AAPRP & PASCF in association with Sound System Outernational present...

 The 61st Anniversay of African Liberation Day (ALD) - 2019

An African celebration & conference for all the family

Listen to presentations about our political struggle to unite and organise in Africa, the Diaspora and here in Britain.

2019 Theme: 

"Pan-Africanism calls us to unite and forge a definitive struggle against neo-colonialism: Forward to one united socialist Africa"  

Our host is Prof Julian Henriques & supported by the Sound System Outernational

Keynote Speaker: Kimani Nehusi - Associate Professor @ Temple University (USA) 

Saturday 25th May 2019
2pm-8pm 
Only £5.00 Donation
Children u16 - free

Goldsmiths University Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre, New Academic Building [LG01]

8 Lewisham Way, New Cross, SE14 6NW

(access is via the rear, on Laurie Grove) Nearest stations are: New Cross & New Cross Gate overground stations - just a few mins walk

Buses - 21 36, 53 136, 171, 172, 177,225, 321, 343, 436 & 453

There is no parking on site

The AAPRP & PASCF combined have been reaching out and organising in the African (Black) community since 1984

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We focus on Pan-African political education & self organisation...

As a community organisation, we believe it is important for our community to consider issues that affect us from our own perspective. We are providing the space for discussions and debates. We invite a wide range of African (Black) and other speakers to share their knowledge and join us in the discussions. We particularly encourage young people to attend and participate.

African Liberation Day - Saturday 25th May (2pm-8pm):

Cultural artists Bro Nat Nye; Sista Stella B, Bro Mamadou Oury, plus a Cultural Market with food and refreshments on sale.

 More on ALD - Goldsmiths University - 25th May 2019  

There are too many corrupt Governments in Africa...

What can we do about them?

What is the alternative?

Build the progressive movements?

Unity of Africa = Pan-Africanism under a liberated socialist government!

What is the cause of the increase in street violence among our young people?

Is it poverty; broken families; drugs; lack of police?

Who is supplying the guns? Why don't the police deal with those buying the drugs?

"Drill music isn't making boys kill each other – knife crime is about something much deeper" - The Guardian

More on the speakers:

Panel on African Women:

Michelle Yaa Asantewa - Way Wive Wordz; Verona Spence-Adofo - Ancestral Voices; Vuyiswa Ngqobongwana - Yanga TV; Sis Win Afuah Smith - Alliance of Afrikan Women will have a discussion on ‘The Role of African Women and Spirituality to African Liberation’

Dauda Bary - Harnessing science to fulfil our vision of a unified independent and socialist Africa

Sis Asher Sefanit-Wudasee: ‘Collective Liberatory Economics - a Pan-Afrikan Perspective’

Reps from AAPRP & PASCF

Solidarity message from Marcos Garcia - United Socialist Party of Venezuela; also from Haiti & Jamaica, plus Pan African Society of Queen Mary's University and Anti-Racist Society of Goldsmiths University.

Come and join us for a positive day or contact us for more information on 07914 348 259 or ajamualerts@hotmail.co.uk

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