• PACA organized candlelight vigil for Alonzo Smith

  • PACA in Solidarity with Palestinian rights at a conference in Baltimore, MD

  • PACA organized protest against police violence

  • PACA Popular Education Session

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Pan-African Community Action (PACA)


"Truth is on the side of the oppressed." 
- Malcolm X

PACA is a grassroots group of African/Black people organizing for community based power. We undertake to build community led power through participatory programs of action and political education drives that avow and advance: our “Human Right to Informed Consent and Self-Determination,” collective community control over local economies, community control over the police, and a movement led by the most impacted of our communities.

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PACA Stands with the People of the DR Congo

PACA Stands with the People of the DRCongo Pan African Community Action (PACA) stands in solidarity with the Telema Movement and the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo in their clear unified demand to have a self determined future and the removal of President Joseph Kabila. The Congolese youth have spoken. They have taken to the streets to express their rejection of the Kabila regime’s attempt to stay in power even though his term limits have expired. After suffering for 15 years under the brutality of Kabila and his security forces, the people have decided they no longer want an elitist authoritarian regime. Instead, they want to hold democratic presidential elections in order that they themselves decide the future course of their nation. To PACA the self determination of the people of the Congo, is of upmost importance. We define self determination as a people, and/or a nation having full decision making powers over their own destiny, something that should be supported by all freedom loving peoples.


Assistant U.S. Attorney Sexton on Alonzo Smith Case to Meet with Mother, Beverly Smith

bev_smithAfter 11 months of secrecy in the case of Alonzo Smith, who was killed by special police in Southeast, Washington, DC, November 1, 2015, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jean Sexton is scheduled for a private meeting with Beverly Smith, mother of Alonzo and organizer of Pan-African Community Action (PACA). Sexton is the prosecutor assigned in grand jury proceedings of the case and PACA is the organization co-founded by Beverly Smith in response to the killing of her son. It is unknown what information will be revealed in the Thursday, October 13, 12 noon  meeting at the Office of the United States Attorney in Judiciary Center.


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