ALL-AFRICAN PEOPLE'S REVOLUTIONARY PARTY

Some aspects of its origins, objectives, ideology & program
by All African People's Revolutionary Party
Washington, DC, United States
Undated, 1982 or 1983
8 pages
Contents: HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF THE A-APRP • THE OBJECTIVE OF THE A-APRP • THE IDEOLOGY OF THE A-APRP • THE PROGRAM OF THE A-APRP • HOW TO JOIN THE A-APRP • WHAT YOU CAN DO • The brochure says the All-African People's Revolutionary Party is a permanent, mass, independent, socialist, revolutionary, Pan-African political party based in Africa the Just homeland of African people all over the world. The brochure says the A-APRP is an integral part of the Pan-African and world socialist revolution. The brochure says guided by its ideology, NKRUMAHISM, it seeks to educate and organize the masses of exploited and oppressed Africans living, suffering and struggling in Africa and over 61 other countries in the world; in order to realize and channel their disorganized energies into a revolutionary mass energy capable of attaining PAN-AFRICANISM: the total liberation of unification of Africa under scientific socialism. The brochure includes photographs of African Liberation Day, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, and an A-APRP orientation. The brochure discusses the the Pan-Africanist movement, the Pan-African Coference, Sylvester Williams, Bishop Henry Walters, W.E.B. DuBois, the South African Native Congress led by Jababu, the Universal Negro Improvement Association, Marcus Garvey, the National Congresses of British West Africa, Joseph Casely Hayford, the Liga Africans of the Portuguese Colonies of Africa and South America, Jose de Magalhaes, the 5th Pan-African Congress, Kwame Nkrumah, the Democratic Party of Guinea (DPG), President Sekou Ture, the Convention People's Party of Ghana (CPP), the First All-African People's Conference, the HANDBOOK OF REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE, capitalism, imperialism, colonialism, settler-colonialism, neo-colonialism, racism, zionism, apartheid, and CLASS STRUGGLE IN AFRICA.
Used by permission of a former member of the All-African People's Revolutionary Party Communications Center.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root