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DeColonaise hair and skincare product launches at the African People's Socialist Party 2017 Plenary 


The question of being economically self-sustaining is key to the organizing strategy of the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO). In order to successfully build our campaigns and support African women, who are vulnerable to state attacks, ANWO needed to have a way to bring in resources, separate from our membership dues; so we came up with beauty brand concept DeColonaise: A Revolution for your Hair and Body.

The African People's Socialist Party puts revolution back on the agenda with a magnificent Plenary!  


The African People's Socialist Party (APSP) held its 2017 Plenary on January 7 through 9, 2017 at its headquarters in St. Petersburg, FL. 

The theme for this year's Plenary was “Putting Revolution Back on the Agenda.”

The Plenary was a revolutionary experience in every sense of the word as over 100 comrades traveled from all around the country and as far away as the Caribbean (Bahamas) and Europe (Sweden). The three-day Plenary was filled with political education, dynamic reports of the Party’s work for 2016, a variety of cultural performances and even an African naming ceremony.

The imperialist crisis in Sweden and the growth of African Internationalism 


Our solid goals are as follows: To free Africa and her scattered people; To build a single united African nation, where the means of production is in the hands of the workers themselves. We are talking about the dictatorship of the African working class.

Wherever we are located in the world, our freedom will only depend on our capacity to organize for revolution!

I call on all freedom loving Africans to join the African People’s Socialist Party!

Join the African Socialist International!

The imperialist underpinnings of the women march 


About a week after white people overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump, the Women’s March on Washington was born.

The march, also known as the “White” Women’s March in some black women circles, burst onto the scene claiming to come to the defense of marginalized women who were targeted by the “rhetoric of the past election cycle.”

Like me, you might be asking yourself how the Women’s March organizers intend to come to the defense of the African and Arab women, as well as women of other oppressed nations.