Obi Egbuna is a founding member of the Pan-African Liberation Organization and is also the technical advisor for the Pan-African Student Youth Movement. he also writes for the Zimbabwe Herald. For more than 15 years, Obi has dedicated his life to organizing the communities throughout the world. He has also lectured in several countries, on topics ranging from pan-africanism to libration theology to Cuban relations.
In 2010, however, Egbuna became a playwright as well. We'll explore his political and creative leanings in this episode on "Arts and Activism on the Air."
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