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Monday, February 28, 2011

JOE WALLER's VIOLENT BLACK POWER UHURU ORGANIZATION ST PETE FL


JOE WALLER's VIOLENT BLACK POWER UHURU ORGANIZATION ST PETE FL.  Stemming from the perception that the nonviolent approach of the early 1960s civil rights movement was ineffective, the Uhuru movement, a multi-organization BLACK MILITANT crusade founded in 1973 in Saint Petersburg, Florida, set forth to liberate oppressed blacks victimized by a white dominated capitalist society (COMMUNIST TALK).

The African People's Socialist Party (APSP), of which Joe Waller is the Chairman, the leading organization of the movement, campaigned for a socialist society and endorsed the use of armed self-defense (BLACK MILITANT). Although many of its initiatives failed, the APSP's labors to improve the quality of life for blacks worldwide have been considered a revival of the Black Power movement of the 1960s and a source of inspiration for other revolutionary organizations, (SEEKING TO OVERTHROUGH THE US GOVT).

Omali Yeshitela (born Joe Waller), is the founder and decades-long leader of the APSP.  Disgruntled at the oppression of blacks at the hands of capitalist societies, he formed the movement's ideology by fusing Marcus Garvey's “race-first,” Marxist philosophy with Malcolm X's call for armed resistance. (BLACK MILITANT)

Although the Uhuru movement (Uhuru is Swahili for “freedom”) was spearheaded by the APSP, its mission was carried out by several “sister” organizations, each created to perform a particular function, (ALL SEEKING TO RESIST OCCUPATION BY THE POLICE).

The Uhuru Movement is a group of far-left militant radical political organizations under the principle of "African internationalism," or the liberation of Africans in both the continent of Africa and in the African diaspora. The Movement is led by Joe Waller aka  Omali Yeshitela's African People's Socialist Party (APSP).

Joe Waller's APSP has formed several organizations, each with specific tasks and purpose. Affiliated organizations include The International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, African Socialist International, UhuruNews.com, African People's Solidarity Committee, The Black is Back Coalition, and Burning Spear Productions, as well as others.

On March 25 2009 Joe Waller's International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement organized a march in support of Lovelle Mixon and against the Oakland police. Mixon is an Oakland, California resident who killed four Oakland police officers after a traffic stop. The March to honor Mixon came as the city of Oakland united to honor their fallen officers. Authorities say a day before the shooting the 26-year-old fugitive parolee Lovelle Mixon was linked by DNA to the February rape of a 12-year-old girl who was dragged off the street at gunpoint, "A True Hero to the Uhurus", NY Daily News...


20,000 came to the cops funeral and thousands more watched on TV. A backlash brought criticism of the Uhuru incendiary anti police rhetoric, their furniture store, fund raising at public events and even the United Way for helping them recruit volunteers.


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