The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)
invites you to celebrate the
50th Anniversary of African Liberation Day
AFRICA IS ON FIRE!
Take African Liberation Day Back to Revolutionary Pan-Africanism!
African Liberation Day was founded as Africa Freedom Day on April 15, 1958 in Accra, Ghana
Saturday, May 25, 2013
1640 Columbia Road NW
Washington, DC 20009
ALD 2013 Symposium - 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Panel 1: Take African Liberation Day Back to Revolutionary Pan-Africanism: Africa Is On Fire!
Invited Participants: Lang T.K.A. Nubour - Centre for Conscientist Studies & Analyses * Explo Nani-Kofi - Kilombo Centre for Civil Society and African Self-Determination * Ismael Conde – Parti de la Revolution Populaire Africain de Guinee * Kit Aastrup - Danish Cuban Friends in Aarhus, Denmark * Ibrahim Ebeid – Iraq Palestine Committee, Iraqi Resistance Movement & Arab Baath Socialist Party * Johnson Mlambo & Ike Mafole - Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania * Jafar Jafari - Palestine Liberation Movement * Nubia Kai - Malcolm X Grassroots Movement * Kali Akuno – Black Left Unity Network & Malcolm X Grassroots Movement * Penny Gamble-Williams & Janice Denny - American Indian Movement * Bill Means – International Indian Treaty Council * Dr. Zoe Spencer - Associate Professor of Sociology, Virginia State University
Panel 2: Building and Consolidating Revolutionary Alliances within the Revolutionary Pan-Africanist and Socialist Movements!
Invited Participants: Charo Mina-Rojas - Black Community Process (Colombia) * Eugenia Charles, Director - Fondasyon Mapou (Haiti) * Herman Wainggai - West Papua National Authority (Papua New Guinea) * Diego Pari, Ambassador - Embassy of Bolivia to OAS * Sonia Umanzor, Cultural Attache - Embassy of El Salvador * Patricia Pego Guerra, First Secretary - Cuban Interests Section * Marcos Garcia, Second Secretary & Labor Attache - Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela * Machivenyika Maparanga, Ambassador - Embassy of Zimbabwe
ALD 2013 Diplomatic Reception - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
co-sponsored by Friends of the Congo
Diplomatic Reception: Celebrating and Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of African Liberation Day! Forward to One Unified Socialist Africa!
Maurice Carney, Executive Director - Friends of the Congo * Ofunshi Oba Koso, President - MN Yoruba Cuba Association, Cuban-born nephew of the late Freddy Ilanga (Che Guevera’s personal interpreter in the Congo) and protégé of Victor Dreke (Che’s second-in-command in the Congo) * Bob Brown - A-APRP(GC) & Kwame Ture Papers Project
In Solidarity with Palestine Day (May 15), and In Remembrance of Malcolm X and Ho Chi Minh (May 19).
Admission is Free! – Space is Limited!
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