On Saturday, African People’s Socialist Party Chairman OMALI YESH1TELA will return to the U.S. from an historic organizing tour in southern Africa. On Sunday, at 10:00 A.M. (EST), he will talk live on www.************** about the trip, where he won broad support for plans to put the U.S. and European countries on trial for violating international law with the invasion, enslavement, colonization and partition of Africa and African people. During his organizing tour, Chairman Omali met with Namibian Prime Minister Nahas Angula and Sam Nujoma, founding President of Namibia and head of the South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO), which fought the armed struggle to liberate what was then called South West Africa. He traveled throughout the region, meeting with Paramount Chiefs (regional indigenous leaders), trade unionists, students, and veterans of the armed struggle to free South Africa from the former Apartheid regime. He toured South Africa at the invitation of the Pan-African Youth Congress and spoke to audiences at several universities, including the University of Pretoria, South Africa and Polytechnic in Windhoek, Namibia, and at events such as the Freedom Day Celebration, the African Economic Emancipation Conference and the Workers Day Rally in Sosolburg-Free State. Chairman Omali's meetings and talks profoundly advanced his lifelong work to build a single revolutionary African organization to lead the African struggle worldwide, and successfully organized for the convening of the World Tribunal on Reparations set to take place in June 2007 in Berlin. Don't miss this show! Call in and talk live with the Chairman. Here's the complete www.************** schedule for Sunday, 5/14/2006. All times are listed as EST. 9:00am – "Colonialism is Bad for Your Health". Sister Iyapo will faciliate a discussion on health in the African community. 10:00am – "Africa Live". OMALI YESH1TELA, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and founder of the African Socialist International will talk live with listeners about his trip organizing African people in Occupied Azania (South Africa) and Namibia. 12:00pm - "OMALI YESH1TELA Speaks". The Chairman's dynamic speech from the 1995 "Tribute to African Martyrs and Leaders" event in Oakland, California brilliantly teaches about the civil rights and Black Power movements in the U.S. and chronicles the growing stance of African resistance emerging from a period of defeat, while rallying the crowd to rebuild the African liberation movement. 1:00pm - "Uhuru On The Move". Nnamdi Lumumba, Uhuru Movement organizer in Baltimore, Maryland will talk with Chimurenga Waller, President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, about the Uhuru Movement's work in that city. 2:00pm – "White Solidarity with Black Power". Kitty Reilly is a national leader in the economic development work of the African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC). William Canada coordinates Uhuru Foods - one of APSC's reparations projects - in Oakland, California. They'll join host Matthew Willis to discuss the campaign for reparations to African people from the white community. 3:00pm – "Revolutionary Reggae", with DJ Speedy. The island sound, Uhuru style, with revolutionary, reggae vibrations. 5:00pm - "The Music Speaks" with Hip Hop artists, Bombai. Experience lyricists, producers and DJs from the US to the UK, expressing oppressed peoples' conditions through hip-hop. Spread the word about **************!