• 02:05

    World Wide Africa The Voice of the Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    "Since we have to fight for land, it makes sense to fight for the richest land, which you'll be able to develop much quicker, thus, build your strength much faster. In order to take land, you must follow a revolutionary formula. You must seize the land, hold the land, develop the land and then expand. You have to seize, hold, develop, and expand. You seize, you hold it, you develop, and you expand. I don't think we could seize much land in America but, even if we could, I know we couldn't hold it. And even if we could hold it, it's certainly true that we could not develop land in America as rapidly as we could in Africa, which is the richest continent in the world." This is what Kwame Toure said about our duty as africans, and it holds true for today. It does not stop untill  we have our land back. He also nails the problem in these next lines why we should stop thinking the fight is only to be fought by Continental Africans only. "Many people when they try to analyze the problems of the African in America calls it a problem peculiar to America. They take the history back to the Africans when they came to America. That's absurd. The problem didn't start in America. The problem started in Africa when the first white man came to rape us of our continent and of our people. That's where the problem started. That's the roots of the problem. The first white boy that came there and tried to get us had to fight. That's where the problem started. America is only an extension of the war. A tangent, if you will. But the problem didn't start in America. It started in Africa. We fought in Africa, we fought in the slave ships, we fought in America, we fought during slavery, we fought after slavery, we've been fighting, we continue to fight because it's only an extended war. That is all. We are fighting today." The Race War has always been in affect wake up

  • 00:40

    C Liberia Clearly Hottest Liberian Hits

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    Berenice Mulubah bringing you C Liberia Clearly Hottest Liberian Hits Live

  • 02:18

    World Wide Africa The Voice of The Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    The voice of our fallen brothers and sisters cry out to me, this week I have to share with you, The experience of Soweto Uprising, its effects on us today. I would like you to call in and share your memories of this man and his words, Steve Bantu Beko "Briefly defined therefore, Black Consciousness is in essence the realization by the black man of the need to rally together with his brothers around the cause of their oppression - the blackness of their skin - and to operate as a group in order to rid themselves of the shackles that bind them to perpetual servitude. It seeks to demonstrate the lie that black is an aberration from the "normal" which is white. It is a manifestation of a new realization that by seeking to run away from themselves and to emulate the white man, black(s) are insulting the intelligence of whoever created them black. Black Consciousness, therefore takes cognizance of the deliberateness of the God's plan in creating black people black.  It seeks to infuse the black community with a new-found pride in themselves, their efforts, their value systems, their culture, their religion and their outlook to (of) life. The interrelationship between the consciousness of the self and the emancipatory program is of a paramount importance.Blacks no longer seek to reform the system because so doing implies acceptance of the major points around which the system revolves. Blacks are out to completely transform the system and to make of it what they wish." 

  • 02:21

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Join "Africa On The Move" Sunday, March 15, 2015 from 7 - 9 PM EST. Tonight we will be focusing on "A Critic of the African Church in U.S." & " Africans In Solidarity With Cuba." Join Us, listen in at 323-679-0841 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move  Brother Africa looks forward to learing from your experiences, we thank you for your particiation and support.

     

  • 02:02

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Today on "Africa On The Move" will feature a update on "the War in the Congo" & "Taking the Money....to Hidden Prisons." Join Us on Sunday, March 8, 2015 from 7 - 9 PM EST. You may listen in at 323-679-081, or join us online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move

     

  • 02:05

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Join "Africa On The Move" Sunday, March 1, 2015 for 7 - 9 PM EST. The topic for this program  will be: "The War Machine...
    Given A Blank Check" & "A Call To Action: The Richmond Public Schools in Richmond, VA." You may listen in at 323-679-0841 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move
     

  • 02:06

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    :Join "Afica On The Move" on Sundays Evenings from 7 - 9 p.m. est. by dialing 323-679-0941 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move and share with a friend. Today's program (Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015 p.m. est) will feature the following topic: "Examining the 5th
    Column, Traitors and the Enemy from Among and Within Us and the Movement Historically." Join Us and Share!.

  • 01:00

    Exploring artistic South Africa

    in Travel

    World Footprints revisits South Africa to explore the country that Nelson Mandela built. Our journey will take us through the world of fine art and will focus on the transformative power of art with Martin Britz, President and Founder of Soweto Fine Art, will join us from Johannesburg to talk about his personal journey from an Afrikaner military officer to a champion for black South African artists. Martin will share some unique insights into the people, culture, and South African society today; and he’ll talk about his quest to promote and empower the diverse people on the African continent and expose its art treasures to the world. Then we’ll travel back to Maryland for a visit to Galerie Myrtis to chat with several prominent art collectors who gathered to discuss the topics of cultural preservation through art collecting, connoisseurship and philanthropy. Based in Baltimore, Galerie Myrtis features works by African, African-American and emerging artists with a mission to utilize the visual arts to raise awareness for artists who deserve recognition for their contributions in artistically portraying our historic and cultural landscape; and recognize art movements that paved the way for freedom of artistic expression.

  • 01:53

    World Wide Africa the Voice of the World/Wide African Pan African Convention

    in Politics

    This episode will be about "THE WORLD/WIDE PAN AFRICAN CONVENTION OF 2015" with my Co-Host Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz.  The discussion will be about the travel plans to Azania and Zimbabwe as well as accomidations.  This will be a Convention on Solutions to the problems of the Black African around the globe. The best way to solve our problems is to first  address them and know them well. This will give us the advantage of seeing how our people are being oppressed all over the World and how we as a Whole can make Solutions not just talk about them. How to contribute to making the lives of our People increase economiclly  and create better World for ourselves and our youth.


     

  • 02:03

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    If you want revolutionary information, speak power to truth and a Pan-African worldview, then join "Africa On The Move" every Sunday, from 7 - 9 p.m. est. You may listen in at 323-679-0841 or go onine at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.
     

  • 02:08

    Africa On The Move

    in Radio

    Join "Africa On The Move" today (Sunday, March 29, 2015),  from 7 - 9 PM EST, as we discuss and explore the killing of Brother Cinque D' Jahspora of Jackson, Tennessee and the upcoming event "Black Martyrs' Day. You are invited to join us by dailing in at (323) 679-0841 or join us online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.

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