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Full Story Comrade Unique D Vine committed herself to relocating from Tampa to St.
Petersburg, Florida in order to further the revolution, even before attending the 2016 African People s Socialist Party (APSP) Plenary in January.
Sources say the jury did not believe the pig's defense, that his "gun fired accidentally." Full Story U. democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, in his undying lust for the control of the minds of African people, started a tour of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs).
Full Story ST PETERSBURG, FL - The February 17th forum, "All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds" shattered all illusions about those glittering rocks of crystallized carbon worn by seventy percent of white women in America.
This shows that the new generation of African revolutionary organizers are seeking real solutions put forth by the APSP, through the science of African Internationalism.
Full Story The United States' imperial military, led by U. president Barack Hussein Obama, attacked and killed more than 150 Africans in Somalia who were reportedly Islamist militants of Al Shabaab.
Full Story The African People's Socialist Party (APSP) will train a new generation of the "best daughters and sons of Africa" during a 30-day cadre-building Intensive from July 2 to 30 this year at the Party's national headquarters in St. Full Story Chairman Omali Yeshitela and members of the African People's Socialist Party (APSP) will embark on the APSP's "Africa Must Unite" tour which is scheduled to take place in Occupied Azania (South Africa) in September 2016.
Full Story On Wednesday February 17th, at 7pm to 9pm at Akwaaba Hall, 1245 18th Ave S., in St.
Petersburg, Florida, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) is holding a special event called "All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds" to address the theft of diamonds and exploitation of African labor that serve as a bloody, brutal backdrop to the annual romantic Valentine's celebrations in European and North American communities. PETERSBURG, FL-It was the typical beginnings of a city hall meeting where rich white people, with a sprinkle of petty bourgeoisie negroes, all sat around and decided how they were going to further gentrify the African community without, of course, the inclusion of the poor and working class Africans who live there.