Global Peeks: Black America Must Reject U.S. Meddling in Africa

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Global Peeks sits down with long-time human rights activist and organizer Ajamu Baraka to discuss his article “Iraq, Libya, Syria: Three reasons African Americans should oppose U.S. intervention in Africa” and other topics effecting the Global stage.

We want to explore US intentions behind its meddling and record of destruction on the Continent & worldwide.

We want to discuss President Barack Obama—the first Black President & son of a Kenyan father yet continuing a murky US foreign policy & counter progressive legacy in Africa.

“Africa, there is not one instance of the U.S. being on the side of African independence, not one. In fact, in every struggle on the part of Africans to free themselves from the oppressive yoke of European colonialism, the U.S. aligned with the colonial powers across the continent to undermine African independence. U.S. policy in Africa was consistently pro-white power…”

--Ajamu Baraka

Mr. Baraka a long-time human rights activist and organizer is an editor and contributing columnist for Black Agenda Report. He is currently an Associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C. 

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