Revolutionary Condolences: Hadja Aminata Toure 

January 14, 2022

To: Sekoutoureism Movement of Guinea 

Fr: All-African People’s Revolutionary) Party (GC) 

Re: The Transition of Sister and Compatriot Hadja Aminata Toure 

 

Revolutionary Condolences on the Transition of Hadja Aminata Toure 

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) and its women’s union, the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (GC) sends our revolutionary heartfelt condolences and empathy to the Toure family; to the People of Guinea and the Sekoutoureism Movement regarding the transition of our sister, Hadja Aminata Toure, who has joined our ancestors.  The A-APRP (GC)/A-AWRU (GC) does not mourn but celebrates the lives of all who live a life in service of the People.  It is our understanding that sister and compatriot Aminata Toure was one of those persons who served the People and we therefore acknowledge and celebrate her life of service and work. Ahmed Sekou Toure, her biological and also an ideological father to us all, taught us, “If life is limited for man, it is not limited for the People” and therefore the A-APRP (GC)/A-AWRU (GC)  expresses its praise of Aminata Toure’s work and contributions, while with us, in improving the lives of our People in Guinea, which has now defined her character and recorded her legacy in history. 

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Death of Aminata Touré: Condolences from Sekoutoureism Guinea

Mediaguinee January 12, 2022

Obituaries

Dear comrades, it is with deep sadness that the national coordination of the movement brings to your attention the news of the death of our big sister and comrade Hadja Aminata TOURÉ, daughter of the late comrade Ahmed Sékou TOURÉ and mayor of Kaloum, death occurred on the side of Morocco following illness.

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Our most saddened condolences to all Sékoutouréists and to all the people of Guinea for this tragic loss.

The movement will make another press release relating to the funeral programs as soon as possible.

May Allah welcome the soul of our sister comrade to paradise.


Sekotoureism Guinea

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100th Anniversary of the Birth of Ahmed Sekou Toure

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Sekou Toureism Movement Organizers * Guinea-Conakry * Sekou Toure Day 2022

Layla Brown

All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)

All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (GC)

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Sekou Toureism Movement Organizers * Guinea-Conakry * Sekou Toure Day 2022

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A Revolutionary Tribute To Chuck Kaufman and the Alliance for Global Justice!

To register, visit Chuck Kaufman, PRESENTE!

Three Moments in Biography and History!

A Life-time of Study and Struggle, Service, Sacrifice and Suffering!

A Revolutionary Tribute To Chuck Kaufman and the Alliance for Global Justice!

Pan-African Roots, the African Awareness Association and the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) offer Condolences to the Family, Co-workers, Supporters, and Allies of Chuck Kaufman and the Alliance for Global Justice. There are moments in biography and history that are hard to discern, yet fatal if let slip by. There are also moments that are equally as hard to discern, yet pregnant with the potential for birth and rebirth, growth and development. This is one such moment.

We had the honor to work with Chuck and AfGJ on numerous projects and countless barricades for almost four decades. Permit us to summarize three of those moments in his political biography, in the history of the Latin American (Caribbean, Central and South American) and ALBA Solidarity Movements, in the history of the Alliance for Global Justice and its affiliated networks, and our organizations, party and networks.

Details of this relationship are offered in our Statement which is posted at http://a-aprp-gc.org.

Moment #1: 1952

Chuck Kaufman was born in 1952. He is one of the hundreds of millions of babies who were born in every corner of the world between 1946 and 1964.

Moment #2: 1967

Chuck “joined the movement” in 1967, at the age of 15. Hundreds of millions of youth “joined the movement,” worldwide, at the same age. Our stories will be told!

He is symbolic of the Baby Boomers’ coming of political age. His movement contributions are symbolic of hundreds of millions of People who helped change the world, even though not as we dreamed, not enough, and not permanently. When we joined the movement, we were promised nothing but “long hard struggle, long-hard sacrifice and suffering; and victory in the end; though not in our life-time.” That promise has been kept, so far.

Moment #3: 28 December 2021

Chuck made his transition on 28 December 2021, a much needed, earned and deserved rest. Not yet Uhuru!  Not yet Victory! Not yet a Better World!

Today is the first day of the Alliance for Global Justices’ continuing life. A new generation inherits and continues Chuck’s tradition and legacy. Our organizations and party are very small and poor; but we will help AfGJ, and its affiliated network, in any way we can.

It is also the first day of Pan-African Roots’, the African Awareness Associations’, and the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)’s continuing relationship with the Alliance for Global Justice and the hemispheric network that it and we serve.

Rest assured that we will continue and intensify our work, as best we can, to the last second of our lives.  We seek, and have sought for more than six decades, principled, uncompromising and revolutionary political alliance and solidarity; but rest equally assured that we will continue and intensify our work alone, if necessary and unavoidable.

Victory is inevitable, though not in our lifetime!

Chuck Kaufman, Presente!

(1952 to 2021)

Pan-African Roots

African Awareness Association

All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)

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AfGJ Registration for Chuck Kaufman Memorial

On Sunday, January 9th at 11 am MT, Alliance for Global Justice will host a virtual memorial where family members, friends from all over the world, and comrades in general, will also participate.

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Condolence Statement: Chuck Kaufman, Alliance for Global Justice

A-APRP(GC)

Chuck Kaufman, PRESENTE!

(1952 – 2021)

US Interference in Nicaragua’s Elections

Nicanotes, July 22, 2021

For more than five decades, Chuck Kaufman, National Co-Coordinator of the Alliance for Global Justice (AfGJ), struggled and served, sacrificed and suffered to help build solidarity and alliances between progressive and revolutionary forces in Central and South America, the Caribbean, and the United States.

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (from 1979 to 2006), the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) (from 2006 to 20021), Pan-African Roots, the African Awareness Association, and a team of our cadre, including, Kamau Benjamin, Bob Brown, Wesley Brown, Lee Robinson and Banbose Shango, had the privilege, the pleasure, and sometimes the pain, to work with Chuck and AfGJ; and several of its allied organizations, networks/coalitions, and fiscally sponsored projects.

Chuck made his transition on 28 December 2021, a much earned and well-deserved rest. He helped make history and helped preserve it. It is fitting that we remember a few of his moments and barricades, contributions and achievements, especially some of those that the A-APRP (GC) shared:

  • In February 1979, Chuck helped co-found the Nicaragua Network. On July 17, 1969, the Sandinista National Liberation Front seized power and consolidated the Nicaraguan Revolution. In 1987, he joined the Nicaragua Network’s National Staff. AfGJ continues to support the Nicaragua Revolution and the Sandinista National Liberation Front, today.
  • In 1995, Trim Bissel, Kathy Hoyt, Chuck, the Nicaragua Network (NN), others co-founded the Campaign for Labor Rights (CLR). He supported the movement against sweatshop labor in Central and South America.
  • In 1998, the Nicaragua Network became the Alliance for Global Justice (AfGJ)
  • AfGJ and Chuck helped build the Latin American Solidarity Coalition (LASC).
  • In 1998 Chuck and AfGJ helped found and launch the United States Students against Sweatshops and the Nike Sweatshop Campaign
  • Since its founding, AfGJ, James Jordan and Chuck have waged and participated in Colombia solidarity campaigns and projects on a variety of fronts, including peasant and labor union campaigns to free political prisoners in Columbia.
  • Since its founding, AfGJ and Chuck were always involved in the defense of the Bolivarian Revolution within the US. In 2007, AfGJ, the A-APRP (GC), and other organizations and organizers, organized and hosted the Venezuela Solidarity Conference in Chicago and Washington, DC, which lead to the formation of the Venezuela Solidarity Network.
  • AFGJ and Chuck helped form the Venezuela Strategy Group and Food Sovereignty Project with William Camacaro and the Bolivarian Circle
  • In April 2000, Chuck and AfGJ helped build the anti-IMF / World Bank demonstration in Washington, DC. It is a cornerstone event in the anti-globalization movement.
  • In 2011, Chuck, the Nicaragua Network, and AfGJ fiscally sponsored the anti-IMF / World Bank demonstration in Washington, DC. AfGJ served as the fiscal sponsor for IFCO / Pastors for Peace … Cuba Friendshipment Caravan when the IRS took away IFCO / Pastors for Peace’s tax-exempt status.
  • From 1979, AfGJ and Chuck, endorsed, networked, and helped build numerous solidarity, pro-Palestinian; immigration and border militarization; anti-War; anti-globalization demonstrations in DC; the Occupy Wall Street in New York, and several Occupations in Washington, DC and across the United States.
  • Chuck and AfGJ fiscally sponsored the 2013 Tear Down the Walls Conference in Tucson, AZ; the Black Lives Matter and related police murder protests; and the fiscal sponsorship of Black Lives Matter Groups in Tucson, AZ and Oklahoma City, OK.
  • From 2011, AfGJ and Chuck fiscally sponsored numerous solidarity, pro-Palestinian; immigration and border militarization; anti-War; anti-globalization demonstrations in DC; the Occupy Wall Street in New York, and several Occupation Movements in Washington, DC and across the United States.
  • Chuck and AfGJ supported and participated in various African Liberation Day commemorations under the leadership of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (from 1979 to 2006) and the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) (from 2006 to 2021).

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) is very small and very poor. For more than four decades, our cadre helped Chuck, the Nicaragua Network, AfGJ and several of their organizational projects, networks and coalitions and fiscally sponsored projects that Chuck, the Nicaragua Network, and AfGJ helped found, build, lead and support for more than five decades, collectively and individually, when and where we could.

We will remember Chuck, and send condolences to his Family, Friends, Co-Workers, and the Alliance for Global Justice!

A-APRP(GC)

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AfGJ Celebration of Chuck Kaufman



Chuck Kaufman, ¡presente!

 

29 December 2021

It is with great sadness that the Alliance for Global Justice announces that Chuck Kaufman, our National Co-Coordinator and one of the founders of AfGJ, has died. He passed peacefully of natural causes on Tuesday, December 28, 2021 in his Tucson, Arizona home after a brief illness.

Chuck was a true leader, a visionary, a master strategist and above all, a loving and kind comrade and friend. Through his wise stewardship Alliance for Global Justice grew to become a major force in building the capacity of grass roots organizers throughout the Americas to confront imperialism, neoliberalism and oppression in all forms and to strive to curb U.S. violations of human rights, both within and outside its borders.

Chuck has been a leader of the Central and Latin America solidarity movements since joining the staff of the Nicaragua Network in 1987. He gave up his successful advertising business out of disgust at Congress’ cowardice during the Iran-Contra scandal. He went on his first coffee picking brigade to Nicaragua that same year. Chuck has been in the front ranks of the movements to support the right of people in Latin America and the Caribbean to dignity, sovereignty, and self-determination. He has led delegations to Nicaragua, Venezuela, Haiti and Honduras.

Chuck has written and spoken often about US democracy manipulation programs through the National Endowment for Democracy and US Agency for International Development as well as what he calls the need to look to the Abolition Movement as our inspiration to change the culture of US militarism. He was a board member of the Latin America Solidarity Coalition and a leader of the LASC’s effort to build a stronger movement to oppose US militarism and the militarization of relations with Latin America. He was a founder of the Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER) Coalition and has spoken at most of the major Washington, DC anti-war demonstrations. Through AfGJ, he was a founding board member of the Honduras Solidarity Network. He held a B.A. in Government and Politics from George Mason University. His first political activism was as a high school student in 1969 when he organized student walk-out in four county high schools in his native Indiana.

We will post more in the days to come. You can find information about Chuck’s memorial service on the website of Alliance for Global Justice (afgj.org) as soon as arrangements have been completed. We request that people wishing to offer gestures of comfort and remembrance of Chuck do so through their continued support to AFGJ and the causes to which he dedicated his life.

The Alliance for Global Justice

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Es con mucha tristeza que la colectiva de la Alianza por la Justicia Global anuncia que Chuck Kaufman, nuestro coordinador nacional y uno de los fundadores de AfGJ, ha muerto. El murió en paz de causas naturales el Martes, 28 de diciembre de 2021 en su casa en Tucson, Arizona después de una breve enfermedad. 

Chuck fue un verdadero líder, un visionario, un maestro estratega y sobre todo, un compañero y amigo muy cariñoso y amable. A través de su sabia dirección, AfGJ creció hasta convertirse en una fuerza importante en el desarrollo de la capacidad de los organizadores de base en todo el continente americano para enfrentar a el imperialismo, el neoliberalismo y la opresión en todas formas y esforzarse por frenar las violaciones en los Estados Unidos de los derechos humanos dentro y fuera de sus fronteras. 

Chuck ha sido un gran líder de los movimientos de solidaridad de América Central y América Latina desde que se unió al personal de la Red de Nicaragua en 1987. Renunció a su exitoso negocio publicitario por disgusto por la cobardía del Congreso durante el escándalo de Irán-Contra. Partió en su primera brigada de recolección de café a Nicaragua ese mismo año. Chuck ha estado al frente de los movimientos para apoyar el derecho de las personas en América Latina y el Caribe hacia la dignidad, soberanía y autodeterminación. Ha encabezado delegaciones a Nicaragua, Venezuela, Haití y Honduras. 

Chuck ha escrito y hablado sobre los programas de manipulación de la democracia de los Estados Unidos. A través del National Endowment for Democracy y la Agencia de los Estados Unidos. por el Desarrollo Internacional, así como sobre lo que él llama la necesidad de mirar al Movimiento de Abolición como nuestra inspiración para cambiar la cultura de militarismo de los Estados Unidos. Fue miembro de la junta de la Coalición de Solidaridad con América Latina (LASC) y líder del esfuerzo de LASC para construir un movimiento más fuerte para oponerse al militarismo estadounidense y la militarización de las relaciones con América Latina. Fue uno de los fundadores de la Coalición Actúa Ahora para Acabar con la Guerra y con el Racismo (ANSWER) Coalición y ha hablado en la mayoría de las principales manifestaciones contra la guerra en Washington, DC. A través de AfGJ, fue miembro fundador de la junta de la Red de Solidaridad de Honduras. Tenía un B.A. en Gobierno y Política de la Universidad George Mason. Su primer activismo político fue como estudiante de secundaria 1969 cuando organizó una huelga de estudiantes en cuatro escuelas secundarias del condado en su natal Indiana. 

Publicaremos más en los próximos días. Puede encontrar información sobre el servicio conmemorativo de Chuck en el sitio web de la Alianza por la Justicia Global (afgj.org) tan pronto como se hayan completado los arreglos. Solicitamos que las personas que deseen ofrecer gestos de consuelo y recuerdo de Chuck lo hagan a través de su continuo apoyo a las causas a las que dedicó su vida.

La Alianza por la Justicia Global

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Condolence Statement: Ike Mafole, PAC Azania

Revolutionary Condolences

On The Transition of Comrade, Brother Molefe Ike “Ntate” Mafole

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC), and the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (GC), its women’s wing, express our profound sorrow on the recent passing of our dear Brother, Comrade and Friend Molefe Ike “Ntate” Mafole, member of the Jafta (Uncle Jeff) Kgalabi Masemola Branch of the Pan-African Congress of Azania (PAC-A) in Tshwane (Pretoria), Azania (South Africa).

We express revolutionary condolences and our undying love to the Family and Friends of Bra Ike. We salute Bra Mzwanele Nyhontso, President of the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania; Bra Chris Sankara, National Organiser; Bra Sbusiso Xaba, National Chairperson of the Jafta Kgalabi Masemola Branch; and all of Members, Supporters and Allies of PAC(A). 

In August of 1967, at the intercession of Madame Shirley Graham DuBois, Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael) was invited by President Ahmad Sekou Toure and President Kame Nkrumah to Conakry, Guinea to attend the 8th Congress of the Democratic Party of Guinea (PDG). At that dialectical moment in history, Kwame Ture was a former Chairman and Member of the Field Staff of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and an Honorary Field Marshall of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. Kwame and we were introduced to Miriam Makeba, David and Elizabeth Sibeko, and the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania.

He traveled to Dar es Salaam in November 1967 and stayed at the Sibeko’s house and visited PAC’s offices and camps. Kwame, David, Elizabeth, and PAC organized the first “Free Huey” protest and demonstration outside the United States at the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam. A revolutionary, political relationship between PAC and our wings of SNCC, the Black Panther Movement (1964 to 1969), the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (1972 to 2021), the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) (2006 to 2021), and our Allies and Supporters worldwide, was born. It has matured over the past 54 years.

In the Itinerary: Triumphs and Tribulations – Political and Personal Memoirs of a PAC Exile and Activist 1963 to 1992, Bra Ike offers a glimpse, from his perspective, of this worldwide relationship from 1977, when he joined the PAC Observer Mission at the United Nations in New York and 1981, when he was appointed its Chief Representative in the United States and the Caribbean. This relationship with PAC (A) continues today, even if only at the lowest level. It continued with Bra Ike until his last days. 

Bra Ike has spoken on panels at African Liberation Day symposiums organized by the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC). We will publish a Tribute to Ike on our web-portal in the near future. It will offer additional history and facts, and a perspective that is not widely known.

Ike Mafole taught us a lot, especially about how to be consistent and steadfast, uncompromising, unyielding and unrelenting in pursuit of our revolutionary Pan-African objective. The A-APRP (GC) takes Ike’s transition with great difficultly, but we shall not mourn or cry. We intensify our revolutionary, political sacrifice and service, struggle and suffering, our revolutionary, political commitment to 1.5 billion African People in 65 countries and islands, territories and dependencies in Africa, including Azania, and more than 100 political entities in the Africa Diaspora in every corner of the world.

Funeral Services: https://www.facebook.com/VeteransZA/videos/630523044662934

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Pan-African Roots Publishes Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 of New Book

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Indigenous People’s Day 2021

Indigenous People’s Day 2021

speech by

Kamau Benjamin

All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)

Monday October 11, 2021

Malcolm X Park, Washington DC

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) would like to thank John Steinbach and the Indigenous Peoples for inviting the A-APRP (GC) to make this presentation today at Malcolm X Park on Indigenous People’s Day in 2021. Indigenous People’s Day should be celebrated every day of the year. We all know how important Indigenous People’s Day celebration is to its people in the New World (America), as Africans masses in the diaspora must know how important it is to celebrate African Liberation Day.

We understand that Indigenous Peoples’ and African Peoples’ slavery, exploitation, and suffering over the past 400 years has been a result of colonialism, settler colonialism, neo-colonialism, and massacres. These incidents gave rise to the confiscation of humans, the land, gold, silver, spices, and other raw materials in Africa and the New World that helped to fuel the economies in Europe after 1492 A.D. Some of these economies in Europe were bankrupt and at war with each other (Christianity vs. Islam). (OPEN VEINS OF LATIN AMERICA, Eduardo Galeano). This also led to the destruction of their culture, enslavement, and entombment in the mines of the Indigenous population, the beginning of the looting of the East Indies, the turning of Africa into a commercial hunting of Africans that signaled the rosy dawn of the era of capitalist production. Galeano stated that this exploitation gave momentum and chief rise to primitive accumulation of wealth after plundering internally and externally of their lands. As it was stated, this rampage occurred after the Middle Ages and made possible a new historical stage in the world economic evolution that brought those Europeans to the New World.

This is why these Europeans plundered the New World occupied by the Indigenous People and captured African slaves and eventually balkanized the African continent in the name of God and the Catholic Church. They built a bourgeois democracy in the North, Central, and South of the New World that they invaded. Even though, it is written by some historians, that Christopher Columbus ‘discovered’ the New World, other historians have document that Africans and Asians had ventured to these shores some 500 years before he did. However, Columbus, knew that Marco Polo, another Italian explorer had made a bold venture to Asia (India) had written in his book of the abundance of pearls, gold, and spices in enormous quantities in the New World (Asia (India). This exploration to Asia was new to Europeans struggling to emerge out of the Medieval Middle Ages. Also, it had taken Spain almost eight hundred years to win back the lands that the Moors (Africans) had conquered and occupied for that long period of time and had introduced Islam to the people. Spain was in The Inquisition and Holy Wars. The Catholic rulers were Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand who were ordained by Pope Alexander VI. The Pope ordained them as proprietors and Master of the New World. This decree extended God’s reign over the earth. Consequently, they were eager to finance Columbus’ voyage to the New World in which they knew very little of Asia (India) to pursue the gold, silver, pearls, spices riches, etc.

Three years after Columbus ventured to the New World in 1492, He directed a military campaign against the Indigenous People of Haiti in which he named the island Hispaniola. They decimated the Indigenous People. He shipped more than 500 of these Indigenous People back to Spain and sold them as slaves. In the courts in Spain, they were read to without any interpreter before a notary public, exhorting them to adopt the Catholic faith.  We can clearly see and begin to understand how and why those imperialist, colonialist, colonial settlers, and neo-colonialist conquered Northern, Central, and Southern Hemisphere of the New World that was inhabited by Indigenous People at that time.

As we stated earlier, these Europeans also invaded Africa and captured the inhabitants mainly from West Africa and brought them in chains on slave ships to the New World to work as slaves for 400 years in the name of God and the Catholic Church.  Today, they have balkanized Africa and have built AFRICOM Military bases all over the CONTINENT and the NEW WORLD to protect imperialism.  Now we know why all the treaties that were negotiated and signed by the United States and the Indigenous Peoples were broken by the United States government in order to capture all of the lands in Northern Hemisphere of the New World.

The year 1540 was a crucial turning point in the history of the New World. The Great Indigenous People were incited by Vasquez de Coronado when his expedition to the Great Plains launched an inevitable 350-year struggle between the European settlers and the Indigenous Peoples.  From that point forward, the series of battles between them where blood was shed and ultimately tens of thousands of lives were lost on both sides.  The Battle of Tippecanoe, the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, all three Seminole Wars, and the Battle of Little Bighorn were some of the most important conflicts that led up to the last massacre. The Battle of Wounded Knee, and the Trail of Tears to the Oklahoma Reservation were two of the last humiliating defeats the Indigenous Peoples had to endure at the hands of the US imperialists. The Spanish Conquistadors conquered and slaughtered the Indigenous Peoples in the Central and Southern Hemisphere of the New World. Even though, the Mayans, the Incas, and the Aztecs built great civilizations and monuments leading up to invaders, killers, and looting of the conquistadors from Spain.

The All-African People ‘s Revolutionary Party (GC) pays tribute to the valiant fighters and survivors on Indigenous People’s Day 2021 of their brutal transition through settler-colonialism and imperialism.

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