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New Orleans Wake Up

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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Writer/Activist Solomon Comissiong will discuss his article, "Obama-Aid:Psychologically Bad for Black Folks" and other commentary. He is the host of www.yourworldnews.org. Comissiong is also the author of a book... more

LeeAnna Keith, author of The Colfax Massacre: The Untold Story of Black Power, White Terror, & The Death of Reconstruction, will discuss the tragedy of Colfax, Louisiana. Please join us!!!!!!!!!

Dr. Jahi Issa, Professor of African/African American Studies at Delaware State University, will discuss the systematic removal of African American administrators,faculty and students at historically black colleges and universities... more

Join us as we chat with Margaret Kimberley, senior columnist for the online journal, Black Agenda Report. Margaret will be discussing some of her articles that she has written under her column, "Freedom Rider"

Listen and Chat with us!!!!!! Dr. Joseph Holloway, Professor of Pan African Studies at California State University, Northridge, will discuss his website SlaveRebellion.org and his work on Africanisms in American culture.

New Orleans based investigative journalist and author, Jordan Flaherty, will be discussing his book, Flodlnes: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six.

Listen in and chat!!!!!!! We will talk with well known Black concert promoter Leonard Rowe about Hollywood's racist attitudes and practices toward African Americans. Rowe is involved in litigation against Hollywood executives.

Join us!!!! As we discuss Updates on current events in post Hurricane Katrina New Orleans combined with critical analysis and commentary on national and global events. This evening we talk to New Orleans writer Freddie Evans.... more

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