The All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party understands that the liberation of African people cannot come to reality without the effective and genuine liberation of African Women. The A-APRP also understands that African Women cannot fight a liberation struggle separate from the broader liberation struggle of African People. The two go hand in hand. The manifestation of this understanding in practical terms gave birth to the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union in 1980.

The AAWRU is responsible for insuring that all vestiges of sexism are rooted out of our party (and the larger society), that women and men are educated about the revolutionary role of women in the African Revolution and to insure that the voice, interests and energies of African women are completely integrated into every aspect of our work to build the AAPRP and a free African Nation. All women who join the AAPRP are automatically members of the AAWRU.

For more information about the AAWRU, please review Some Aspects of the AAWRU at the links below.

AAWRU Celebrates 30 Years of Existence 97 KB
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IRSN Statement on the AAWRU 30th Anniversary 15KB
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What is the AAWRU 1.2 MB
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Some Aspects of the AAWRU, 448 KB
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Some Aspects of the AAWRU, 109 KB
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Some Aspects of the All-African Women's Revolutionary Union,
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