The anti-white supremacy workshops we do are designed to educate and develop European revolutionaries e.g. people who are going to go out and organize other Europeans into a revolutionary consciousness. You see, we don't believe that the solution is some nebulous psychological cleansing called "eliminating whiteness." Ahmed Sekou Ture told us that all people have culture. Everyone. We, are the people's of Africa. That means, our history is tied to our relationship to Africa. That is how we have defined ourselves and created our legacy as a people. Everything we are, our music, food, language, expression, and yes - our resistance and desire to be free - is tied in some concrete way to Africa. This is the same for all peoples. Look at the Palestinian people. Name something significant about them that isn't connected to their struggle to gain their liberation, to free their homeland? Look at the American Indian people and tell me the same thing? Look at the Irish people fighting against British imperialism? We know all people are connected to their land. It defines their history and it determines their future. Its because we understand this that we call our people Africans because we wish to connect us to our land because we know that whoever controls the land, controls the resources and whomever controls the resources has the power. We know that what we lack as a people is power. Once we have the power to determine our lives we won't need to worry about people shooting us down like dogs because those people will know that if they do that, there will be consequences because we will have the power to hold them accountable, something we lack currently. So for us, this struggle isn't about "whiteness" it's about power and land (Pan-Africanism). So, we are fighting for our land - Africa. We are fighting for one unified socialist Africa because that is African people's contribution to the worldwide socialist movement leading to world communism. But, we don't exist in a vacuum. We share the world with other people. Including millions of Europeans who have been programmed to see us as a problem. For example, in the U.S., everyone is programmed to see themselves as having the same interests as the ruling capitalist class. Since Africans are oppressed by capitalism much harder than Europeans (be scientific - look at educated Africans/Europeans, the Africans are lower. Houseless Africans/Europeans, the Africans are lower, etc.), it's easier for us to see the capitalists as our enemies, since most of them are Europeans, but working class Europeans have a much more difficult time seeing themselves as having interests more tied to our interests than that of the ruling class capitalist Europeans. So, our work is (stating this again) designed to create revolutionary consciousness among working class Europeans in the hopes that they will take the knowledge we provide them and use it to organize their people so that they can teach them that we are not their enemies. The practical benefit of this is if they do this work in a dedicated fashion, they can begin to change the culture of white supremacy so that maybe some of their people will stop snitching on us. Maybe some of them will stop perpetuating oppression against us. Maybe some of them will stop going in our churches and shooting us down. Maybe some of them will stop joining organizations like the kkk, skinheads, or police, that oppress us. This is what revolutionary work is folks. Raising consciousness. That's why we have encouraged our European comrades who have demonstrated a seriousness to form their own work study group similar to what we do in the A-APRP. That's why they have already read two books from our booklist ("How Europe Underdeveloped Africa" - Rodney and "Class Struggle in Africa" Nkrumah). It's also why we do these workshops and that's why we facilitate them the way we do where our voices are heard. African voices. Our workshops are not safe spaces for Europeans to freely spew out racist garbage. We aren't there for that. We know our work. We are creating revolutionaries everywhere. Based on these examples, hopefully you can see the difference between what our work actually is compared to what you may think it is.
Also, understand the difference between our revolutionary work and reformist work. We are creating a culture for people to empower themselves to make change, not just complaining about a problem and asking someone to fix it for us. Africa will be free and that will happen even if not one European supports us, but since we are scientific, we know there are many working class Europeans who will not only support us, but who are strategically placed to help create better conditions for us to do our work with our people. So, understand that, sit back, and watch us work. We are scientists at organizing. We have the revolutionary ideology and practical experience to successfully carry out our work. If you pay close attention, history has proven that there is much of value to learn from us.