Student Wars are Worker Wars and Worker Wars are Land Wars

May Day Celebrations in Havana Cuba AAPRP There were a number of student activist engagements in Azania (South Africa) from 2015 through 2017 that shut down college campuses. The result was a government plan that promises free education for the children of poor and working class families. Like most concessions, this comes with restrictions and…

Kwesi Pratt: US Military Deal Taking Ghana Back into Slavery

“My position and the position of people like me is radically different from some of the positions I’m hearing around. I have heard people say that let’s review the agreement….let’s change some clauses, no matter the number of clauses we change in this agreement will remain a very bad agreement”; Kwesi Pratt Jnr’s posturing on…

Pan-Africanism: The Real Afro-Futurism

A-APRP Members and others in Oakland, U.S. in front of mural of Huey Newton   Black Panthers and Africa “I am not African because I was born in Africa but because Africa was born in me.” Kwame Nkrumah “The fortunes of the African revolution are closely linked with the world-wide struggle against imperialism. It does not…

Resistance to the US Resurgence in Latin America

Pedro Pierre During the last 15 years, North American imperialism had neglected Latin America because it was trying to dominate, destroy and plunder the Arab countries of the Middle East in order to control their oil reserves and profit from them. But for several years, he has come back with the help of national oligarchies…

President Kwame Nkrumah on Revolutionary Warfare

Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare Book Cover. Published by PANAF Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare by Kwame Nkrumah is 50 years old this year. It first appeared toward the end of 1968. The original publisher was Panaf Books, Ltd, out of London. Nkrumah dedicated the handbook to the “African guerrilla”. He states “The guerrilla is the masses in arms”. The Handbook is subtitled ‘A…

Pan-African Perspective: A Dialectical Approach to Culture

Sekou Toure THE PATH OF TRIBULATIONS undergone by the concept of culture is, today, long indeed! The opinions of “committees of intellectuals” cancel each other out in a sterile dialectic; various “symposia” bring incomprehension and a hollow humanism into a timid encounter with historical truth and the progressive determination of man up against the greatest…