Omali Yeshitela Worldwide Speaking Tour 2013

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Chairman Omali Yeshitela has answers for all the pressing problems facing African people inside this country, in Africa and around the world.

Known as the “Last man standing” Yeshitela was a SNCC organizer in the 1960s, sentenced to 5 years in prison for tearing down a racist mural in City Hall of St Petersburg, FL in 1966.

omaliysFor nearly a half century Yeshitela has dedicated his life to the unequivocal liberation of Africa and African people everywhere.

He is the founder of The Burning Spear newspaper which has been published without interruption since 1966 and formed the African People’s Socialist Party in 1972. Continue reading

ASI advances in France – Germany – Sweden

Organizes for December Congress UhuruNews - Published Jun 24, 2013 Following the Party’s African Liberation Day (ALD) in Paris, Chairman Omali Yeshitela spent the next week sweeping through Cologne and Berlin, Germany and Stockholm, Sweden, completing the first leg of his 2013 worldwide tour building for the African People’s Socialist Party’s Sixth Congress December 7-11, 2013. Full Story --------------------------------------   Link      Read more [...]

Fortress America besieged: war penetrates imperialist sanctuary

Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People's Socialist Party Uhuru News, the online voice of the International African Revolution. At the time of this writing the U.S. is involved in an orgy of public grief and displays of self-serving heroism in the wake of the April 15, 2013 twin bombings at the iconic Boston Marathon. The two bombings, utilizing a pressure cooker and metal container of some sort, resulted in nearly 200 casualties, with three fatalities, up to now. The number of amputations inflicted on the unsuspecting spectators oblivious to the fact they were milling about in a war zone punctuated the horror of the bombings. Among the casualties was an eight-year-old white boy whose heart-rending plight has captivated the attention of the U.S. media as a symbol of U.S. innocence being flayed by unknown and ill-deserved terror. Read more [...]