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Human Rights Radio Roots Reggae Mix pt 2 12/22/2010

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Please join us for a Human Rights Radio exclusive, Roots Reggae Mix with the Brutha, street scholar, war correspondent, owner and operator of Human Rights Radio in Springfield, IL, runaway slave Mbanna Kantako and street scholar, warrior, web-engineer at www.HumanRightsRadio.net Brutha CJ. Human Rights Radio has been operating and running for over 23 years!!! We will be giving props to our roots reggae Bruthas and Sistas, playing some good music, and trying to talk about a few things relevant to our situation up in here. Hopefully this reggae mix and conversation will utlimately add to the quality of Life of our Bruthas and Sistas in the Black African community, we will be speaking english (unfortunately), and trying to communicate some good info to ya'll.... ya'll meaning our people. to name drop now, google search, or however you search on the internet, for these names of our Bruthas and Sistas for information that will improve your quality of life. this list is a sample of the wealth of knowledge we have, and ain't in no particular order. Mbanna Kantako, Senseia Kankaji, Dr. Sebi, Sistah Q / Sistah Qaarandin, Del Jones, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Dr, Amos Wilson, Dr. Llaila Afrika, Zears Miles, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, Ra Un Nefer Amen, Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, Queen Nzinga of Angola, Chancellor Williams, Professor Manu Ampim, Martin Luther King, Jr., Carter G. Woodson, J.A. Rogers, Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner If you have any questions about where you can get some FREE liberation information that will help you improve your quality of life, email us at humanrightsradionet@yahoo.com, and Stand up for you Human Rights ! Also check us out on the internet at www.HumanRightsRadio.net, from the project to the internet, don't trip cuz we not done yet, thats www.HumanRightsRadio.net. oh, and big up Jamaica for the reggae