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Latin America

The Pan-African Federalist Movement in Latin America begins its organizational process as of 2018, identifying points of contact through the leadership of the AFROAMERICAXXI Process whose bases have been serving as support for the strengthening of the PAFM/LA today, it has leadership in the following countries:

United States of America (New Jersey and New Orleans), Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile and Cuba who decided to be part of the MFPA/ AL for the Latin-speaking linguistic affinity. 

The PAFM/LA is divided into the following sub-regions: North America Sub-Region (United States), Central America and Mexico Sub-Region (Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama); Sub-Region of South America North (Colombia, Peru, Venezuela); Central South America Sub-Region (Brazil, Bolivia); Sub-Region Southern Cone of South America (Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina).

 Currently, the countries that have an active structure at the moment are: Honduras, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, the other countries are in the process of complementing their structure in a functional way.

 The PAFM/LA has the following active commissions: Youth Commission (Honduras, Colombia, Ecuador); Education and Training Commission (Cuba, Honduras, Brazil, Ecuador), Planning and Strategy Commission (Ecuador, Honduras, Brazil, Cuba), Women's Mobilization Commission.

If you are an African or an African living in Latin America and want to take part in the campaign for the political unification of the Independent States of the African Continent and the Caribbean Islands mainly populated by Africans, please send a message to the leaders of the RCC-Latin America. We would also be grateful if you could put us in touch with anyone living in Europe who is driven by the same feeling about the urgency of the political unification of African States.


Roy Guevara Arzu - Coordinator;


Celso Castro - Representative; 


Miguel Avila - Representative;


Assisted by the members of the Regional Executive Committee.



Uniting Africa and Africans worldwide

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