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Latest photos from St. Louis projects October 21, 2018


Mr. Gary Brooks has planted three fruit trees at the site of the Gary Brooks Black Power Community Garden. One of these baby trees is seen here with the African flag and the Uhuru House in the background.



Pictured L to R: Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International, who came from London and three representatives of the Black Star Industries institution, Uhuru Foods and Pies in Oakland, CA - Sealli Moyenda, Su-Tchas and Bakari Olatunji. They all toured the site of the Uhuru Jiko Community Kitchen and Cafe.


From October 8-12, the St. Louis Akwaaba Hall hosted the last five days of the African People's Socialist Party's (APSP) Seventh Congress. Here APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela speaks to a packed house of people who came from around the world to particpate and witness the historic event in which the Party gives reports on work from the past period, elects its leadership and sets the course for the next five-year period and beyond.


Each day, the APSP Honor Guard raised the African flag before the Congress convened.


In addition to political analysis and reports on the work from many different projects of the African People's Socialist Party, the Congress featured moving performances by the Freedom Mass Choir and Band, led by Director Elikya Ngoma (at the mic).


The APSP Congress also included a culture night, showcasing brilliant music, poetry and dance. Here local St. Louis talent Makeda (aka Sarah B. Tonin) sings for the audience.