Days of Reparations to African People

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The Call to Build Days of Reparations to African People 2023: No to FBI War on Black Liberation

No to FBI War on Black Liberation! Join the Days of Reparations to African People Campaign 2023 

The U.S. government is trying to put Chairman Omali Yeshitela in prison for the rest of his life.

But an anti-colonial free speech coalition is rising up in the U.S. and around the world, under the leadership of African and colonized peoples, to demand, “Hands Off Chairman Omali Yeshitela! Hands off Uhuru!”

This is a call to white people to join this growing movement. 

Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement’s international campaign for “Days of Reparations to African People” to mobilize white people across the U.S. and world to stand in solidarity with the African Revolution! 

On July 29 of last year the FBI executed violent, military-style, pre-dawn raids on seven homes and offices of the Uhuru Movement, including the home of its founder and leader, Chairman Omali Yeshitela. 

Nine months later in April 2023 the U.S. government indicted the Chairman -- who has fought for more than 50 years to make reparations a global household word -- on bogus charges of being a “Russian agent.” 

Uhuru Solidarity leaders Penny Hess and Jesse Nevel, two white organizers under the leadership of the APSP, were also indicted. Known as the “Uhuru 3”, they face up to fifteen years in prison.

Voices around the world are speaking out to demand that the U.S. government drop the charges against the Uhuru 3, with organizations and individuals across the political and ideological spectrum denouncing this vicious attack on free speech rights.

In a precedent-setting motion to dismiss the charges, Uhuru 3 attorney Leonard Goodman described the indictment as “a prosecution that strikes to the heart of the First Amendment.” 

This will not be a repeat of the 1960s; the African Revolution will win

Join this campaign to defy the U.S. government’s attempt to once again destroy the Black Revolution as they did in the 1960s, when the FBI waged a reign of terror and murder against the leaders and organizations of the Black Power movement, with a notorious, brutal counterinsurgency program known as COINTELPRO. 

In the 1960s there was no organizational vehicle through which white people could stand in principled solidarity with the African liberation struggle. With the creation of the solidarity movement, the APSP has opened the door for white people to unite with the Black Liberation Movement in a principled way, by taking responsibility for our historic complicity and participation in colonialism, slavery, and terror against African people and recognizing that our true, long-term interests as human beings are in solidarity with African people, not at their expense. 

It is a matter of historical record that during the hundred years of lynchings in this country in which thousands of African people were brutally murdered by white mobs in broad daylight, no white person was ever indicted by the U.S. government for participation in these murders. But now, for the first time in history, Chairman Omali Yeshitela has organized white people to join under the leadership of the African Liberation Movement, and the U.S. government indicts two Uhuru Solidarity leaders as part of the Uhuru 3! 

It reveals that the U.S. government would prefer for white people to act as their lynch mobs than to break ranks from the white colonial state and stand with the oppressed peoples of the world in the fight for reparations. 

That is why the Day of Reparations to African People Campaign is our act of resistance. We refuse to be the lynch mob. We refuse to be complicit or silent any longer. Chairman Omali Yeshitela has forever broken the unity of the white population with our own government. 

The warmongering politicians, greedy CEOs and bankers cannot count on us to have their backs when the oppressed peoples of the world struggle to take back what is rightfully theirs. 

Unity through reparations to African people is our responsibility and our opportunity to participate in real class struggle against the system of exploiters and exploited. 

How to join the reparations fight-back

Take action to make reparations a reality by contributing to the Days of Reparations fundraising pledge of $30,000 for Black Star Industries, the APSP’s economic initiative to build the foundation of a liberated, anti-colonial, African workers-controlled economy. 

Refuse to let the U.S. government succeed in depriving these vital programs of resources by forcing all funds to go towards legal expenses. Not one cent will be diverted from the reparations programs of the Uhuru Movement that are transforming the conditions faced by African people.  

The African Revolution is the world revolution, the revolution that will free all of humanity.

When Africa and African people are free, the world will be free. This is the true hope for a future without oppression where no one profits at the expense of another. 

In the historic undertaking of constructing this new world, the African Revolution has given white people a clear assignment: White solidarity with Black Power. Build the Days of Reparations to African People!  

Unity through Reparations! 

Hands off Chairman Omali Yeshitela!  

Drop the charges against the Uhuru 3! 

Days of Reparations Tour Stops

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Oakland, CA - Monday, October 2 at 6:30pm PT

Oakstop, 1721 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612

Register at

Louisville, KY - Thursday, October 12 at 7pm ET

First Unitarian Church, Social Hall, 809 S 4th Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Register at

Tacoma, WA - Saturday, October 21 at 3pm PT

First United Methodist Church, 621 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98402

Register at

St. Louis, MO - Saturday, October 21 at 1pm CT and Sunday, October 22 at 1pm CT

Saturday - Meet at Carpenter Branch of the St. Louis Public Library 3309 S Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63118

Ends with rally at Tower Grove Park and meet at the Old Carriage Pavilion, 4214 Main Dr, St. Louis, MO 63110

Sunday - Uhuru Solidarity Center, 2654 Gravois Ave, St. Louis, MO 63118

Register at

St. Pete, FL - Thursday, October 26 at 7pm ET

Akwaaba Hall at the Uhuru House, 1245 18th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712

Register at

Join the Pledge Drive to Raise Reparations to Black Star Industries

Join the campaign to raise $30,000 to Black Star Industries, the foundation of the independent, anti-colonial African economy being built by the African People's Socialist Party.

Pledge to join the thousands of white people who are standing up and saying No to the FBI war on Black Liberation, and contributing to the institutions that are part of the Party's mission to bring about unity through reparations, in a world where no one lives at the expense of anyone else.

Sign up to join the Reparations Pledge Drive by emailing with the subject "I pledge $___ in reparations to Black Star Industries!" You can also contribute to the $30,000 goal directly by going to