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Sankofa Fun Club's UNMute Radio with Moya Mzuri Pambeli

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Originating from south Central Los Angeles, graduating from Centennial High School, Compton, California.

Mzuri Joined the All African People’s Revolutionary Party October 1976. Founding member of the West African Music and Dance Ensemble, University California Berkeley under musical director C.K. Ladzekpo 1974 to 1978. Performing member of “Chango de Ima” 1977 under director Prietess Bobi . Have spent the last 30+ years organizing world wide speaking engagements and political education programs on campuses throughout California featuring speakers such as Kwame Ture (formerly Stokely Carmichael) with the AAPRP and for Pan African Congress of Azania, Youth movement –JAAC and Womens’ Union (UDEMU) of Guinea Bissau’s Political Party PAIGC of  West Africa, African National Congress, Black Power movement, American Indian Movement, Eritrea People’s Liberation Front,  and more. She has represented the All African People’s Revolutoinary Party on college campuses and communities throughout the united states, London, North and West Africa, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. Through the work of the women’s Union of the AAPRP, the AAWRU, she has organized Pan African Women’s Day in Los Angeles for over 16yrs creating an annual platform for African women throughout our world wide community from organizations in Watts to Haiti. She has written numerous articles, published and unpublished and has been interviewed for community newspress and international papers on various subjects addressing various issues. She is a member of local coalitions such as Black August Los Angeles, Garvey’s Whirlwind and recently (2009)  joined the Sixth Regional diaspora Union collective through Pan African Diaspora Union (PADU) working on uniting the African Diaspora to join the African Union.

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