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“Time is on the side of the masses, and nothing can permanently frustrate their ultimate fulfillment.”                                                                                                                                               ...Kwame Nkrumah
HISTORY
PAN-AFRICANISM
POLITICAL POSITION
IDEOLOGY
The Pan-African Revolutionary Socialist Party (PRSP) was born out of principled contradictions within the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP). Some of the members of the A-APRP left in 1983 and began to build a new organization. The PRSP was founded by dedicated militants born in different parts of the world. The PRSP held its Founding Congress on November 25-27, 1983. At that time... ...Read More
KWAME NKRUMAH
Born on September 18, 1909, Kwame Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana in West Africa. Assuming the position in 1957, Nkrumah began to construct a theoretical and practical guide for the liberation of African people. Placing his theory into action, Nkrumah through the Convention Peoples Party proceeded to build a socialist united states of Africa. Frightened by the real probability of the defeat of capitalism and the worldwide implications of that defeat, the U.S. through its Central... ...Read More
TRUTHS WE STAND BY
All peoples of African descent, wherever they were born or raised, are Africans and owe their primary allegiance to the future liberation of Africa. The ultimate and permanent solution to the countless problems facing the entire African world can only be found in Pan-Africanism: The total liberation and the unification of Africa under... ...Read More
needed “jump start” toward full equality and justice. In many locations of the world, African people make up only a small fraction of the population. In the U.S., that fraction is 13.5%. Being such a small number of people living on someone else’s land, African people in the U.S. can only come to the bargaining table as beggars, dependent on the kindness and fairness of others. ...Read More
PAN-AFRICANISM AND THE PRSP Why Pan-Africanism? Worldwide socialism will, ultimately, help cure the problems experienced by people around the world as a result of capitalism’s negative impact. However, for African people, the quickest cure is Pan-Africanism. Instead of waiting years and years for institutions to be changed to guarantee fairness to all no matter what their skin color, Pan-Africanism will give African people the much
The political position of the PRSP is determined by the Party’s political line. Essentially, we are referring to the strategies and tactics utilized by the party to reach its objective (Pan Africanism: the total liberation and unification of Africa under a scientific socialist government). Since the only permanent solution to the problems experienced by African people is a united, liberated socialist Africa, it... ...Read More
NKRUMAISM: THE IDEOLOGY OF THE PRSP An ideology is a coherent and systematic body of ideas, beliefs, and principles that attempt to explain and legitimize a desired political and socio-economic order. An ideology is derived from and defined by a particular people’s history and culture. African people must have an ideology which is derived from their unique history... ...Read More
All peoples of African descent, wherever they were born or raised, are Africans and owe their primary allegiance to the future liberation of Africa. The ultimate and permanent solution to the countless problems facing the entire African world can only be found in Pan-Africanism: The total liberation and the unification of Africa under... ...Read More
Born on September 18, 1909, Kwame Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana in West Africa. Assuming the position in 1957, Nkrumah began to construct a theoretical and practical guide for the liberation of African people. Placing his theory into action, Nkrumah through the Convention Peoples Party proceeded to build a socialist united states of Africa. Frightened by the real probability of the defeat of capitalism and the worldwide implications of that defeat, the U.S. through its Central... ...Read More
The Pan-African Revolutionary Socialist Party (PRSP) was born out of principled contradictions within the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP). Some of the members of the A- APRP left in 1983 and began to build a new organization. The PRSP was founded by dedicated militants born in different parts of the world. The PRSP held its Founding Congress on November 25-27, 1983. At that time... ...Read More
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.