Black People : Bob Law: History of Black Radio and the Removal of Black Militant Thought

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    Over the past few weeks Hard Knock Radio has been doing a series of interviews focusing on the
    state of Black media. Such a series would not be complete without getting some critical insight from
    long time freedom fighter and media justice advocate Bob Law. He is one of the Godfathers of Black
    radio and has never wavered in using the airwaves as a tool for liberation.

    In our conversation, he gives a serious history lesson not just on the evolution of Black Radio and the
    role it has long played in the Black Freedom Struggle, but he also talked to us about how there has
    been an attempt to remove, silence and erase any institutional memory of Black militant and radical
    thought. Law painstakingly details how that has been happening and breaks down the reasons why.

    Read/listen: http://hiphopandpolitics.com/2014/09/24/bob-law-history-black-radio-removal-black-militant-thought/
     
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