The Uhuru Solidarity Movement has officially launched the Reparations Legacy Membership Program, as a way to recognize our generous USM Sustaining Members who have taken a great stance of material solidarity with African Liberation by contributing $2,000 or more in reparations to African self-determination and economic development programs of the African People’s Socialist Party.
We have developed an exciting new giveback program to appreciate our members that consists of:
- Waived registration fee to the USM Convention
- $25 gift card to our very own Reparations Apparel Line — Uhuru Planet
- A wooden, laser cut, USM Magnet (pictured here!)
- Recognition at the USM National Convention
The money being raised for this campaign goes to support the incredible Black Power Blueprint, who vision, as stated on their website, “is to return the majority-black North Side of St. Louis to its former economic, political and cultural vibrancy through self-sustaining economic development.”
There are three ways that you can join the Reparations Legacy Membership Program:
- You can pay $2,000 or more in reparations today!
- Join USM at our Harriet Tubman or Kwame Nkrumah sustainer levels (link to both)
- Upgrade your membership level to a Harriet Tubman or above by paying the balance of your membership. (i.e. if you are an Ella Baker sustainer at $1,200 for the year you can submit $800 before Dec. 31st to upgrade Harriet Tubman).
The legacy of the slavemaster stops here!
Join the Reparations Legacy Membership Program today!
Your Reparations Legacy Membership funds the Black Power Blueprint projects, including :
- Uhuru (Freedom) House community center with Akwaaba (Welcome) Hall
- Outdoor event space and community garden as home for a One Africa! One Nation! Marketplace
- 4-plex apartment building—housing for the African Independence Workforce Program creating jobs for those re-entering our community from the prison system
- A building that will house a bakery, café, community commercial kitchen, outdoor event space and herb garden
- A 50’ flagpole flying a 25’ red, black and green flag in our outdoor event space across from the Uhuru House, a much-loved symbol of our heritage, culture and pride
- Outdoor community basketball court