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Raise up and celebrate brother Malcolm X on the 52nd anniversary of his assassination!  

February 21, 2017 marks the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X by the State. This day is also institutionalized by the African People’s Socialist Party as African Martyrs’ Day, in honor of brother Malcolm X and all our brothers and sisters who have been killed by the State during the struggle for African Liberation.

Freedom Fighter. Leader. Revolutionary. There are many words used to describe our dear and departed brother El Hajj Malik El Shabazz who was known to the world as Malcolm X.

Houston, Texas plants new crops in honor of our fallen African martyrs! 

HOUSTON––On February 18th, ground was broken in Houston, Texas to plant seeds at the 5th Ward Community Garden by members of All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) and the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) and the 5th Ward community in honor of our fallen African Martys.

The event, opened up with the powerful rhythm of African drums,  featured guest speakers, such as long time African People’s Socialist Party member Omowale Kefing, Black Panther Party Alumni Bunchy Crear and the local InPDUM President, Teila N. Comrade Willie N. Rodriquez from the Chicano/Indigenous movement also spoke some words of encouragement

Build to Win Conference and Party school in The Bahamas 

The African People’s Socialist Party-Bahamas is calling on all freedom loving people throughout The Bahamas, the Caribbean and around the world to attend an historic Build to Win Conference on Friday, March 24th at 7pm in Nassau, Bahamas. The African People’s Socialist Party-Bahamas was established in 2013. It is a political organization aimed toward the liberation and unification of Africa and African people under the leadership of the African working class.

The Last Speeches of our African Martyr, Huey P. Newton 

Huey P. Newton, co-founder and Minister of Defense of the Black Panther Party was assassinated in Oakland, California on August 22, 1989. One of the most significate leaders of the Black Revolution of the Sixties, in recent years prior to his death, Newton had become associated with the African People’s Socialist Party and the Uhuru Movement in Oakland.
The following is one of the last public presentations by Huey on December 28, 1986 at the Oakland Uhuru House. This speech was published in “The Last Speeches of Huey P. Newton.” We have re-published his speech here in honor of one of our greatest African martyrs.