The Uhuru Solidarity Movement shares the following newsletter from the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project, the organization created by the African People’s Socialist Party to “to use the collective energy, skill and expertise of Africans wherever they are located and to include others with skills who are willing to work under the guidelines of this project, to offer their skills for the development of Africa and African communities throughout the world.”
We in the Uhuru Solidarity Movement are honored to participate under the leadership of AAPDEP in building and sponsoring events in the nationwide Africa’s Future in African Hands Tour, in which Nurse Midwife Mary Koroma, the lead organizer of AAPDEP-Sierra Leone, will be speaking at venues across the country, sharing her personal testimonies of the powerful work that AAPDEP is carrying out on the continent of Africa.
As white people working under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party, the USM recognizes that solidarity, not charity, is the only principled stand that white people can take in relationship to the struggles of African people for freedom and self-determination. We stand in unconditional solidarity with African self-determination!
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The All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) is honored to announce the world-wide tour of Nurse Mary Koroma, midwife and Director of AAPDEP in Sierra Leone thru April – May 2012. AAPDEP invites those with a passion for self-determination and community led development to bring the Africa’s Future in African Hands (AFIAH) tour to your city this Spring. (read more)
Summit of AAPDEP’s International Executive Committee: Planning the Future of African-Led Development
The idea for the summit was born on the last day of the trip to Sierra Leone.
The magnitude of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project’s (AAPDEP’s) work in that country confirmed the fact that AAPDEP, as a strategy of the African People’s Socialist Party, can transform the relationship that Africans have to imperialism, eventually empowering the people enough to overthrow it. (read more)
AAPDEP-SL gaining momentum after the return of the AAPDEP international delegates
Following the return of the All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) International delegates to their respective countries, the doctors and nurses associated with AAPDEP health projects in Sierra Leone held a strategic meeting to lay out a plan for reducing the level of infant and maternal mortality and other health contradictions in Sierra Leone. (read more
AAPDEP leaders meet in Sierra Leone to organize and continue building for self-determination
Outside was pitch black when the pilot announced that we were preparing for descent into Sierra Leone’s airport at Lungi. I had never experienced flying into any city and not being able to see lights below. But alas we were in Africa, a continent that when looked at by satellite, is one of the least electrified continents in the world.
This is just one of the glaring contradictions that exist in a country so abundant in the world’s most valuable minerals. (read more