Pan Africanism : Uhuru Radio - One Africa, One Nation!

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    On the move with African liberation!

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    "White Solidarity with Black Power" 16:00 (US Eastern) - will this week feature testimony from Consuela Africa on the bombing and incarceration of the MOVE family. Consuela was imprisoned after the 1978 assault on the MOVE family house. 2 of her children were then killed in the 1985 government fire-bombing of another MOVE house. She testified on March 18, 2007 at the Reparations Tribunal in Philadelphia. Arlene Sessoms also testified on the police murder of her 20-year-old unarmed nephew, Brian Jones, on January 1, 2007. Excerpts from the testimonies of these two courageous women, along with statements from NYC Uhuru Movement organizer Diop Olugbala, African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will be aired on this weekly program exploring the role and responsibility of white people in relation to the African liberation struggle.

    "Uhuru On The Move " 13:00 (US Eastern) - Peggy Morris, Director of the Jamaican Housing Development in NYC will talk with International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement organizer Kobina Bantushango about the struggle for decent housing in the African community. Call in to (from inside U.S.) 877-824-3337 or (from outside U.S.) 001 + 727-824-5700 or email [email protected]************** and tell us what's going on in your community.

    9:00 (U.S. Eastern) on The Music Speaks, Krown of the hip hop group Bombai brings you the best that the streets have to offer. Experience the talents of artists from the US to the UK, expressing the conditions of oppressed people through music.

    10:00 (U.S. Eastern) on Omali Speaks we present "Can White People Play a Role in the Struggle Against White Power?" (part 2) delivered by the Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party at the Sunday mass meeting of the Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, Florida on January 12, 1997. Hear the continuation of this powerful speech, in which the Chairman explains the impact of the U.S. counterinsurgency program against the Black Power Movement of the Sixties and discusses the role and responsibility of the white community.

    11:00 (U.S. Eastern) on Africa Live, Nyabinga Dzimbahwe will facilitate discussion on current issues and events of significance to the international African revolution.

    13:00 (U.S. Eastern) on Uhuru On The Move, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) Membership Coordinator Kobina Bantushango will talk live with Peggy Morris, Director of the Jamaican Housing Development in NYC. Call in to (from inside U.S.) 877-824-3337 or (from outside U.S.) 001 + 727-824-5700 or email [email protected]************** and tell us what's going on in your community.

    14:00 (U.S. Eastern) on Colonialism is Bad for Your Health, Iyapo Ngina will host a discussion on health issues of importance to the African community. Call in to (from inside U.S.) 877-824-3337 or (from outside U.S.) 001 + 727-824-5700 or email [email protected]************** to let us know what you think about it.

    16:00 (U.S. Eastern) on White Solidarity with Black Power, the African People's Solidarity Committee will continue a 2-month series of programs on the counterinsurgency war waged against the African movement and community - both historically and currently. This week, the program will be hosted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and will feature excerpts from and discussion about the recent Reparations Tribunal that placed the City of Philadelphia on trial for crimes against the African community.

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