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Coronavirus: What You Need To Know and How You Should Prepare

What is Coronavirus (COVID/19)? Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that causes illness  illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). COVID-19  is a new strain of of coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans. Though

Project Black Ankh – Houston Floods

On Monday, August 28 2017, sister Chiwoniso Luzolo, International Secretary for the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement and her husband, Hashim Bissalam, were in need of emergency rescue from their one  story home in Cypress, TX. Flood waters had risen above the 12ft stilts their home sits on  and they did not have access to the

AAPDEP Houston Building for a Sustainable Future

AAPDEP is growing by leaps and bounds in Houston, TX where we’ve had a community garden for the past 6 years.   The garden has been the center of our work here which is part of AAPDEP’s objective to build organizers that will carry out the work of building self-sustaining communities throughout the world.   It is

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By William Hobson With the new Trump administration in office, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repealed, many Africans in the United States are afraid of being left without healthcare and access to healthcare resources.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 because of the destruction of the environment.

Trump’s inauguration and the exposing of white nationalism

“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 By Nkashama Sankofa, African People’s Socialist Party   Donald John Trump was inaugurated as the president of U.S. on January 20, 2017. He became

Tornado Kills 4 People in Hattiesburg, Miss.

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! HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Four people were killed

Is Your African Fashion REALLY African

By Zenzele Consignment We are just days away from Black History Month which is a time when many African people make a concentrated effort to celebrate our  history and culture. Churches, schools and community centers host a variety of cultural events where men, women and children can be seen decked out in their sharpest African attire

AAPDEP’s MLK Day of Service honors Dr. King’s legacy

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