressing concern for Africans in Haiti, we say “hands off of Haiti!” Hands off Haiti, hands off Africa and hands off Africans wherever we were forcefully displaced on this planet! Free Haiti!  Join AAPDEP Today! by Elikya Ngoma, African People’s Socialist Party AYITI––Over 850...

October 11, 2016May 13, 2021by
Zenzele Consignment: The People’s Clothing (&More) Store
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Zenzele Consignment: The People’s Clothing (&More) Store

On Saturday, August 6, more than 40 supporters joined AAPDEP and the Zenzele Consignment organizing committee for a pre-opening mixer and fundraiser.  The event took place at Zenzele Consignment which is located at 2205-F University Drive in the Northwood Shopping Plaza in Huntsville, Alabama.   The mixer kicked off with a meet and greet, giving the...

August 26, 2016May 13, 2021by
Uhuru Book Fair and Flea Market
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Uhuru Book Fair and Flea Market

The Uhuru Book Fair and Flea Market will be held at Clark Park in Philadelphia on September 24, 2016. There will be over 100 vendors, live music, poetry, and lots of great food! Mark it on your calendars, because you don’t want to miss this event!

August 10, 2016May 13, 2021by
AAPDEP North Alabama Chapter launches community garden in Decatur
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AAPDEP North Alabama Chapter launches community garden in Decatur

Following in a long line of true African Development projects, the All African Peoples Development and Empowerment Project has started a community garden in Decatur, Alabama, a town about 25 miles away from our organization’s headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama.  The new AAPDEP garden, located in the heart of the African community of Decatur, on land...

August 5, 2016May 13, 2021by