On 19 September 2023, Cultural Workers Bureau (CWB) speaker Inem Richardson, Coordinator of the Thomas Sankara Centre in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso and member of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP), presented on the topic “The Fight for Pan-Africanism & Liberation in the Sahel: Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger” Speaking on the work of the Centre as […]
Educator, Political Leader Imani Na Umoja is a Member of the Central Committee of the African Party of Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde, (PAIGC) serving in the National Secretariat of the PAIGC as a collaborator in National Cadre Ideological Training Department. Serves on the Amilcar Cabral African Youth, (JAAC) on its Central Coordination; its National Secretariat […]
African Studies Lecturer and Organizer Mjiba Frehiwot is an organizer for the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party, Research Fellow in the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Pan-Africana Studies Department at Lincoln University. Dr. Frehiwot thinks deeply about how to decolonize and re-Africanize knowledge production in Africa. She is […]
Artist, Roots Rock Reggae Kwame Bediako performs original root’s rock reggae. Musician/Poet Kwame Bediako credits his musical upbringing to his “elders” and the general environment of his home base in Ghana, West Africa, where his roots first blossomed. “There was drumming, and dancing, and of course singing,” says Kwame.
Educator and Activist Dr. Trimble’s numerous research interests include ‘the study and development of appropriate technology for national development in Africa and other underdeveloped regions’.
Radio Host, Activist and Poet Sobukwe Shukura host Revolutionary African Perspectives “RAP” and is on the team of “Beyond Borders”, both Public affairs programs airing on Radio Free Georgia (WRFG) 89.3 Atlanta (WRFG.org on-line) Mondays, from 7-8pm. Shukura is a multi-media cultural worker; photographer and poet. Shukura is also on the Board of (WRFG) 89.3, […]
Author and Labor Activist Ahjamu Umi is an organizer for the All African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) since 1984. He has organized for the party in several countries on three continents and the Caribbean. He is a senior labor organizer for one of the largest labor unions within the U.S. He holds a Masters Degree […]
Political Organizer and Revolutionary Mother Moya Mzuri Nana Yaa Offeibea Pambeli is a member of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) and is currently serving on the Central Committee of the A-APRP as the Coordinator of the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU) for the U.S. Region of the A-APRP. Sister Mzuri is a long time […]
Lawyer, Author and Activist Mark P. Fancher is an attorney and writer who monitors and analyzes the U.S. military presence in Africa. His commentaries appear regularly in the web magazine Black Agenda Report and in select newspapers.
Poet, Musician, Artist Mutabaruka (formerly Allan Hope) was born in Rae Town, Kingston on 26th December 1952. After primary education he attended Kingston Technical High School, where he was a student for four years. Trained in Electronics, he left his first job after about six months and took employment at the Jamaica Telephone Company Limited. […]
Educator and Activist Nehanda Imara is an adjunct teacher for African American and Environmental Studies at Merritt College. She created the first Environmental Racism/Justice course for the Peralta Community College District. Nehanda is on the steering committee for Sustainable Peralta and she is on the Board of Directors of Leadership Excellence.