African Revolutionary Internet Radio is Live! Each Sunday from 9am - 7pm (EST), go to www.************** and click on the "Listen" button. Your computer's media player will automatically launch and you'll be tuned in! Here's the schedule for this Sunday, April 2nd. All times are EST. 9am – "Colonialism is Bad for Your Health". Iyapo will faciliate a discussion on health issues of particular interest to the African community. 10:00am – "Africa Live". Nyabinga Zimbabwe will interview Gaida Kambon, International Secretary of the African People's Socialist Party, on the APSP's work to build the African Socialist International. She will discuss her recent trip to Sierra Leone and review a history of the APSP's efforts to build a united Africa under the leadership of African workers and poor peasants. During the program, send your comments and questions to [email protected]************** 12:00pm - "Omali Ye****ela Speaks". This week we present the September 16, 2001 speech by Chairman Omali summing up the destruction of the World Trade Center and preparing the people for the U.S. government crackdown on civil liberties and declaration of war against the oppressed peoples of the Middle East. 1:00pm - "Uhuru On The Move". Chimurenga Waller, President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, will discuss current events and InPDUM's upcoming national convention. 2:00pm – "White Solidarity with Black Power". Matthew Willis of the African People's Solidarity Committee will facilitate a discussion on "The Colonial Reality in America", challenging progressive white people to support the right to self-determination for African people living inside of the imperialist countries, as they claim to support freedom for oppressed peoples in the Middle East, Latin America, Africa and Asia. 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 **************!