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Please join us on SIGN OTHE TIMES Blogtalk Radio? on Tuesday April 7, 2015
beginning at 6pm Eastern The number to dial in is 917-889-8059.
We will discuss History- The Why? of how we got in this condition and What is Divine Justice?
Charlotte Hill O’Neal aka Mama C, visual and spoken word artist, musician, longtime community activist and co Director of United African Alliance Community Center UAACC based in Tanzania, East Africa is pleased to announce that the UAACC Heal the Community Tour 2015 is scheduled to begin in early February to mid April 2015 in time for both Black History Month and International Women’s Month activities and more!
Mama Charlotte will be available to visit your community or school to speak on more than two decades of UAACC outreach in America and East Africa including the UAACC Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home program; screen unique and inspiring documentaries; perform her music and poetry and spread the love and inspiration!
OUR GUEST TONIGHT: 8:00 pm est 5pm pst GEORGE JACKSON UNIVERSITY PRESENTS MELVIN DICKSON
BROTHER MELVIN IS THE FOUNDER OF THE COMMEMORATION COMMITTEE OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!!!
* WE'LL COVER
- THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY
- THE STRUGGLE IN 2015
- HUEY P NEWTON
- THE COMMEMORATION OF THE BPP
- COMRADE GENERAL GEORGE JACKSON
TONIGHT 'S READING: SOLEDAD BROTHER - PG. 69
"We have remonstrated, supplicated, demonstrated, and prostrated ourselves before the feet of our self-appointed administrators. We have done all that we can do to circumvent the eruption that now comes on apace. The point of no return in our relationship has long been passed. I know what must and will take place so I follow my ends through to their most glorious conclusion. Don't make me waste my time and energy winning you to a position that you should already support with all your sympathies. The same forces that have made your life miserable, the same forces that have made your life senseless and unrewarding, threaten me and all our posterity. I know the way out. If you cannot help, sit back and listen, watch. You are charged with the responsibility of acknowledging the truth, my friend, and supporting it with whatever means, no matter how humble, are in your power. I am charged to right the wrong, lift the burden from the backs of future generations. I will not shrink from my duties. I will never falter or waver before the task, but we will go forward — to resolve this conflict once and forever. Of all the twenty thousand known years of advanced civilization, the years that are now coming on will be the most momentous."
GEORGE JACKSON UNIVERSITY RADIO TONIGHT AT 8:00 PM EST
-347 - 826- 7332
GEORGE JACKSON UNIVERSITY RADIO : (347) 826-7332
8:00 pm est
CHARLOTTE ' Mama C' HILL O'NEAL
she joined the Black Panther Party at age 18 – and married the then chairman of the KC chapter, Pete O’Neal, at the National BPP headquarters in Oakland, Calif.
Charlotte “Mama C” Hill O’Neal, a Black Panther and co-founder/director of the United African Alliance Community Center. Mama C is a world-class educator, community activist and improvisational jazz, blues, spoken word and visual artist.
Mama C performs to spark the spirit. Her work reveals the power of engaging activism and life from a place of self love.
After her husband Mzee(Elder) Pete O'Neal was targeted by the FBI Counter Intelligence Program(COINTELPRO), Mzee Pete and Mama C immigrated to Africa in 1971. In 1991 she and her husband, Mzee (Elder) Pete O’Neal, founded the United African Alliance Community Center just outside of Arusha, Tanzania. Her poetry and reflections are widely published, and she is the subject of numerous books, articles, and documentaries, including Mama C: Urban Warrior in the African Bush,
the O’Neal family has continued to honoring their ancestral roots, as taught them as members of the Black Panther Party.
The National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party delivers the ' State of the New Black Panther Party Address '
live on the International broadcast of the Party Black Power Radio.
The New Black Panther Party founded in Dallas, Texas in 1989 ' continues the tradition of grassroots organizing
& the cause for Justice began by Black Panthers before it.
The Parties ideology is revolutionary Black Nationalism & Pan Africanism
The Black Power Movement developed by the new BPP covers 60 cites in North America , Africa, England, France among other places.
The National Chairman is the lead officer of the NBPP and the Party is run is conjunction with a National Central Committee
The Parties goal is the Define, Develop, and Defend what is in the Best interest of Black People; called Black Power
The goals are outlined in the Parties 10 point program & 9 local objectives
Tune in to hear the direction of this New Party & what the men and women of the New Black Panther Party's objectives are in liberating black people from our current condition of mental death, low self esteem, and miseducation ... the effects of White Supremacy in the White Power Structure
In this show we speak with Victor Houston, a veteran member of the Black Panther Party from Oakland, CA'
He will speak on his time as a member of the Black Panther Party, The Legacy, History, and the efforts that are needed today.
He will speak on his time with the jackson family and the importance of George Jackson Univeristy.
We will cover current events and read from Soledad Brother
Today we will celebrate the life of Geronimo ji jaga, decorated US veteran, Black Panther, father, husband, sibling, friend, humanitarian, former Political Prisoner and POW, and founder of Kuji Foundation. Guests include: Kathleen Neal Cleaver, JD, former Communications Secretary, BPP, writer, professor,activist; Emory Douglas, author, artist, former Minister of Culture BPP; Robert King, author, prison abolishionist, Angola 3; Mujah Shakir, Ph.D., Detriot native & former member of the Nation of Islam, is a founding member of the International Campaign to Free Geronimo ji Jaga (Pratt) in 1987 and served as its Chair for 8 yrs. She is also a founding member of the national Jericho 98 Campaign to Free U.S. Political Prisoners and the local bay area Jericho Amnesty Campaign; Tiyesha Meroe, activist, member of Oscar Grant Committee Against Police Brutality and State Repression. She worked with the ICFGjj for 7 yrs.. She ,will co-host the the memorial and tribute to Geronimo with Emory Douglas at East Side Arts Alliance in Oakland, beginning at 6 PM July 15, 2011. Elder Ronald Freeman, Detroit, native, moved in LA in 1961. He was Field Secretary for Southern CA BPP chapter in charge of political and military activities, member, All of Us or None. Black Panther veteran, Kiilu Nyasha has been in the liberation struggle for over 40 years. An internationalist, she is a supporter of political prisoners, a death penalty and prison abolitionist & revolutionary journalist. Billy X Jennings& Dr. Gail Shaw ItsAboutTimeBPP.com. Special greetings from Tanzania, in order of broadcast: Joju ji jaga Cleaver, Brother Pete O'Neal, Mama Charlotte O'Neal.
Fox News Host: Eric Holder Ran DOJ 'Like The Black Panthers Would'
According to John Amato host Andrea Tantaros went slightly crazy and racist by describing in detail her hatred for Attorney General Eric Holder, after it was announced that he was resigning. What exactly did Tantaros mean when she said " Eric Holder Ran the DOJ like a Black Panther would?"
What is the fear of the Panther Party? What is the role of the Black advocate in Government?
Why did Eric Holder resign at this time? What does it mean for him to be the longest standing Attorney General in history? Was Eric Holder ever a member of the Black Panther Party?
What does Tantaros mean " He let the Black Panthers off the hook when they were voter-intimidating people!”"
What are the facts of Eric Holders Militant past??
October 1, 2014. Join Jimmy Lee Underground Radio for a lively discussion on current events, world news, and politics, TONIGHT we will be talking about the November election and who is carrying the Black agenda? Our guest is Bob Brown a longtime organizer for the AAPRP GC and SNCCM organizer for the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC). He has worked with Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael) from 1967 to 1998, as a member and/or supporter of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), the Black Panther Party (BPP), the Democratic Party of Guinea (PDG), the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP), the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania (South Africa) and a host of other movements and organizations throughout Africa, the African Diaspora and the World.
This hip hop political talk show based in Chicago is moderated by Jimmy Lee Tillman, II, an urban political strategist, founder of the Martin Luther King Republicans, and father of three. JImmy Tillman is currently running for US House of Representatives in the 1st Congressional District
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham
"Speaking Truth to Power and Ourselves"
Saturday, August 16, 2014 LIVE
"We were prepared then, as we are now, to give our all in the interest of oppressed people." - BPP
>> Boots on the Ground Reports
SpiritHouse Project, Susan K. Smith and Osagyefo Sekou
>> The Smearing of Dead Black Boys
>> Mental Illness in Police Departments
#FERGUSON #THEFRONTLINE #FERGUSONREBELLION #Homelandterrorism
Four Unarmed Black Men Have Been Killed By Police in the Last Month, From New York City and LA to Ohio and Ferguson, MO, they all died under disputed circumstances.
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