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58 years ago, on April 15, 1958, Kwame Nkrumah, the Convention Peoples Party and the Government of Ghana organized Africa Freedom Day at the conclusion of the First Conference of Independent African States. On May 25, 1963 the Founding Conference of the Organization of African Unity OAU) changed Africa Freedom Day’s name to African Liberation Day (ALD). ALD activities have been commemorated in every corner of Africa, the African Diaspora and the World since 1963.
On May 21, 2016, the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) is organizing African Liberation Day 2016 in Washington, DC under the banner: “Black Visibility is not Black Power; White Power in Black Face is not Black Power! Revolutionary Pan-Africanism is the Highest Expression of Black Power”. ALD 2016 is being organized in solidarity with Palestine (NAKBAR) Day 2016 and the Pan-African and international struggle against zionism.
You can register your attendance here, ALD 2016
50 years ago, on June 16, 1966 Kwame Ture, then known as Stokely Carmichael, reclaimed the African masses millennial and generational demand for Black Power. This demand reverberated to every corner of Africa, the African Diaspora and the World and catapulted Kwame onto the Pan-African and international political stage. More than 1.5 billion People of African descent live, work, study, and struggle in over 120 countries in the world today, and yet we are still powerless, poor and oppressed.
From June 16 to 19, 2016, the A-APRP (GC), the Chokwe Lumumba Center and the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement are organizing a Black Power, Black Lives and Pan-Africanism Conference in Jackson, Mississippi. We invite and encourage you to join us.
You can register your attendance here, Black Power Conference!
The A-APRP (GC) has also joined forces with the SNCC Legacy Project to organize local Black Power 50 events, on June 16, 2016, across the United States, Africa, the African Diaspora and the World. We invite those who cannot join us in Jackson to help build and attend an event on your campus or in your city.
The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) is a small and poor organization. We do not mystify or exaggerate our capacity. We need your help!
See you in DC and Jackson!
Attend another African Liberation Day or Black Power 50 event in your area, or build one!
Send us information about, and link your African Liberation Day and Black Power event to ours!
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