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Has Bernie Sanders broken Hillary Clinton's "Latino firewall" or is the Vermont senator facing a challenge his campaign can't overcome? Prominent immigrant rights advocate and Sanders' National Latino Press Secretary Erika Andiola joins us to discuss. Actor Evelyn Lorena will give us her take as well.
Later in the show, we hear from Alonzo Mendoza, a member of the pro-immigrant rights group that protested President Barack Obama's SXSW appearance. Join the convo and dial 347.308.8633!
Louis E. Perego Moreno, founder and executive producer of Prime Latino Media, will be joining us to discuss his "A Latino Call to Arms in Not Supporting the Tribeca Film Festival" opinion piece.
Later in the show, we spend some time telling you all about the most racist campaign ad of 2016.
Dolores Huerta joins us at the top of the hour to discuss what actually happened Saturday in Nevada when she says that Bernie Sanders supporters chanted "English only" when she offered to translate at a caucus vote.
After we speak with Dolores, Julia Torres Barden talks to us about the the "Latino litmus test," which has entered the national dialogue again with the candidacies of Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
Also joining us will be Steven Slugocky,Chairman for the Maricopa Democratic Party. He will speak to us regarding the possible voter suppression going on in Phoenix AZ.
Join the convo and call 347.308.8633
WORDS MAKE PEOPLE - On Sunday April 10, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. EST
Join me, Michael Saahir and my co-host Mustaffaa Abdullah in discussion with our special guest Dr. Amiri Al-Hadid of Nashville, TN and Brother Ameen Muhammad of Los Angeles, CA as we discuss: AL-ISLAM and AFRO-CENTRICITY at HCBUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities).
Imam W. Deen Mohammed stated that “Afrocentricity, minus Islam, is a cheat!” Those words still strongly resonate in the mind, heart and souls of his followers. On many collegiate level campuses African American history departs have been created or expanded to include deeper studies on the contributions of, and the diaspora of African and her children.
Dr. Al-Hadid served as chair of Tennessee State University Faculty Senate, chair of Africana Studies and is a professor. He is active in the National Council for Black Studies, the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations, and the Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists.
Brother Ameen Mohammed is the author of the book, “AFROCENTRICITY, MINUS AL-ISLAM, CHEATS--: EXPOSING THE CONSPIRACY TO ROB AFRICAN AMERICANS OF THEIR MOST PRECIOUS HERITAGE”
A challenge many Muslim college students face is the aggressive methods many college history professors use as they charge, “Islam as being a slave-making religion.” On many campuses there are attempts to totally remove Islam from African studies.
This version of WORDS MAKE PEOPLE will address these challenges including what should we be doing to address these concerns.
We welcome you to listen by calling 714 816-4673; you can press 1 to speak with host. Or listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2016/04/17/al-islam-and-afro-centricity-at-hcbus-historically-black-colleges-universities
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. March., 22nd, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Will Afro-Cubans & African Americans Be Able To Financially Benefit From Improved U.S./Cuban Policies?
1) We discussed President's Obama historic trip to Cuba and what it means for Afro Cubans and African Americans. 2) More violence at a Donald Trump rally this past weekend in Arizona. An African American who is a Trump supporter attacked an Anti-Trump protester. 3) Recap of the Congressional Hearings on Thursday, March 17th where Gov. Rick Snyder was grilled by Congress. 4) We shared an excerpt of Dr. Marimba Ani's remarks at the Memorial Service for Dr. Frances Cress Welsing this past Saturday in Washington, D.C. 5) This date in African American History.
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 listen to the podcasts.
Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with cohost Tanya McLain-Pruitt discuss Out of control EGO.
Tonight on Latino Rebels Radio, we have a full lineup! At the top of the hour, we will be joined by Natalia Linares, who was in charge of SOL LIFE SXSW— an official SXSW showcase featuring the next generation of modern cross-cultural sounds.
Also joining us will be Jessica Reeves, the COO of Voto Latino. At SXSW Interactive, Voto Latinos announced the launch of a new app which allow people to scan their ID to register to vote.
We close the show with Ovarian Psycos. The documentary about the all-female bicycle collective from East LA made its feature debut at SXSW Film with a total of three packed showings. Directed by Kate Trumbull-LaValle and Joanna Sokolowski, the documentary follows the group of predominately young Latina women referred to as “Ovas.” Tune in to learn more about these Chingonas! Call 347.308.8633!
Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with cohost Tanya McLain-Pruit discuss Human nature and the truth.
The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series
Min. Diógenes Muhammad
The Minister of the First "Latino" Mosque in the Nation of Islam and the United States of America
Bro. Diógenes was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and moved to New York City's Spanish Harlem "El Barrio" in 1961 at the age of 14.
In 1969, he accepted the teachings of the Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad and was one of the first "Latinos" to join Mosque No. 7 under NOI National Representative Minister Louis Farrakhan and Captain Yusef Shah.
Once establishing a small Spanish speaking squad, Bro. Diogenes (who became the Minister) Brother Skelse X (from Guatemala who became the Captain) and Hubert 5X (from Costa Rica who became the Secretary) leased a "Steak-N-Take" and from there rented a space to start "Mosque No. 7-J" in Spanish Harlem in 1972, the first Latin Mosque in the United States of America.
The Team attracted new Believers from Puerto Rican, Dominican, Colombian, Panamanian, Cuban, Costa Rican, Venezuelan and Ecuadorian descent and brought Islam to spanish people and neighborhoods in NYC.
In 1975, Bro. Diogenes became the NOI interpreter under Imam W.D. Mohammed, helping translate NOI materials into Spanish.
After the Rebuild of the NOI, Bro. Diogenes became the first National Latino Minister under the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan and re-established the 1st all-Latino Study Group after the Rebuild.
Join us as we discuss the rich history of Latinos (correctly referred to as the Indigenous or Aboriginal People) in Islam in America!
With co-hosts Wakeel Allah, David Muhammad and Understanding Allah
THUR 4/21/16 at 8pm EST
Call in# 646-595-4289