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New Orleans Wake Up

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Connecting New Orleans to the larger issue of black survival in an intense global anti-African environment; a national and global critical analysis and commentary.

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New Orleans educator, Dr. Raynard Sanders, will discuss the school reform movement that has privatized and closed schools in New Orleans and throughout the United States. Dr. Sanders is host of New Orleans Imperative that airs live... more

Agronomist Joe Harper will share his fascinating and inspiring life story detailed in his autobiography, "Delta Memories: Early Life of a Sharecropper's Son" Joe Harper has worked as an agricultural research specialist in the private sector. Go... more

Please feel free to give your input to this discussion about Quentin Tarantino's movie Django Unchained.

Author Donna Wyant Howell will review with us some of the WPA interviews with former enslaved African Americans. She compiled at least 6 volumes of these interviews entitled, "I Was A Slave: True Life Stories Dictated by Former... more

New Orleans native and historical researcher, Barbara Trevigne, will share with us some least known aspects about African American history in New Orleans. A descendant of New Orleans' Free People of Color population, Trevigne will... more

Kambale Musavuli, member of Friends of the Congo, will share information regarding who has been responsible for over 5 million deaths in The Democratic Republic of the Congo since 1996. The rebel group M23 has recently captured... more

At 10AM on Monday, November 19 in Birmingham, Alabama, there will be a press conference concerning the issue of discrimination that black farmers face. Join in and listen to independent black farmers, Michael Stovall and Robert... more

In October 2012 twelve women employed at the US Department of Agriculture filed complaints of discrimination and harassment against Secretary Tom Vilsack and President Barack Obama. Has the Obama administration been responsive... more

September 15-October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. How does this relate to issues pertaining to people of African Heritage? Join us as we speak with Crystal Shaniece Roman, CEO/Founder of Black Latina Movement, an organization... more

Neely Fuller, Jr., author of The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept: a textbook/workbook for thought, speech and/or action for victims of racism (white supremacy), will continue his discussion about racism.