On April 15, 1958, in Ghana, African leaders and political activists gathered at the first Conference of Independent States. The conference was significant in that it represented the first Pan African Conference held on African soil after the 5th Pan African Congress in 1945. The Conference called for the fou
Announcing the kick-off of a cell phone drive to benefit The All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) and the environment you live in!
Come donate your used cell phones to be reused or recycled. For each cell phone donation, you will support AAPDEP in our effort to build community garden projects in St. Petersburg, Houston, and Washington D.C. and an infant and maternal mortality clinic in Sierra Leone.
Many Africans suffer from food insecurity in the US. The gardens are
Join the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library of the University of South Florida-St. Petersburg on Thursday, January 21 in celebrating the life and work of Omali Yeshitela (formerly known as Joseph Waller), leader of the Uhuru Movement and Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party.
USF librarian Jim Schnur will conduct an interview with Chairman Omali which will be accompanied by videos and photos of the Chairman's life and campaigns.
Chairman Omali has been honored by the Nelson Poynter Mem
This is a statement by Omali Yeshitela, Chairman Of The African Socialist International. It may also be viewed on UhuruNews.com
Published Friday, November 7, 2008
African workers and peoples of the world:
On Tuesday, November 4 Barack Obama became the 44th president of the United States to the obvious joy of millions of African people in the U.S. and around the world, especially in Africa, our national homeland. Other peoples of the world also welcomed the election of Obama.