Pan Africanism : Growing Resistance in Mexico! Tune In Sunday to **************

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    On September 5th, Mexico's top electoral court declared conservative candidate Felipe Calderon the winner of last July’s shaky presidential election with 35.7% of the vote, a tiny margin of one half percent over his closest competitor.

    Supporters of leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador have refused to accept the verdict of the fraudulent elections and have maintained a month-long blockade of Mexico City's main downtown boulevard. Obrador has announced plans to build a parallel government that will cater to the poor and launch street protests against free trade reforms and privatizations of government enterprises.

    On Sunday, September 10th, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will interview Benjamin Prado of Union del Barrio, a revolutionary organization fighting for the liberation and unification of Mexican people both north and south of the illegitimate U.S. border.

    Call in with your comments and questions. Call toll-free from within the U.S. to 877- 824-3337 or from outside the U.S. to 001-727-824-5700. Email your comments and questions to dj@**************

    Here is the ************** complete broadcast schedule for Sunday, September 10th. All times are listed as EST.

    9:00 a.m.: "Colonialism is Bad for Your Health". Sister Iyapo Ngina will facilitate a discussion on health issues affecting the African community.

    10:00 a.m.: "Africa Live". Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews Benjamin Prado of Union del Barrio on the current political crisis in Mexico.

    12:00 p.m.: "Omali Ye$hitela Speaks". This week we present a prophetic speech by African People’s Socialist Party Chairman Omali Ye****ela, delivered on 9/16/2001 discussing the attack on the World Trade Center. Don’t miss it!

    1:00 p.m.: "Uhuru on the Move". President Chimurenga Waller and Baye Moye of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) will interview InPDUM Membership Coordinator Kobina Bantushango about the campaign to free the Liberty City 7 (impoverished Africans framed and facing trial in Miami on terrorism charges).

    2:00 p.m.: "White Solidarity with Black Power". African People’s Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk live with human rights attorney Lynne Stewart. Stewart has been convicted of "providing support for terrorism" for aiding her client, the Egyptian Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, by giving a press release to Reuters News Service. She is scheduled for sentencing in October.

    3:00 p.m.: "Revolutionary Reggae". The island sound, Uhuru style, with revolutionary, reggae vibrations, hosted by DJ Speedy.

    5:00 p.m.: "The Music Speaks". Experience lyricists, producers and DJs from the US to the UK, expressing oppressed peoples' conditions through hip-hop. Hosted by Bombai.