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host picture Podcast Link: feed feed Africa Live brings you the best in news and analysis from the African Internationalist perspective. Join host Jevon Gee, African People's Socialist Party Director of Agitation and Propaganda, in a live discussion on a variety of topics affecting African people at home and abroad.
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Trump, Kanye, Liu Montsho Kwayera on Black Community Control of The Shools
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2016-12-18 Live Talk
School fees struggle in South Africa, Hot topics, and much more
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2016-10-23 Aliyinza and Deysun sum up current events on the continent as well as in the US. Special Guest Themba Tshibanda talks about the Black is Back National Black Agenda for Self-Determination and the National Convention in Washington, D.C. on November 5-6!
Building the African Socialist International in Sweden
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2016-07-24 Comrades Fosiya and Makda are two women leaders of the African Socialist International (ASI), based in Sweden. They join host Deysun in a live discussion on conditions of life for Africans in Europe and their work to build the ASI.
Black Power Matters
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2016-05-29 Hosts Jevon Gee and Deysun Troo speak about the importance of Black Power and why it matters. Special Guest Yashica Clemmons discusses how the Pinellas County Sheriff's Department murdered her daughter and two friends. Also special commentary by African People's Socialist Chairman Omali Yeshitela.
Black Power Matters
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2016-05-22 Hosts Jevon Gee and Deysun Troo speak about the importance of Black Power and why it matters. Special Guest Yashica Clemmons discusses how the Pinellas County Sheriff's Department murdered her daughter and two friends. Also special commentary by African People's Socialist Chairman Omali Yeshitela.
African People Points of Inerest
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2016-05-15 Co-Host Jevon Gee and Deysun Troo speak about the African Peoples Socialist Party 14 point platform.
No Mother's Day when the State takes your child
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2016-05-08

Host Jevon Gee and special guest Chairman Omali Yeshitela talk with three African mothers whose children have been attacked by the State:

  • Yashica Clemmons, mother of Dominique Battle, one the three African teen girls murdered by the Pinellas County Sheriff Department on March 31, 2016. This is Yashica's first public live interview.
  • Jamie Wilson, a mother out of San Diego whose son was pulled over by police and DNA stolen
  • Kushinda Olanrewaju, mother and Uhuru Movement organizer has taken her case public, enlisting the help of her comrades in the African National Women's Organization. Her recently launched petition exposes the longstanding deliberate withholding of services to her disabled son, Meshach Boland, and the resulting criminal charge of "common assault" he will face when he arrives in court on May 11.

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Why is Black Power so scary? (replay)
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2016-04-24 Host Jevon Gee & Mona examine why black power is so scary to Africans & north americans. (first broadcast April 10, 2016)
Why Is Black Power Scary?
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2016-04-10 Host Jevon Gee & Mona examine why black power is so scary to Africans & north americans.
Africans Charge Genocide! InPDUM organizes encampment at UN hearings.
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2016-01-24 Live reports from the Encampments. Organizers on the ground from Jackson, Mississippi; Chicago, Illinois; NYC and Washington D.C. will talk live about the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement's "We Charge Genocide" Winter Encampment Tour. This 4-city tour brings attention and participation in United Nations hearings on the human rights abuses by the U.S. government against the African population in the U.S.
What About Willie...Presidential Candidate Every African Should Know About
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2015-11-29 WHAT ABOUT WILLIE?

Chairman Omali Yeshitela interviews Dr. Willie Wilson, Democratic party presidential candidate, who best represents the interests of African people. Snubbed by the NAACP and the Urban League, Dr. Wilson sheds light on the Democratic party and its efforts to hand the African vote to Hilary.

WHITE LADY SHOOTS, PARALYZES AFRICAN TEEN. TEEN GETS 40 YEARS.

InPDUM member Kana King, recounts the events that led to her 15-year-old brother being paralyzed and jailed.

#LAQUANMCDONALD

Dometi Pongo, Chicago journalist, gives first-hand, on-the-ground sum-up of the Laquan McDonald injustice, from the leaders to the demands to the solutions.

No Tears for France-Live Discussion
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2015-11-22 Join Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International, live today, with guests Glen Ford from Black Agenda Report, Penny Hess from the African People's Solidarity Committee, Keli 'i Silva, Ali 'i Nui Mo'i, HIgh Chief/King of the Kingdom of Hawaii, Ramon Nenadich Deglans of Nacion Boricua of Puerto Rico and Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist Internationin discussions on a recent trip to Moscow, Russia to attend the Dialogue of Nations conference and current world events such as Paris, France.
Black is Back Black Power Matters Black Community Control of the Police
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2015-11-15 The first hour join International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Herdosia Bentum, Ralph Poynter, Chair of the Black is Back Political Prisoners Working Group and Zaki Baruti, President General of the Universal African People's Organization as they sum up the annual November Black is Back Black Power Matters Black Community Control of the Police Conference held in Washington, DC. In the second hour a sum up of the current situation in Paris with Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International and Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International.
The newly appointed President of InPDM, Comrade Herdosia Bentum will be among our guests.
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2015-10-04 The International Peoples Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) now has a new President in Comrade Herdosia Bentum who will be joining us. Her Membership Coordinator, Akile Anai will also be with us. Brittany Morris, a survivor of Police brutality in Menard, Texas demands all charges be dropped. She'll share her story with us. Long time Uhuru Movement member Comrade Omawale Kefing will also be joining us on Africa Live.
Guest Host Gazi Kodzo on Africa Live this Sunday
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2015-09-13 Join guest host Gazi Kodzo this week on Africa Live. In the first hour there will be a live discussion with Chimurenga Waller, President of International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement about the upcoming convention in Chicago, IL as well as the current African's Charge Genocide campaign and Black Community Control of the Police campaign. The second hour will be discussion about the soon to be live 96.3 LPFM and a conversation with Bakari Olatunji in Oakland, CA about the upcoming events at the Uhuru House in Oakland, CA.
Talk Live with Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2015-09-06 In the first hour,Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International will talk with African Socialist International, Secretary General, Luwezi Kinshasa about the massive worldwide population transfer and immigration crisis. And in the next hour join the discussion about the upcoming InPDUM Convention, the African's Charge Genocide Petition and the 96.3 LPFM station, soon to be at the Uhuru House at 1245 18th Ave South.
Remebering Marcus Mosiah Garvey
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2015-08-16 Marcus Mosiah Garvey, the Founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association & African Communities League (UNIA & ACL) was born on August 17, 1887 in the Parrish Of St. Ann's Bay in Jamaica, West Indies and dies on June 10, 1940 in London, England.
Zaki Baruti will be our guest as we commemorate the anniversary of the murder of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
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2015-08-09 Zaki Baruti of the Universal African People's Organization will be joining myself and Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the anniversary of the murder of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Also with us will be Comrade Herdosia Bentun and mothers of African men murdered by the police.
The death of 28-year old Sandra Bland in southeast Texas after being arrested for a traffic stop will be discussed.
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2015-07-26 We will be discussing the recent jail cell death of Sandra Bland in southeast Texas. Joining us will be Leslie Charleston. a resident of Prairie View Texas, where the incident occurred. Also on the program will be Janet Baker, the mother of Jordan Baker who was killed approximately a year ago by a Houston, Texas police officer who was cleared of all charges by a grand Jury. Carl Hampton, of the People's Party !! in Houston, Texas was assassinated on July 26, 1976. We'll be remembering this member of the Black Panther Party.
Our special guest will be Comrade Bunchy Crear of the Black Panther Party Alumni.
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2015-07-19 Comrades Bunchy Crear of the Black Panther Party Alumni and Omawale Kefing of the African People's Socialist Party will be discussing the July 26, 1970 Cointelpro assassination of Carl Hampton, Chairman of the People's Party in Houston, Texas.
Secretary General of the African Socialist International, Luwezi Kinshasa joins Chairman Omali Yeshitela to discuss the Haiti/Dominican Republic conflict.
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2015-07-12 Haiti and the Dominican Republic merely coexist on a small island - conflict arises almost everyday between the two governments. These cultural differences may be at the root of the long-standing conflict culminating in the murder of more than 25,000 Haitians in 1937. Also joining us will be the International Director of Information and Education of the African National People's Organization (ANWO) Comrade Naomi Jeter.
Attorney Thomas Ruffin, Jr. of the National Conference of Black Lawyers joins us to talk about the letter he authored, "President Obama Is A Traitor To The Black Race."
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2015-07-05 Also joining Chairman Omali Yeshitela will be Cleo Manago of the Black Men's Xchange to discuss the recent ruling by the Supreme Court on Same Sex Marriage.
Talk live with Chairman Omali Yeshitela on current events and revolutionary strategy
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2015-06-28 Tune in and call in to a lively discussion with Chairman Omali Yeshitela as he talks with:
  • Black Agenda Report Editor Glen Ford on U.S.-created war hysteria over Ukraine and threats against Russia.
  • People's Organization for Progress Chairman Lawrence Hamm on the upcoming Million People's March Against Police Brutality, Racial Injustice, and Economic Inequality
  • African Socialist International Europe Regional leader Makda Johannes and African People's Socialist Party Secretary General Gaida Kambon on "Why the African People's Socialist Party is necessary for black freedom in the U.S. and around the world."
DeLisa Davis, the sister of Kevin Davis who was murdered by the DeKalb County Police in Georgia joins us.
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2015-06-21 On December 29th, 2014, 44-year old Africa, Kevin Davis was murdered by the DeKalb County Police in Georgia after calling 911 to settle a dispute at his home. Chairman Omali Yeshitela will also join us discussing current issues that affect our communities.
Chairman Lawrence Hamm of the People's Organization for Progress will join us.
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2015-06-14 Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Ron Bobb-Semple will be joined by Chairman Lawrence Hamm of the People's Organization for Progress to discuss the upcoming Million People's March Against Police Brutality, Racial Injustice and Economic Inequality. Ezili Danto, Founder of the Free Haiti Movement will be our guest as she updates the political status of Haiti.
Chairman Omali Yeshitela reports on his recent trip to Russia.
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2015-06-07 Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA & ACL) made his transition on June 10, 1940. We will be remembering this African Hero observing the 75th Anniversary of his death.
Chairman Omali Yeshitela joins Ron Bobb-Semple to discuss the US strategy of outfitting local police with military-style equipment.
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2015-05-24 The St. Louis police who shot and killed Vonderrick Myers in 2014 in St. Louis, Missouri, has been exonerated. Dorothy Dunning continues her three-year fight to get custody of her granddaughters who were placed in the foster car system with parents who have been battling substance abuse. Ezili Danto, Founder of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network and the Free Haiti Movement will join us with an update of the continued crisis in Haiti.
Remembering El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X) on his 90th Birthday Anniversary
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2015-05-17 Chairman Omali Yeshitela will join us. Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 - February 21, 1965), born Malcolm Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, was an American Muslim minister and a human rights activist. To his admirers he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans; detractors accused him of preaching racism and violence. He has been called one of the greatest and most influential African Americans in history.
Chairman Omali joins Live Round Table discussion on Black Community Control of the Police
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2015-05-10 The second hour of this episode features a live specially televised round table discussion hosted by Ron Bobb-Semple on the struggle for Black Community Control of Police. Host Ron Bobb-Semple will be joined by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, African People's Socialist Party Secretary General Gaida Kambon, and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess.
African Internationalist Women's Conference - D.C.
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2015-04-05 Test for review.
Omali Yeshitela - Current Events / Brandi Grayson - Frontline Report Madison, WI. on the murder of Tony Robinson / Commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal, Thandisizwe Chimurenga, & Glen Ford
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2015-03-15 This week on Africa Live we will discuss current events with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. We will also speak with Brandi Grayson of Young Gifted and Black - a direct action on based in Madison WI on the police murder of Tony Robinson, a 19 year old. We will also feature commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal, Thandisizwe Chimurenga and Glen Ford.
Yejide Orinmilla will join us to discuss the upcoming African Women's Conferences.
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2015-02-08 The upcoming African Women's Conferences in Washington, DC and London will discuss Issues African Women Face such as Social Immobility, Feminism and Economic Exploitation. Dorothy Dunning, continues to battle the State of Minnesota for custody of her two grand children who were granted custody by a white couple.
THE PEOPLE ARE GETTING READY...
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2014-12-28

On todays show we will feature interviews of the leadership being interviewed on PressTV Network discussing recent events in the United States.

We will start with a Christmas Eve dialogue between Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International and Frederick Peterson -a Congressional Defense Policy Advisor - discussing the recent Police shooting of Antonio Martin, an 18 year old African in Berkeley, Missouri.

The shooting occurred just a few miles away from Ferguson, Missouri - where on August 9th, 2014 Michael Brown an 18 year old unarmed African was shot several times by Cop Darren Wilson. Brown's death was the catalyst for a on-going campaign of African resistance in Missouri and across the world. On the evening of Monday November 24, 2014, St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced that there would be no grand jury indictment in the murder of Michael Brown, an 18 year old unarmed by Ferguson cop Darren Wilson. The resistance spread through 170 cities in the United States and hundreds of other cities in the world.

As the non indictments of killer cops have continued to come down from Eric Garner in Staten Island, NY and others, it is clear that the People are not going to let their murders deaths go unchallenged.

Berkeley Missouri, Mayor Theodore Hoskins - said at the press conference on the police murder of Antonio Martin - That Berkeley is not Ferguson. We will hear Chimurenga Waller, Director of Recruitment and Membership, of the African People's Socialist Party dissect that statement.

We will also hear from Kobina Bantushango of the African People's Socialist Party - discussing the shooting of Antonia Martin and the importance of community control of police in the African community.

Life Malcolm, is the Managing Editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper. After reporting extensively on police brutality and the police murder of Africans in Tampa, Malcolm's social media accounts were monitored and is now facing a possible 7 year sentence because of a Facebook post. His trial began on Monday, December 15th, in Tampa Florida. We will speak with him to get an update on his case and the attempt by the State to crush the press of African resistance.

OMALI YESHITELA - BREAKING IT DOWN - Ferguson, African Resistance and Beyond...
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2014-12-21

Tune into Africa Live on Sunday, December 21st, at 11AM ET on UhuruRadio.com where our guest will be Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International.

We will discuss the following topics: the frontline of African resistance in Ferguson. The upcoming January 3-4, 2015, Black People's Grand Jury in St. Louis, Missouri, the attempt to hijack the African Resistance through The National March on Police Violence, the implications of the US Senate Torture Report, and the financial collapse of Russia.

Featuring commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal - PrisonRadio.org, Glen Ford - Black Agenda Report, and music from Kendrick Lamar.

InPDUM's Call for Black People's Grand Jury in Ferguson, MO/ Black Community Control of Police /IRAN PRESS TV - Interviews the Leadership and Cadre of the African People's Socialist Party on Colonialism, Colonial Violence and the State of African Resistance in the U.S.
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2014-12-14

On December 11th, 2014 the St. Louis Chapter of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) held a press conference - which detailed that in the wake of the St. Louis County grand jury decision not to indict killer cop Darren Wilson in the August killing of 18-year-old unarmed Michael Brown that they would be holding a Black People's Grand Jury on January 3rd and 4th St. Louis, M.O.

We will also listen to the Iran Press TV interviews with the leadership and cadre of the African People's Socialist Party discussing Colonialism, Colonial Violence and the State of the African Rebellion in the United States.

SPECIAL LIVE BROADCAST - OMALI YESHITELA DISCUSSING THE REEMERGENCE OF THE AFRICAN REVOLUTON
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2014-12-07

TUNE IN THIS week on Africa Live for a SPECIAL LIVE BROADCAST featuring Omali Yeshitela discussing the reemergence of the African Revolution as the resistance growths throughout the United States and the world.

Yeshitela is founder and chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International.

African Internationalism is the Road Map for African Liberation
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2014-11-30

On the evening of Monday November 24th, 2014, St. Louis County prosecutor, Robert P. McCulloch, stood at a news conference packed with reporters from around the world. He announced a verdict that a grand jury comprised of nine whites and three blacks had agreed to in the case of Ferguson Missouri cop Darren Wilson in the murder of Michael Brown, an 18 year old unarmed African man-child on August 9th 2014. He said that the jury had decided to not indict the cop.

After 107 days of on-going active resistance by African people in Ferguson, Missouri, it was no surprise that the people met the police in the streets. The occupying army called the police have killed numerous African and other oppressed people before during and after the murder of Michael Brown. We need a plan for the moving forward of the liberation of Africa and African people on the continent and throughout the Diaspora.

On this episode of Africa Live, we present the African Liberation Day keynote address given by Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. He was speaking in Washington D.C. on May 24, 2014.

Ferguson - From This Day Forward / The Scramble for Africa / The Attack Against Revolutionary African Media
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2014-11-23

Tune into Africa Live on Sunday, November 23rd, at 11AM on UhuruRadio.com where our guests and topics will be:

Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International - Update on the frontline of African resistance in Ferguson, Missouri and the history of "The Scramble for Africa."

Mumia Abu Jamal's - commentary explaining the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, entitled, The Not So Grand Jury.

Life Malcolm, Managing Editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper - On the Attack Against Revolutionary African Media - The Targeting of An Editor. After reporting extensively on police brutality and the police murder of Africans in Tampa,Malcolm's social media accounts were monitored and is now facing a possible 7year sentence because of a Facebook post. His trial will begin on Monday, December 15th, in Tampa Florida.

Poetry from the Frontline / On The Day After the Verdict / African Internationalist Analysis - with Omali Yeshitela
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2014-11-09 We start with Raymond Nat Turner reading his poem, Black Is Back on Track. We then will hear Lawrence Hamm, Chairman of the People's Organization for Progress, issuing a call for the People to take to the streets, the day after the grand jury verdict in the death murder of Michael Brown by Ferguson cop Darren Wilson. The remainder of the show will feature an extended session of African Internationalist Analysis with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and African Socialist Internationalist. We will discuss the recent Black Is Back Coalition national mobilization in Washington, D.C., Zambia, Burkina Faso, and the upcoming Burning Spear Media Telethon November 15th and 16th.
Zaki Baruti / Dr. Iyapo Ngina / Edward Taylor / Yejide Orunmila
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2014-10-26 Interview with Zaki Baruti, write-in candidate for St. Louis County Executive in the upcoming November 4, 2014 Missouri general elections. Dr. Iyapo Moyende Ngina, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, returns for discussion on the Ebola virus. Edward Taylor talks about the killing of 7 year old Aiyana Stanley Jones in Detroit, Michigan on May 16, 2010. Edward Taylor is owner of the property where the killing took place. Yejide Orunmila of the Black is Back Coalition talks about the upcoming rally, march, and teach-in on November 1st and 2nd in Washington, DC. Follow the Black is Back Coalition on Twitter and Facebook.
Ferguson - Reemergence of Revolutionary Struggle / EBOLA - Fear Is Not A Cure / If They Silence Mumia.../Black Is Back Coalition: Reparations
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2014-10-19

Tune into AFRICA LIVE on UhuruRadio.com at 11:00AM ET on Sunday October 19th. The topics and guest will be:

Ferguson: The Reemergence of the Revolutionary Struggle - Omali Yeshitela, Chairman, African People's Socialist Party & African Socialist International

EBOLA: Fear Is Not A Cure - Iyapo Ngina, Doctor of Oriental Medicine

If They Silence Mumia... - Noelle Hanrahan, PrisonRadio.org

The Black Is Back Coalition: Reparations - Kamm Howard, The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America.

Ferguson Rebellion Update / The Quiet Genocide in Haiti / The Murder of John Crawford III / The Weightlifting Competition - October 25 / White Privilege
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2014-10-12

This week on Africa Live- our guest will be:

- Omali Yeshitela will report from the frontline of the Ferguson Rebellion. He will discuss the Washington D.C. November 1st & 2nd - Black Is Back Coalition - National Mobilization - Peace Through Revolution. Yeshitela is founder and chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International.

- Ezili Danto will discuss - The Quiet Genocide in Haiti. Danto is the founder of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network.

- Malaya Davis will report on the August 4th 2014 police murder of John Crawford III,in Beavercreek, OH. Crawford, a 22 year old unarmed African father was killed for carrying a toy rifle in Walmart. Davis is the Northeast Ohio Regional Organizer for the Ohio Student Association

- John Thomas - on the Annual Health Expo and Weightlifting Competition, which will take place on October 25th in St. Petersburg, Florida. Thomas is the manager of the All People's TyRon Lewis Community Gym.

- Penny Hess - on the trending topic: white privilege. Hess is the chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee.

Argentina, Foreign Affairs Magazine Attempt to Whitewash the Bloody History of Imperialism/ Ferguson, MO - The Resistance Continues / The Burning Spear Newspaper
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2014-10-05

On Tuesday October 1st, 2014 in Buenos Aires, Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner charged that domestic and US interests were pushing to topple her government, and could even kill her.

Kirchner said that on her recent visit to fellow Argentine Pope Francis - whose help she has sought in Argentina's ongoing debt default row-police warned her about supposed plots against her by Islamic State activists.She refuted their assessment and said quote, "So, if something happens to me, don't look to the Mideast, look north to the United States."

The July/Aug 2014 issue of Foreign Affairs Magazine - cover read : The Cold Wars Cold Cases: What Really Happened in Iran, Congo, Pakistan, Chile

These were all places in the world where popularly elected governments were installed by the majority of the people only to be overthrown by smaller armed forces within the country - if we believe Foreign Affairs - the US was present and informed but never directly involved.

We will talk with Omali Yeshitela - about the situation in Argentina and how it relates to the July/ August issue of Foreign Affairs magazine attempt to whitewash and revise the long bloody history of imperialism.

Omali Yeshitela - is the leader and founder of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International.

Next we will get and update on the frontline of the rebellion in Ferguson Missouri from two separate sources: Zaki Baruti - a member of the Universal African People's Organization of St. Louis, MOand Sister Herdosia - a resident of Ferguson, Missouri.

We will close out the show speaking with Life Malcolm, the Managing Editor of the Burning Spear Newspaper, on the October issue of the paper. The Burning Spear is the Oldest Black Power Newspaper in the world.

IRAQ / Ferguson, MO, Congressional Black Caucus, Black Is Back Coalition / Ebola / Tavon Grayson
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2014-09-28 Africa Live is a weekly show that brings you news and analysis from an African Internationalist perspective along with commentary and audio culture from throughout the African Diaspora. Today our guest on the 1st hour will be: Omali Yeshitela - we will discuss the recent events on the frontline of the rebellion in Ferguson, Missouri, the recent convention of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement in Newark, NJ, where he gave the keynote address, as well as the the 44th Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, D.C which started earlier this week. We will start of the hour discussing the Permanent State of War In IRAQ. The western media reports The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS ) is the new Al Qaeda as that emerged in war torn Syria in April 2013. There are conflicting reports about the name of this group, but what is clear is that they are imperialist financed foot soldiers of the Western military alliance. Their unspoken mandate is to wreck havoc and destruction in Syria and Iraq, acting on behalf of their US sponsors. The endgame is to transform countries into territories. Omali Yeshitela will give us an African Internationalist perspective of this event. Omali Yeshitela is the founder and chairman of the Uhuru Movement, the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. He is also the author of several books and he recently published, An Uneasy Equilibrium: The African Revolution versus Parasitic Capitalism. In the second hour we will talk with Luwezi Kinshasa about the Ebola pandemic and get a status update on the recent events in Libya. Kinshasa is the secretary general of the African Socialist International and writes extensively on international news for the Burning Spear Newspaper and Uhuru News.com We will close out the show speaking Diop Olugbala - reporting on a story breaking on UhuruNews.com entitled, In "The Land of Disney." On the evening of Tuesday, July 19, 2014, Orlando Florida police gunned down 23-year-old Tavon Grayson in a parking lot. Grayson who was hit a total of eight times, including once in the head. Noteworthy Historical Events: Sept 21st marks the 105th birthday of Osagyefo Dr, Kwame Nkrumah - the first president of Ghana. Kwame was a major figure in the promotion of the concept of African Unity and Pan-Africanism. While the bourgeoisie celebrates his birthday and African Liberation with the wearing of African clothing and traditional ceremonies, here are on Africa Live and Uhuru Radio we are committed to the discussion and promotion of African Internationalism - a philosophy that materially addresses the belief of Nkrumah the independence of individual Africa nations will always be at risk as long as the continent of Africa is not a single unified socialist working class led nation. Joan Cooper known by her pen name, J. California Cooper, was an African playwright and author. A writer of popular fiction, she wrote 17 plays and 12 novels books which focused on the lives and struggles of African women. Her folksy retelling and wisdom, brought forth voices of African woman in tales of love, family, and their day to day existence and history. Born - November 10, 1931 died at 82 years old on September 20, 2014. September 23rd marks the 88th birthday of John William Coltrane, also known as "Trane" Born in 1926 was an African jazz saxophonist and composer. Working in the bebop and hard bop idioms early in his career, Coltrane helped pioneer the use of modes in jazz and was later at the forefront of free jazz. He organized at least fifty recording sessions as a leader during his career, and appeared as a sideman on many other albums. He was a contemporary of trumpeter Miles Davis and pianist Thelonious Monk.
Ferguson - African Resistance / Two Tales of September 11th / Ebola / InPDUM Annual Convention - September 20-21 in Newark, NJ
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2014-09-14

This week on Africa Live- our guest will be:


Omali Yeshitela speaking on Ferguson Missouri and African Resistance, ISIS & NATO, and Two Tales of September 11th - America & Chile. Yeshitela is the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. APSP

Luwezi Kinshasa - discussing the politics of Ebola and recent events in Libya. Kinshasa is the Secretary General of the African Socialist International. ASI

Waleeah Brooks - discussing the upcoming International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement annual convention, entitled, "Block by Block, City by City, Let's Get Organized to Liberate the African Community" on September 20 -21st in Newark New Jersey. This event will mark 23 years of InPDUM fighting for African and oppressed working class people around the world. Brooks is the President of InPDUM. InPDUM

Moving Forward - Omali Yeshitela from the frontline of Ferguson, Missouri / Union del Barrio - from the frontline of California / Firoze Manji - Africa's Resources: Extraction vs Amputation
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2014-08-31

On today's show we will hear from Omali Yeshitela from on the frontline of the rebellion in Ferguson, Missouri. On August 9th, 2014 in the early afternoon Michael Brown an 18-year old unarmed African was killed with his hands and arms raised. Yesterday, August 30th A National March on Ferguson Missouri, Yeshitela will talk about the rebellion, the March and the forward motion of the African Revolution. Yeshitela is the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. ASIUHURU.ORG

Comrade Chavo from Union del Barrio will be joining us today to discuss the police beating of Marlene Pinnock and the police murders of Omar Abrego and Ezell Ford and the colonial conditions that Mexicans and Africans are living under in Los Angles and what is being done about it by the People. UniondelBarrio.org

The status and future of Africa's non-renewable natural resources is topic that we discuss often on Africa Live, today we will talk with Firoze Manjiwho recently wrote an article in Al Jazeera, entitled: Development or Amputation? The role of extractive industries: How much is Africa benefitting from the extraction of its abundant resources? Manji is the director of the Pan-African Baraza and was the the founder and former executive director of Fahamu and editor of Pambazuka Press, an online news magazine.


Omali Yeshitela - Field Report from the frontline of the rebellion in Ferguson Missouri.
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2014-08-24

On today's show we will hear from Omali Yeshitela from on the frontline of the rebellion in Ferguson, Missouri. On August 9th, 2014 in the early afternoon Michael Brown an 18-year old unarmed African was killed with his hands and arms raised. Yeshitela is the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. ASIUHURU.ORG


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The War Continues: IRAQ and GAZA/ Eric Garner / Ebola - the Attack on Africa/ the US-Africa Summit and the looting of Africa / The Murder of Renisha McBride
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2014-08-10

Join us this week on Africa Live when our guest will be:

Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International & The African People's Socialist Party, discussing Iraq and the Reinvasion by the United States, Gaza - the world is watching but does it make a difference, and the murder of Eric Garner and the ever increasing number of police attacks of the African community in the United States. APSPUHURU.ORG


Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General, African Socialist International, discussing White Biological Warfare: Ebola in Africa; and the 2014 US - Africa Leaders Summit that occurred last week in Washington DC.


Thandisizwe Chimurenga, revolutionary journalist, discussing the recently ended trial of Theodore Wayer for the cold blooded of Renisha McBride in Detroit. Chimurenga the author of "No Doubt: The Murder(s) of Oscar Grant." In "No Doubt," she connects the systematic state-sanctioned violence against young Black males nationally through the lens of Oscar Grant's murder. www.thandisizwe.net


The Chairman, Omali Yeshitela, SG Luwezi Kinshasa and four comrades discuss the recently concluded Cadre Development Intensive.
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2014-08-03 Comrades Fenty Tholley from Sierra Leone, West Africa; Makda Johannes from Stockholm, Sweden; Antonieta Gomes from Norway and Will Lockett from Chicago, USA join Ron Bobb-Semple to discuss their experiences at the recently concluded four week Cadre Development Intensive held at the Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, Florida. Also on the broadcast will be Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Secretary General of the African Socialist International, Luwezi Kinshasa to give an overview of the Cadre Intensive.
The History of the Party is Still Being Written/The Attack Continues/A Pan African Symposium/The Burning Spear Newspaper
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2014-07-27

Join us on Africa Live Sunday, July 27th at 11am ET when our guest will be:


Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International & The African Peoples's Socialist Party - discussing the last days of the month long Cadre Intensive of the African People's Socialist Party, the history of the African People's Socialist Party, and the importance of independent revolutionary media. APSPUHURU.ORG


Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General, African Socialist International, speaking on Ebola in Africa and the recent report by Health Poverty Action organization, entitled Honest Accounts?: The True Story of Africa's Billion Dollar Losses. This report looks at the amount Africa loses to the rest of the world, in comparison with what it receives in aid and other financial inflows. ASIUHURU.ORG


Itibari M. Zulu, the senior editor of The Journal of Pan African Studies, discussing the in Southern California. The purpose of the symposium is to acknowledge and advance progressive ideas, leadership, projects and programs in Africa and throughout the African world community designed to develop the intellectual, social, economic and cultural vitality of people of African heritage. Journal of Pan African Studies


Life Malcolm, Managing Editor of the Burning Spear Newspaper , speaking on the upcoming August issue of The Burning Spear Newspaper and his ongoing harassment by the Tampa Police Department since he has been exposing the colonial violence and murder that they inflict on the African community. UhuruNews.Com
Genocide in the Gaza / Nelson Mandela / Black Is Back Coalition
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2014-07-20

On Africa Live July 20th, 2014 our guest will be:

Omali Yeshitela- detailing the 2nd week of the month long Cadre Intensive of the African People's Socialist Party, his presentation,Why We Need The African People's Socialist Party, and the Gaza and genocidal war against the Palestinian people by the Israeli government. Yeshitela will discuss the July 17th, 2014,Malaysia Flight 17 that was shot down over the Ukraine killing all 298 people on board as another example of the thesis of his new book, An Uneasy Equilibrium: The African Revolution versus Parasitic Capitalism. Yeshitela is the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International - APSPUHURU.ORG

Luwezi Kinshasa- will discuss why Nelson Mandela Day - July 18th is being promoted by the imperialist and black bourgeoisie media, as well the validity of the claim by the Africa Union there is an "African Renaissance" taking place on the continent of Africa. Kinshasa is the Secretary General of the African Socialist International - (ASI) ASIUHURU.ORG

Lisa Davis - co-chair of the Black is Back Coalition (BIBC) and the Chair of the Health Working Group will discuss the attacks on the health of Africans and the upcoming Black Is Back Coalition annual conference taking place August 16th-17th in Philadelphia, PA featuring - Pam Africa, Kamm Howard, Omali Yeshitela, Glen Ford, Ron Bobb Semple - Black is Back Coalition

Cadre Intensive / The History of Africa / Revolutionary Education / African Women and The Revolution
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2014-07-13 Tune in to AFRICA LIVE on the Uhuru Radio Network at 11AM ET July 13th - our guest will be:

Omali Yeshitela - detailing the 1st week of the month long Cadre Intensive of the African People's Socialist Party, dialectical materialism, and horizontal violence and the increasing zones of militarization throughout the African community in the United States. Yeshitela is the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International APSPUHURU.ORG

Luwezi Kinshasa- presenting an alternative view of the History of Africa and the recent news from South Africa of President Jacob Zuma signing into law the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Bill- a claims process for African families forcibly removed from their land under the White apartheid regime's rule to apply for compensation. Kinshasa is the Secretary General of the African Socialist International - ASIUHURU.ORG

Dr. Samori Camara - discussing charter schools, the recent closing of all public school - elementary, junior high, and high school in New Orleans, the movement for home schooling of African children, Camara's home schooling teacher program - The Warrior Teacher and his school Kamali Academy - Kamali Academy

Yejide Orunmila - highlighting the struggle of African Women and the African Revolution. Orunmilia is the Information and Education Director of The All African People's Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) - DEVELOPMENT FOR AFRICA

The Building of Cadre / The Boko Haram / An Evening with Martin, Malcolm, and Marcus / Detroit Water Wars: An Imperialist Enforced Drought Against the African Community
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2014-07-06 On July 6th at 11am ET on Africa Live, guest host Alex Jordan Darby will interview Omali Yeshitela just hours before the start of the month long "Cadre Intensive". Yeshitela, the Chairman of the African Socialist International and the African People's Socialist Party, will talk about the aims and purpose of this event that has brought Africans from throughout the world to St.Petersburg, Florida to learn organize and work to change the world as the crisis of imperialism deepens everyday.

Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International, will discuss the Boko Haram and the explosion of the neo-colonial rule in Nigeria and the active and open presence of the imperialist white imperialist military.

Acclaimed Actor/ Director Ron Bobb Semple will talk with Dedan Sankara, about the Akwaaba Cultural Center and An Evening with Martin, Malcolm, and Marcus. The newly established, Akwaaba Cultural Center will produce is presenting stageplay,The Meeting by Jeff Stetson. Set in a hotel room, the play is a fictionalized account of a conversation between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr, that takes place hours before Malcolm is assassinated on February 21, 1965 in the Audobon Ballroom. Bobb Semple, will present his world renowned one man show,The Spirit of Marcus Garvey.

How can Detroit be in the midst of a water crisis, when it sits next to the Great Lakes which contains the largest body of freshwater on earth and 84 percent of North America's freshwater supply? Abayomi Azikiwe of the Moratorium NOW! Coalition, will explain and tell us about what has been happening in Detroit. Since April, 3000 residences a week have had their water service shut off if they owed $150.00 or had two months of non payment.With an African population of more than 80 percent, it is estimated between 200,000 to 300,000, residents will be affected by this Shock Doctrine measure. Recently, the United Nations declared the shutoffs a human rights violation.

IRAQ - Oil is Worth More than Blood...CHINA - The New Friendenemy of Africa
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2014-06-29 This week on Africa Live, Omali Yeshitela, is our guest on, This Moment In History, when we talk about two recent events: the invasion of Iraq and the emergence of the Chinese Military on the ground in Africa. Yeshitela is the Chairman of the African Socialist International and the African People's Socialist Party.

Early this month, an Arab armed fighting force, called ISIS which stands for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, begin to invade Iraq. As of today they have seized several major cities and are moving towards Baghdad. Iraq is a nation of 36 million people and is 169 square miles, which is the slightly larger than the total area of the United States city of Tampa, Florida.

The British established, the state of Iraq, through a 1920 mandate from the League of Nations. Since then imperialist have maintained a consistent instability in this region through the support of different religious and ethnic factions. Yeshitela will present the historical context of the imperialist attack on Iraq to control its oil reserves and production and address the reality of the US attack on Iraq in coming days.

China was a friend and has an extensive pedigree from its support of many African nations during and after their liberation struggles. It is a conservative estimate that more than 1 million Chinese live and work throughout Africa. In 2009, China surpassed the United States as Africa's largest trading partner.With a population of more than 1.3 billion people, heavily industrialized China has the second largest economy in the world and is considered a superpower. We will discuss with Yeshitela the troubling implications of the rise of China as the third superpower on the continent of Africa and the recent intervention of their military to protect its economic interest. He will explain the relationship between these two events and the thesis of his new book,An Uneasy Equilibrium: The African Revolution versus Parasitic Capitalism.

Kamm Howard on struggle for reparations; DFLP leader Abu Leila on Palestinian struggle for self-determination
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2014-06-22 Today's pre-recorded program is hosted by African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela. During the first hour, Chairman Omali talks with Kamm Howard, a long-time reparations activist based in Chicago, who is leading the Reparations Working Group of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations (BIBC). Brother Kamm will be speaking at the Coalitions annual Conference, August 16-17, 2014 in Philadelphia. For more information, visit blackisbackcoalition.org.
During the second hour, we re-broadcast an interview that Chairman Omali Yeshitela conducted on August 26, 2001 with Palestinian Legislative Council member Qais Abdul Kareem, also known as Abu Leila. Comrade Abu Leila is a founding member and long-standing leader of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a secular socialist organization, created in 1969. In light of the U.S. government's current threats to escalate its brutal military aggression against the Iraqi people, we share this historic discussion with you today. The African Socialist International condemns this ongoing colonial aggression being carried out by the regime of U.S. President Barack Obama.
This Moment in History - pre-recorded
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2014-06-08 This week on Africa Live on Uhuru Radio, we present a segment from the 1st Annual Minnesota Malcolm X Day Conference. The event took place on May 17th, 2014 in Minneapolis at North High School. In the closing address, Glen Ford, Executive Editor of the Black Agenda Report discussed the legacy of Malcolm X and the age old question of what he would think of this post integration historical circumstance of thousands of Black political officials and a Black President. Ford characterizes this phenomena as the Black Mis-leadership Class.
Africa Live - June 1, 2014
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2014-06-01

Africa Live brings news and analysis from the African Internationalist perspective and audio culture from various parts of the African Diaspora. We start today's show with a segment from Black Agenda Report Television which is the television portal for the website Black Agenda Report. On Tuesday, May 20, 2014, Executive Editor, Glen Ford interviewed, Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. He contextualizes the U.S. presidency of Barack Hussein Obama in the African Liberation Struggle.

We move on from there to discuss Maya Angelou, an African author and poet who died at the age of 86 on May 28, 2014. She presented her poetry throughout the world, published seven autobiographies, three books of essays, several books of poetry, and was credited with a list of plays, movies and television shows spanning more than 50 years. She received dozens of awards and over 30 honorary doctoral degrees. Angelou is best known for her series of seven autobiographies, which focus on her childhood and early adult experiences. The first, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969), tells of her life up to the age of 17 and brought her international recognition and acclaim. She was active in the Civil Rights Movement and worked with Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. She was counted among her contemporaries James Baldwin and John O Killens, and John Henrik Clarke. We listen to her read one of her most famous poems Still I Rise and then later we listen to an excerpt from an interview where she discussed her memories of Malcolm and his significance to the struggle.

We are going to close out today's show with a very special request from a special listener of Uhuru Radio - an extended playlist from Barrington Levy. We support progressive African music of yesterday and today.

African Liberation Day 2014
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2014-05-25 On this episode of Africa Live, we present the African Liberation Day keynote address given by Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International. Speaking in Washington D.C. on May 24, 2014, Yeshitela lays out the historical circumstances of the origins of African Liberation Day and strategy for liberation of Africa and African people.
Africa Live
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2014-05-18 Africa Live brings you the best in news and analysis from the African Internationalist perspective. Join us in a live discussion on a variety of topics affecting African people at home and abroad.
This Moment in History Live Featuring African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2014-05-11 This Sunday join host Dedan Sankara to hear a LIVE show with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and African Socialist International, speaking on the Boko Haram and the kidnapping of 300 young Nigerian women, also the recent statements by US Secretary of State John Kerry statements regarding the natural partnership between the resources of Africa and America and the offer to purchase the Congo democratic elections for 20 million dollars, and the upcoming political education on the position of the African People's Socialist Party on marijuana, drugs, and alcohol. To participate in this live In the US call - 727-569-1599 In the UK call - 020-8133-6629 Skype - uhururadio Email questions to dj@uhururadio.com Africa Live brings news and analysis from the African Internationalist perspective and audio culture from various parts of the African Diaspora every week on the Uhuru Radio Network.
Burning Spear interviews Krystal Muhammad, Chairwoman of the New Black Panther Party / The Lynching of Alfred Wright
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2014-04-27

Africa Live brings news, analysis, and from the African Internationalist perspective and music and audio culture from various parts of the African Diaspora.


On today's show we will start with a exclusive report: Omowale Kefing, Senior Editor of the Burning Spear Newspaper and Uhuru News.com interviewing Krystal Muhammad, Chairwoman of the New Black Panther Party. This interview with the newly appointed chairwoman took place on Monday April 14, 2014 in Houston, Texas.


The New Black Panther Party was initially founded in Dallas, Texas and would later bill itself as a national organization with Dr. Khalid Muhammad as it's Chairman. Upon the Death of Comrade Khalid Muhammad, the organization was then headed by Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz.


This is interview is important because of the work that the Party is doing in Hemphill, Texas around the murder and lynching of an African man in November 2013. After being missing since November 23rd, Alfred Wright's body was founded by volunteer searchers. His eyes were gouged out, throat was slashed, tongue and ears cut off out. The local coroner and sheriff have ruled Alfred Wright's death an accidental drug overdose.

African Internationalism Emphasized
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2014-04-20 Today on Africa Live on the Uhuru Radio Network is a rebroadcast of the February 24, 2013 episode of Africa Live.
Locating The Revolution - April of 1968 & 2014
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2014-04-13

This week guest host Alex Darby talks with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International and the African People's Socialist Party about Lil Bobby Hutton and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Last week on Africa Live we featured a presentation on Bobby Hutton and two speeches by Dr. King. Chairman Omali locates the historical connections between the assassinations of King and Hutton in April 1968 and the on going struggle for African Liberation.

In addition, Chairman Omali Yeshitela will talk about the upcoming Political Education Series on The African Nation being held on Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 4pm ET.
The April of 1968...
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2014-04-06

Africa Live brings news and analysis from the African Internationalist perspective and audio culture from various parts of the African Diaspora.


Today's show features two special segments - the first on the death of Little Bobby Hutton and the second on two speeches by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


We will look at the assassination of Little Bobby Hutton, the first member of the Black Panther Party. Hutton was 18 years old, when he was killed by Oakland Police on April 6, 1968, two days after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther Jr.


In the April 30, 1967 speech by Dr. King,"Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam," he said,"America and most of its newspapers applauded me in Montgomery when I stood before thousands of negroes getting ready to riot when my home was bombed and said 'We cannot do it this way.' They applauded us in the sit-in movement when we nonviolently decided to sit-in at lunch counters. They applauded us on the Freedom Rides when we accepted blows without retaliation. Oh the press was so noble in its applause and so noble in its praise when I was saying be nonviolent toward Bull Connor. There is something strangely inconsistent about a nation and a press that would praise you when you say be nonviolent toward Jim Clark but will curse and damn you when you say be nonviolent toward little brown Vietnamese children "


In Dr. King's April 3rd, 1968 speech,"I've Been to the Mountaintop,"he said, "Something is happening in our world. The masses of people are rising up. And wherever they are assembled today, whether they are in Johannesburg, South Africa; Nairobi, Kenya; Accra, Ghana; New York City; Atlanta, Georgia; Jackson, Mississippi; or Memphis, Tennessee -- the cry is always the same: 'We want to be free.'" In less than 24 hours King was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee on April 4, 1968.


Next week,Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African Socialist International and the African People's Socialist Party will join us here on Africa Live to discuss both Little Bobby Hutton and Dr. Martin Luther King and these speeches.

On the Invasion of the Ukraine and the Fundementals of African Internationalism
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2014-03-30

This week on Africa Live, in a pre-recorded segment entitled,This Moment In History, Dedan Sankara speaks with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the Africa Socialist International and the African People's Socialist Party, regarding the invasion of the Ukraine by Russia and an introduction to the core concepts of the philosophy of African Internationalism.


This episode will also include music and commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal on the destruction of public schools and Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report on the ransacking of the city coffers of post industrial Detroit.
The Frontline Is Everywhere - African Socialist International
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2014-03-23

On this episode of Africa Live, in a segment entitled,The Frontline Is Everywhere - Dedan Sankara talks with Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa of the African Socialist International about the development of his forthcoming book on Patrice Lumumba, the death of Chokwe Lumumba; a recent story that was widely circulated on the internet, 14 African Countries Forced by France to Pay Colonial Tax For the Benefits of Slavery and Colonization, by Mawuna Koutonin of Silicon Africa.com; on the anniversary of the 1960 Sharpsville Massacre we discuss the future of South Africa /Occupied Azania post-Mandela and the importance of building the African Socialist International; and the recent trial of two African Muslims,Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale in the UK that killed Lee Rigby, a British solider because they believed that he had killed other Muslims during never ending cycle of wars.

We will play an excerpt from Walter Rodney's presentation entitled, A Historical Class Analysis of Guyanese Society. Walter Rodney (23 March 1942 - 13 June 1980) was a prominent Guyanese historian, political activist and preeminent scholar, who was assassinated in Guyana in 1980. He is the author of Walter Rodney Speaks: the Making of an African Intellectual (1990); A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881-1905 (1981); How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (1972); A History of the Upper Guinea Coast (1970); The Groundings with my Brothers (1969).


Rodney viewed the role of the academic as a revolutionary role that required them to be solidly grounded in the African community and committed to the struggle and liberation of Africa and Africans.

Revolutionary Solidarity....
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2014-03-16 The first segment of Africa Live is entitled,This Moment In History an analysis of current events. Dedan Sankara interviews Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African Socialist International and the African People's Socialist Party, about the recent death of Chokwe Lumumba in Jackson, Mississippi. Yeshitela speaks on his relationship with Chokwe Lumumba, the history of the Republic of New Africa, the theory of the Black Belt, the historical relationship between their organizations, the tactic of revolutionary organizations using electoral politics to achieve gains, and the history of the imperialist in the murder of African leadership. It is clear from the interview that regardless of philosophical differences between Chokwe Lumumba and Chairman Omali Yeshitela there was a relationship of revolutionary solidarity and respect. The differences were always brought forth in principled struggles to sharpen their attacks against our colonial condition and imperialism. The segment concludes with the Chairman Omali speaking on the events unfolding with the imperialist sponsored destabilization of the sovereign nation of Venezuela. The second segment of Africa Live, highlights Womens History Month - we will hear from Fannie Lou Hamer a member of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, speaking to the Credentials Committee of the Democratic National Convention August 22nd, 1964 in Atlantic City New Jersey.
Raise High the Revolutionary, Feb 21st is the Day of the African Martyrs
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2014-02-23

This episode of Africa Live on the Uhuru Radio Network is entitled - Raise High The Revolutionary.

Join host Dedan Sankara on this episode which features - This Moment In History - an analysis of current events with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International and the African Peoples's Socialist Party.

They will discuss the African People's Socialist Party commemoration of Feb 21st as the Day of the African Martyrs. Yeshitela will focus on the assassinations of Malcolm X on February 21st,1965 and Huey P. Newton on August 22nd, 1989.

Yeshitela looks at the recent trial of white nationalist Michael Dunn in his on the street execution of 17 year old Jordan Davis in November 23, 2012 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Turning to the recent events in Venezuela, Yeshitela exposes the imperialist strategy of destabilization.

As Colorado and other states move to legalize and decriminalize marijuana, Chairman Omali states the position of APSP and targets the unaddressed factors that impact African and other oppressed communities - as he makes it clear that "The State has formally become a drug pusher."

We will close with an update on the African People's Socialist Party February 9th Dual & Contending Power Conference.

Music & Spoken Word:
The Last Poets - Panther
Steel Pulse - Tribute to the Martyrs
Mistah Fab - What Huey Told Me
Mumia Abu Jamal - Huey: A Memory 1942-1989
Amir Sulaiman - Come To The Hills
Lupe Fiasco - Around My Way
The Last Poets - Black Soldier
Nina Simone - Mississippi Goddamn
Meshell Ndegeocello - Four Women
The Last Poets - The Courtroom
Sunni Patterson - We Made It

Africa Live is pre-empted for the Imperialism in Crisis: Build Dual Power Conference, LIVE from St. Petersburg, Florida
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2014-02-09 Africa Live resumes on Sunday, February 16th, 2014.
Know Your History
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2014-02-02 This week on Africa Live on the Uhuru Radio Network - Know Your History is the show title and features the following segments: This Moment In History - an analysis of current events with Omali Yeshitela of the African Socialist International and the African Peoples's Socialist Party. We will discuss the history /role/and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. We will talk about Africom - a United States military program that is responsible military operations in 53 African nations - Africom - the shock troops of US imperialism. We will also discuss the role that Israel has played in the destabilization of Africa, and then conclude with importance of the The 14 Point Platform of the African People's Socialist Party. Haiti : In a State of Permanent War and Cholera January 12, 2014 marks the 4 year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. It is a disaster of unparalleled dimensions in the human history. Haiti - the beacon of African liberation has been in constant assault since they beat the French imperialist in the early 1800's. In a recent article - Ezili Danto comments on the history and contemporary moment in Haiti she says: "Haiti has been a reflection of European and US inhumanity towards the poor and African since their "New World" and updated feudal social order began. At this moment in Haiti ...It's still an international crime scene hidden behind false benevolence, false brotherhood, false charity, false aid. Those billed as the "do-gooders" are about initiating or exacerbating catastrophe then capitalizing on catastrophe. That's the profitable, parasitic formula." Join host Dedan Sankara on Africa Live for the best in news and analysis from an African Internationalist perspective.
Pre recorded this-moment-in-history-the-frontline-is-everywhere-the-burning-spear-report-when-those-words-were-spoken
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2014-01-19 This Sunday's show will be a pre-recorded broadcast of last weeks show. This Moment In History, features Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People's Socialist Party, discussing contemporary and historical events, the Legacy of Amiri Baraka, Haiti, COINTELPRO, and the 30th anniversary of Jesse Jackson on the Road to Damascus. The Burning Spear Report - interview with Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, Editor of the Burning Spear Newspaper, discussing the January 2014 issue. The Front Line is Everywhere - interview with African Socialist International, Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa on the recent imperialist intervention/attack of the Central African Republic by France, the upcoming elections in South Sudan, the presence of China in Africa, and a recent UK court ruling on the police murder of Mark Duggan that found that it is lawful to kill an unarmed African man.
Connecting The Points
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2014-01-12 "Connecting The Points" is the title of this episode of Africa Live hosted by Dedan Sankara. We begin the show with the poem "Somebody Blew Up America" by Amiri Baraka. Ten months after the 2001 World Trade Center attack, then New Jersey poet laureate Baraka wrote, "Who had the slaves Who got the bux out the Bucks Who got fat from plantations Who genocided Indians Tried to waste the Black nation." The founder of the Black Arts Movement,Baraka died January 9th,2014. THIS MOMENT IN HISTORY features a discussion with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party on contemporary and historical events. The topics for this episode: the recent death of poet and founder of the Black Arts Movement Amiri Baraka, Haiti, COINTELPRO and Betty Medsger's -The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover's Secret FBI COINTELPRO,the 30th anniversary of Jesse Jackson on the Road to Damascus, and the 14 Point Platform of the African People's Socialist Party and the Political Education Series that will occur on January 19th, 2014. THE FRONT LINE IS EVERYWHERE, features an interview with Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International. The topics for this episode: imperialist intervention/attack on the Central African Republic by France, the upcoming elections in South Sudan, the presence of China in Africa, and a recent UK court ruling on the police murder of Mark Duggan that found that it is lawful to kill an unarmed African man.
This Moment in History,Interview with Kwame Agomou
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2014-01-05 On today's show join Host Dedan Sankara in a pre-recorded interview with Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Freedom Fighter Lynne Stewart, who has recently been released from prison. Also hear from her husband Ralph Poynter. Also hear a pre-recorded interview with San Diego InPDUM force, Kwame Agomou who has recently suffered at the hands of the state.
This Moment in History, Isn't It Ironic, The Best of Africa Live 2013
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2013-12-29 Today's show is the final show of 2013. We will begin the show with this Moment In History. A discussion of current events with Chairman Omali Yeshitela featuring the 50th Anniversary of Kenya's Independence, Russel Shoatz and Lynne Stewart political prisoners - and what will be done to the aging political prisoners. From there we will go to a segment entitled, Isn't it ironic, where we will look into the recent attacks on Africans by Israeli and the ongoing programs that are reminiscent of the Nazi. I will speak with a Jonathan, an Eritrean refugee that escaped from Israel just a few days ago. Next we will listen African Live show excerpts from 2013. First Chairman Omali will lead a roundtable discussion on Christopher Dorner, the former cop and member of the U.S. navy who has launched attacks targeting Los Angeles police. The mainstream media is painting him as deranged. Africa Live presents the Uhuru African Internationalist perspective. With the groundbreaking news that the US Government's National Security Agency Prism program was created to spy on the emails and phone calls not only of U.S. residents but the whole world, we spoke to Glen Ford, the Executive Editor of the Black Agenda Report.
This Moment in History,The Burning Spear Report,The Front Line is Everywhere
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2013-12-22 Join host Dedan Sankara in the first segment as he speaks live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the recent 6th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party, December 7-11, 2013 and recent news from Occupied Azania/ South Africa. The second segment the Burning Spear Report, featuring Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, Editor of the Burning Spear Newspaper will be a discussion on the stories in the December issue, the Spear's coverage of colonial violence, and the 2014 subscription drive for the paper. The last segment, The Frontline Is Everywhere, features African Socialist International Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa, as we focus on the reports and news from the African Socialist International branches throughout the world.
Part 2 of the Opening Statement by Chairman Omali Yeshitela to the 6th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party / This Moment In History - A dialogue with Luwezi Kinshasa and Omali Yeshitela of the African Socialist International on South Africa and the death of Nelson Mandela.
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2013-12-15 On Africa Live we start the program with the second hour of Chairman Omali Yeshitela's opening address to the 6th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party. The first hour of the historic address was presented on the preceding broadcast of Omali Yeshitela Speaks. The 6th Congress took place December 5th -11th, 2013 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Attendees and presenters came from throughout the United States Africa, UK, the Caribbean, and South America. The second hour of the program features a special rare broadcast of This Is Moment In History. In the main studio of the Uhuru Radio Newtwork in St. Petersburg at the Uhuru House - African Socialist International, Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa and African Socialist International, Chairman Omali Yeshitela dialogue on the past and future of South Africa the day after the death of Nelson Mandela.
Africa Live was pre-empted to bring to you the live broadcast of the Sixth Congress of the APSP.
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2013-12-08 Africa Live resumes on Sunday, December 15th, 2013.
Chairman Omali fields questions on African Internationalism
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2013-12-01 On November 24, 2013, African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela was interviewed by WMNF radio host Otis Anthony in Tampa, Florida. This recording includes questions from the listeners and Chairman Omali's responses, regarding African Internationalism and the Chairman's assessment of the crisis of imperialism and the African People's Socialist Party's strategy for worldwide African liberation.
Taking it to the Streets in St. Pete / Coming To America / This Moment in History
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2013-11-24 African International hosted by Dedan Sankara begins with: Taking it to the Streets in St. Pete - interviews with community residents of St. Petersburg, FL and members of InPDUM regarding the recent string of police violence against Africans - InPDUM President Diop Olugbala, APSP National Office of Recruitment and Membership Chimurenga Waller, and Debbie Newkirk, whose brother Anthony was shot 6 times by Pinellas County sheriff's deputy. Anthony Newkirk is being denied bail and medical attention as he remains in jail with open wounds. Next in Coming To America, we talk with Fenty Tholley, Chair of African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone as he speaks on the conditions in Sierra Leone, his introduction to African Internationalism, and his experience on being an African in America. The show concludes with, This Moment In History, a pre-recorded interview with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela. We will discuss the public studies of the Political Report, the upcoming 6th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party in St. Petersburg Florida December 7th -11th, the recent press conference by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement highlight three separate cases of police violence in St. Petersburg, Florida; Friday November 22, 2013 marks the 50-year anniversary of US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy assassination in Dallas, Texas. The mantle of being Kennedy is touted by every us democratic presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and Barack Hussein Obama and the idealism of Camelot is heralded as a symbol of American greatness - the Chairman offers alternative perspective on the legacy of Kennedy. The segment concludes with Yeshitela discussing the recent findings by Swiss researchers that the 2004 death of Palestinian National Authority, President Yasser Arafat was a political assassination by chemical poisoning.
Live Study on the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections VIII & IX
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2013-11-17 Join African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela as he leads the 4th and final live study session on Sections VIII and IX of the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party.

Download the Political Report here. Download the Study Guide here.

Register today for the 6th Congress in St. Petersburg, Florida from December 7-11, 2013.

Live study on the Political Report to Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections VI and VII
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2013-11-10 Join African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela as he leads a live study session on Sections VI & VII of the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party.

Download the Political Report here. Download the Study Guide here.

Mark your calendars for the final study session on November 17th!

Register today for the 6th Congress in St. Petersburg, Florida from December 7-11, 2013.

Live Study on the APSP's Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections IV & V
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2013-11-03 Join African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela as he leads a live study session on Sections IV and V of the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party. Listen live on Uhuru Radio.

Download the Political Report here. Download the Study Guide here.

Mark your calendars for the remaining study sessions on November 10th and 17th!

Register today for the 6th Congress in St. Petersburg, Florida from December 7-11, 2013.

This Moment in History; Discussion on the 6th Congress and Chairman Omali Yeshitela's World Tour
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2013-10-27 This week on Africa Live, before replaying an extended excerpt of the first public study of the Political Report to the 6th Congress Dedan Sankara will host, This Moment In History, featuring Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party. They will discuss the release and study of this seminal report and the upcoming 6th Congress. Highlighting the recent presentations that Chairman Omali made during his World Tour stops of the Midwest of the United States, and the recent speeches of Bolivia's Evo Morales and Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe at the United Nations declaring their respective sovereignty, as well as the the call for African leaders to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. The segment closes with a brief commemoration of the political legacy of the Grenadian New Jewel Movement and assassination of Maurice Bishop, and the importance of the political education and development of the People as a way to ensure the survival of a revolutionary movement.
Live Study on the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections I to III
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2013-10-20 Join African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela as he leads a live study session on Sections I to III of the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party. Listen live on Uhuru Radio or view the live broadcast at: UhuruNews.com/video/live.

Download the Political Report here. Download the Study Guide here.

Mark your calendars for the remaining study sessions on November 3rd, 10th, and 17th!

Register today for the 6th Congress in St. Petersburg, Florida from December 7-11, 2013.

Presentation by Omali Yeshitela, Dr. Raymond Winbush; Aleta Alston-Toure
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2013-10-13 African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela's presentation as a people's advocate at the 4th session of the World Tribunal on Reparations to Black people in the United States, held in Akron, Ohio in 1985. Dedan Sankara discusses reparations with Dr. Raymond Winbush, author and director of the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Director of The New Jim Crow Movement and InPDUM member, Aleta Alston-Toure, talks about the case and conviction of Marissa Alexander, the Free Marissa Now campaign, the criminal justice system and current struggles of African people in Jacksonville, Florida. Marissa Alexander was sentenced to 20 years of incarceration in Florida for self-defense.
Live discussion with ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela; Ralph Poynter; Aleta Alston-Toure
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2013-08-25 Host Dedan Sankara will be joined by African Socialist International, Chairman, Omali Yeshitela in the first segment of the show as they discuss current world events. In the second segment they will be joined by Ralph Poynter as they discuss such topics as the Lynne Stewart case. Aleta Alston-Toure of the New Jim Crow Movement, the Southern Freedom Movement, and the Independent People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) addresses the colonial conditions of Africans in the court system in Jacksonville, FL and the case of Marissa Alexander, who was sentenced to 20 years for self-defense in a domestic violence incident. The verdict is under appeal.
Chairman Omali Yeshitela; President Diop Olugbala; rapper Jasiri X
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2013-08-18 Alex Jordan discusses events taking place at the Black is Back Coalition conference in New York City with African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and President Diop Olugbala of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM). Dedan Sankara interviews Pittsburgh based, conscious rapper Jasiri X.*WARNING* This episode contains adult language.
Chairman Omali Yeshitela on World Tour and Health & Fitness, Tyron Lewis Community Gym
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2013-07-21 Join guest Host Dedan Sankara as he talks live with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International about his current amazing worldwide Tour to promote the 6th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party and his recent appearance at the Harlem Book Fare. Also his journey to health and fitness. In the second hour he will be joined by John Thomas, Gym Manager at the Tyron Lewis Community Gym in St. Petersburg, FL and Damon Reio, owner of St Pete Boot Camp, also located in St. Petersburg, FL in a live discussion about health and fitness and the African community along with current events and programs available at the Tyron Lewis Community Gym in St. Petersburg, FL.
There Is A War Going On...
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2013-07-14

In the first hour, join host Dedan Sankara for a segment entitled, There Is A War Going On...Sankara will interview organizers from around the country.

  • Kali Akuno, a national organizer for the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement speaking on their report Operation Ghetto Storm: 2012 Annual Report on the Extrajudicial Killing of Black People.
  • Diop Olugbala, International President of InPDUM, speaking on the campaigns to end Stop & Frisk and its relationship to the social containment and colonial violence against Africans.

In the second hour, host Ron Bobb-Semple talks live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela about last night's "not guilty" verdict in the murder trial of vigilante George Zimmerman, who tracked and shot down young unarmed Trayvon Martin.

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Ralph Poynter on the Lynne Stewart case; Live discussion with Chairman Omali Yeshitela on current world events
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2013-07-07 This week on Africa Live, join host Dedan Sankara for an interview with Ralph Poynter, husband of Lynne Stewart, a lawyer that has defended numerous activist in the anti-imperialist movement. Stewart is battling cancer, a few days ago her application for a compassionate medical release was rejected by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Also join Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International, live in the studio to discuss current world events through the lens of African Internationalism. We will take your calls via telephone and Skype.
PRISM and COINTELPRO: Obama's Secret War on the African Community
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2013-06-30 This week Africa Live is presenting a special 3-hour show looking in to the recent revelations that the Obama administration presides over the NSA's program to spy on the emails and phone calls not only of U.S. residents but the whole world. Host Dedan Sankara will probe into the NSA's PRISM program and its legal and political ramifications as well as its historic connection to the U.S. government's COINTELPRO which assassinated our leaders and imprisoned our activists in the 1960s and 70s. Guests on the show will include Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report Executive Editor; Attorney Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights; Chairman Omali Yeshitela, leader of the African Socialist International, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala and Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa from London.
Report-back on Sierra Leone organizing tour
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2013-06-23 Join African Socialist International Chairman, Omali Yeshitela in a live discussion with Uhuru Movement forces just back from Sierra Leone, West Africa. He will be joined by International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President, Diop Olugbala and by the director of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project, Dr. Aisha Fields.
Guest Host Dedan Sankara,upcoming USM Convention, Worldwide Tour update, Paris African Liberation Day
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2013-06-09 Join guest host Dedan Sankara as he interviews Stephanie Midler, Chair of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement about the upcoming National Convention. Also a live discussion with African Socialist International Chairman, Omali Yeshitela from Stockholm, Sweden on his worldwide pre-congress tour. In addition, hear from African Socialist International Secretary General, Luwezi Kinshasa on the recent African Liberation Day in Paris, France. And an interview with forces in Europe, Likay and Makda on African Liberation Day in Paris, France as well.
Special Broadcast with guest host Diop Olugbala;Report from Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2013-05-19 Join Special Guest Host International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President, Diop Olugbala in a live discussion with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International as he reports from Ghana and discussion on the recent events in New York. Also featured will be African People's Socialist Party-USA, Secretary General Gaida Kambon and Dr. Aisha Fields, director of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Program. And various special guests from the motherland sharing why we must do this important work.
Special Broadcast, Uhuru Sweeps Through the Motherland!, Build the Africa Tour Fund!
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2013-05-12 This week's episode will feature Guest Host Diop Olugbala, President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement. Join in a live discussion where President Olugbala will be interviewing a panel of very important guests including Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International,who will be speaking about the upcoming Africa Tour and report live from Ghana, where he is on the ground. In addition Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International and Gaida Kambon, Secretary General of the African People's Socialist Party-USA and Dr. Aisha Fields, Director of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project will discuss the upcoming tour that will bring INPDUM, AAPDEP and the ASI itself to every corner of the motherland. As well as how you can participate in the important work.
Assata Shakur put on FBI's "Most Wanted" list as "terrorist". Hands off Assata!
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2013-05-05 Join in a live discussion with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess on the recent move by the State to add Assata Shakur to the FBI's most wanted list as a terrorist.
Pre-recorded discussion with Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing; The Boston Marathon Bombings
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2013-04-21 Pre-recorded discussion with ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing a continuation of last weeks captivating discussion and in the second hour hear both African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing in a discussion on the Boston marathon bombings.
Live interview with Burning Spear Editor, Omowale Kefing
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2013-04-14 Join ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela in an exciting and live interview and discussion with veteran of the African People's Socialist Party and Burning Spear Editor, Omowale Kefing on the Oakland Years, the campaign to Free Dessie Woods, The Burning Spear and the First Tribunal on Reparations.
InPDUM President Diop Olugbala; Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing
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2013-03-31 Join in a live discussion with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela with International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala and Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing on the March 23 & 24, 2013 International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement Convention held in St. Petersburg, FL
DiaFar President Federico Pita of Argentina;Alkebu-Lan Revivalist Movement Leader Brother Mbandaka
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2013-03-17 Hear a dynamic interview by African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela with Federico Pita, President of Diafar, Diaspora Africana De La Argentina. In the second hour listen to an interview with Brother Mbandaka, leader of Alkebu-Lan Revivalist Movement of London, UK. The Alkebu-Lan Center is a rare resource for the African community in London. They currently face an urgent threat to their continued ownership of this important building. Uhuru News calls on everyone to contribute to the effort to save this African center. - Donate by bank transfer to: Nat. West Bank, Account No: 23503351 Sort Code: 56:00:17 Account Name: Mama Afrika - Donate by Paypal (Please send an email to omowale _ kwaw@yahoo.co.uk to receive a paypal payment request) - In person at Mama Afrika Kulcha Shap, 282 High Road Leyton, E10 5PW (Business hours) Mon- 1pm-7pm & Tues-Sat 10am -7pm.
Black Star Industries-Building African Economic Future; International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement Convention Preview
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2013-03-10 Join African Socialist International, Chairman Omali Yeshitela as he speaks with Markus Kothner, Assistant Director, Office of Economic Development and Finance,about Black Star Industries, what institutions the African People's Socialist Party are currently engaged in. And in the second hour he speaks with International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President, Diop Olugbala about the upcoming International conference, being held in St. Petersburg, FL
What is a Party?;What does the Party mean to the various areas of work and the world
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2013-02-24 Join in on a continued discussion with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa along with Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing on what a Party is and the characteristics of a Revolutionary Party. In the second hour the discussion will be on what the Party means to the various areas of work and the world.
Part 1: Talk about the Christopher Dorner case. Part 2: Controversy surrounding the ancient Olmec
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2013-02-17 For the first hour, African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela talks live with Omowale Kefing, Editor of The Burning Spear newspaper, and Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee about the Christopher Dorner case. For the second hour, Chairman Omali talks live with African Socialist International Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa and Penny Hess about the controversy surrounding the ancient Olmec.
Former cop declares war on Los Angeles police
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2013-02-10 Chairman Omali Yeshitela leads a discussion on Christopher Dorner, the former cop and member of the U.S. navy who has launched attacks targeting Los Angeles police. The mainstream media is painting him as deranged. Uhuru Radio gives you the African Internationalist perspective.
Gaming Referendum in The Bahamas
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2013-02-03 Join a live discussion with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Caribbean Representative Alex Morley of Nassua, Bahamas on the Gaming Referendum in the Bahamas and the struggle for independent African economic power.
Review of "Django Unchained"; The truth about the war in Mali and Northwest Africa
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2013-01-27 Join in a live discussion with African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Omowale Kefing, editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper about the movie "Django Unchained". In the second hour tune in for a pre-recorded discussion with ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela and ASI Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa, in London, England on the truth about the the war in Mali and Northwest Africa.
Replay-Black Death in White Germany; Fiscal Cliff interview with Glen Ford
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2013-01-20 On December 14, 2012 a 35-year-old African political activist died in Germany. A victim of white left feminist ideology, his death was officially recorded as suicide. However, an investigation of the circumstances leading to his death reveals he was just another victim of colonial domination, physical and ideological. Unia Leti and Akua Leti, two members of the Uhuru Movement, friends and allies of the dead victim will discuss his death and the ideological pressures facing Africans living in Germany. The current crisis of imperialism that is also reflected in the economic instability of the primary capitalist countries throughout the world is, within the U.S., being discussed as a horrible confrontation of a fiscal cliff that promises doom and despair for Africans and others lest something drastic is done to avoid it. Glen Ford, Executive Editor of Black Agenda Report and the vice chairman of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations will provide an analysis that will expose the real reason for the manufactured fiscal crisis and its implication for the well-being of the people.
Black Death in White Germany / What Fiscal Cliff?
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2013-01-13 On December 14, 2012 a 35-year-old African political activist died in a German city near Frankfurt. A victim of white left feminist ideology, his death was officially recorded as suicide. However, an investigation of the circumstances leading to his death reveals he was just another victim of colonial domination, physical and ideological. Unia Leti and Akua Leti, two members of the Uhuru Movement, friends and allies of the dead victim will discuss his death and the ideological pressures facing Africans living in Germany. The current crisis of imperialism that is also reflected in the economic instability of the primary capitalist countries throughout the world is, within the U.S., being discussed as a horrible confrontation of a fiscal cliff that promises doom and despair for Africans and others lest something drastic is done to avoid it. Glen Ford, Executive Editor of Black Agenda Report and the vice chairman of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations will provide an analysis that will expose the real reason for the manufactured fiscal crisis and its implication for the well-being of the people.
2012 Uhuru Movement in Review; Looking forward to 2013, Parts One and Two.
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2012-12-30 Special 3-hour "Africa Live" year-end wrap-up. The first hour will focus on world events and political developments of 2012. The second hour will review the 2012 achievements of the Uhuru Movement as they have advanced the international African revolution. The 3-hour special will continue during the regular program slot for "Reparations in Action" and will introduce the 2013 plans for the leading organizations and projects of the Uhuru Movement. Join African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela, African People's Socialist Party Economic Development and Finance Director OnaZene Yeshitela, African Socialist International Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa, Burning Spear Newspaper Editor Omowale Kefing, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala, All African People's Development and Empowerment Project Director Aisha Fields, African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess, African People's Socialist Party Director of Membership and Recruitment Chimurenga Waller, African Socialist International Europe regional representative Unia Leti, African Socialist International Caribbean regional representative Alex Morley and Uhuru Solidarity Movement Outreach Coordinator Jesse Nevel.
School shooting in U.S.; Drug-dealing HSBC banksters go free
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2012-12-23 Talk live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela and a live panel discussing current events, including the killing of 20 children at an elementary school in Connecticut, and the recent exposure of more drug-dealing on the part of major imperialist banking institutions. As reported in Uhuru News, "HSBC (Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corporation) was founded in 1865 as Britain's main drug pusher in Asia, which, along with the trade in African people and the colonial domination of much of the world, is the basis for the wealth of Britain, the U.S. and world capitalism today. While one out of every eight people incarcerated in the entire world is an impoverished African in the U.S., the HSBC bank simply paid $1.9 billion to the cash-strapped U.S. government and charges were dropped. The $1.9 billion is just a drop in the bucket of HSBC's 173 billion dollars in shares on the stock market and assets of 2.6 trillion dollars. "
Elementary school shootings in Connecticut; U.S. threatens war on Syria
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2012-12-16 Talk live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela about current events, including the killing of 20 children at an elementary school in Connecticut and the killing of 20 African migrants attempting to enter Greece by boat, as well as a discussion on the expected U.S. military assault on Syria.
1st hour: Free Palestine! 2nd hour: Down with Sinter Klass and Zwarte (black) Pete!
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2012-12-09 1st hour: Hear an historic discussion between African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Palestinian Parliament member Qays Abdul Kareem, also known as Abu Leila. Comrade Abu Leila is a founding member of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a secular socialist organization, created in 1969, which in 2006 was one of a group of independent parties that won approximately 10% of the vote in elections for the nominally independent Palestinian state's governing body. Abu Leila gives an in-depth review of the history of the Zionist aggression against Palestine, providing background for the current Israeli assault on Gaza.

2nd hour: As international condemnation of Amsterdam's annual Sinter Klass parade - a racist spectacle of white people in black face as 'Zwarte (black) Pete' enacting a white nationalist story of colonial plunder - heightens, we bring you a conversation that Chairman Yeshitela held on November 28th, 2004 with Peggy Burke, an African activist from the Netherlands.

Part 1: Black Star Industries, economic engine for liberation. Part 2: Interview with Abdul Ali, victim of U.S. secret prisons
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2012-12-02 In the first hour, African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela talks with Black Star Industries Director OnaZene Yeshitela and Assistant Director Markus Kothner about their work to build ASI's unified African economy. In the second hour, Chairman Omali interviews Abdul Ali, victim of U.S. secret prisons. Ali, a named party in a current lawsuit against Attorney General Eric Holder, talks about the living conditions in the Communications Management Units at Marion and Terre Haute, including life-threatening denial of medical care, constant threats and violence by ex-soldier guards, open sewage, toxic flooding and denial of family contact visits in the formerly condemned death row building.
Self-determination for the Roma people. News of struggle in Congo.
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2012-11-25 African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela talks live in the first hour with Filiz Demirova on the struggle of the Romani people for justice and self-determination. In the second hour he talks live with African Socialist International Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa about current political and military developments in his birth country of Congo.
Omali Yeshitela and Glen Ford discuss Obama election victory, Petraeus resignation and Israeli attacks on Palestine
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2012-11-18 African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela talks with Black Agenda Report Senior Editor Glen Ford about the recent electoral victory of U.S. President Barack Obama, the resignation of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Director David Petraeus, and Israel's escalation of military aggression against the Palestinian people in Gaza.
Replay - What's the real deal behind Obamacare?
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2012-10-21 As the U.S. presidential elections approach and the media propaganda heats up, Uhuru Radio presents a timely replay of Nyabinga Dzimbahwe's talk with Glen Ford, Executive Editor of BlackAgendaReport.com, about the Obama regime's healthcare bill.
African Internationalism is spreading in Europe
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2012-10-07 The vision of Marcus Garvey, that is being carried out by the bold leadership of Omali Yeshitela, the leader and founder of the Chairman of the African Socialist International is spreading in Europe. For the first time in Europe, a philosophy uniting African people in Europe and around the world is threatening to transform the African community and the political landscape of Europe itself. Hear reports from different fronts of the African struggle in Europe, which is gripped by the fever of the Marcus Garvey Legacy Tour, which is headed for England, Sweden, Germany and Belgium.
Rage and Resistance in North Africa and the Middle East
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2012-09-23 African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela talks with ASI Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa about the work to build the revolutionary organization for African liberation. They discuss the current rage that is sweeping much of the Arab and Muslim world in response to some of the latest imperialist humiliations heaped upon billions of people who have suffered centuries of religious and national oppression, mostly at the hands of Europeans.
Growing resistance in North Africa, the Middle East and South Africa, and It's impact on Europe
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2012-09-16 African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela talks with ASI Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa (currently based in London) and ASI representative Unia Leti (currently based in Germany) about the unfolding events, crisis and resistance of colonized people in North Africa, Yemen and South Africa. They discuss the ASI's theory of African Internationalism, the emotional, economic and political response by the Germans, Brits and Europeans to these events - specifically the position that Europe's future, like its past, is being determined by its relationship to the pedestal upon which the parasitic world economy rests.
Africa and the world - the way forward
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2012-09-02 Tune in to hear African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela and London-based ASI Secretary-General Luwezi Kishasa discuss current developments in Africa and why the ASI is the only instrument that will overturn the crisis for Africa and African people worldwide.
AAPDEP School of Nursing: the 21st Century Black Cross Nurses
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2012-07-22 This week, host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Dr. Aisha Fields, Director of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) and Camilla Hippolyte, also from AAPDEP, about the AAPDEP School of Nursing in Sierra Leone that recently graduated its first class of 45 nurses and the effort to raise resources for the program.
What's the real deal behind Obamacare?
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2012-07-15 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks with Glen Ford, Executive Editor of BlackAgendaReport.com, about the Obama regime's healthcare bill to give a clear picture of what it means above the debate.
Interview with Lawrence Hamm on March and Rally for Jobs, Peace, Equality and Justice
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2012-07-08 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Lawrence Hamm of People's Organization for Progress (POP) about the organization's March and Rally for Jobs, Peace, Equality and Justice taking place Wednesday July 11 in Newark, New Jersey.
Free Eric Oliver! It's Trayvon Martin all over again, but this time the victim won!
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2012-06-24 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Denese Strong, the mother of 18-year-old Eric Oliver who is sitting in jail with $100,000 bond after having defended his family from a group of white men who came to his home to attack a 16-year-old inside.
Coup in Mali
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2012-04-08 Host Nyabinga talks live with Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International, about the recent coup in Mali and the role of U.S. and French imperialists in Mali
Uhuru Movement march demands justice for Trayvon Martin
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2012-04-01 Listen to coverage of the Uhuru Movement march for justice for Trayvon Martin that took place Saturday, March 31 in St. Petersburg, FL.
Justice for Trayvon Martin and the struggle for black power
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2012-03-25 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosts a discussion on the Trayvon Martin and Rekia Boyd cases and the struggle for power to defend our own community.
Building the African Revolution in the Americas
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2012-03-11 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with African People's Socialist Party-Bahamas organizers Alex Morley and Charo Walker about the upcoming April 6-9 Regional Conference of the African Socialist International to be held in Nassau, Bahamas.
Police lock up young African for his music video
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2012-02-12 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with the mother of Fred Reio, a young African targeted and arrested by St. Petersburg, Florida police after following him on Facebook and watching his music video on YouTube. In the second half of the show, Nyabinga interviews Chimurenga Waller, Director of the National Office of Recruitment and Membership of the African People's Socialist Party USA about the Party's upcoming National Plenary.
Interview with Ludo De Witte, author of "the Assassination of Lumumba"
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2012-01-29 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with author Ludo De Witte about his book "the Assassination of Lumumba" and the circumstances surrounding the imperialist attack on the Democratic Republic of Congo's freedom struggle and leadership.
From the frontlines of Congo demonstrations
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2011-12-25 Africa Live continues coverage of the worldwide demonstrations of thousands of Africans around the election crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo with interviews on the front lines of demonstrations in London, England and Paris, France.
Africans opposing reinstallation of neocolonial government in Congo
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2011-12-11 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with activists from the Democratic Republic of Congo mobilizing around the world against the imposition of the neocolonial Kabila regime.
Tribute to Fred Hampton and Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe
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2011-12-04 Today we replay a tribute program to assassinated Black Panther leader Fred Hampton and Pan Africanist Congress of Azania founder Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe. December 4 is the anniversary of the assassination of Fred Hampton and Mark Clark and December 5 is the birthday of Sobukwe.
Elections in Congo; Struggle Against Imperialist Assault on Somalia
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2011-11-27 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with comrades from the Democratic Republic of Congo about the upcoming national elections and the future of the people of the region.
Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations Conference to "Stop the Wars and Build the Resistance." Part 2
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2011-11-06 Hear a replay of the second two hours of the Black is Back Coalition's November 5, 2011 National Occupy Philadelphia Conference to "Stop the Wars and Build the Resistance". Includes presentations by Black Agenda Report Senior Editor Glen Ford, on "The necessity of oppressed people to intervene in Occupy Wall Street Movement"; Malcolm X Center for Self Determination Director Efia Nwangaza, on "Durban Conference as it relates to the overall Black Liberation movement."; People's Organization for Progress Chairman Larry Hamm, on "Practical Political Actions that must be taken up as form of Resistance"; Philadelphia Mayoral Candidate Diop Olugbala, Union Del Barrio representative on "Indigenous and Immigration Rights; and open discussion.
Resistance in Philadelphia: Nov. 5 Black is Back Occupy Philly, Nov. 8 Vote for Diop!
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2011-10-30 The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations calls for a National Occupy Philly March and Conference on November 5, 2011. On November 8, 2011 voters in Philadelphia have a chance for real change by voting for Diop Olugbala for Mayor. Learn about these campaigns and more, as resistance grows in this majority African city in the U.S. northeastern region.
The Truth about Libya
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2011-10-23 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with African Socialist International Secretary-General Luwezi Kinshasa about the imperialist assassination of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and the overthrow of the Libyan government. Sharing audio clips from the imperialist media as well as from leaders and analysts of the struggle for social and economic justice and national sovereignty for Libya, Dzimbahwe and Kinshasa will discuss the living conditions for the Libyan people under Gaddafi, the Libyan government's involvement in economic development throughout the African continent, what is the background of the people in the National Transition Council and what is the role of international governments and military forces in planning and executing the overthrow of the Libyan government.
AAPDEP do-for-self programs in Sierra Leone growing strong
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2011-10-16 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews representatives of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project on its growing programs in several cities in Sierra Leone, West Africa addressing infant and maternal mortality as well as farming and clean water programs.
Ten years later: Retrospective on world events in the aftermath of the 9/11/01 attack on the NYC World Trade Center
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2011-09-11 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela about the background, U.S. response and current world situation relative to the 9/11/01 attack on the NYC World Trade Center.
UK on fire: support African resistance!
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2011-08-14 Live discussion with activists on the ground in London, examining the root causes of the rebellions that swept the UK in August 2011.
Freedom Summer Updates | POP Chairman Lawrence Hamm on Daily People's Campaign for Jobs, Peace, Equality and Justice
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2011-07-31 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with Uhuru Freedom Summer Project participants and interviews Lawrence Hamm, Chairman of the New-Jersey based People's Organization for Progress about their "Daily People's Campaign for Jobs, Peace, Equality and Justice." Find more info at www.njpop.org
Live from Freedom Summer in St. Pete!
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2011-07-24 Heading into the 3rd week of the Uhuru Freedom Summer Project 2011, participants from Tampa, Houston, NYC, Toronto, and beyond, have been hard at work studying the science of social development and organizing the community to take the power into the hands of the African working class. Talk live with them about their experiences. Also, learn about the August 20th International Day of Action called by the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Reparations and Peace.
Talk live with Freedom Summer participants
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2011-07-17 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with Freedom Summer participants about the life-changing experiences they're having in the City of Resistance.
Clips from African Liberation Day 2011
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2011-05-29 In this show, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays clips from the African People's Socialist Party USA's African Liberation Day event held on May 21, 2011 in Washington DC at the Roots Public Charter School.
Replay of African Liberation Day 1986 clips
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2011-05-08 Today's program is a replay of a show aired originally on May 6, 2007. In this program, clips from African Liberation Day 1986 were played. That particular ALD was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the year following the bombing of the African community in Philadelphia, ordered by neocolonial mayor Wilson Goode.
Live discussion on unrest in Burkina Faso, crisis in Ivory Coast, imperialist attack on Libya. Looking at why the U.S. government killed MLK
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2011-04-03 Live discussion with Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International (ASI) on unrest in Burkina Faso, crisis in Ivory Coast and updates on the imperialist attack on Libya. Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe also takes a look on this anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. at why the U.S. government killed him.
Hands off Libya! Stop U.S. imperialist attacks!
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2011-03-20 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews African Socialist International (ASI) Secretary-General Luwezi Kinshasa on the imperialist assault on Libya occurring now. ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela also joins the discussion by phone.
Assassination threats against Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2011-02-27 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will discuss recent threats and calls for the assassination of Chairman Omali Yeshitela on a nationally syndicated radio show. We'll play clips from the radio show and also discuss the current situation in St. Petersburg, Florida where a counterinsurgent military occupation of the African community included the use of snipers, tanks and helicopters as well as searches of vehicles, rushing of homes and the pointing of assault rifles in the faces of African residents.
Interview with cast members of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
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2011-02-13 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews three cast members of the production Ma Rainey's Black Bottom that has been playing at the American Stage Theater in St. Petersburg, Florida since January 18. Join in as Nyabinga interviews Kim Sullivan, Ben Cain and Ron Bobb-Semple. The run of the play has been extended to February 20. Get tickets to see it at americanstage.org
Interview with ASI Secretary-General on Egypt situation
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2011-02-06 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews ASI Secretary-General Luwezi Kinshasa about the situation in Egypt.
Tribute to Fred Hampton and Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe
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2010-12-05 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe does a tribute to assassinated Black Panther leader Fred Hampton and assassinated founder of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe. Fred Hampton was assassinated December 4, 1969. Robert MAngaliso Sobukwe was born on December 5, 1924. Nyabinga also interviews InPDUM President Diop Olugbala on carrying on the legacy of Fred Hampton.
Black is Back! March on Washington to Stop U.S. Imperialist Wars
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2010-11-14 Hear excerpts from the March on Washington, held on November 13, 2010. Organized by the Black is Back! Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations, the march and rally in the U.S. capital was organized under the slogans "Stop U.S. Imperialist Wars! Victory to Oppressed Peoples in the U.S. and Around the World!" Today's episode of Africa Live reports on the historic march and includes excerpts from rally presenters including Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report; Nellie Bailey of Harlem Tenants Association; Lawrence Hamm of Peoples Organization for Progress; Efia Nwangaza of Malcolm Center for Self-Determination; Pam Africa of Free Mumia Abu Jamal Coalition; Calvin Carrol African Resistance Campaign; and more.
The struggle to free Mumia reaches urgent point!
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2010-10-24 In the first half of the program, Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with Pam Africa of the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal about the upcoming November 9 hearing where the State Attorney will ask for Mumia to be murdered and activists will be mobilizing in Mumia's defense. In the second half, Host Omowale Kefing will talk live with Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa about the Black is Back Coalition's upcoming rally and march on the White House on November 13. www.freemumia.com www.blackisbackcoalition.org
FBI Raids Antiwar Activists! Is this the so-called "change we can believe in"?
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2010-10-03 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews anti-war activists who were recently raided by Obama's FBI as a blatant attack on democratic rights.
Free the Scott Sisters!
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2010-09-19 Host Nyabinga plays clips from the Free the Scott Sisters march and rally that filled the streets of downtown Jackson, Mississippi on September 15. Clips include presentations by APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela and NAPO Chairman Chokwe Lumumba.
Police attack protesters in Mozambique; Anti-African, Anti-Muslim fervor across U.S.
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2010-09-05 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discusses the development of anti-Muslim, anti-African, white nationalist lynch mobs across the U.S. He also discusses the recent arrests of Africans from Somalia in various U.S. cities and police attacks on demonstrators in Mozambique. On Organizing 101, Omowale Kefing discusses with Nyabinga the organizing work involved in the campaign to free Dessie Woods.
Defend the Uhuru Movement from imperialist attacks!
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2010-08-22 As the resistance of African workers to imperialist oppression gains momentum around the world and the Uhuru Movement gains recognition for its leading role in the international African revolution, it has come under increasing attack by the imperialist state and its reactionary ideological defenders.

Join the live discussion with Nyabinga Dzimbahwe and Omowale Kefing, editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper, to learn what you can do to:

  • Free Diop Olugbala, who faces trial this week in Philadelphia for speaking out against police violence and social service budget cuts
  • Stop the St. Petersburg police attacks on the sons of African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela
  • Expose the corporate news media attacks and slander of Chairman Omali!

Discussing the heated immigration debate with Union del Barrio's Benjamin Prado; Imperialists on the Attack against the Uhuru Movement!
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2010-08-15 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will discuss with Benjamin Prado of Mexican liberation organization Union del Barrio the question of immigration that is at the center of heated struggles in the U.S. Nyabinga will also talk with Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing about recent attacks on the Uhuru Movement both by the State and in the imperialist media and white nationalist websites.
Is Wyclef a problem for Haiti? / Forwarding the struggle to free our political prisoners and prisoners of war as we go into Black August
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2010-08-08 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews grassroots activist Charlie Hinton of the Haiti Action Committee about Wyclef Jean's announced candidacy for president of Haiti and what it means for Africans in Haiti. Nyabinga also interviews Efia Nwangaza, SNCC veteran and coauthor of a recently filed report to the UN on COINTELPRO political prisoners, prisoners of war and exiles and regarding State repression.
Police terror against Africans intensifies across U.S.!
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2010-06-27 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discusses escalating police violence against the African community across the U.S. with Burning Spear Editor Omowale Kefing.
Highlights from New York event demanding freedom for all political prisoners
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2010-06-20 Hear clips from Harlem, New York at the June 15, 2010 event demanding freedom for political prisoners. Event sponsors included the Black is Black Coalition, Harlem Anti-War Coalition, Black Agenda Report and the Lynne Stewart Defense Fund. Show includes presentations by Nellie Bailey, Harlem Anti-War Coalition; Oronde Takuma, NYC Rep of Black is Back! Coalition; Penny Hess, Chairwoman of African People's Solidarity Committee; Diop Olugbala, International Organizer for Uhuru Movement; Ralph Poynter, of Lynn Stewart Defense Committee; and Glen Ford, Editor of Black Agenda Report.
SCLC struggles against police violence in Jefferson County, GA
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2010-05-30 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with the President of the Jefferson County, Georgia Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Minister James Ivery, about the struggle the SCLC is waging to remove Wadley Police Chief Wesley Lewis and overhaul the violent police department there. They will discuss the direct action campaign to end the violence, harrassment and police brutality imposed on the people of Wadley, Georgia. Sign the petition for the removal of the Wadley Police Chief here: Online petition - Resignation or firing of Police Chief and overhaul police department
Crisis in the making in Guinea-Conakry; Remembering Malcolm X
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2010-05-23 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will interview Chernoh Alpha M. Bah about upcoming elections in Guinea-Conakry and the neocolonial candidates attempts to build ethnic tensions for their own benefit. They will also discuss the current situation in Sierra Leone. Later, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will do a tribute to Malcolm X whose birthday was May 19.
50 years struggling for Black Power; an interview with SNCC veteran Efia Nwangaza
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2010-05-09 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with Efia Nwangaza about on the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee's (SNCC) recent 50th Anniversary Commemorative Conference. Nwangaza is a veteran of SNCC's Atlanta Project, which first put forward the demand for Black Power. She currently heads WMXP Radio and the Malcolm X Center for Self-Determination in Greenville, South Carolina, where the Malcolm X Festival will take place on May 16.
Henry Louis Gates' Opposition to Reparations, Somalis Killed in Canada, Update on APSP Congress
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2010-05-02 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe and The Burning Spear Newspaper Editor Omowale Kefing discuss the recent ridiculous article by Negro Professor Henry Louis Gates opposing reparations on the argument that Africans sold Africans to Europeans. The two Party leaders also discuss the upcoming Party Congress and the recent killing of over 20 Somalis in Canada.
Talk Live with Chairman Omali about the APSP 5th Congress "One People, One Party, One Destiny"
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2010-04-18 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela about the upcoming 5th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - USA, to be held July 10-14, 2010 in Washington, D.C. During the 2nd half of the show, Dzimbahwe talks live with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess on the deepening economic crisis of imperialism, including the situation in Greece, the U.S. lawsuit against Goldman Sachs, and the downward spiral of unemployment, foreclosures and municipal bankruptcies in the U.S.
Live talk with Free Mumia Coalition and discussion on Crisis in the Catholic Church and in South Africa!
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2010-04-11 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with Sundiata Sadiq and Suzanne Ross of the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, NYC about Abu-Jamal who has been held as a political prisoner on death row for nearly three decades for his role in the struggle to free African people. He'll also discuss with ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela and APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess about the current crisis in the Roman Catholic Church and its historical role in the brutal imperial conquest of Africans and other peoples. Also to be discussed is the killing of "white supremacist" leader Eugene Terre'Blance in South Africa by two Africans whose labor he exploited and the crisis caused for the neocolonial regime there.
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee
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2010-04-04 This April marks the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) that played a pivotal role in the development from the Civil Rights Movement to the Black Power Movement in the United States. Here we replay an interview done last year on Africa Live with Efia Nwangaza who was a member of SNCC's Atlanta Project which was responsible for putting forward the demand for Black Power. A 50th Anniversary SNCC Commemoration is being held in Raleigh, North Carolina at Shaw University where SNCC was first formed undr the tutelage of Ella Baker. More info can be found on this commemoration at www.sncc50thanniversary.org
African Women in Revolutionary Struggle
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2010-03-28 A tribute to African women in revolutionary struggle, introducing listeners to such leaders as Katura Carey and Anditu Siwatu.
Report from Kenya
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2010-03-14 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe is Director of the Department of Agitation and Propaganda for the African People's Socialist Party. In this program he reports back from his trip to Kenya, where he and Omowale Kefing, editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper, spent two weeks in February 2010 organizing and training comrades in the work to build the African Socialist International.
Report-back from Haiti March and Rally to Defend Haiti
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2010-02-21 Hear excerpts from speeches made at the March and Rally to Defend Haiti, held on February 20, 2010 and organized by the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations. Program includes live discussion on the significance of the mobilization.
Building the African Socialist International - From Haiti to Kenya
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2010-02-07 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, Director of Agitation and Propaganda for the African People's Socialist Party (APSP), discusses the struggle for African liberation in Haiti and the APSP's current work in Kenya.
Analysis on the Situation in Haiti and the Banning of the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone
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2010-01-31 Host Nyabinga Dzimbawhe discusses the current situation in Haiti and the recent banning of the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone.
The Deepening Security Crisis of U.S. Imperialism
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2010-01-03 Discussion of current events from the perspective of African Internationalism, including the Christmas day arrest of an African charged with attempting to blow up an airplane, and the surprise attack that killed leading CIA operatives in Afganistan.
Current Events from the African Internationalist Perspective
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2009-12-13 Live discussion of current events and a continuing summation of the rapid progress of the work to build the African Socialist International.
Founding Conference of the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone
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2009-12-06 Hear excerpts from presentations made at the Founding Conference of the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone, held November 16-18, 2009 at the British Council Hall in Freetown.
Rebroadcast: Report from the West Africa Regional Conference of the African Socialist International/ Imperialism's Economic Crisis
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2009-11-29 Rebroadcasting the 10/26/2008 episode of Africa Live. First Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosted a live interactive discussion on the crisis of the U.S. and world capitalist economy. Uhuru Movement members joined African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio to participate in the discussion. Second Half: Africanist Movement Director Chernoh Alpha M. Bah discusses with host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe last week's ASI conference in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Rebroadcast of "Defend ASI organizers in Kenya!"
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2009-11-22 Rebroadcast of "Defend ASI organizers in Kenya!" which aired July 19, 2009. Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews ASI Director of Organization Chernoh Alpha M. Bah and members of the ASI organizing committee in Kenya, East Africa around the development of the ASI there and recent attacks against organizers by the repressive regime in Kenya!
Talk Live with Black is Back! Coalition Organizers
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2009-11-01 Talk live with organizers of the Black is Back! Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations about the group's upcoming Washington, D.C. November 7th March and Rally to Oppose U.S. Occupation and War in the U.S. and Abroad.
Black is Back! Talk Live with Coalition Members
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2009-10-18 The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations calls on all black, oppressed and freedom loving people to join the mass mobilization in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, Nov. 7. Resist U.S. Wars and Occupation in the U.S. and Abroad! Reparations Now! Despite the escalation of U.S. imperialist aggressions against the peoples of the world and the growing oppression and emiseration imposed on black people in the U.S., most black leadership in the U.S. has suffered political paralysis since the election of Barack Hussein Obama as U.S. president. Thus the Black is Back Coalition is issuing this call to march on November 7 because we owe it to ourselves and to the peoples of the world to unite with the efforts of freedom-seeking peoples across the planet to liberate themselves and their resources from imperialist domination. Talk live with March organizers!
"Best of Africa Live" Broadcast Highlights
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2009-10-11 Hear highlights from the best of Africa Live programs during this 2009 Uhuru Radio fundraising drive. Donate today!
Talk live with hip hop activist and former U.S. vice presidential candidate Rosa Clemente about Black is Back Coalition!
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2009-09-27 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Rosa Clemente, hip hop activist and former vice presidential candidate on the Green Party ticket, about the formation of the Black is Back Coalition that is holding a November 7 mobilization in Washington, D.C. opposing Obama's wars against oppressed peoples. Also Nyabinga interviews members of hip hop group 144 Elite!
Talk live with Black is Back! Coalition members on the demand from black people for an end to Obama's wars!
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2009-09-20 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will talk live with members of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations about why they built a coalition of Africans demanding an end to Obama's imperialist wars against the people's of the world!
Is the proposed healthcare reform another Obama handout to rich companies?
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2009-08-30 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Bruce Dixon, Managing Editor of BlackAgendaReport.com, about the health care debate that's elicited massive white nationalist fervor and what the proposed reform means for African people. Also, APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess talks about the swine flu and who stands to make trillions from the U.S.-government predicted second wave! http://www.new-fields.com/ISFC/ Click on site and then download brochure.
Economic Crisis of Imperialism in Philadelphia
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2009-08-23 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks with Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about the U.S. economic crisis, Afghanistan and other issues. In particular, Omali Yeshitela analyzes the economic crisis in Philadelphia.
Talk live with Omali Yeshitela!
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2009-08-09 On this episode of Africa Live, host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International, Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Soliarity Committee, and Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International! This weeks topics will include: · Economic crisis of imperialism and its impact on Africa and the world · Rebellion in French-occupied New Caledonia
Defend ASI organizers in Kenya!
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2009-07-19 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews ASI Director of Organization Chernoh Alpha M. Bah and members of the ASI organizing committee in Kenya, East Africa around the development of the ASI there and recent attacks against organizers by the repressive regime in Kenya!
Chairman Omali and Guests Discuss Coup in Honduras, U.S. Economic Crisis
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2009-07-05 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela, African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and a guest from Honduras about the coup and other current issues.
Talk live with Omali Yeshitela and Penny Hess
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2009-06-28 African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess return to Africa Live to talk about the deepening economic and political crisis of U.S. imperialism. They'll discuss President Barack Obama's neocolonial regime supporting a neocolonial government in Somalia as well as the death of Michael Jackson.
Talk Live with Chairman Omali in the Studio
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2009-06-21 African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess return to Africa Live to talk about the deepening economic and political crisis of U.S. imperialism. They'll discuss President Barack Obama's recent Middle East tour and Cuba's stance in declining invitation to the OAS.
Talk on the origins of the Black Power demand in the U.S. with Efia Nwangaza from SNCC's Atlanta Project that created it!
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2009-06-14 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks with Efia Nwangaza about the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee's (SNCC) Atlanta Project that formulated the Black Power demand of the 1960s in the U.S. Efia Nwangaza was a member of the Atlanta Project. The program will also feature updates on news from around the African world.
Live sum-up of African Liberation Day Conference in Manchester, England with Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the ASI!
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2009-06-07 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe speaks live with Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International (ASI), about the ASI's European Regional Conference held in Manchester, England on May 23-24, 2009 and the future of the African Socialist International.
Chernoh Alpha M. Bah Talks Live about African Liberation Day 2009 and the Situation in Guinea-Conakry.
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2009-05-31 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe is joined in the studio by Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of Organization for the African Socialist International to sum-up African Liberation Day 2009. Chernoh Alpha M. Bah will also discuss the current situation in Guinea-Conakry following the military coup earlier in the year.
Forward to African Liberation Day!
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2009-05-17 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, Director of Agitation and Propaganda for the African People's Socialist Party, hosts the show live from the Malcolm X Festival in Greenville, South Carolina. Learn about the nationwide organizing to build African Liberation Day, May 22 - 24, 2009 in Washington, D.C. Hear excerpts from a dynamic question and answer session with African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela's recorded May 2, 2009 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
From Kenya to the U.S. — the ASI is taking the International African Revolution to completion!
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2009-05-10 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe speaks live with Wahu Kaara, longtime political activist in Nairobi, Kenya about the Kenya front of the International African Revolution and the significance of the establishment of the African Socialist International (ASI) in the East Africa region. He'll also talk in the studio with ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee!
African Liberation Day 2009
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2009-05-03 Live discussion about upcoming African Liberation Day events in Washington, D.C. and Manchester, England.
Who are the Real Pirates in Somalia?
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2009-04-30 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live in the studio with African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about current events, including:
  • Who are the real pirates in Somalia?
  • U.S. torture practices
  • Economic crisis
Listeners in the St. Petersburg / Tampa area are invited to join the live audience in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio at the Uhuru House to participate in the discussion. Other listeners are encouraged to participate via telephone or email.
Lovelle Mixon and African Resistance in Oakland; The Role and Composition of the African People's Socialist Party, 2009-03-22
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2009-03-29 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe is joined in the studio by African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela to talk about the political situation in Oakland, California, following the actions of 26-year-old Lovelle Mixon, who resisted police terror by shooting and killing 4 Oakland policemen before he died, having been shot 52 times by the police. Chairman Omail explains the function of the state in enforcing colonial relations and discusses the role and significance of the African People's Socialist Party in the struggle for African liberation.
Rebellions in Guadeloupe and Martinique
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2009-03-01 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Sylviane Ranu on the rebellions in Guadeloupe and Martinique in response to low wages and high prices imposed by the French colonial government. Nyabinga also speaks with Chairman Omali Yeshitela about a conference held by the Association of Raza Educators where he spoke and with Diop Olugbala about the upcoming African Liberation Day mobilization to be held in Washington D.C. on May 22-24, 2009.
Economic Crisis of Imperialism and the truth about the parasitic world economy
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2009-02-15 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosts lively discussion with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International, and Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, on: * Battle over key resources - found in Africa, consumed in America * What to expect as collapse continues * An African Internationalist critique of Marxist theory
Gaddafi elected to presidency of AU; ASI only means to united liberated Africa
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2009-02-08 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosts discussion featuring African Socialist International (ASI) leaders across three continents -- ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela in the U.S., ASI Secretary-General Luwezi Kinshasa in Britain and ASI Director of Organization Chernoh Alpha M. Bah in West Africa. Discussion topics include the recent election of Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi to the presidency of the African Union for this year, the African Socialist International as the only solution to uniting and liberating Africa and the work the ASI has been doing around the world to achieve its slogan "One Africa, One Nation!"
Summing up the year in the African world
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2009-01-11 Chernoh Alpha M. Bah is in the studio with host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe for a live discussion about political developments over the past year throughout the African world and his work to build the African Socialist International.
Military coup overthrows Guinean government; imperialist economic crisis deepens
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2009-01-04 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe is joined in the studio by Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of Organization for the African Socialist International, and Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Movement, in a live discussion about the U.S. economic crisis and the military coup in Guinea-Conakry.
The Economic Crisis of Imperialism
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2008-12-21 .
Obama's Cabinet
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2008-12-14 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe speaks with Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist International, and Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, about the warmongers and criminals chosen for U.S. president-elect Barack Obama's cabinet. Also discussed is the scandal surrounding Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and his attempted sale of Obama's senate seat and that scandal's relationship to Obama.
Economic Crisis of Imperialism
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2008-12-07 .
Anti-Black Clintonites Return to Power in Obama's Cabinet
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2008-11-30 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe facilitates a discussion with African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess on the anti-African records of Obama's Cabinet appointments and the ever-deepening crisis of the U.S. and world capitalist economy.
The Economc Crisis of Imperialism/ The Myth of Thanksgiving and an Update on the Huntsville 3 Case
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2008-11-23 First Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosted a live interactive discussion on the crisis of the U.S. and world capitalist economy. Uhuru Movement members joined African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio to participate in the discussion. Second Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discussed the history and political significance the U.S. holiday celebrated this year on November 27th, and the relationship of the genocide of the indigenous peoples of the Americas to the development of parasitic capitalism. He also talked with Dr. Aisha Fields about last Friday's hearing in the case of the Huntsville Three -- Dr. Aisha Fields, Dr. Michelle Strongfields, and Kobina Bantushango.
Africa on Fire: Crisis in Guinea, Congo-Kinshasa and South Africa
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2008-11-16 First Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosted a live interactive discussion on the crisis of the U.S. and world capitalist economy. Uhuru Movement members joined African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio to participate in the discussion. Second Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews African Socialist International Director of Organization Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, direct from Freetown, Sierra Leone, about the recent rebellions in neighboring Guinea. African Socialist International General Secretary Luwezi Kinshasa, born in the Congo, joins the discussion, direct from London, to talk about the crisis in Congo.
What does Barack Obama's election mean for us?
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2008-11-09 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosts a discussion including APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela; Glen Ford, Editor of BlackAgendaReport.com; Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee; Luwezi Kinshasa, England-based Secretary General of the African Socialist International; and Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Sierra Leone-based Director of Organization of the African Socialist International. The lively discussion is centered around the election of Barack Obama as the first black president of the U.S. and what it means for African people in the U.S. and around the world.
African Students Demand an End to Imperialist-driven War in Congo
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2008-11-02 First Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosted a live interactive discussion on the crisis of the U.S. and world capitalist economy. Uhuru Movement members joined African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio to participate in the discussion. Second Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Kambale Musavuli, Congolese student at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University who recently organized an international week of campus action to raise awareness of the crisis in Congo.
Report from the West Africa Regional Conference of the African Socialist International/ Imperialism's Economic Crisis
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2008-10-26 First Half: Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosted a live interactive discussion on the crisis of the U.S. and world capitalist economy. Uhuru Movement members joined African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio to participate in the discussion. Second Half: Africanist Movement Director Chernoh Alpha M. Bah discusses with host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe last week's ASI conference in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
The Crisis of Imperialism/ The significance of Che Guevara
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2008-10-19 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosts a town hall discussion with African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the ever deepening crisis of imperialism. Uhuru Movement members will join the Chairman in the Uhuru Radio broadcast studio to participate in the discussion. Listeners can participate via telephone or email. We devote the second hour to the legacy of the revolutionary Che Guevara, in commemoration of his assassination on October 9, 1967, and play audio clips of Che and discuss his life and work.
Why We Endorsed the McKinney/Clemente (Live discussion with Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2008-10-12 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks live with Chairman Omali Yeshitela on why the Uhuru Movement endorsed the McKinney/Clemente ticket and the ever deepening crisis of imperialism. We also talk live with Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of Organization of the African Socialist International (ASI) about the October 20-22 ASI Conference in Sierra Leone and the ASI's role in deepening imperialism's crisis and establishing a future in the hands of Africa and her dispersed people.
Issues behind the headlines in Africa
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2008-09-14 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discusses current events in the African world.
The Republican National Convention: An unsolvable crisis
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2008-09-07 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe analyzes the 2008 Republican National Convention and its inability to solve the crisis for U.S. imperialism.
The Democratic National Convention: a Neocolonial Solution
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2008-08-31 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe analyzes the Democratic National Convention and its nomination of Barack Obama as a hopeless neocolonial solution to the crisis of imperialism.
What about the black community, Obama?
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2008-08-03 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Diop Olugbala, International Organizer of InPDUM, on the intervention he led to challenge presidential candidate Barack Obama on his unwillingness to speak to the interests of the African community.
Understanding the State
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2008-07-27 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe leads a study on the State -- the apparatus of coercion. The study was recorded on July 21, 2008.
Africa Live
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2008-07-20 .
Africa Live
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2008-07-13 .
Africa Live
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2008-06-15 .
Violence in South Africa, Repression in Sierra Leone
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2008-06-01 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Nkrumah Kgagudi, Secretary-General of the Metal and Electrical Workers' Union in South Africa, about recent imperialist-caused fratricidal violence against Africans from Zimbabwe and other areas of Africa as well as Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of the Africanist Movement, on recent slanderous attacks against the Africanist Movement.
World Food Crisis: Made in America Part II
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2008-05-04 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, on the U.S. imperialism-caused world food crisis that is impacting colonized people internationally.
World Food Crisis: Made in America
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2008-04-27 Hosts Chernoh Alpha M. Bah and Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discuss the imperialist-imposed world food crisis and its effects on Africans and pther oppressed peoples around the world, particularly in Ghana, Haiti, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Egypt, Guinea-Conakry and Kenya. They also discuss the recent acquittal of three New York police who murdered a young African named Sean Bell in a hail of 50 bullets just hours before his wedding.
Issues Behind the Headlines
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2008-04-13 .
Zimbabwe and Kenya Elections
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2008-04-06 Hear guest host Chernoh Alpha M. Bah plays excerpts from an interview with Zimbabwe Ambassador Dr. Machi Venyika Mapuranga on the elections in Zimbabwe as well as an interview with Kenya trade union organizer Andrew Mwangura about the post-election situation in Kenya. Also in studio participating in the discussion is Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International, and Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, regular host of Africa Live.
The Issues Behind the Headlines in Africa
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2008-03-30 Guest Host and Director of the Africanist Movement Chernoh Alpha M. Bah discusses the issues behind the headlines including the trial of British mercenaries in Equatorial Guinea, startling revelations from Charles Taylor's trial at the Hague, the meaning of threats from trade union leaders in Guinea for more protests and the African Union's invasion of one of the Comoros islands for imperialism. Also in studio participating in the discussion is regular host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe
Venezuela and Gaza
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2008-03-09 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Gregory Wilpert, author of "Changing the Face of Venezuela By Taking Power" and editor of www.venezuelanalysis.com about the recent controversy over Colombia's bombing in Ecuador and the Chavez-led Bolivarian process in Venezuela. Nyabinga also interviews Arab activist Mohammad Chehab on the illegitimate settler State of Israel's recent genocidal attacks on the people of Occupied Palestine in Gaza.
The Guyanese Front of the African Revolution
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2008-03-02 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Iesther Hoyte, a political organizer in Guyana, South America, on the current situation in Guyana. Nyabinga also plays a speech from Malcolm X on the Black Revolution.
African Martyr's Day
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2008-02-24 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discusses African Martyr's Day, the February 21 celebration of Africans who were killed by imperialism in the process of fighting for African liberation. Nyabinga also plays a presentation made by African martyr Malcolm X on "the Ballot or the Bullet" and discusses the candidacy of Barack Obama versus the struggle for self-determination as the future for African people.
Interview with Kenya Yeshitela on Boley attack on African housing in St. Pete, Florida
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2008-02-17 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviewed Kenya Yeshitela on Boley Centers, Inc. attack on the Uhuru Movement that left her without a job and several Uhuru Movement members and supporters homeless. Nyabinga also discusses at the opening of the program the question of so-called "secret societies" and their role in the imperialist system.
Neocolonialism in Crisis in Kenya!
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2008-02-10 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Andrew Mwangura, trade union organizer in Kenya, on the situation there where violence erupted following the theft of the presidential election. Nyabinga was not able to interview guest Ahamat Hassan on the attempted coup in Chad. Host Nyabinga did discuss the situation in Kirkwood, Missouri where an African named Charles Thornton shot down two police, the mayor and several city government officials he said had a "plantation mentality" after being repeatedly attacked by local government.
Election Stolen in Kenya!
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2008-01-06 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Andrew Mwangura, trade union organizer in Kenya, East Africa about Mwai Kibaki's theft of the presidential election and the violence surrounding the elections.
Chairman Omali on "Africa and the West" congress in Huelva, Spain
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2007-12-16 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the APSP's participation in the European Federation For North-South Cooperation's First Congress entitled "Africa and the West: The Need for New Relationships". Nyabinga Dzimbahwe also plays excerpts from a panel discussion on the media from the congress and comments.
Luwezi Kinshasa on Rebellions in France and Congress in Spain
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2007-12-09 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Luwezi Kinshasa on the recent rebellions in France following the police murder of an African child and an Arab child as well as the African People's Socialist Party's (APSP) participation in the European Federation for North-South Cooperation's First Congress entitled "Africa and the West: The Need for New Relationships." Luwezi Kinshasa is the Director of International Affairs for the APSP and the Secretary-General of the Interim Committee of the African Socialist International.
Understanding Political Economy in the context of Imperialism in Crisis
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2007-11-04 Here, host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays first part of study on Political Economy held at the African People's Socialist Party's Party School in Huntsville, Alabama on October 1-4, 2007. This study, led by APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess, explains the question of political economy in the context of imperialist white power in crisis.
Interview with Mfanelo Skwatsha, Executive Secretary of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania
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2007-10-28 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Mfanelo Skwatsha, Executive Secretary of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania about the situation in South Africa. Dzimbahwe also plays a presentation made by Comrade Skwatsha at African People's Solidarity Day on October 18 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Interview with Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of the Africanist Movement
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2007-10-21 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of the Africanist Movement and West Africa Representative of the African Socialist International. The interview covers topics from the recent elections in Sierra Leone to the rebellion in Guinea-Conakry to the increasing presence of imperialist military and intelligence agencies in the region.
Interview with Paul Sankara, brother of Thomas Sankara, great revolutionary leader of Burkina Faso
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2007-10-14 Here, host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Paul Sankara on the significance of his brother, Thomas Sankara, who was the great leader of Burkina Faso who gave it its name which means "land of the upright people" and attempted to break imperialism's grip on it. Monday October 15, 2007 is the 20th anniversary of his assassination and will be marked by a demonstration at the Burkina Faso embassy in Washington D.C.
Marcus Garvey Lives!
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2007-08-12 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discusses the significance of Garvey and carrying on his legacy of uniting Africa and her dispersed people. He plays an excerpt from a speech made by Garvey and a speech made by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, who carries on that legacy through the work to build the African Socialist International.
Interview with Abuy Nfubea about Spanish police murder of Africans
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2007-07-22 This week, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Abuy Nfubea, President of Federacion Panafricanista, about the police murders of Africans in Spain. In the interview Nfubea explains how the Spanish police inject Africans with drugs to knock them out and how the Spanish government requires Africans to give DNA samples before entering the country. Nyabinga Dzimbahwe also discusses the question of African unity and the African Union's inability and unwillingness to eradicate the borders and unite Africa.
Their Debt, Our Reparations
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2007-07-15 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe discusses the question of debt and how instead of African countries owing debt to imperialist powers, imperialist countries owe debt to Africa for the centuries of theft of human and material resources. He also discusses the existence of vulture funds that terrorize African governments into paying so-called debts and more. Also hear the conclusion from APSP organizer Diop Olugbala's presentation on the history of the African Peoples' Socialist Party.
Hands off Zimbabwe!
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2007-07-08 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Sbusiso Xaba, President of the Pan Africanist Youth Congress (PAYCO) of Azania (what is known by colonial name South Africa) about the imperialist attempts to isolate and attack Zimbabwe for having reclaimed land from the colonial settlers. Also to be interviewed was Kwanisai Mafa, President of the Zimbabwe Pan African Youth Agenda (ZIPAYA) and founder and Chairman of the Ujamma Youth Farming Project. However, it was not possible to bring Comrade Kwanisai Mafa on due to difficulties from what may be imperialist State intervention.
History of the APSP
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2007-07-01 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays part one of a presentation made by APSP organizer Diop Olugbala on the "History of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Liberation Movement." The presentation was originally made at the June 21-24 conference to build the African Internationalist Student Organization.
Youth Month in Occupied Azania (South Africa)
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2007-06-24 Nyabinga Dzimbahwe talks with Hulisani Mmbara, Secretary General of the Pan Africanist Youth Congress (PAYCO), direct from South Africa. Nyabinga also plays a presentation made by PAYCO President Sbusiso Xaba at a recent event to commemorate the Student Uprisings there.
Chernol Alpha M. Bah
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2007-06-17 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays the speech given by Chernol Alpha M. Bah recently in St. Petersburg, Florida with discussion following it.
African Liberation Day 2007 - Pam Africa, Kobina, Shaquanada
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2007-06-03 This week UhuruRadio.com presented a special broadcast of excerpts from the African Liberation Day events that occurred in Washington, D.C. in the U.S. on May 26, 2007. This presentation of the African People's Socialist Party sponsored event includes presentations from Pam Africa from the International Concerned Friends and Family of Mumia Abu Jamal, a representative of Malcolm X Grassroots on the Black Liberation Army 8, Kobina Bantushango of InPDUM on the Liberty City 7, the parents of Stanley Grant Phanor (one of the Liberty City 7), Shaquanda Cotton (imprisoned and sentenced to 7 years in Paris, Texas for pushing a school hall monitor in self-defense) and her family, and Paul Sankara (brother of Thomas Sankara, assassinated revolutionary leader of Burkina Faso).
Tribute to Malcolm X
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2007-05-20 This week, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays excerpts from speeches made by Malcolm X and discusses his significance in the African Liberation Movement.
African Liberation Day 1986
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2007-05-06 Here, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays excerpts from presentations made at the African People's Socialist Party organized African Liberation Day in 1986 in Philadelphia. This ALD was held under the slogan "Reinforcements are on the way!" one year after the government dropped a bomb on the African community in Philadelphia. Played here are presentations made by former party leader Omowale Kefing; Doc Hatter, the Northeast Regional Representative of the African National Reparations Organization; and Mario Drummons, former party leader in New York.
Omali Yeshitela on African Liberation Day
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2007-04-29 Here, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the history of African Liberation Day.
African Liberation Days past to present
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2007-04-22 This week, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe plays a presentation made by APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela at the African Liberation Day event held by the African People's Socialist Party (APSP) in 1986 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This African Liberation Day was held under the slogan "Reinforcements are on the way!" the year after the Philadelphia government dropped a bomb on the African community. Nyabinga also interviews Kobina Bantushango who is leading up the work to build the African Internationalist Student Organization, the student wing of the APSP. He also plays a presentation made by Chairman Omali Yeshitela at ALD in 1973 in Gainesville, Florida, at a time that Yeshitela was one of the leaders of the ALD National Coordinating Committee that built the first ALD in the U.S. one year earlier.
Interview with Comrade Guarav, Political Bureau Member of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
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2007-03-18 APSP organizer Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Comrade Guarav, Political Bureau member of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) and head of the CPNM's International Affairs on the struggle in Nepal to remove the Monarchy.
On the frontlines in Guinea with Chernoh Alpha M Bah
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2007-02-25 In this show, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of the Africanist Movement, from on the ground in Guinea-Conakry where an insurrection was taking place. Also participating in the interview was Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party. Due to contradictions that forced the UhuruRadio.com studio to temporarily move its entire operation on the day of this interview, there were some technical difficulties making parts of the interview less clear. The program began with excerpts from the African People's Socialist Party's Party School Intensive on February 17-24, 2007.
Responsibility of African revolutionaries in relation to Guinea situation; also Criticism and Self-Criticism
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2007-02-11 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela and discusses the current rebellion in Ginea-Conakry, the situation in Somalia and the responsibility of African revolutionary forces in affecting these situations. Also featured is a self-criticism by former APSP member Sateesh Rogers and a discussion of the Uhuru Movement's condemnation of the appearance on a television "reality show" of individuals associated with the Uhuru Movement.
Interview with Chernoh Alpha M. Bah on Guinea rebellion
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2007-02-04 African People's Socialist Party organizer Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Director of the Africanist Movement, in Guinea about the popular rebellion occuring on the ground there. Also contributing to the discussion is Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party.
Sean Bell Reparations Tribunal
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2007-01-28 Here UhuruRadio.com broadcasted excerpts from the Sean Bell Reparations Tribunal. Included are testimonies from experts and victims, statements by People's Advocate APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela and the verdict.
Africa Live
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2006-12-10 African People's Socialist Party organizer Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will facilitate a discussion of current events, the crisis of imperialism and the struggle for African liberation and self-determination.
Interview with Luwezi Kinshasa on Congo and Rwanda
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2006-12-03 African People's Socialist Party organizer Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International on recent events in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda.
Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Ricardo Favela of MUDP on people's resistance in Mexico
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2006-11-26 This week, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Ricardo Favela of Mexicanos Unidos en Defensa del Pueblo (Mexicans United in Defense of the People) on the people's resistance in Mexico -- on both sides of the illegitimate U.S. border.
Africa Live
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2006-11-19 African People's Socialist Party organizer Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will facilitate a discussion of current events, the crisis of imperialism and the struggle for African liberation and self-determination.
ASI Conference Summation with Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2006-10-22 Host Omavi Bailey interviews APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela who sums up the recent Conference to Build the African Socialist International, responses around the African world to the conference and the way forward for Africa and her dispersed people.
Return from the ASI Conference
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2006-10-15 Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe sums up the recent Conference to Build the African Socialist International and plays excerpts from the actual conference.
Long Live Marcus Garvey!
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2006-08-20 This week's broadcast of "Africa Live" was dedicated to Marcus Garvey in celebration of his birthday on August 17. Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela who sums up the significance of the Garvey movement. this show also featured an actual audio clip of Marcus Garvey himself.
Who Are the Real Terrorists
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2006-08-13 This week on "Africa Live" Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Scientist, an International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) organizer in London, England about the government's claim of stopping an impending attack on planes headed for the U.S. and the implications for the deepening crisis of worldwide imperialism. Nyabinga Dzimbahwe also interviews Diop Olugbala, International Organizer for InPDUM about the case of the Liberty City 7, seven impoverished Africans in Miami, Florida who the government has framed up on charges of terrorism.
Omali Yeshitela on the 2007 Reparations Tribunal in Berlin
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2006-08-06 This week on "Africa Live," Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and Person Leading Point of the International Tribunal for Reparations to African People (ITRAP), on the process to build the June 2007 Tribunal on reparations in Berlin, Germany. The Chairman also talks about current events around the world and the crisis of imperialism.

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