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Tune in as Host Anita Wills shares the saga of Africa's Ruling Tribe the Mandinga or Malinke.
Sundiata Keita (also known as Sogolon Djata or Mansa Sundiata) was from the Keita clan and born in the village of Niani near the modern day borders of Mali and and north-east Guinea. The Mandinka kingdoms were briefly conquered by the Ghana Empire (also known as the Wagadou Empire, c. 790 AD) under King Soumaoro Kanté during Sundiata’s youth. Sundiata Keita developed coalitions between the loosely federated Mandinka kingdoms to wage war against the Ghana Empire. In 1230 AD, Sundiata Keita led a rebellion against King Soumaba Cisse from the Mandinka's Kangaba kingdom-state in the south, which held important gold mines.
By 1235 AD., forces from the Ghana Empire were still fighting the Mandinka rebels and converged at the Koulikoro Region of modern day Bamako, Mali to meet Sundiata’s army. Sundiatas’ forces destroyed the army of Sosso King Sumanguru Kanté (Susu or Soussou ethnic group in Guinea) at the Battle of Kirina (also known as Battle of Krina).
The battle of Kirina is often cited as the final defeat of mediæval Ghana Empire in West Africa. Soumaoro Kanté is said to have disappeared in the Koulikoro mountains. Sundiata was crowned the title "Mansa" or "king of kings.” His three sons who succeeded him to the throne of the Mali Empire: Mansa Khalifa Keita, Ouati Keita, and Wali Keita, as well as a famed grandson Mansa Musa. The modern country of Ghana shares no territory with the medieval Ghana Empire, though some of its inhabitants claim ancestral lineage with the mediæval empire.
Sundiata Keita (circa 1210-1260 ad) was the founder of the Mali empire in West Africa. He is now regarded as a great magician-king and the national hero of the Malinke-speaking people.
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What is the function of the American prison system? Do men and woman who go to prison come out with psychological impairment? Sundiata, Askari, and their guests will examine the behaviors displayed within the prison society. Sundiata will compare and contrast his experiences in both prison and free society. Askari will share what he experiences in the Virginia prison system daily. Both will talk about the impact penal management has on the human psyche.
Free The Land . Tune into George Jackson University Radio Tonight, Wed . Feb. the 3rd ,2016 at 8:00 pm eastern standard time as Former Political Prisoner Sekou Kambui is on our educational platform . He is a brother that has been involved in 3 movements : CRM(Civil Rights Movement ); BLM (Black Liberation Movement); NAIM(New Afrikan Independence Movement ) . These 3 movements have influenced greatly the lives of many ancestors as well as current freedom fighters . Sekou Kambui was victimized via the system of racist white supremacy, which in turn sent him to prison . Before going to prison Brother Sekou was involved in SCLC,SNCC,BPP and RNA, not to mention local struggles in his home state of Alabama that is in the national territory of the PG . Join us as this brother discuss his history,case,current involvement in the struggle right now and even his writings . He wrote a pamphlet on the late comrade George Jackson . Get your notebook ready to enjoy this history and all those in Georgia/Alabama stay tuned to be made abreast of a local freedom fighter whom has fought for the people's liberation . The call in number to listen to the show is 347-826-7332 . TSIFL .
RALPH POYNTER: WHAT'S HAPPENING---TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2016
What is the latest evidence of the legacy of colonial terrorism? Fint, Mich: Still no effective response from the so-called Black Political community i.e. The Democratic Party, etc.-- Panelists
Excerpts from the Black Activists Writers Guild- Pinkney(Black Panther & former pol. prisoner)
Reports from the Death Camps: Lynne Stewart & Special Guests
N.Y.C. JERICHO Updates on our political prisoners: Anne Lamb
Weekly News Analysis: By refusing to face the reality of American national & international policies, we commit gradual suicide.- R. Poynter, T. Siracuse, J. Meyers, L. Pinkney, R. Shaheed
Another soldier passes: Remembering our beloved Sundiata Sadiq
Tune into George Jackson University Radio Wednesday the 30th,2015 at 8:00 pm eastern time . As we have long time standing prison abolitionist,supporter of Poltical prisoners ,writer,organizer and curator of materials for prisoners especially political prisoners such as Sundiata Acoli,Abdul Olugbala Shakur,Mutope Duguma and many more ,this staunch advocate for prisoners is Anthony Rayson of South Chicago ABC Zine Distro . The call in number to listen is 347-826-7332 . Uhuru Sasa ! Uhuru Sasa ! Uhuru Sasa !
Are the militiamen in Princeton, Oregon terrorist or freedom fighters? Does similar events between whites and blacks get covered by the news media in the same way? If four or more people get shot in a suburb its a mass shooting, but if four or more people get shot in the inner city its black on black violence. Why do white killers get labeled as psychotic while black killers get labeled as thugs and gangsters? Askari and Sundiata wi
George Jackson University December, 2015
On behalf of GJU (George Jackson University), we would like to express warm felt gratitude by thanking you for your contributions and participation in GJU programs. We greatly appreciate your time and efforts. Your participation is what makes GJU a valuable and resourceful institution. We strive to always be an institution that is a servant to the people and our communities.
As GJU continues to expand and grow to meet the increasing demands of the people, we are mindful that we will continue to need your support. As we strategize for 2016, your input, participation, and solidarity in upcoming events and programs would be monumental to our continued success.
We are happy to announce December 17, 2015 as the 1 year anniversary of George Jackson University radio program. Our broadcast is usually held on Wednesday, but due to the anniversary marker, we will be moving the radio program to this Thursday (Dec 17, 2015), starting at 8pm/EST. We invite you to join us as we move forward into another year of institutional building and the struggle for liberation. Please lets also use this time to highlight the work and advancements that you have done in your local regions and around the world, each and every one of you.
Sundiata J, GJU- Course Curriculum Developer
Kilaika B. Executive Director of GJU-Financial Administration Department
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This episode features veteran members of the black august resistance guests for Wed night Shujaa Graham,David Johnson and Sundiata Tate .. We will get into the true meaning of Black August and what we are suppose to do during this time. We must examine the get hero's and shero's of the movement, dig into the letters of George l jackson and push the movement forward today.
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Revolutionary Greetings . Join George Jackson University Radio tomorrow night . As long standing comrades and family make tributes to San Quentin 6 ,Political Prisoner and Revolutionary Hugo Yogi Pinell . Listen to some of the comrades words over his time incarcerated . Hear from brothers whom knew him personally and can give you insight into his mind,personality and character . Learn why this brother was tortured and how he became a prisoner of war and political prisoner . Hugo Pinell was for the people revolution anything else was not him . He made sacrifices to uplift ,educate and organize our people . But let his comrades speak for him ....Big Ern(Ernest Shepard);David Johnson(San Quentin 6);Sundiata Tate (San Quentin 6) and more . Tune in people The Struggle is for land . The call in number to listen to the show is 347- 826-7332 or listen online at GeorgeJacksonUniversityRadioBlog. Also check the comments below for further info .
TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2015 AGENDA TOPICS:
GUN CONTROL, SOUTH CAROLINA, & THE NAACP- POYNTER, STEWART, PINKNEY, MEYERS, MINNERLY, NEAL
UPDATE ON REV. PINKNEY- LARRY PINKNEY
UPDATE ON MUMIA ABU JAMAL- HENRY HIGGINS
UPDATE ON POLITICAL PRISONERS- LYNNE STEWART, SUNDIATA SADIQ, MARY NEAL
MOTHERS CRY FOR JUSTICE- JUANITA YOUNG
Norman Woods, once chose to be recognized and performed as N-Side, the blessed one. He felt that the name represented his appreciation for being able to express his internal struggles and various stages of his triumphs. Later on, he chose to be called N-Side and The Tribe, acknowledging appreciation of his band, He refers to his style as “Soul dialog”. Covering a variety of subjects, soul dialog is what takes place when you are engaged in meaningful conversation. These are the types of conversations, where each individual can feel as though they can contribute and participate.
N-Side's poetic work is done in a traditional style, which reflects his love of poetry from the "Harlem Renaissance" era. Most of his poetry is influenced by the writing of Langston Hughes, James Weldon Johnson, Arna Bontemps, Countee Cullen and so on. His contemporary jazz influences include, but are not limited to, Red Garland, Donald Byrd, Gil Scott-Heron, Sekou Sundiata and his favorite poet, Kamau Da'aood.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown for a conversation and listening party with the brilliant and talented Mr. Norman N-side Woods.
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