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Nyabinghi M., InPDUM Houston member, electrifies the masses at Black Lives Matter march for human rights! 


The Houston Branch of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM-Houston) was invited to attend and speak at a Black Lives Matter March for Human Rights on Saturday, May 20, 2017 in Downtown Houston, TX.

The Houston Branch of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM-Houston) was invited to attend and speak at a Black Lives Matter March for Human Rights on Saturday, May 20, 2017 in Downtown Houston, TX.

The Human Rights March was organized as a unity event to center blackness in all of the issues that we are facing in this country, state, city and all while trying to survive under U.S. president Donald Trump, according to its organizers.

The local InPDUM Houston branch decided that this would be a good opportunity to discuss human rights in the form of self-determination and freedom for African people as points 1 and 2 of InPDUM’s Revolutionary National Democratic Program of state: “We demand all rights consistent with being a free people, rights which include self-determination and self-government as the highest expression of genuine democracy. We demand independence in our lifetime. We demand international democratic rights and self-determination for African people throughout the world.”

Congo's young people demand weapons to fight against Kabila’s regime following his assassination of a traditional leader and other crimes against the African working class 


LONDON––In August 2016, the illegitimate and illegal Congolese government run by Joseph Kabila, Evariste Boshab, Lambert Mende and others performed a coward assassination of Kamuina Nsapu, a traditional leader in Tshimbulu Town, West Kasai province of Congo.

The Nsapu assassination and subsequent massacres of his followers by arms of the State have outraged massive numbers of people across Congo and around the world.

African Liberation Day is back in Paris this June with a celebration of 45 years of the African People's Socialist Party! 


We are excited to announce African Liberation day is back in Paris! The magnificent celebration will take place on June 10, 2017 at the Hotel Jean-Baptiste Clement.

The African People’s Socialist Party-France (APSP-France) organized African Liberation Day consecutively for three years, from 2012 to 2014.

Despite our initial success, we were unable to consolidate the existence of the Party as a stable political force in France.

We have learned from our experiences in France and are moving ahead with great anticipation to this year’s ALD, determined that it will be more than just a “nice event.”   

Malcolm X in the 21st Century 


Many have wondered out loud, “What would El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) be doing at 92 years of age?” Our Black Shining Prince was born on May 19th, 1925 and joined the ancestors on February 21, 1925. Before his passing, Africans in Nigeria gave him the name Omowale. In Yoruba it means “child has come home.”