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  • Mad U: hosts Sarah Knutson and Lauren Tenney: An Evening with Sharon Cretsinger

    in Current Events

     Lessons from feminism in an era of inter-oppression. There are many parallels between women and madness, including our rise and fall as people's self-determination movements. Significantly, activists in both groups started out meeting in each others' homes, talking separatism, liberation and consciousness-raising. Both had visions of a new world order that turned existing power relations on their heads. Now both groups are funded, organized, integrated and professional. Yet, the world, for most of us, is still the largely same. So what happened? How come so many of us still feel oppressed?

  • 01:13

    Music Unites the World Simulcast

    in Spirituality

    By beating the same beat, singing the same song, feeling the same feeling


    multiple platforms  concurrently worldwide


    UNITY - HARMONY - LOVE


    GLOBAL CONSCIOUSNESS MOVEMENT


    Let us eliminate any doubts of oneness and separatism


    We are all the same – any differences bring colour to the tapestry of life


    The goal is to unite all as one, to radiate love through all matter with the power of sound


    Music resonates feelings that cannot be translated into words alone


    Music is a conduit that heals, enhancing possibility for sonic vibrations to change physical matter


    Music dissolves walls, opens hearts, and brings down barriers


    Music takes us beyond our present perspectives to places we have never dreamt of before


    ULTIMATELY TO HEAL THE WORLD!


    Join us April 22nd for a Music Unites The World Earth Day celebration.


    10am PDTAn introduction to the Music Unites The World collective, and setting our intentions to unify in harmony.


    11am PDTJoin us and sync up globally to sing "All You Need Is Love" by the Beatles in unison around the world.


    www.musicunitestheworld.com

  • 02:03

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PANAFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    This weeks show will be about the formation of new groups that wish to be a part of building a nation for African Americans.   The PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT  has gained momentum over the last 30 years.  From the time Malcolm, El Haji Malik Shabazz started the mirror image of the Organization of African Unity, the Organization of Afro-American Unity, the support is overwhelming that is given by the Africans who live in America. After leaving the Nation of Islam El Haji put all of his influence over the Nationalist and the Muslims who followed him to form the Organization of Afro-American Unity. His words and Ideas still ring true, and no matter what has been said or done to our Beloved Leader we continue the struggle. These were his words to us on June 8, 1964 three moths after leaving. "So it was our intention to try and find out what it was our African brothers were doing to get results, so that you and I could study what they had done and perhaps gain from that study or benefit from their experiences. And my traveling over there was designed to help to find out how. " If we do not go to Africa and study how they have achieved their results, the only way we can build a nation is to study Nation building. It is illogical to declare you a Nationalist if you are ignoring these facts. Should we continue the Movement by reviving the OAAU  "Barely a month after his selection, Mr. Carmichael, then just 25, raised the call for black power, thereby signaling a crossroads in the civil rights struggle. Increasingly uncomfortable with Dr. King's resolute nonviolence, he sensed a shift among some younger blacks in the direction of black separatism. Many were listening sympathetically to the urgings of Malcolm X, who had been assassinated a year and a half earlier, that the struggle should be carried out by any means necessary." 


     


     


     

  • 01:40

    South African Activist/Author WHITE GENOCIDE SOUTH AFRICA

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join American White History Month Radio Talk Show this Thursday, February 26 from 7 PM CTR to 9 PM, for our series on White Genocide in South Africa


    Our guests this week are Dan Roodt is a South African activist, literary critic and writer. Roodt is the deputy leader and spokesperson of South African right-wing political party Front National formed in late 2013 which promotes separatism and Afrikaner self-determination.


    Cuan Elgin worked most of his life as a South African Tourism Manager and is now an accomplished historical author. His book 'BULALA' was written from a "Boer" perspective.


    This will be a call-in show where your questions, comments and conversation are welcome.  Call (347) 637-3768 and join us, your Hosts, Marshall Nicely, Roxy Ladie and Karin Smith.

  • 01:00

    WORLD VIEW CONVERSATIONS

    in Current Events

    October 24, 2014


    A Conversation with Arthur Kemp


    Nova Europa


    Arthur Kemp is the author of Nova Europa, a book which advocates for the establishment of an Ethno State for European peoples.  Mr. Kemp is also the owner of Ostara Publications.  He was previously the foreign affairs spokesman for the BNP, British National Party until his resignation in 2011.


    Mr. Kemp was born in Rhodesia and also worked as a journalist for the South African Conservative Party.  Mr. Kemp supported Afrikaner Separatism. 


    In this Edition of World View Conversations, we will discuss:


    The importance of the Ethno State for our People – “Nova Europa”


    The demographic crisis in Great Britain and Europe


    Political dynamics in Great Britain, UKIP vs. Nationalist Parties


    The Cultural Genocide


    The Shift in political dynamics in Europe


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                                 TWITTER @annradio


    Visit Ostara Publications: http://ostarapublications.com/


    COPYRIGHT NOTICE:


    The American Nationalist Network (ANN), supports the use and availability of its programs for the general public under the “fair use” portion of Section 107 of the US Copyright Law. We require only that the content is clearly notated as being produced by and for the American Nationalist Network (ANN). Changing of its material in any fashion, whether audio or graphic, is prohibited.

  • 00:32

    Guest: Monica Islam, Environmental and Human Rights Journalist from Bangladesh

    in Education

    Monica Islam aspires to advance human rights and social justice through the media. She regularly contributes articles to The Daily Star (Bangladesh) and Dhaka Tribune, two widely-read English daily newspapers in Bangladesh. She hosts online radio shows at Sylvia Global Media Network. Some of the issues she covered through her work are religious separatism, prejudice based on skin colour, rights to education of special needs children, gender-based violence, women in environment, and university youth club reforms. Monica was selected as ‘Voices of Our Future Correspondent 2013’ by World Pulse, a US-based social media enterprise which trains grassroots leaders in citizen journalism. She has over three years of experience in the media and development sectors.


    Monica has attended several development-oriented conferences and media trainings both at home and abroad, such as the 3rd Global Social Business Summit (Vienna, Austria), UNFPA ICPD beyond 2014 Global Youth Forum (Bali, Indonesia), and Asia-Pacific Youth Parliament for Water (Seoul, Korea). In the latter, she was not only a national representative but was also elected as the Vice-Chair of Commission-2 and awarded as an Exceptional Participant. She is trained in journalism by Thomson Reuters Foundation (London, UK) and International Center for Journalists. She is also a Certified First Responder in Dhaka, Bangladesh.


    Global Eco Theatre is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com


    Stay tuned!

  • 01:51

    Esoteric Geopolitics -- Strategies and Secrets

    in Spirituality

    Stephen Lewis, analytic astrologer joins forces with Steven Frampton, astrologer and psychic medium, to analyze current events in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and beyond. Join this fascinating foray into metaphysics and get a leg up on America's strategies and secrets, as shown by the stars. Topics for this installment of Metaphysical Media include: Israel's Operation Protective Edge, the most recent BRIC summit, developments in Ukraine separatism and a whole lot more.

  • 02:00

    Black Militancy, Separatism and Liberation Theology

    in Politics

    What is the basis and history of Black Militancy and is it needed today? Is Black Separatism a viable option for blacks today and why would they choose to separate themselves? Is Black Liberation Theology being smeared or misunderstood? Bro. George, host of Pan-AfricanForum gives his views and opinions on these subjects. Plus Political News and Views from OBM.

  • 02:00

    Separatism In America & The Great Racial Divide - Enough Is Enough

    in Entertainment


    Sun. August 30, 2009 - 11PM EST. 8PM PST
    Tonight’s Topic:
    "Separatism In America & The Great Racial Divide - Enough Is Enough".


    Join us
    "Live in the Vocal Booth" With The BKS1 Radio Team; Storm Norm, Trish aka "Super Woman", Miss Kiya, Chill Mr. Keep It Real, Smoov P, Steve The Promoter and Political Analyst Charles D. Ellison

    Rich, Poor, Middle Class? Baptist, Catholic or Muslim. Why Does Everything Have To Be So Black & White? Whats The Purpose Of These Labels Other Than To Separate People? If We Are One Big United Country, Why Do We Act Like We Are All Not All In This Together? Does It Make For A Better Economy? Is This Good For Our Future or Our Childrens Future ? How Can We Be Productive As A Nation If Everyone Isn't Truly Trying To Unite Because There Are So Many Things That Divide? We Want To Know How You Feel? Call In & Be Heard 646-929-1530


    Our Special Guest This Evening Will Be AL BUTLER- Radio Host Of 900AM WURD


    Al Butler has proven over the past 10 years that his real strength is in entertaining, insightful dialogue. For years he has tackled the daily questions that people all over the country assemble around water coolers to discuss. Al has been recognized as one of Philadelphia’s “People to Watch Under the Age of 40”, “Men Making A Difference” and “Urban Insite’s Sexiest Man Alive”.


    Our Musical Guest This Evening Is Recording Artist “Michael Charles”


    Check Him Out On www.myspace.com/meetmichaelcharles



    Call IN & BE HEARD: 646-929-1530

    Watch Us Live On WWW.USTREAM.TV/CHANNEL/BKS1RADIO

  • 01:50

    The Might Is Right Power Hour W/ Bill Rhyes

    in Radio

    An interview with Craig Cobb. He will fill us in on the latest developments in Leith ND. Mr Cobb has infuriated the anti-White/pro White genocide forces with his plan for a pro-White town (Cobbville) in ND. He will also discuss racialism, Christ Insanity, Creativity, and the fascinating life he has lived. Mr. Cobb will answer questions from callers as well. 

  • 00:58

    The Indian Great Awakening with Linford Fisher

    in History

    This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Dr. Linford Fisher, author of The Indian Great Awakening: Religion and the Shaping of Native Culture in Early America.
    The First Great Awakening was a time of heightened religious activity in the colonial New England. Among those whom the English settlers tried to convert to Christianity were the region's native peoples. In this book, Linford Fisher tells the gripping story of American Indians' attempts to wrestle with the ongoing realities of colonialism between the 1670s and 1820.
    In particular, he looks at how some members of previously unevangelized Indian communities in Connecticut, Rhode Island, western Massachusetts, and Long Island adopted Christian practices, often joining local Congregational churches and receiving baptism. Far from passively sliding into the cultural and physical landscape after King Philip's War, he argues, Native individuals and communities actively tapped into transatlantic structures of power to protect their land rights, welcomed educational opportunities for their children, and joined local white churches.
    Charting this untold story of the Great Awakening and the resultant rise of an Indian Separatism and its effects on Indian cultures as a whole, this gracefully written book challenges long-held notions about religion and Native-Anglo-American interaction
    Linford Fisher is an assistant professor of history at Brown University. He received his doctorate from Harvard University in 2008 and taught for a year in the Indiana University system before coming to Brown in 2009. His research field is early American history, including the history of religion in America and Native American history.
    For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://www.FieldstoneCommon.com
    LIVE: THURSDAY, 23May 2013 at 1:00pm EDT