“The Task of Revolutionaries and the History of the Movement”

Sunday Study for August 28, 2016, led by African People’s Socialist Party  Chairman Omali Yeshitela. “The Task of Revolutionaries and the History of the Movement,” from the book: The Road to Socialism is Painted Black.  The Chairman discusses the history of the Black Power Movement, how it came into being by creating solutions to the problems faced by the African community under oppressive colonialism.  It’s interesting to note that the more successful Africans became at solving the problems faced by the people in their communities, the more the colonial state would respond with violence to crush any progress made in order to ensure colonialism endured.

To learn more about this history, and the context of current anti-imperialist struggle, join us on Tuesday evenings for Political Education Studies with Penny Hess, Chair of the African People’s Solidarity Committee (APSC).  These studies will be resuming in mid-November.  Find more information on our Political Education studies here.

You can view the live stream of Sunday Studies with the Chairman each Sunday at 8:00 AM EST/ 5:00 AM Pacific time on The Burning Spear TV, or listen live @ http://www.theburningspear.com/uhuru-radio

The Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) was created by and works under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party to go into the white community and win reparations for African self-determination and liberation.  USM unites with the African Internationalist analysis offered in the Sunday Studies with Chairman Omali Yeshitela ~ African Internationalism is the political theory that informs our work.

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