African People's Solidarity Day

Starting Date: 10-28-2006
Starting Time: 10:00am

Jackson-Mann CommunityCenter
500 Cambridge St
Allston, Massachusetts 02134
United States
U.S.-wide educational and fundraising events exposing the truth that the prosperity, democracy and power of America and Europe are built on the enslavement, oppression and poverty of African people and the theft of Africa's resources.

APSD recognizes that the solution to the contradictions of "race" in the U.S. are found in the fact that there are two realities in this country--the affluence and democracy of the white lifestyle which comes at the expense of the enslavement, oppression and poverty of African people. African people in the U.S. are a colonized population.

APSD also supports the growing demand for reparations to African people based on 400 years of slavery and genocide. The event upholds the reality that all black people everywhere are African people, and that Africa and all its resources belong to African people worldwide.

African People's Solidarity Day is a fundraiser for African political and economic development projects led by the Uhuru Movement in the U.S., in Africa and around the world.

African People's Solidarity Day in Boston will feature the follwing speaers:

> Gaida Kambon, Secretary of the African People’s Socialist Party

> Omavi Bailey, African People's Socialist Party

> Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC)

African People's Solidarity Day is sponsored by the African People's Solidarity Committee. For more information on how to get involved, the latest analysis and upcoming events, visit
Geographical Scope: Local

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