Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Pan-Afrikan Society Community Forum & Convention People's Party African Liberation Day - Saturday 8th June + Reparations Update

 


Afrikan Liberation Day
50th anniversary of the founding of the OAU
Keynote delivered by
Elder KB Asante
Elder KB Asante was a former aid to Kwame Nkrumah.  He was present at the All-Afrikan People's Conference in 1958 and the Founding Conference of the OAU in 1963
From
5pm to 9pm
on
Saturday 8th June 2013
at
The West Indian Association of Service Personnel (WASP)
163 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4 6DB
Trains: Clapham Common, Clapham North (Northern Line) & Clapham High Street (BR)
Buses: 35, 37, 50, 88, 137, 155, 349, 322, 345 & 417
 
Organised by:
Pan-Afrikan Society Community Forum (PASCF)
& Convention People's Party (CPP UK & Ireland)
 
The first time that a day was set aside for Afrikan people and organisations to reflect on the advances made towards Afrikan freedom and liberation was in 1958.  African Liberation Day is a successor to Africa Freedom Day which was founded by Kwame Nkrumah on April 15, 1958 at a meeting of Independent African States in Accra, Ghana. Africa Freedom Day and African Liberation Day, which was founded on May 25, 1963 at the 1st meeting of the Organisation for African Unity in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, were and are manifestations organised to commemorate and advance the mass struggle for revolutionary Pan-Africanism: the total liberation and unification of Africa under a just social system.
For further information: +44 (0) 7944 204 955; pascfevents1@gmail.com; www.pascf.org.uk.
 
+
Open collective study of the Afrikan philosophy and ideology for decolonisation – Consciencism
7pm to 9pm Every Thursday at:
The West Indian Association of Service Personnel (WASP), 163 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4 6DB
For further information: +44 (0) 7944 204 955; pascfevents1@gmail.com; www.pascf.org.uk.
 
 
News Flash:
 
European Parliament reparations update
 
Please follow the links below for the PASCF European Parliament presentation on reparations (1) and the Haiti Liberte media article relating to the occasion (2).
 

1 PASCF presentation at European Parliament

Oxalando & Omowale PASCF presention The Horros of slavery @European Parliament17.5.2013

 
3 Article in Haitian press regarding PASCF at European Parliament
 
Please open the attachments for the European Parliament statements progressing the reparations agenda in that forum: (i) Joint Press Release & Declaration in recognition of the Victims of Slavery and Colonialism; & (ii) Written Declaration submitted by MEP's.
 
Regards
 
Omowale
Company Secretary
Pan-Afrikan Society Community Forum (PASCF)
 
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Every Sunday at 7pm UK time
Radio broadcast: www.pascf.org.uk  or www.pascf.org  and click on link
Tune into the
Pan-Afrikan People's Phone-in

On air lines: (Phone) – + 44 (0) 208 144 4547;
(Skype) - panafrikanpeoplesphonein
 
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All welcome – Please join us for our
open collective study of the Afrikan philosophy and ideology for decolonisation –
Consciencism
7pm to 9pm Every Thursday at:
The West Indian Association of Service Personnel (WASP)
163 Clapham Manor Street, London SW4 6DB
Trains: Clapham Common, Clapham North (Northern Line) & Clapham High Street (BR)
Buses: 35, 37, 50, 88, 137, 155, 322, 345, 349 & 417
 
 
PASCF & CPP
Consciencism Open Study

Nkrumah's philosophical conscience was awakened during his time in US Satan and that event/process ignited his massive contribution to defeating colonialism and advancing Afrika's liberation.  In writing Consciencism he set out the key to igniting each of our philosophical consciences and releasing our contributions towards defeating neo-colonialism.  He made the key accessible in book form so that we too can learn it and master it.  By systematically studying it we are supporting and continuing the process he started.
Our mission is to awaken the philosophical conscience of every Afrikan person in our sphere of influence; to bring as many Afrikan people as possible to the understanding that the materialist philosophy is the key to our liberation; that we must organise ourselves to apply it in the real world towards achieving our total liberation.  We must replicate Nkrumah's awakening within ourselves and others.  When we achieve this and organise it, we will have thousands, even millions of Nkrumahs and the march to the liberation of Afrika and her scattered people will be unstoppable.
For further information: +44 (0) 7944 204 955; pascfevents1@gmail.com; www.pascf.org.uk.  
  
 

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