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Diasporic Music on July 10th

audioDiasporic Music on July 10th

Summer Songs from King Sunny Ade, the Dynamics, Billy Stewart, Mother of Pearl and the Isley Brothers.

An interview with John Jayson Perez , Juno (Canadian Grammy) winner and Dick Lochan, a writer, editor and one of Canada's top entertainers about the "Past The Torch Project". "Pass The Torch", is a program for kids from the ages of 7 to 15 to learn to sing, perform and write calypso.

Music from the Daniel Cross film "I Am The Blues" Barbara Lynn, Bobby Rush, Boogie Down Productions, Koko Taylor and Muddy Waters will be featured.

Chairman Omali Yeshitela, the Chair of the African People's Socialist Party on Muhammad Ali. Omowale Kefing has pointed out: In a sense there were two Muhammad Ali's.One squarely in the camp of the oppressed and downtrodden of the Earth. The other inside the camp on neocolonialism.

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Celebrating "Lady Day" turning 100


Our Generation Needs Liberation Music, Not Protest Songs

Diasporic Music: The genius of Duke Ellington

True Definition of Freedom: A poem from South Africa

Diasporic Music spotlights Marvin Gaye

Diasporic Music for April 2014

Yusef Lateef interviewed on Diasporic Music

Diasporic Music: Don Drummond, Jayne Cortez and more!

Jesse Belvin, "the very best" singer/songwriter

Our culture must be a weapon we use to defeat imperialism!

Diasporic Music

The struggle for black music in Canada

Diasporic Music for April 2013

Django Unchained, or, "Killing whitey while protecting white power": A critical analysis

A common thread of courage

Mahalia Jackson internationalized black music

The search for revolutionary music

Happy (belated) birthday, Barry White!

audioGentleman of Soul, Wilson Meadows

audioLittle Willie John

Fela: One of a Kind!

Norman Richmond reflects on Gil Scott-Heron

Malcolm X and The Music

videoGang Injunction

The Mighty Sparrow honored in Toronto

audioCaribbean Forum - August 14

Dramatics founder Ron Banks dead at 58

Poetry in motion

Oppose Obama's escalation of war against oppressed people!

Langston Hughes "Merry Christmas"

New French program on UhuruRadio delivers African Internationalism to French-speaking African world!

Uhuru Earth Day Fest Draws thousands

audioHasan Salaam

audioThe Music Speaks 2009-04-26

PAYCO Commemorates 32nd Anniversary of Soweto Uprising

Uhuru Call to Action

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