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SiGnotHeTiMes w QueenTahiyrah THE EBOLA CRISIS w Comrade Ajamu Bandele in Sierra Leone. The crisis of the Ebola scare is real and in our faces both here in the US and on the Motherland of Africa. We are calling on all of our RBG, Pan African, Black Scholars, Lecturers, Hip Hop Artists everyone of African decent should be on the air with us.
We are discussing how you can help and the supplies and resources needed to get ahead of this crisis that is threatening to wipe out the populations in Africa and possibly around the world.
Please join us. 6:30pm EST TONIGHT Monday August 4, 2014.
Join Queen T as she welcomes Ajamu Bandele, "The Director of International Affairs" of the (ASM) African Socialist Movement.
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Veda fights for Robert Shipp. http://clemencyreport.org/inspiration-fight-brother-robert-shipp/.
WHY WE FIGHT for #freerobertshipp
Listen to The African History Network Show Wednesday, Sept. 10th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep. Our guests will be Bro. Ajamu of The National Black United Front, Kansas City & Neter Anuku discuss Kemetic Yoga. 1) Bro. Ajamu of NBUF Kansas City will discuss how the #BlackOutMonday Campaign went this past Monday and discuss some of their efforts to promote Economic Empowerment for African Americans. 2) Neter will discuss Kemetic Yoga, what it is, it’s health benefits and much more. 3) Update on The Michael Brown Murder Case in Ferguson, MO. Call in with your questions at (914) 338-1375.
Listen to “The African History Network Show” with host Michael Imhotep as we interview some of our top Scholars, Monday-Thursday, 8pm-10pm EST at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow or www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com by phone, when we are LIVE at (914) 338-1375. Call in with your questions and comments. Archived episodes are available for you to listen and are also archived on www.Itunes.com.
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Listen to The African History Network Show Wednesday, Aug. 27th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep. 1) Is there a link between Homosexuality and Chemicals used in the environment? University of Berkley Prof. Tyrone Haynes thinks so. We’ll discuss some of his findings. 2) Ashiki Ajamu of The Hug 1 Healing Arts Center in Detroit will join us to talk about the “Healing Arts” and the “1st Annual Healing Arts Festival 2014”, Fri. August 29th-Sunday, August 31st, 10am-10pm 15925 San Juan, Detroit. 3) Update on The Michael Brown Murder Case. Call in with your questions at (914) 338-1375.
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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…”
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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Sierra Leone has become the center of the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola, which has instilled fear across West Africa and has spread to four countries. Join Empress T'Malkia Zuri & Kenya Jones for a special broadcast from Ground Zero with on location reports from Sierra Leone's resident and founder of the Black Star Action Network Ajamu Bandele Mensaray.
Global Peeks sits with Human Rights Activist Ajamu Baraka to discuss the shades of Nigeria’s crisis, Boko Haram & the U.S. murky foreign policy.
“You can’t understand the threat posed to Nigeria by Boko Haram, or the ghastly destruction of Syria over the past three years, outside the context of ‘the vicious NATO obliteration of the state of Libya.’ One huge crime begets many consequences.” –Ajamu Baraka
Mr. Baraka a long-time human rights activist, organizer, 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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Hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski share the secrets of growing your small business into a dynamic force within your industry. Find out how your business can be the “go-to” business in your professional dealings.
On this show, Jason and Steve talk with Ajamu Webster with Dubois Consultants, Inc. DCI provides specialized services in site development, water supply distribution, urban hydrology, storm management control and structural design.
Tonight on BulletPoints, our guest will be Ajamu Baraka and we will be talking about "human rights"... the origin of the "human rights" narrative, the possibility of decolonizing the concept of human rights, what that would entail, how it could come about, and *how* the narrative of human rights has been put into play in conflicts all over the world for the sake of advancing various geopolitical interests.