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THE LAST MAN STANDING

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Join us for another broadcast of George Jackson University Radio.  We will air on Wednesday July 13, 2016 at 8est.  You can listen by calling 347 826 7332 or by logging on to www.georgejacksonuniversity.com. Here we collectively engage and encourage others to engage in constructive dialogue to come to sound conclusions on how to achieve Afrikan Liberation.  On this week’s broadcast we will have on Dr.  Kamau Kambon. Dr. Kambon has been on once before and we are very appreciative to have on once more, especially now with the current conditions here in Amerikkka.  We believe that he will enlighten us with some very imperative information that will help us collectively continue to push forward in addressing the issues that everyone has no choice but to discuss, the things that can no longer be ignored in this society concerning Afrikan people.  Dr. Kambon has made it clear that he understands that he is an Afrikan, and sees himself connected to Afrikans all over the world.  Dr. Kambon’s life goals consist of bringing an end to the national and international Black Holocaust in the areas of psychology, culture, education, economics, social relations, on jobs, on the highways and in all of the areas of life activity.  He wants like most of us freedom for Afrikan people.   Dr. Kambon is author of four books: "Black Guerrilla Warfare in Amerika: a Peoples' Manual and Manifesto on Resistance and Survival", Tips on Quick and Easy Ways Afrikans Can Commit Subtle Suicide", "Food Health and You: Why Black People Die So Young", "The Case For A Class Action Educational Malpractice Lawsuit", monograph in, "To Heal A People", and “The Last Book”, featuring “The Last Black Man Standing”.  Also check out his website for great materials at www.kamaukambon.org

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