St. Pete – 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.

Speakers:

Keynote: Akilé Anai, Director of Agitation and Propaganda for the African People’s Socialist Party

Featured: Penny Hess, Chair of the African People’s Solidarity Committee

Contact information:

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USM, St. Pete

Thursday, March 14
7:00 – 9:00 pm EST
Akwaaba Hall
1245 18th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL

White Solidarity with Black Power! USM St. Pete Open Meeting

1908 4th St N, St Petersburg, FL 33704-4308, United States PANERA BREAD COMMUNITY ROOM

OPEN MEETING of the St Pete branch of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement! WHERE: 1908 4th St N, St Petersburg, FL 33704 WHEN: Monday, July 16th, 6pm-7:30pm QUESTIONS? Contact: 727-452-6188 or stpete@uhurusolidarity.org

The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is an organization of primarily white people under the leadership of and accountable to the African People’s Socialist Party USA. We organize in the white community for reparations to African people. USM branch meetings are where the work gets done on the local level to plan events that raise material resources for the black economic development programs of the APSP, such as the Black Power Blueprint.

USM St. Pete Shows The Murder of Fred Hampton

Fred Hampton speaks at a Chicago Black Panther Rally in 1969

(Posted from TheBurningSpear.com, March 19, 2018)

“Why don’t you live for the people? Why don’t you struggle for the people? Why don’t you die for the people?”─An excerpt from “The Murder of Fred Hampton” (1971) that was screened in Akwaaba Hall at the Uhuru House In St. Petersburg, Florida on February 26th, 2018.

This event was hosted by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) and keynote speaker Iniko Kitemoma, Secretary of Office of the Secretary General of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP).

The film took place during the counterinsurgency of the Black Liberation Movement of the ‘60s, launched by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)─otherwise known as the political police.

In the film, Huey P. Newton, the Black Panther Party’s co-founder, had just been arrested and imprisoned.

Just as all of the black Freedom Fighters of this period, Hampton soon became a key target in the government’s war on African Liberation, as he was able to inspire and mobilize thousands of people to a revolutionary agenda.

The FBI along with the Cook county state’s attorney’s office, and the Chicago police department collaborated to assassinate Hampton and in doing so, crush the black revolution. This action was part and parcel of the counter intelligence program (COINTELPRO).

The FBI used informant William O’Neal and his assignment was to bring them intel on the Panthers and the layout of Hampton’s apartment and the Panthers every move by functioning as his bodyguard.

On December 4, 1969, sedatives were dropped in Hampton’s drink that knocked him out cold and defenseless.

Hampton was lying in bed sleeping next to his eight-month pregnant girlfriend, when the police knocked down his door and stormed into his apartment, alleging a search for weapons as they fired 82-99 shots, killing Hampton and another Black Panther, Mark Clark.

The murders of Hampton and Clark were ruled as justifiable homicide despite evidence that clearly showed that this had been an act of premeditated murder to destabilize the Black Liberation struggle.

The murder of Fred Hampton was also supposed to serve as an example for the entire African Nation─ this is what could happen to you if you dare to struggle; Dare to win.

Even Hampton knew, however, that in death, the Revolution would live on, saying:

“You can kill a revolutionary, but you can’t kill the Revolution.”

The legacy of Fred Hampton and the Black Panther Party, however, continues to live on through the APSP in their struggle for total liberation of Africa and all African people dispersed throughout the world.

The African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) continues to fight against this parasitic capitalist economy built off of slavery, genocide and colonialism, to create a world where no one lives at the expense of anyone else.

It is the duty of all white people to work under the APSP in their fight for African liberation rather than creating our own battles about political issues we feel affects us exclusively.

This is why the Uhuru Solidarity Movement was founded─ to work under the leadership of the African working class, to build a culture amongst the masses of white people; to turn over all of the stolen resources hoarded in the white community, by paying reparations to African people in order to create a social and economic system that doesn’t oppress anyone.

In this era now, where the masses of people around the world are ripe for revolution, we white people have been given the opportunity by Chairman Omali Yeshitela and the African People’s Socialist Party to stand in solidarity and overturn this system of oppression.

We have the responsibility as white people in this struggle to defend African people, by refusing to be complicit with the counterinsurgency.

The FBI has recently debuted their latest characterization for African revolutionaries─ Black Identity Extremist (BIE)─and with that term comes a program.

They have defined a BIE as anyone who doesn’t identify with white power and wants separation from this white imperialist State.

We white people then too should become Black Identity Extremists!

At the film showing, keynote presenter Iniko Kitemoma, a 16-year-old high school student and member of the African People’s Socialist Party, delivered a powerful statement, mentioning that the stance of reparations to African people is in our own interests!

African children are being denied the right to know their own history. Films, such as “The Murder of Fred Hampton,” isn’t shown in schools uncovering the gory history of the emergence of the white people’s State.

African children are being forcibly taught to uplift the same system that has murdered and continues to assassinate and imprison their leaders.

In his presentation, Iniko says, “Colonialism is the root of the problem and fighting against racism is only fighting the branch of the whole tree. The historical basis for our struggle starts with the fact that we are colonized, not that white people don’t like us.”

As white people, it is our time to pay reparations and express our unwavering solidarity in this fight for African liberation.

Long Live Fred Hampton!

Long Live the African People’s Socialist Party!

Unity through Reparations!

Come to the Uhuru Solidarity Movement National Convention April 14~15 in St. Louis, Missouri!  Register @ usm2018convention.eventbrite.com

#whitesolidaritywithBlackPower

#UnityThroughReparations

USM St. Pete Presents: “Murder of Fred Hampton” Film Night Benefit for the Black Power Blueprint

The Murder of Fred Hampton
Documentary film screening and discussion
Hosted by the St Pete chapter of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement

Keynote speaker: Iniko Kitemona, African People’s Socialist Party

Monday, Feb 26th
6:30pm-8:30pm

Akwaaba Hall
1245 18th Ave South,
St Petersburg, FL 33705

REGISTER at https://murderoffredhamptonstpete.eventbrite.com/

Fred Hampton was the Chair of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party who was brutally assassinated by the FBI and Chicago police as part of their vicious COINTELPRO program, created to destroy the rising Black Revolution of the 60s. White people who supported the Panthers were nowhere to be found as Panther leaders were murdered and imprisoned. Today, COINTELPRO is back with the latest FBI designation of “black identity extremists, and this time, white people will not be complicit. We will defend the Black Revolution and organize in solidarity with African people’s right to resist and be liberated.

This is a fundraiser for The Reparations Tour; White Solidarity with the Black Power Blueprint

Wed, May 23rd, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Keynote Speaker: Kunde Mwamvita, Black Star Industies
Featured Speaker: Jesse Nevel, Uhuru Solidarity Movement

The Black Power Blueprint is a revolutionary project led by Ona Zene Yeshitela, the Deputy Chair of the African People’s Socialist Party and the manager of the African People’s Education and Defense Fund. This project is also led by the African working class community in St. Louis, MO, building economic development institutions in the heart of the impoverished African community. This includes a new Uhuru House Community Center, a Jiko Commercial Kitchen, an outdoor event space for the One Africa, One Nation Marketplace and a Community Garden.

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USM St. Pete Presents: “Murder of Fred Hampton” Film Night Benefit for the Black Power Blueprint

The Murder of Fred Hampton
Documentary film screening and discussion
Hosted by the St Pete chapter of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement

Keynote speaker: Iniko Kitemona, African People’s Socialist Party

Monday, Feb 26th
6:30pm-8:30pm

Akwaaba Hall
1245 18th Ave South,
St Petersburg, FL 33705

REGISTER at https://murderoffredhamptonstpete.eventbrite.com/

Fred Hampton was the Chair of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party who was brutally assassinated by the FBI and Chicago police as part of their vicious COINTELPRO program, created to destroy the rising Black Revolution of the 60s. White people who supported the Panthers were nowhere to be found as Panther leaders were murdered and imprisoned. Today, COINTELPRO is back with the latest FBI designation of “black identity extremists, and this time, white people will not be complicit. We will defend the Black Revolution and organize in solidarity with African people’s right to resist and be liberated.

This is a fundraiser for The Reparations Tour; White Solidarity with the Black Power Blueprint

Wed, May 23rd, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Keynote Speaker: Kunde Mwamvita, Black Star Industies
Featured Speaker: Jesse Nevel, Uhuru Solidarity Movement

The Black Power Blueprint is a revolutionary project led by Ona Zene Yeshitela, the Deputy Chair of the African People’s Socialist Party and the manager of the African People’s Education and Defense Fund. This project is also led by the African working class community in St. Louis, MO, building economic development institutions in the heart of the impoverished African community. This includes a new Uhuru House Community Center, a Jiko Commercial Kitchen, an outdoor event space for the One Africa, One Nation Marketplace and a Community Garden.

Follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/usmstpete

Film Night Hosted by St. Pete USM: Get Out

TONIGHT!

Film Night: GET OUT
Hosted by Uhuru Solidarity Movement, St Petersburg

Akwaaba Hall
1245 18th Ave South,
St Petersburg, FL 33705

Friday, Sept 29th, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Featured Speaker:
Gazi Kodzo,
Internet celebrity and Director of Recruitment and Membership for the African People’s Socialist Party

$15 at the Door, includes raffle ticket
$10 on Eventbrite

Summation by Gazi Kodzo will be livestreamed from the St. Pete Uhuru Solidarity Movement page at 8:45 p.m. EST.
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