African People’s Solidarity Committee National Conference


Sunday, January 11 – Monday, January 12, 2015
Akwaaba Hall, 1245 18th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL

The African People’s Solidarity Committee (APSC) calls on white people everywhere to take action in the face of the profound crisis of U.S. imperialism, the enemy of the majority of humanity.

We cannot leave to the next generation the hideous conditions of war, suffering, poverty and devastation against oppressed peoples inside the U.S. and around the world.

The future of this crumbling system is bleak for the ruling class, but for all those who have suffered the ravages of imperialist terror for the past 600 years, the crisis represents a new beginning in the struggle for a just world in which all humanity can live in peace and prosperity!

» Read more from “The Call to Attend the 2014 APSC National Conference”


Dynamic Workshops and Presentations on Key Political Questions:

Not One More Black Life!
How white people can oppose the police murders of African people that happen every day in this country.

Stop Obama’s Wars!
No peace without victory to oppressed peoples everywhere!

Solidarity with oppressed peoples locked in life-or-death resistance against this violent, blood-sucking social system—from Ferguson to Palestine!

Organize in solidarity with the African-led movement for a sustainable, humane world of justice and social equality, not death and exploitation.

» See the full program


Featured Speakers


Chairman Omali Yeshitela, leader of the African Socialist International


Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People’s Solidarity Committee

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  • #blacklivesmatter:Tampa is run by a white cis gender male and a black, non-binary woman. They are both millineals. As a black woman approaching middle age, I offer these young people as speakers. Kriz Pattridge, has done amazing work on behalf of his org, bee against Monsanto, in the tri-cities area. He has opened his home and uses his personal resources to spread the message of Monsantos biological destruction, far and wide. Crystal J Wilson is the spokesperson for SNCC @ USF. She carries the dream of reigniting the SNCC vision all over the country. Also of note is one Susie Shannon, a white, cis-gender woman of middle age woman degreed in woman’s studies. Susie fights for fair wages and treatment of modest wage workers through work at AFSME. We plan to be at your conference. Please reach out if you are interested in adding these firebrands to your speakers roster. Thank you in advance for your time and intetest.
    Donna L. Davis

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