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“Time is on the side of the masses, and nothing can permanently frustrate their ultimate fulfillment.”                                                                                                                                               ...Kwame Nkrumah
REVOLUTIONARY GREETINGS... The Pan-African Revolutionary Socialist Party (PRSP) welcomes you to our website. The purpose of this site is to introduce you to our party and to encourage you to join us, or some other revolutionary party, and become a more active force in the process of developing a more just world.
In 1964, Malcolm X said, “The first thing the (white racist) does when he comes in power, he takes all the Negro leaders and invites them for coffee. To show that he’s alright. And those Uncle Toms can’t pass up the coffee. They come away from the coffee table telling you and me that this man is all right,” excerpt from his speech, “The Ballot or The Bullet.” Malcolm X's words ring just as true today as they did 53 years ago.  Certain Africans will sell out their people to stuff their own pockets and will align themselves with the enemy. They do not represent the masses, but only themselves. Real change will come through revolution! Death to capitalism! Struggle for socialism! Educate. Mobilize. Organize.
“Children’s Freedom School”  Sunday, September 24th 10-Noon   Watoto Uhuru Shule meets every other Sunday from 10 a.m. until noon at Urban Underground (4850 W Fond du Lac Ave.)  A vegan dinner follows class! It’s all FREE! FREE! FREE!  Classes are from September to June.       For more information please call (414 ) 702-2698 or email us at:   africaonmove@att.net  Since 1988, Africans on the  Move has provided children of  African descent, ages 2-18  years, with a better  understanding of their  historical reality as a people.  Using math, science, reading,  writing and the creative arts,  our children have studied the  rich and magnificent history  of our people throughout the  world.       We think that you will  agree that in addition to  attending capitalist’s  educational institutions which  interpret the world from a  Euro centered perspective,  our children must be engaged  in an educational forum such  as Watoto Uhuru Shule which  helps them analyze the world  in general and, in particular,  African peoples’ place in the  world.       Although math, science,  reading and geography skills  are reinforced in Watoto  Uhuru Shule, they are  reinforced through the study  of African history and culture  as well as current events that  affect African people. This  type of study from an African  centered perspective is  essential, especially since our  youths are being educated by  capitalist media rather than  by instructional staff  grounded in African history  and culture.