Pan Africanism initiative that seeks to unlock the minds of the African people to realize their full potential At Project Pan-Africa we believe that all Africans share a common destiny and must therefore pursue a common vision
Our Vision:
We desire to see all Africans becoming confident in themselves and working together for the common good of the African people We crave for a continent where every African can be proud and feel at home no matter where he/she may be on the African soil We believe that African problems must be solved by Africans and with African resources
We are determined to:
Foster unity among Africans both home and abroad and to help instil confidence in the African personality
Liberate the minds of the African youth to take the destiny of Africa into their own hands
Look for all the hidden talents in Africa interview them and give them media exposure
Promote African innovations to the outside world to believe in Africa and to patronize African products and services
Create a revolution in the minds of every African to place the African picture above his political, religious, ethnical or national identity
Encourage the African people to believe in themselves and to patronize African technology, African innovations, goods and services
Create a mental revolution in the African woman to be proud of her natural beauty, and to portray the African fashion that reflects African norms and values
Inculcate in the youth a sense of patriotism and Pan-Africanism for the African unification project
Create a platform for dialogue and exchange of ideas between black people throughout the world to help solve African problems
Make resources available for the children of Africa to learn and to appreciate the dreams of the founding fathers of Pan-Africanism
Serve as the bridge that will connect and coordinate major programs of all Pan-African institutions across Africa and the African diaspora
Interview exceptional but hidden talents in Africa and give them media exposure
Frequently organize seminars/workshops for students across secondary schools, basic schools and the universities in Africa to stimulate a mental revolution among the youth
Occasionally organize seminars with African students in selected overseas universities to encourage them to return home and contribute to the development of Africa
Occasionally dialogue with local African governments on educational policies to implement policies that harness African values and culture
Acquire and distribute copies of Pan-African books to local African community libraries and schools where our seminars shall be held
Regularly interact with the media to get our message across to a wider audience
Pan-Africanism is a which fought to end slavery in the 19th century In the 20th century the Pan-African Movement overthrew the colonial regimes and gave the African people independence Today the Pan-African agenda is about owning the destiny of Africa by harnessing our cultural heritage and promoting unity among Africans taking control of our resources and resisting neo-colonialism and imperialism from all fronts The PPA seeks to create 1 million of Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Jomo Kenyatta,Steve Biko,Thomas Sankara and others to take Africa through the next stage of our economic independence We also seek to create a positive image about Africa to the outside world to visit Africa experience our values and appreciate our beautiful continent
This can however be achieved by unlocking the minds of Africans youth to take African destiny into their own hands We realize that Africa’s future depends on us the African people


Global Africans need to uplift each other instead of degrading each other One of my friends was talking to a Haitian male. She was just making fun of his country saying that it is poor and there is no water There is no infrastructure Instead of looking at the bad why not look at the good? Also why not talk about the history of Haiti and the imperialism in received over the past 400 years Did you know Haiti was the first country to abolish slavery? The Haitian Revolution kicked out the French and beat some of the strongest armies in the world to end slavery At the time Haiti was one o the richest countries in the Western Hemisphere Did you know the Haiti paid FRANCE reparations for about 120 years? Haiti paid France 90 million gold francs. France said they lost money on the slaves they invested in so they wanted reparations Did you know that in the early 1900’s America invaded Haiti and stole gold? It has also had a lot of neocolonialism such as Presidents being overthrown for puppets who serve foreign countries People like Papa Doc were installed and Aristede was overthrown twice So there are REASONS behind the poverty You need to look at the history to understand the present My friend shouldn’t have degraded Haiti like that she should have uplifted the country and talked about the goods We need to stop having such a negative outlook on ourselves

When imperialism impose leaders on you the result

When imperialism impose leaders on you the result is exploitation withouth development,economic depression=poverty Africans must denounces the house-slaves soldout leaders the agents of imperialist or they will continue to remain passive&lacking direction Any people that oppresses another people is neither civilized non human Neo-imperialism is alive and well just look at Iraq just look at Libya And ivory Coast just look at the way Nigeria is being robbed each day Belgians were in DR Congo for about 100yrs exploiting that country rich minerals resources only managed to develop a single tarred road The oil- rich Nigeria despite the long existence of the West in that country was still importing fuel from Europe Exploitation of African people and resources to feed Western greed has changed little since Imperialism breeds corruption&fraudulent mind sets,they stole from Africa 365days centuries&then kill us when we question their sincerity Imperialist have an insatiable appetite for the Africa bounty They are guilty of hoarding Africa resources -Since Africa was invaded the only visible development of her people is poverty which is meant to eliminate them The natural resources of African must remain in the hands of Africa masses instead of having it robbed by multinational corporations Despair and frustration will not shake our belief that the resistance is the only way of liberation Africans today are so overwhelmingly crazy for western materials we have forgotten those our people that perished during freedom struggle Slavery Wasn’t a Trade It Was a Robbery and Genocide The struggle of Africans is the struggle of all citizens who are pathologically oppressed by the imperialist capitalist interests Political&cultural traitors house slaves are the enemies of Africans struggle to liberate itself from 500years of colonial/slavery brutality We must straighten our backs and strive for our freedom No one can ride you unless your back is bent to be rode on Straighten your mind Revolt against corrupt imperialist capitalist class with their local puppets&you will feel the spirit of life run right through your body