Today, Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, serves as the headquarters for the A-APRP. There is also outstanding work taking place to build the A-APRP in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Gambia, Senegal, Kenya, Tanzania, and other areas on the continent. Meanwhile, clear across the world in Portland, Oregon, the A-APRP is building a Chapter here to build consciousness around the need for a Pan-African solution and concrete tactics to make a contribution towards that end.
To further cement this work, the Oregon Chapter of the A-APRP has decided to plan a trip to Ghana and Guinea-Bissau in December, 2015 for 10 local organizers to deliver a contribution to our Chapters there. The purpose of this trip is to expose the local A-APRP organizers to the work taking place in Africa and to contribute towards that work by delivering a minimum $1,000.00 USD contribution to each chapter to help purchase work study books and to support for our on the ground organizing work in those areas.
You can help us consolidate our worldwide work by going to www.aaprporegon.org, clicking on the organizing work tab, and making a donation with your master card or visa towards our goal of raising $21,000.00 by September of 2015. As of this date, we have kicked off our goal by raising $500.00.
Anyone who knows about the A-APRP knows of our stainless steel record when it comes to integrity. We are known around the world for this. In fact, here in Portland, in July of this year, we held our annual Fourth of the Lie event in Peninsula Park. We fed over 100 people, edutained them with quality conscious musical performances, and made a cash contribution to Portland Black Panther Chapter founder Kent Ford of almost $200.00 to enable him to visit his wrongly incarcerated son in California. This is typical work by the A-APRP and can be found wherever we are organizing. So, you know that when you contribute to the A-APRP, it will come back and then some through contributions to organize our people and our communities.
So, here's your chance to make a concrete contribution to African self-determination. Will you go to www.aaprporegon.org today?