Member of the Month
“When I realized that Africans all over the world live under the same oppressive conditions I was frustrated and angry.
Being angry and frustrated is not enough.
I reached out to different organizations, mostly pan African organizations but they did not have any answers or solutions. I got tired of all this talk about kemet and how great our ancestors were before, cause I understood that this is not going to liberate us. We used to be on the top but now we are at the bottom. Pan Africanism doesn’t have a clear objective or a science and no strategies or goals on how we can gain our power as a whole. They say Africa should unite and pan africanism is the way. But under what leadership? That was the question that stuck with me.
When I heard about InPDUM and the Uhuru Movement everything fell into place.
Inpdum provides real political analysis and responsibility to do the work for our people worldwide. After I read about InPDUM it took me about a minute to join. I finally found home. Where I belong to which is to join the work for the liberation of our people!