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The lives of Africans matter!

Time: March 21, 2017 from 11:30am to 2:30pm
Location: In front of the South African embassies
City/Town: Every city with a South African Embassy
Event Type: protest
Organized By: Pan-Africanist Organizations of the World
Latest Activity: Mar 11

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March 21 2017 The lives of Africans matter! 

On 21 March, we commemorate the Shaperville massacre in which hundreds of victims were killed, wounded and detained, many of them children, by the racist Apartheid police. It is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. On a day like this the Pan-Africanist organizations of the world call on all Africans to stand in front of every South African embassy everywhere to protest for the unjustifiable criminal acts against the migrants in South Africa. We make this appeal to urge the South African people and their leaders to stop the harassment of migrants in South Africa.

It is an absolute disgrace and outrageous shame of historical proportions that the very people who received the help and unselfish support of millions in the world, now surrender to the xenophobic persecution of their African brothers and sisters. No African is a foreigner in Africa, that is a colonial fallacy and we will eradicate it!

We also warn that if South Africa does not immediately stop the harassment of migrants we will promote international boycott actions and demand the expulsion of the Republic of South Africa from the African Union.

This is not a call Against all goodwill south Africans, brothers and sisters we also call upon you, building a better future for Africa begins by fixing our problems ourselves, no society in the world can be prosperous without giving every human live the immense value that it has. Join us, we must take action, together.

If you are part of a local organization get together and organize the call in your city for: Tuesday, March 21 at 12:00. We must stand in front of every South African embassy around the world!

The lives of Africans matter!

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