St. Louis – All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds!

All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds

Reparations Now! Africa’s Resources in Africa’s Hands!

This event is a call to action for white people to return diamonds and other stolen resources back to African people as a form of reparations. All Diamonds are Blood Diamonds is a national speaking tour by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party.

Learn more about why this campaign is so urgent by reading the January 2019 article “All diamonds are blood diamonds: There is no diamond not covered with the blood of African people!” by Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People’s Solidarity Committee:
http://www.theburningspear.com/2019/01/All-diamonds-are-blood-diamonds-There-is-no-diamond-not-covered-with-the-blood-of-African-people

Contact Info:
Monday, March 25
6:30 – 8:30 pm CST
Center for Divine Love – The Empowerment Center
3617 Wyoming St, St. Louis, MO 63116
Speakers:
Ticharwa Masimba, African People’s Socialist Party
KC Mackey, African People’s Solidarity Committee
Register HERE. 

Resisdance

A drag show / dance party benefit for the Black Power Blueprint, hosted by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement STL!

The stellar lineup will be announced Saturday! ..Stay tuned..

Happy Birthday Assata! Film Night and Discussion

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement St. Louis, white people under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party, to celebrate the birthday of Assata Shakur, a revolutionary freedom fighter for African people and veteran of the Black Power Movement of the 60s.

We will be screening a documentary about Assata called “The Eyes of the Rainbow”

Our featured speaker is Naila Taylor, a beacon of the new generation of Black Power freedom fighters. At 16 years old, Naila is the International Youth Liason for the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (INPDUM), and is the membership coordinator for the St. Louis chapter of INPDUM.

Snacks will be provided.
Suggested $10 donation at the door
All proceeds benefit the Black Power Blueprint, building economic development in the hands of the black community of St. Louis.

Date: Monday July 16th
Time: Doors open at 6, Film starts at 6:30
Location: Lemp Neighborhood Arts, 3301 Lemp Avenue

USM STL No Pride in Genocide: White LGBT Solidarity with Black Power

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement St. Louis’ workshop for Pride Month:
“No Pride in Genocide: White LGBT Solidarity with Black Power.”

Our keynote speaker will be Kalambayi Andenet, lifelong St. Louis resident & the president of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement, the mass organization of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP). President Kalambayi is a fierce freedom fighter who struggles daily for the liberation of all African people. The African People’s Socialist Party has provided leadership and put forward many ways in which African Women, and Gender and Sexuality Nonconforming African people, must be leaders in the struggle for Black Power.

This event will also feature a presentation by Kitty Reilly, a member of the African People’s Solidarity Committee & the Director of the Office of Reparations and Economic Development, under the leadership of Deputy Chair Ona Zene Yeshitela. Since 1979 she has participated in all the campaigns led by the African People’s Socialist Party, winning white people to take a stand in solidarity with black self-determination.

The event will kick off with a workshop by KC Mackey, Chair of the St. Louis chapter of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM). KC sets the way forward for other white people of the LGBT community to take a principled stance of reparations to African people. USM is the mass organization of white people under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party, and has the goal of winning thousands of white LGBT people to go beyond the opportunist politics of the Pride march, and stand for white solidarity with black power.

If you are opposed to all forms of oppression;
if you are outraged at the racism in the LGBT community;
if you want to see a new world in which all people can live freely, no one at anyone else’s expense;
of if you just want to learn more…
this workshop is for you!

Light refreshments provided.
All funds raised will go towards the Black Power Blueprint in St. Louis.

Happy Birthday Assata! Film Night and Discussion

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement St. Louis, white people under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party, to celebrate the birthday of Assata Shakur, a revolutionary freedom fighter for African people and veteran of the Black Power Movement of the 60s.

We will be screening a documentary about Assata called “The Eyes of the Rainbow”

Our featured speaker is Naila Taylor, a beacon of the new generation of Black Power freedom fighters. At 16 years old, Naila is the International Youth Liason for the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (INPDUM), and is the membership coordinator for the St. Louis chapter of INPDUM.

Snacks will be provided.
Suggested $10 donation at the door
All proceeds benefit the Black Power Blueprint, building economic development in the hands of the black community of St. Louis.

Date: Monday July 16th
Time: Doors open at 6, Film starts at 6:30
Location: Lemp Neighborhood Arts, 3301 Lemp Avenue

Concerning Violence: Benefit For The Black Power Blueprint

“Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes From Anti-Imperialist Self-Defense” is a 2014 documentary written and directed by Göran Hugo Olsson and narrated by Lauryn Hill. It takes the work of anti-imperialist revolutionary philosopher and psychiatrist, Frantz Fanon, and brings it to the screen. The film explores the use of anti-colonial violence as a path to liberation. Fanon’s book “Wretched of the Earth” has had a historic impact on anti-colonial struggle around the world. Notable students of his work are Malcolm X, Che Guevara, Steve Biko, and many more.

Join Uhuru Solidarity Movement STL for a collective viewing followed by a group discussion. The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is an international anti-colonial organization of white people that was created by and is accountable to the African People’s Socialist Party. We organize in the white community for reparations to African people.
uhurusolidarity.org

A vegan-friendly dinner of chili and cornbread, which is free and open to the public, will be served at 6:30, and the movie will begin at 7.

This event is a fundraiser for reparations to the Black Power Blueprint, a Black-led self-determination project in St. Louis which includes the Uhuru House community center, the Uhuru Jiko commercial kitchen, and the One Africa One Nation outdoor marketplace and garden.

Please email info@uhurusolidarity.org with any and all questions! Hope to see you there!