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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program is dedicated to the National Day of Mourning in honor of the indigenous people of North America who were forcefully removed from their land. In this broadcast we feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the arrest of four white men in the shooting of anti-racist demonstrators in Minneapolis where protests over the police killing of Jamar Clark have brought thousands into the streets; African Americans are leading demonstrations in the streets of Chicago as well after the release of a video showing the brutal killing of a teenager by police last year; the shooting down of a Russian fighterjet has intensified tensions between NATO and the government of President Vladimer Putin; and an examination of what is behind the wave of attacks from Paris to Bamako is reviewed. In the second hour we pay tribute to American Indian Movement (AIM) political prisoner Leonard Peltier who has been incarcerated in federal prisons for nearly forty years. Also we look at the hidden history of the Black Seminoles who fought the United States government in a series of wars during the 19th century. Finally we rebroadcast a Global Research Radio report on the US-backed war against the people of Yemen which originally aired earlier in the year.
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. In this broadcast we present our regular PANW segment with dispatches on the role of the Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) at its upcoming conference in the succession debates within the ruling African National Congress (ANC) and the ANC position on the burgeoning water crisis inside the country; the East African Community (EAC) is being pressured to intervene in the internal political crisis in Burundi stemming from the struggle over the third presidency of Pierre Nkurunziza; 10 people were reportedly killed in a bomb attack in Cameroon said to have been carried out by Boko Haram based in neighboring Nigeria; and the investigation continues into the assault on the Raddison Blu Hotel in the Malian capital of Bamako on November 20. In the second hour we present our guest Lee Robinson of the African Awareness Association in Richmond, Virginia. Robinson will be leading a delegation to Cuba next month. In addition we will discuss the significance of the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy highliting the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961 and the Missile Crisis of 1962. Finally we present an archived edition of Global Research Radio featuring Abayomi Azikiwe discussing the historical and social context of the Boko Haram insurgency in the northeast of Nigeria.
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on developments involving the November 20 attacks in Bamako that resulted in over two dozens deaths in the West African state of Mali; anti-racist demonstrations struck the city of Minneapolis this week where an African American youth was killed by the police; student anti-racist demonstrations are continuing throughout the United States after initial actions were held at the University of Missouri at Columbia two weeks ago; and a former police officer in the Detroit area was convicted in the severe beating of UAW member Floyd Dent. In the second hour we look at the historical developments surrounding the current conflict in Mali where regional divisions as well as U.S. and French interventions have worsened instability and violence over the last four years. Finally we examine the Movement for Black Lives spreading rapidly across campuses through an audio file of a broadcast from November 20.
This evening, I will interview and share the music of Laurie Dapice jazz vocalist, lyricist, musician and an arranger. In 2008, she was one of the top four finalist in the annual New York Jazz Mobile competition. Laurie has won awards from ASCAP, Billboard Magazine, ASCAP Plus awards and USA songwriting competitions. She has performed with and for Billy Harper, Barry Harris, George Mesterhazy, Michael Kanan, Rufus Reid, John DiMartino, Santi Debriano, James Weidman, Paul Lieberman, Elias Bailey, Benito Gonzalez and many others. Join us at Jazz Notes as we strive to keep jazz alive.
If your into those smooth sounds, and not so smooth sounds of jazz music, then you'll love this show. Welcome to "Jazz Ubiquity" with Djb-one as your host for the evening. When you except the invite into the Red Carpet Room, expect to hear a mixture of diffrent tunes and sounds from some the best jazz musicians in the business. Yes this Dj definitely knows how to diversify your minds, musically. Now if you feel as if this sounds like the perfect way to shake off those Monday blues, then by all means, press play and allow your Dj for the evening, to do the rest. You'll love the experience that Diversity Of The Minds gives you!. If you'd like to interact with the host, please dial 516-531-9334.
will discuss further the meaning of self hatred and what it has done to the Black Movement of Independence in America. The damage is irrefutable and sustaining so much so that it is one of the main causes of the break down in the Black Family that is creating so many single family house holds. That can neither maintain the children who suffer in silence nor the men and women who attempt this life of Blasphemy against the true command of the God of the Universe. “ A rereading of NOBODY KNOW MY NAME cannot help but convince the most avid of Baldwin’s admires of the hatred for blacks permeating (from) his writings. In the essay “PRINCESS AND POWERS” Baldwin’s interpretation of the conference of Black Writers and Artist which met in Paris in September 1956. The portrait of Baldwin that comes through his words is that of a mind in unrelenting opposition to the efforts of solemn, dedicated black m who have undertaken the enormous task of rejuvenating and reclaiming the shattered psyches and culture of the black people, a people scattered over the continents of the world and the islands of the seas, where they exist in the mud of the floor of the foul dungeon into which the world has been transformed by the whites." Eldridge Cleaver. Our beloved leader Huey P. Newton says this about the homosexual groups. "We should try to form working coalition with the gay liveration and women's liberation groups. We must always handle social forces inthe most appropriate manner."
When you contemplate the illustrious career of Harvey Mason, your mind HAS to be blown. Born and raised in Atlantic City, young Harvey absorbed the vibes of the great musicians THERE - and showed so much promise on drums that he was playing with Duke Ellington and Errol Garner in the 60's. Early in his recording career, there he was - up front and center with Blue Note Records. And on Columbia: Please go check out Herbie Hancock and The Headhunters for a refresher course in freshly fused Jazz :)
The associations that this consummate first-call musician has made through five decades is staggering. Because, quite simply, HE is. Nathan East has shared space and stages with The Mase for 25 years or so (Fourplay's "Silver" just dropped) and he firmly suggests that drummers of ANY note studied Harvey Mason in order to find their own style. He was THAT distinctive THAT early in his journey.
We dare you to find another legendary drummer who has been involved with more Gold and Platinum recording sessions than our guest. Awards, accolades, nods from NARAS and "Modern Drummer." Over 150 motion picture soundtracks. A regular fixture at the Oscars each year. And that long relationship with Fourplay cannot be stressed enough. When you're with a successful musical unit for 25 years, that's cause for celebration!
As bandmates Nathan, Chuck Loeb, Bob James, and Harvey prepare for a holiday run at the Blue Note in New York, our friend wanted to take the time - during this Thanksgiving week - to express his gratitude for all that his fans have given him. How beautiful that NEW fans and fellow artists got together for his album last year. And how wonderful that life-long "brothers" are banding together again right before Christmas. How fortunate are we to visit with Harvey again? You already KNOW :)
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Wed. Nov., 25th, 10pm-12midnight EST (7pm – 9pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Sam Sinyangwe of TheDemands.org. We’ll talk about the recent College Campus Protests that started with the Univeristy of Missouri #Mizzou and what their Demands are, etc. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and for the podcasts.
1) We'll also give an update on the Laquan McDonald murder case. Officer Jason Van Dyke has been charged with 1st Degree Murder but why did it take 400 days when the shooting was on video? 2) Thursday is Thanksgiving. We'll deal with some of the history of the holiday that Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango called "Misgiving Day". 3) Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw is allegedly intimidating witnesses during a Sex Crimes Trial where he is facing 36 counts of rape, sexual battery, etc. All of his 13 victims are African American Women. Maybe that's why there is not a lot of Mainstream Media coverage of this story. 4) This date in African American History.
When an ethnic group migrates to another country, the group brings its language and culture, which includes food, clothing, and religion. This can be an opportunity for sharing information and learning about one another's history. Or it can create an unpleasant clash of cultures and a hostile power struggle, depending upon how each side views and treats the other. Tony Jones, Executive Director of the Centre for Social Justice and Development Inc., is also Chairman of the National Unity Commission which has been tasked to investigate impediments to unity in Guyana. Today, he'll take a look at the Indianization of the Caribbean. What do we do when immigration creates a clash of cultures and a struggle for dominance? How can we create unity through mutual respect
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Wicked Wednesday in TheBasement with Host Jazz' Jai.
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The Origins of Black Hatred, Neglect, Disrespect, Lack of Discipline and Disregard for Black Life & Black Power PART III
THE REASON BLACK PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE POWER! AND CAN JUST ONLY SAY "BLACK POWER"!
Dr. Alli Muhammad MS, PhD, MD:
The Origins of Black Hatred, Neglect, Disrespect, Lack of Discipline and Disregard for Black Life & Black Power (Authority, Respect, Command, Rules, Discipline & Sovereignty) PART 3 - Curatives & Preventatives of the Maladies & Triggers
Dr. Alli Muhammad CGIC-RBPP exposes the traumatic origins of Black racial neglect, disrespect, lack of discipline & Disregard for Black Life & Black Power. This is part 3 herein will deal with the curatives and preventatives for this horrible condition amongst our people, which is one of many corollaries of the Traumatic Black African Holocaust Disorder as a result of the Black African Holocaust.
Baba Osagyefo Olugbala Revolutionary Goon, General Dr. Alli Muhammad M.S., PhD, MD AKA "Super Nigga". Fights for us on many battlefields he is our BOLD REVOLUTIONARY BLACK POWER WARRIOR GENERAL. Dr. Alli Muhammad is the Chief-General-In-Command of the RBPP.
The Revolutionary Black Panther Party – RADIO BROADCAST
Tonight – Thursday – November 26, 2015 - 9:30 pm EST
9:30PM Eastern | 8:30PM CDT| 7:30PM MDT| 6:30 PM Pacific
TOPIC: The Origins of Black Hatred, Neglect, Disrespect and Disregard for Black Life & Black Power PART 3 (
Curatives & Preventatives of the Maladies & the Triggers)
(By Dr. Alli Muhammad - CGIC-RBPP)
Call: 347-637-2773 To Listen In