Every political movement, organization and party—revolutionary, reformist, or reactionary—has an ideology and objective, even if they are not conscious of it, and even if it is not codified, written down or named. Every revolutionary movement, organization and party makes their own unique contribution to the forward march and development, to the dialectic of revolutionary theory and practice—universal and particular. The fundamental task of every revolutionary movement, organization and party is to determine the human/motive forces of the revolution, its members, supporters and allies, and its enemies.
More than 1 billion Africans live in 69 zones (countries, islands, territories and dependencies) on the Continent of Africa, and more than 500 million Africans live in at least 131 zones (countries, territories and dependencies) in Asia, Oceania, the Americas and Europe. We are One African People, Citizens of One Continental African Nation, with One Common Objective, Pan-Africanism, which Osagefyo Kwame Nkrumah has correctly defined as the total liberation and unification of Africa under scientific socialism.
All persons living or born on the Continent of Africa, who are citizens of its zones (countries and islands) and all persons of African descent—politically, culturally or historically, living in the African Diaspora, at an age culturally and legally appropriate to their People and country are eligible to join the A-APRP(GC). Membership is a voluntary act on the part of each and every African. All Members must voluntarily accept the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party(GC)’s Nkrumahist-Toureist ideology, its Pan-African objective, and its Constitution, policies and program; participate in the Party’s political education process (work-study), join and actively participate in the Party’s organizational structures; and pay dues regularly or contribute towards the self-reliant growth and development of the Party There are three levels of Party Membership— Pre-Cadre, Supporters and Cadre.
After successful completion of the A-APRP(GC)’s Orientation for Membership Process, individuals can apply to become Pre-Cadre Members of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party(GC). They must join the Party as individuals; actively participate, where possible, in a Pre-Cadre Circle; join the appropriate mass Party organization(s); successfully complete the A-APRP (GC)’s Pre-Cadre Process; implement the Party’s policies and programs; and pay dues, as decided by the Party.
Pre-Cadre Members have clearly defined rights and responsibilities. They participate in appropriate Party discussions, may vote after being a Member for six months, but may not stand for election at any level of the A-APRP(GC). However, when and where necessary, Pre-Cadre Members may be appointed to interim leadership, at various levels of the Party, by or with the approval of the appropriate higher Party body.
Pre-Cadre Members must develop and maintain close ties with the people, and all of its sectors, especially women, youth and students; disseminate the Party’s views among them, ask them for theirs and keep the Party informed of their views and demands; consult with them in all matters that affect their life and well-being; defend their legitimate interests and oppose illegitimate ones; and encourage them to join, support and help “Build the A-APRP(GC)!”
After successful completion of the A-APRP(GC)’s Orientation for Membership Process, individuals who do not wish to become Pre-Cadre Members may voluntarily apply to become Supporters. Supporters are Members of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party(GC). As Members, Supporters have clearly defined rights and responsibilities. They participate in appropriate Party discussions, but may not vote or stand for election at any level of the A-APR(GC). They make regular contributions, material and immaterial, intellectual, labor, financial and time, to the Party’s self-reliant growth and development.
After successful completion of the A-APRP(GC)’s Pre-Cadre Membership Process, Pre-Cadre Members may apply to become Cadre Members. All Cadre must join as individuals; actively participate, where possible, in a Cadre Circle, and remain a Member of the appropriate mass Party organization(s); successfully implement the A-APRP(GC)’s Cadre Process, which is a life-long learning and life-changing process; implement the Party’s policies and programs; and pay dues, as decided by the Party. Cadre Members have full rights and responsibilities. They participate in Party discussions and votes, and may stand for election at various levels of the A-APRP(GC), depending on the length of their Membership.
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