Wednesday, April 29, 2009

African Liberation Day 09

Washington, DC May 22-24 @ The Carlos Rosario Charter School NW
The All African People's Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) is calling on African students, scientists, engineers, electricians, health care professionals and other skilled Africans with expertise in health, nutrition, water purification, waste-water treatment, well-building, renewable energy technology, ecological sanitation, agriculture, construction, fundraising, web design, graphic arts, and other related areas to participate in the historic African Liberation Day (ALD) Conference in Washington D.C. on May 22-24.

Many of you have expressed interest in the work of AAPDEP, and the African Liberation Day Conference is the perfect place to get on board. Along with many powerful speakers from Europe, Africa, and North and South America, Dr. Aisha Fields will be making a dynamic presentation on the work of AAPDEP and how you can put your skills to use, right now, in the interests of our future as one people, so we can finally celebrate the liberation of African people!

This year's conference will function as the 1st Annual Conference of the North American Region of the African Socialist International(ASI), which is the international body through which AAPDEP's work is guided. The ASI is the vision of the African Peoples Socialist Party and culmination of a lifetime commitment made by Chairman Omali Yeshitela. This conference represents a historic leap forward for African people. An attempt of this magnitude to organize African people into ONE single body moving in unity, has not been attempted since the work of Marcus Garvey. The work of the ALD/ASI is to complete the visionary work of Marcus Garvey and other giants in our movement to be a free, independent and self-governing people.

The 2009 African Liberation Day is a must-not-miss! This event will prove to be one we will look back on as the pivotal point in our struggle to free Africa and African people worldwide! Also, don't miss the Chairman of the African Peoples Socialist Party, Omali Yeshitela, our generation's leader of the International African Revolution.

Be a Maker of History, Register Today!
Come to Washington D.C. and find your place in AAPDEP and the overall Movement for African self-reliance and self-determination!
Click here to Register Now!UHURU!
Dr. Aisha FieldsAAPDEP Director

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