24-hour #GivingTuesday Webathon for Black Power Blueprint

24-HOUR GivingTuesday WEB-A-THON!
DECEMBER 3
7:00 – 8:00 am: OVERVIEW. What is Giving Tuesday? What is Reparations Tuesday? What is the Uhuru Solidarity Movement? What is the Black Power Blueprint?8:00 – 9:00 am: Matching Funds at 8! Donate Now / CULTURE OF REPARATIONS panel

9:00 – 10:00 am: No Way to the NGA! Black Community Resists Spy Agency Construction:

10:00 – 11:00 am: REVOLUTIONARY MUSIC HOUR (Part 1)

11:00 – 11:20 am: Tour the Uhuru Furniture Store!

11:20 am – 12:00 pm: Black Power will Save the Environment

12:00 – 1:40 pm: Tales from the Campaign Trail. Stories from the 2017 and 2019 campaigns to elect Uhuru Movement and African People’s Socialist Party members to office on platforms of reparations to the black community

1:40 – 2:10 pm: USM IN EUROPE. Interview with USM member Josh McDonald organizing in London

2:10 – 3:00 pm: Uhuru Foods and Pies: History, Mission, and LIVE PIE TASTING

PRIME TIME 3 – 8 pm EST
3:00 – 3:30 pm: OVERVIEW. Welcome back to St. Louis. What is the Black Power Blueprint?

3:30 – 4:00 pm: St. Louis University and the Struggle for Reparations

4:00 – 5:00 pm: Interview with African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) Midwest Members: President Kalambayi Andenet, Malika Alexander and Abdullah Alexander

5:00 – 6:00 pm: Interviews with APSP Deputy Chair Ona Zene Yeshitela and Director of Agit-Prop Akile Anai

6:00 – 7:00 pm: INTERVIEW WITH CHAIRMAN OMALI YESHITELA

7:00 – 7:30 pm: Interview with Black Power Blueprint volunteers

7:30 – 8:00 pm: Poetry block feat. Fo Feet

8:00 – 9:00 pm: Colonialism in India: Interview with Santosh Rohit

9:00 – 9:30 pm: Interview with longtime USM member Mark Anderson

9:30 – 10:00 pm: Support the Black Power Blueprint

10:00 – 11:00 pm: Report from USM Portland: No Pride in Genocide. The struggle against Fascism vs the Struggle against colonialism

11:00 – 12:00 pm: AFRICA HOUR. Speeches from African Socialist International Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa. Speech from Chairman Omali Yeshitela at the PanAfricanist Congress in Azania.

DECEMBER 4
12:00 pm – 1:00 am: DJs FOR REPARATIONS

1:00 – 2:00 am: DJ Reparations mix “Motion of Matter”

2:00 – 3:00 am: “IF JESUS WAS A REVOLUTIONARY” Most popular speech by the Chairman

3:00 – 4:00 am: REVOLUTIONARY MUSIC HOUR (PART 2)
“Freedom in the Mix” by Elikya Ngoma (Br.A.very)

4:00 – 5:00 am: Speeches by Fred Hampton on the anniversary of his assassination by the US Government

5:00 – 6:00 am: The Story of the Black Power Blueprint

6:00 – 7:00 am: THANK YOU!!!!!!!! Special thank you to all our donors!

Let’s Raise $2500 to unleash $2500 in matching funds!
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Days of Reparations to African People (DRep) 2019 Tour Dates

Days of Reparations to African People St Petersburg Uhuru Solidarity Movement Florida 2019

Reparations: A Revolutionary Demand!
Fall 2019 Speaking Tour

The Uhuru Solidarity Movement calls on white people to stand on the side of the resistance of African and oppressed peoples.

Reparations is our self-criticism and the key to joining in solidarity with African people and all of humanity to play our role in the building of a just and harmonious world without war and suffering.

Reparations stands for our unity with the future of the majority of humanity who have been forced into hideous suffering for the past 600 years for our benefit.

Participate in the Days of Reparations to be held in Boston, Philadelphia, Gainesville, St. Petersburg, St. Louis, Seattle, Portland and Louisville this fall.

Stand on the forward side of history!

Find an event near you!

Philadelphia, PA: September 23rd

Louisville, KY: October 1st

St. Louis, MO: October 3rd

St. Petersburg, FL: October 12th

Boston, MA: October 15th

Portland, OR: October 23rd

Seattle, WA: October 24th

Gainesville, FL: November 10th

Don’t see your city listed? Reach out to us at info@uhurusolidarity.org to find out how you can host your own Day of Reparations to African People speaking event or watch party! You don’t want to miss out on this incredible opportunity!

 

Uhuru Solidarity Movement: A Call to White People, Participate in the Days of Reparations to African People

August 19, 2019

Reparations to African people as a revolutionary demand: key to transforming the world

The Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) is a white organization founded by and working under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party with the goal of building a movement of white reparations to African people in solidarity with the liberation of Africa and African people everywhere. USM exists in over 150 cities throughout the U.S, 37 states, and 5 countries including the UK.

Why reparations to African people is the most positive and progressive stand white people can take!

The 2019 Days of Reparations to African People Speaking Tour and organizing campaign reflects a critical turning point in the six hundred year long history of oppression and resistance of African people in the U.S. and around the world.

It has been over 600 years since Portugal’s assault on and colonization of Africa in 1415, 400 years since the ship of enslaved people arrived at Jamestown, VA in 1619, and 100 years since the “Red Summer”, with countless murderous white riots and slaughter of African people all over the U.S. in 1919.

It is also 5 years after when the massive African uprising in Ferguson, MO following the police murder of Michael Brown in 2014.

At a time when one in three African men will be sent to prison and death by police violence is the greatest cause of death for young black men, the Days of Reparations to African People calls on white people everywhere to break from our continuum of complicity with the oppression of African people and stand in solidarity with the African community fighting for power over their lives and destinies!

Chairman Omali Yeshitela, leader of the African People’s Socialist Party, has shown that capitalism and U.S. and European wealth and power are built on the European assault on Africa, centuries of enslavement of African people, along with the genocide of the Indigenous people, the theft of their land and the colonization of the majority of humanity.

As white people we know that there are two Americas: two distinct bi-polar realities in this country, one characterized by the experience of democracy, law that works for us, the chance to get a good education, jobs, travel and the opportunity to buy our starter homes on tree-lined streets with down payments passed down from our parents and grandparents.

The other is a reality of colonial state repression, imposed poverty, hopelessness, police violence and powerlessness.

We don’t have to be rich to experience much of the “American dream.” Many working white families travel the world, send their kids to college and have at least two cars parked in the driveways of their own homes.

We know that the average white family has about $165,000 in financial assets while one in five African families “have zero or negative net worth,” according to Federal Reserve reports.

If we have a family member with a drug addiction problem we do not expect our doors to be kicked in by SWAT teams or sentencing of 30 years to life in prison, as is common for African people even in this time of drug decriminalization for white people.

Police officers convicted for fatal shootings of African people are “the exception” according to NBC news.

We know that we have wealth, democracy and security at the expense of African and Indigenous people who face colonialism inside this country and around the world.

We didn’t get here because of the myth that we “worked hard and saved our money.”

We united with this imperialist system by lynching, burning, stealing and bombing in return for a standard of living for ourselves at the expense of the life and livelihood of African people.

Chairman Omali Yeshitela and the APSP leads the Uhuru Movement and the struggle to unite and liberate Africa and African people everywhere.

The APSP has been fighting for political and economic power in the hands of African people for nearly 50 years.

The APSP is an African working class organization struggling for the return of Africa’s stolen resources and wealth to build an African socialist government under which every African woman, man and child has control of their resources for prosperity for all under self-determination and self-government.

The Uhuru Movement is clear that no protest, demonstration and lawsuit can reform a system built on a pedestal of slavery. Oppression is in its DNA.

The problem is not “racism” but the colonial domination of African people in Africa, in the U.S. or wherever they have been forcibly dispersed any place on the planet.

Colonialism is the military and economic occupation of a whole people by another people for profit, land and power.

The worldwide Uhuru Movement has built the Black Power Blueprint, Black Star Industries and the African Socialist International as instruments of political and economic power in the hands of the African working class everywhere.

Back in 1976 the African People’s Socialist Party built the African People’s Solidarity Committee, the organization of white people under their leadership strategically placed inside the white population to take this truth home to our families, friends and communities: every dream and aspiration that we have is stolen from others. We all owe Reparations to African people!

In 1982 the Party held the first Tribunal on Reparations for African People in Brooklyn, New York, where an international panel of judges used international law to find the U.S. government guilty of genocide to African people.

The Party’s historic tribunal didn’t petition the U.S. government for reparations; it indicted the U.S. demanding at least $4.1 trillion for the stolen wealth of African people during the period of chattel slavery in the U.S. alone.

The Uhuru Movement also determined to make “reparations a household word,” which is a goal that has clearly come to fruition today. The Party does not see reparations as a payoff, but a revolutionary demand.

For white people, reparations is not a punishment. It is the return of stolen wealth. It is the solution to the fundamental problem roiling this country and the world: the oppression of African and colonized people which is the basis for capitalist war, imposed suffering, world poverty, and terror.

Reparations is the ultimate socialist redistribution of the world’s wealth–under the leadership of the organized African working class.

The Uhuru Solidarity Movement calls on white people to stand on the side of the resistance of African and oppressed peoples.

Reparations is our self-criticism and the key to joining in solidarity with African people and all of humanity to play our role in the building of a just and harmonious world without war and suffering.

Reparations stands for our unity with the future of the majority of humanity who have been forced into hideous suffering for the past 600 years for our benefit.

Participate in the Days of Reparations to be held in Boston, Philadelphia, Gainesville, St. Petersburg, St. Louis, Seattle, Portland and Louisville this fall.

Stand on the forward side of history!

Unity through Reparations.

LIVESTREAM OF: Update on the Black Power Blueprint: Political Power on St. Louis’ North Side

Update on the Black Power Blueprint: Political Power on St. Louis' North Side.

Click "Get Reminder" to be notified when we go live!Black Power Blueprint Coordinator Ona Zene' Yeshitela lays out the latest updates from this dynamic project that is transforming the African working class community of St. Louis. Economic Development Coordinator Ticharwa Masimba and Project Developer Kitty Reilly discuss with Deputy Chair Ona Zene' the upcoming developments and the powerful community response.Learn more, join and contribute at BlackPowerBlueprint.org

Posted by Black Power Blueprint on Tuesday, April 30, 2019

 

 

Update on the Black Power Blueprint: Political Power on St. Louis’ North Side.

Join us LIVE on youtube.com/BlackPowerBlueprint

Black Power Blueprint Coordinator Ona Zene’ Yeshitela lays out the latest updates from this dynamic project that is transforming the African working class community of St. Louis. Economic Development Coordinator Ticharwa Masimba and Project Developer Kitty Reilly discuss with Deputy Chair Ona Zene’ the upcoming developments and the powerful community response.

Learn more, join and contribute at BlackPowerBlueprint.org

APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess interviewed on Hear 2 Help You: “Belief Shaking Conversation”

Dave Rankin and Simone Jennifer Smith of “Hear 2 Help You” interview Chairwoman Penny Hess of the African People’s Solidarity Committee. The APSC was created by the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP), led by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, founder and leader of the Uhuru Movement.  The Uhuru  Solidarity Movement (USM) is the mass organization of the African People’s Solidarity Committee (APSC), organizing in the white community for reparations to African people. Join us this April 13th & 14th in St. Louis, Missouri for our 2019 national convention: “Make America Pay Reparations!” Register at USM2019CONVENTION.EVENTBRITE.COM.

LIVESTREAM OF: USM Web Show to benefit the Black Power Blueprint- The CIA: The World’s Biggest Drug Dealer

This episode of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement Web Show will expose the history of the CIA’s role in trafficking cocaine into African communities in the United States; how Chairman Omali Yeshitela and the Uhuru Movement exposed this before it was later corroborated by San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Webb; and how the US “War on Drugs” is a cover for a colonial war against the African population that locks up millions of black men and women in prison to fuel the parasitic capitalist economy.

Contribute tonight at BlackPowerBlueprint.org