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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This edition will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the warning by the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding the suggestion that Saudi Arabian troops will intervene in Syria on the side against the government of President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus; the South Sudan SPLA-IO leader and current re-appointed Vice-President Reik Machar says he will not re-locate to the capital of Juba until the demilitarization process is complete; there was a large demonstration in the capital of Burundi in support of the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza on Feb. 13 amid reports that neighboring Rwanda plans to relocate refugees from Burundi to another African state; and the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry in Guyana says it has completed its report on the assassination of the African and Caribbean historian who was killed in June 1980. In the second hour we continue our recognition of the 90th anniversary of African American History Month which was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926. We look at the problems of African American historical periodization through a lecture delivered by Professor John Hope Franklin in 1969. Finally in the third hour and related to African American History Month, we present more primary source documentation commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party.
Listen to this edtion of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program will feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on developments in the Republic of South Africa involving the ongoing struggle against racism some 22 years after the fall of the apartheid system; the Islamic Republic of Iran has congratulated the Southern African state of Zimbabwe on its role during the tenure of President Robert Mugabe as the rotating Chair of the African Union; there has been a foreign ministers meeting between various states in North and East Africa related to the building of the Ethiopian Great Renaissance Dam Project; and Tunisia is escalating its security precautions in light of the risk posed by the instablity in neighboring Libya. In the second hour we present a recent interview with Abayomi Azikiwe over the Progressive Radio Network on the 2016 elections and the role of the Democratic and Republican party candidates. Finally we continue our monthlong tribute to the 90th anniversary of African American History Month presenting a speech by Stokely Carmichael, the then Chair of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), delivered at the University of California at Berkely during October 1966 addressing the Black Power slogan and its relationship to the broader movement for civil rights and opposition to the war in Vietnam.
Disease on the RISE! GLYPHOSATE - The NEW Reality!
Ever wonder Why Gluten / Wheat sensitivity have dramatically become a rising problem, in the recent years?!
Join us as Dr. Stephanie Seneff talks about the Lethal amounts of Glyphosate, being used on the food We eat!
Dr.Stephanie Seneff discusses how Glyphosate is being used by Farmers on their Crops & how it builds up in humans; accumulating in their bodies and ultimately playing a role in Dementia, Obesity, Heart disease, Cancer, Gastrointestinal disease & MORE!
Dr. Mercola asked that we get the word out there !
Why the Use of Glyphosate in Wheat Has Radically Increased Celiac Disease
Dr Stephanie Seneff - Vaccines, Glyphosate and Autism
Sound Health Options
The Sickle-Cell Anemia Research Foundation has raised the consciousness ofthe community, first by giving it the basic facts about the disease, and second by bringing to its attention the neglect of the disease in medical research. The community has learned through the foundation 's program that the people themselves can organize and find solutions to the problems that daily affect their survival. HUEY P. NEWTON The 63rd session of the UN General Assembly in December 2008 adopted a resolution on the “recognition of sickle-cell anaemia as a public health problem,” and urged Member States and UN organizations to raise awareness of SCD on June 19 of each year.21 Despite the fact that the UN has called for global efforts “to bring the disease out of the shadows,” relatively little attention has been given to assessing the burden of SCD and how to reduce it in Africa, where about 85% of children with SCD are born.22 In 2010, the WHO Regional Office for Africa proposed a SCD strategy in official recognition of the fact that this disease is an important cause of child mortality in many African countries.23 Enough is already known to justify investment in public health SCD programs, such as those already in place for other conditions (e.g., HIV or malaria), for promoting widespread screening, health education, and treatment to prevent or manage SCD complications.
Tonight how is the transportation issues to the hospital destructive to the BLACK COMMUNITY. Is there in fact a need for The Black Panther Party's People's Free Ambulance Service which provides free, rapid transportation for sick or injured people without time-consuming checks into the patients' financial status or means. Adequate ambulance service has long been a problem in Black communities
across this country. Hospitals either blanketly refuse to send their ambulances into Black communities or charge exorbitant prices if they do offer the service.
The People's Free Ambulance Service operates with at least one ambulance on a twenty-four-hour emergency basis, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a nonemergency or convalescent basis. The services provided by this survival program are totally free. People are transported to and from the hospital doctor'so hospital a modern comfortable ambulance by courteous, efficient and knowledgeable attendants.
The number of ambulances and other necessary equipment will vary with the size ofthe city to be serviced, but at least three to four ambulances should be used in large metropolitan areas with sizable Black communities.
Ambulances should contain oxygen equipment for those patients who may need it en route to the hospital; other health supplies such as first-aid kits; and most important, dispatch radio equipment so that the ambulance drivers can be in constant communication with headquarters. 1be radio equipment should be of the highest possible quality so that it will have minimal mechanical failures.
One or more nonemergency vehicles are used to transport the convalescent to the doctor; clinic, or hospital.
Meet: Sporty King, speaker, author, humanitarian and humorous guest discussing Black History Month with January Jones.
Sporty shares his brilliant poem entitled "HIStory IS OURstory.
Black History is a celebration of America
Through its African descent
It aligns us with God's vision
Of the melting pot he's sent. . . .
Also Sporty and January discuss what our world would be like without Blacks.
Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep, Shems Arit Neter - S Mery Maati and Shems Tut Akhu Aset Maat for Morning Devotional Worship, Kemetic (Egyptian) prayers, chanting, singing and philosophy. Our current series is the Asarian Resurrection from African Religion Volume 4 Asarian Theology by Dr. Muata Abhaya Ashby.
Tonight: Sat. February 13, 2016 on "NU Day" A look at "Black History 365" Are We Preserving Our History and Legacies As Well As We Should?
What does the guilty verdict mean for NY killer cop? AND: Update on the parole of Dr. Mutulu Shakur ALSO: The increase of rape and molestation of our women and girls is happening nationwide. Find out what MWM and the National Black Women's Defense League is preparing to do about it
AND: Is she Serious? Meryl Streep says "we're all Africans"....
On the "LIVE LINE" Sis. Keisha, providing information about the upcoming "Black Love" event that she and Professor James Small will be convening on Feb. 21, 2016 in NY and she will also give some insight into some of the real politics on the Big Apple and how it does and will affect Black/African folks. Also on the "LIVE LINE": Meet Bro. Charlse Pitts co-host of the "Connecting The Dots" heard on Harambee Radio.
in Self Help
In this Episode we will reveal and secret hidden for years by the Medical Industry, that my change your view of how health and disease is not what your think. What if you found that you could heal yourself of most illness and diseases without every seeing a physican. We if I told you this was already known by most physicians and drug companies but they will never tell you why or how to Self-recover and prevent illness.
Join as we reveal this hidden knowledge, and offer a new way of looking at illness, health, and disease.
Pt2 RasTafari Sabbatical Rss#19 Terumah | JAH Offerings #LionOfJudah @LOJSociety
1 Kings 5:12-6:13
New Testament Reading
2 Cor 9:1-15; Matt 5:33-37
Portion Outline - PROPHETS
1 Kings 5:1 | Preparations and Materials for the Temple
1 Kings 6:1 | Solomon Builds the Temple
The nineteenth reading from the Torah is named Terumah (?????). In Exodus 25:2, the LORD commanded Moses to “tell the sons of Israel to [take] a contribution for Me.” The word translated as “contribution” is terumah(?????), which is the name of this Torah portion. Terumah is a word with no real English equivalent. In the Torah,terumah refers to a certain type of offering dedicated to the Temple, like a tithe or firstfruits offering. In Exodus 25, the contribution is for the building of a holy place. This Torah reading is occupied with the instructions for the building of the Tabernacle and its furnishings.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the rapidly developing situation involving the water crisis in Flint; in Chicago a police officer who killed an African American is suing the family saying he suffered trauma as a result of opposition to his actions; the Sudan government is participating in miliary manuevers designed to advance Saudi-GCC objectives in Yemen; South Sudan is hiring 20,000 teachers from the Southern African state of Zimbabwe; and Somalian authorities say that a bomb ripped through a jet plane that killed one person. In the second and third hours we continue our monthlong tribute to African American History Month with an examination of the Dr. W.E.B. DuBois papers which were dedicated at the University of Massuchusetts at Amherst iin 1980. Finally, we look at the situation surrounding the International Criminal Court trial of ousted Ivory Coast President Dr. Laurent Gbagbo who was overthrown by French imperialism.