- The African People’s Socialist Party’s strategy to extend the African Revolution into the white community
- African and colonized workers lead the world anti-imperialist, socialist struggle
- Capitalism is parasitic, born through slavery, rape, genocide and colonialism
- All white people sit on the pedestal of parasitic capitalism
- Fighting for white reparations to African people as a revolutionary demand
We are African Internationalists!
The African People’s Solidarity Committee was founded by the African People’s Socialist Party in 1976 as a strategic front of the African Revolution inside the belly of the imperialist beast.
The Party is informed by African Internationalism, analyzing the world through the experience of the African working class and the colonized of the earth.
Membership in the African People’s Solidarity Committee is a commitment to a cadre stand—democratic centralism under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party.
We adopt African Internationalism as our own worldview, uniting with the conclusions that the liberation of Africa and African people is the future of humanity.
Unity through Reparations
- Under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party we organize in white communities for genuine solidarity and reparations to the African Revolution.
- The African People’s Solidarity Committee leads the Uhuru Solidarity Movement with members in 131 cities in the U.S. and UK.
- Our annual U.S.-wide Day of Reparations to African People tour addresses white people’s interest in the stand of reparations to the African Revolution.
- Many members of APSC work under the Office of Deputy Chair Ona Zené Yeshitela in some of the more than 50 economic institutions led by her office.
- Currently APSC is building support for the Black Power Blueprint, the dynamic project on St. Louis’ north side bringing economic and political power into the hands of the African working class. blackpowerblueprint.org.
The African People’s Socialist Party, led by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, was formed in 1972, in the wake of the U.S. government’s war on the Black Revolution of the 1960s which brought assassinations and mass imprisonment.
The Party identifies Africans as one nation forcibly dispersed around the world. The Party has members throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa and the Caribbean, organized under the African Socialist International.
The Party’s newspaper The Burning Spear has continuously published for more than 50 years.