Tribute to Kwame Nkrumah, Sekou Toure & Kwame Ture





The A-APRP (GC) is fortunate to have as our Ideological forebears, the immortal Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah, Ahmed Sekou Toure, and Kwame Ture. These brothers, the Pan-African Champions that they are, struggled exclusively for the Pan-African objectives. They are the ideological foundation on which the A-APRP (GC) is being built.

On the question of Pan-Africanism, the total liberation and unification of the African continent under scientific-socialism, including all her islands is/must be the primary objective of all Pan-Africanist throughout the world, under an all-African socialist government. It is an objective that once it is achieved will significantly and profoundly re-image the people of Africa for the better. Our comrades Kwame Ture, Sekou Toure, and Kwame Nkrumah, understood that this Pan-African objective could only be achieved through the struggle or more precisely through the African Revolution.

They knew our enemies including the forces of capitalism, imperialism, zionism, and its many lapdogs and neo-colonial assets would wage a life and death struggle to exploit labor and keep the resources they have stolen from Africa and her people. We acknowledge the necessity of solidarity and allied struggles with the other oppressed people of the world.

This iconoclast ideological leadership of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC): Kwame Ture, Sekou Toure, and Kwame Nkrumah, profound strugglers for true Pan-Africanism were conscious of the contradictions that we face as a people. They were especially conscious of the issues that have kept our sisters out of this . We, using Kwame Nkrumah’s, Sekou Toure’s, and Kwame Ture’s forward-looking ideas, are struggling to immediately rectify these contradictions. Ture, Toure, and Nkrumah all have in common the understanding that the ultimate solution to all the problems that we face as a people is Pan-Africanism under scientific socialism, struggling hand in hand with our sisters.

Today, any other proposed goals in our struggle except for Pan-Africanism are just a criminal waste of our and our people’s time. These comrades taught us there should never, ever be any compromise where principles are involved; and, the importance of serving, suffering, and sacrificing for the liberation of Africa and the suffering humanity.

Honor & Commemorate, Study & Practice the Revolutionary Theory & Practice of Nkrumahism-Toureism!

Organize! Organize! Organize!

Build the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party World-Wide!

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Nakba 75–May 15, 2023

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The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) is in principled alliance & solidarity with the just national struggle of the Palestinian people. We unconditionally support their right to return, liberate, & reclaim their independence & self-determination in their historically just homeland in Palestine.

African Liberation Day & Palestine Day Month Long! – May 1-31, 2023

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Mother’s Day Tribute 2023


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Africa(n) Mother’s Day Tribute 2023 (Play List)

  1. 2Pac – Dear Mama
  2. Abochi – Mama (Official Music Video)
  3. Africa my Motherland by Chakman Spiles Official music Video
  4. Ashanti Mother With Lyrics
  5. Berima Amo – Africa Was Born In Me – Lyrics Video
  6. Boyz II Men A Song For Mama Lyrics
  8. Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey – Africa Is My Home (Official Audio)
  9. Christopher Martin – Mama
  10. Freda – Mama Africa (Official Video)
  11. Garnet Silk – Hello Mama Africa ( Live 1994 )
  12. Gil Scott-Heron – Grandma’s Hands
  13. Grandma’s Hands – Gladys Knight
  14. Mother Africa Promo Best of Tour
  15. Junior Roy – Africa Is My Home
  16. K. Michelle – A Mother’s Prayer [Official Video]
  17. Kem – Mother’s Love
  18. Mama Africa (Peter Tosh) feat. Andrew Tosh & I-Taweh | Song Around The World | Playing For Change
  19. Miriam Makeba, Leleti Khumalo Thank You Mama Lyrics
  20. Momma I Miss You
  21. My Africa. Official Video. Kansiime Music
  22. Sarafina – Siwelele Mama
  23. Sizzla – Thank You Mama | Official Music Video
  24. The Intruders – I’ll Always Love My Mama (Part 1) (Official Audio)
  25. The Spinners – Sadie
  26. Yemi Alade – Africa ft. Sauti Sol (Official Music Video)
  27. YNW Melly – Mama Cry [Official Video]
  28. Nomina – Mamaland
  29. Hade Haile – Mama Africa Official Video
  30. the African Mamas perform “Gimme hope Jo’anna”
  31. Bamboo – Mama Africa
  32. Mama, I’m Sorry – African
  33. “Mama Africa” GOKH-BI SYSTEM
  34. Chico César – “Mama África” (Aos Vivos/1995)
  35. Black Prophet – Mama Africa
  36. Peter Tosh – African – Montego Bay, Jamaica 1982-11-27
  37. Jamaican World Music Festival
  38. JJC – We Are Africans (OFFICIAL VIDEO!!!)
  39. We Are Africa!!!
  40. Blakk Rasta – Our Africa ft. Jay Amber | Ghana Music
  41. We are one Africa. Song: Davido, Tiwa Savage, Sarkodie, Lola Rae, – Africa Rising
  42. Mzee & Rafiki ft Salif Keita – We Are All Africans
  43. Salif Keita Africa
  44. We Stand For Africa (official video) by BIFTY association
  45. Fela Kuti – african woman (Hugh Masekela Tribute)
  46. Hugh Masekela – ‘Celebrate Mama Africa’ Estival Jazz Lugano 2011
  47. N’diarabi/Africa is Where My Heart Lies (medley)
  48. Fela Kuti – Africa Centre of the World (feat. Roy Ayers) (Edit)
  49. Nina Simone – African Mailman
  50. Four Women: Lisa Simone, Dianne Reeves, Lizz Wright, Angélique Kidjo
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A-APRP (GC) Speaks at International US-Cuba Normalization Conference

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Open Letter to Pope Francis & the Catholic Church – #02

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Condolences: Simin Royanian

Simin Royanian

(August 2, 1945 – March 4, 2023)

Each generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it or betray it.” This statement by revolutionary fighter Frantz Fanon, born in Martinique, (Caribbean); seems to reflect the life of our Sister Simin Royanian of Iran. Sister Simin’s path of struggle led her to choose the role of being a revolutionary conscious political worker for justice, liberation, and freedom. Her lifetime actions of resistance against Imperialism/capitalism and workers’ domination by capital can be seem though her membership of the Tudeh Party (Iran Communist Party); she fought against the Shah’s regime. She also was a Co-Founder of ‘Women for Peace & Justice’ in Iran.

Being a woman of conscience, understanding the victimization of women and the triple oppression (race, class & gender) they face, as well as, being a worker, she fought to overcome these obstacles with organization and determination by joining and becoming an active member of such groups as: AFSCME Local 1924, DC Labor Committee and the Northeast Feminist Scholars Collective in Washington, DC, while serving on the Listen Station Board of WPFW Pacifica Radio.

Our Sister, Simin Royanian was a longtime ‘Friend’ of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC), its women’s wing, the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (GC), and to Africa & her scattered, struggling and suffering children. In her steadfast support and participation in celebrating and honoring the institution of African Liberation Day/Palestine (Nakba) Day in Washington, DC, we will always view her as a true ‘Friend’ of Africa and our people’s struggle for liberation, unity, Pan-Africanism, which will lead toward the defeat of Imperialism, and the advancement to Socialism.

Our condolences go out to her family, friends and all people who will feel her loss and love. May we always remember our sister Simin as one who dedicated her life to the service and advancement of humanity. Simin, we ‘THANK YOU!’

 All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)

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Some Links to Pan-African Roots’ Work Online

Document Title & Online LinkPublish DateEvent Location
African Liberation Day 1983 Highlights2022-09-18Washington, DC - USA
Bob Brown Speaks on 64 Years of African Liberation Day' - 5/31/222022-05-31Washington, DC - USA
Bob Brown Interview - Reparations, Revolutionary Pan-Africanism, ETC.2021-11-27Raleigh, NC - USA
Saeb Shaath صائب شعث (@SaebShaath) | Twitter2021-06-30Derry - Ireland
Nuclear Imperialism: Racism, Imperialism and Colonialism' - 6/12/20212021-06-12Washington, DC - USA
Notes from the Barricades with Bob Brown' - 5/19/20212021-05-19Washington, DC - USA
Notes from the Barricades" with Bob Brown2021-05-17Washington, DC - USA
Bob Brown visits Leeds, 24 November 2018

2020-11-26Leeds - UK
Indigenous Peoples' Day 2020 Malcolm X Park - Bob Brown2020-10-28Washington, DC - USA
50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party Movement Crown Forum After Dark2020-06-01Atlanta, GA - USA
Black Power Chronicles - Bob Brown2020-05-21Washington, DC - USA
Revindicating the Black Power Movement by Bob Brown and Ana María Arbeláez Trujillo2020-05-11Amsterdam & Rotterdam - Netherlands
Bob Brown RTV 7 Promo2020-03-12Rotterdam - Netherlands
Bob Brown ex Black Panther on his Mission2020-03-01Rotterdam - Netherlands
The Black Panther Is Still Coming2020-02-27Hague - Netherlands
Bob Brown ex Black Panther Co-Founder LIVE!2020-02-26Amsterdam & Rotterdam - Netherlands
Chavista Chronicles from Caracas (Episode 16 - Special Interview Bob Brown)2019-12-01Caracus - Venezuela
Bob Brown & 'God Makes No Slaves in The Womb!' - 9/4/20192019-09-04Washington, DC - USA
#ElRacismeMata: Bob Brown2018-05-26Barcelona - Spain
VI Universidade Plataforma Gueto - A Guerra KKKontra Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael)2017-04-14Barcelona - Spain
Bob Brown A-APRP (GC) Meeting Nottingham UK (STREET EDUCATION)2017-02-06Nottingham - UK
Bob Brown speaking at the Houses of Parliament2017-01-28London - UK
Studying Society and Serving the Community: Bob Brown speaks at NTU, Nottingham2017-01-27Nottingham - UK
Civil Rights Activist, Kwame Touré (Stokely Carmichael), Part 3 of 32015-03-13Washington, DC - USA
Bob Brown ex-Black Panther2014-01-20Leeds - UK
Bob Brown2013-11-25Munich - Germany
Bob Brown - Black Panthers2013-10-16UK
Coalition Against the Bombing of Africa (Libya)! (4) Bob Brown2011-04-05Washington, DC - USA
Vernon Bellecourt (1931-2007 R.I.P.) & Bob Brown 11-23-88 Original air date2009-03-25New York, NY - USA
Bob Brown (Original air date: 02-25-02)2007-12-10
IMF Protest Organizers Lawsuit2001-08-20Washington, DC - USA
Anti-Globalization Protests2001-08-13Washington, DC - USA

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The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)

invites you to join us & help build the



The Trafficking (Trading) in and Enslavement of Human Beings was and is Illegal, A Crime against Humanity!

We Demand the Disclosure and Digitization of All Slavery Era Records!

Current & Planned Events

Chicago, Illinois Tour Launch - On-Site Meeting Invitation OnlyJanuary 17, 2023 – 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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Some Past Work of Pan-African Roots

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Houses of Parliament in London, England – January 2017
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50th Anniversary of the BPM, Morehouse College – October 2016
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Erasmus University in the Netherlands – February 2020

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Call to Free Alex Saab

All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)




Human Rights Day was proclaimed almost 75 years ago by the United Nations in 1948. The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) calls upon the United States government, the most grievous abuser of human rights; and its capitalist and imperialist institutions to adhere to their self-proclaimed purpose of ensuring the fundamental human, political, economic, civil, and judicial rights of the world’s people, and to immediately free Alex Saab.

The prosecution and persecution of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab are one of the most egregious examples of the violation by the United States government of the human and civil rights of an individual and of a diplomat; additionally, the continued economic sanctions against the Venezuelan people are likewise heinous.

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) and its women’s wing, the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union, join the call for the immediate and unconditional release of Venezuelan Diplomat ALEX SAAB.

Alex Saab was appointed a diplomat by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and tasked with negotiating with the government of Iran for food, medications, oil, and other critical supplies. This was necessary because of U.S. economic sanctions against Venezuela that continue to cause extreme hardship to the Venezuelan people.

While on a refueling layover in the Republic of Cabo Verde, an independent African island nation off the coast of West Africa, Alex Saab was kidnapped and imprisoned by the Neo-colonial Cabo Verdean government of President Jorge Carlos Fonseca at the behest of the United States Government on June 12, 2020.

The capture of Alex Saab was made without any proper legal basis. The United States has no extradition treaty with the Republic of Cabo Verde. Moreover, while Cabo Verde authorities claimed that Saab was detained pursuant to a valid Interpol notice, a regional court in Nigeria found that the detention took place before the Interpol notice was issued, raising huge concerns about the legal validity of Saab’s detention and imprisonment.

Cabo Verde was well compensated for its actions against Diplomat Saab. The US bribed them with $1.5 million for COVID-19 relief, a new $400 million U.S. embassy building, and $100 million in fees to be paid directly to Cabo Verde government.

If the money was not enough incentive for Cabo Verde to comply with US demands, there is the matter of military threats. The New York Times reported that the US Navy Cruiser San Jacinto anchored off the coast of Cabo Verde “to make sure that Saab did not escape.”

The timing of Alex Saab’s rendition, one day before the national election in the Republic of Cabo Verde is highly suspicious., The United States illegally trafficked Alex Saab to prison in Miami, FL. Then-president Fonseca was expected to lose the election and the winner, Jose Marta Neves, was known to be fervently anti-colonialist. The US government knew that a win for the PAICV government would mean the release of Alex Saab.

The US charged Saab with eight counts, seven of which were dropped. The only current charge is a conspiracy to launder money charge. A court appearance was scheduled for December 12, 2022, to determine Ambassador Saab’s diplomatic status. During that hearing, the US admitted that Mr. Saab is a diplomat, but only an extraordinary diplomat, and thus has only temporary diplomacy. Then they contended that American treaties do not recognize temporary diplomats. The final judgment is scheduled for Monday, December 19th.

Obviously, in this whole tawdry episode of true American Justice Alex Saab is the victim of his own good deed. Diplomat Saab’s true crimes are getting food for the people of Venezuela, procuring clean water equipment, getting medicine, and procuring oil for the people of Venezuela who have been left starving and dying because of the genocidal effects of US Sanctions which have forced thousands of Venezuelans to flee their home and camp out at the US – Mexican border.

 The A-APRP (GC) and its women’s wing the A-AWRU (GC) stand with the progressive forces in the US and the World in calling for the unconditional and immediate release of  Diplomat Alex Saab. We also suggest that you acquire more information on this case by visiting the Free Alex Saab Movement website.


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