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  • 02:28

    The Helios Biblios Hour (book of the SUN) : present Dr. Yaa-Lengi Meema Ngemi

    in Current Events

    Dr. Yaa-Lengi Meema Ngemi,TEACHER OF PHYSICS-CHEMISTRY-BIOLOGY,AFRICIAN HISTORY. CULTURE AND PHILOSOPHY,ORIGINAL TRANSLATOR FROM FRENCH TO ENGLISH OF DR. CHEIKH ANTA DIOP’S BOOK CIVILIZATION OR BARBARISM ,AUTHOR GENOCIDE IN THE CONGO-ZAIRE,- Lectured Internationally At Universities In Africa, USA And Other Countries - Lectured At Universities Including University Of Medicine And Denistry Of New Jersey, Rutgers University, Temple University, Queens College, Fairleigh Dickerson University, And Borough Of Manhattan College . One of his many fight is to stop the oppreession in the congo The Congolese people are marching in order to stop Joseph Kabila from changing the Congolese constitution so that he can remain in power past December 2016, the end of his second and last term as prescribed by the DRC constitution.Yet, Joseph Kabila, backed by his mentors Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda But, while in Burkina Faso the soldiers and police refrained from shooting at or from blocking the people from marching onto the parliament, in the Congo, Joseph Kabila, who has recruited foreign forces from Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, has given them Congolese police and army uniforms and has been using them to block the population from getting close to the Parliament, and they have shown no restraint in their brutality and no hesitation in using live ammunition against the marchers, in spite of United Nation warning to president Kabila against using these foreign forces against the unarmed Congolese civilians.

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program features our regular Pan-African News Wire segment with dispatches on the recent attacks on a four-star hotel in the West African state of Burkina Faso where 23 people were killed including one American and six Canadians; a controversy has developed over the placing of billboard calling for removal of the South African president in Cape Town; in Chicago several police officers are been summoned to testify in the shooting death of an African American youth Laquan MacDonald during 2014; and the White House has declared Flint, Michigan an area in need of federal relieve assistance in light of the contamidation of the water supply as a result of decisions made by Gov. Rick Snyder and his advisors. In the second and third hours we continue our monthlong  focus on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. examing his evolving political positions from 1967-68.

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. In this episode we will feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the attacks in Burkina Faso on a hotel which killed 23 people and injured many others; the situation in South Africa is becoming more tense with the declining value of the rand and rising unemployment; 63 Kenyan troops were reportedly killed in Somalia by Al-Shabaab operatives in an attack on a African Union military base in the south of the Horn of Africa state; and there has been another case of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in Sierra Leone months after the West African country had been declared free of the dread infectious illness. In the second hour we are continuing our monthlong tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 87th anniversary of his birth. We are looking a Dr. King's uncompromising position after 1967 in opposition to the United States invasion and occupation of Vietnam. We will also hear a rare archival speech presented by Dr. King at the National Conference for a New Politics held in Chicago over Labor Day weekend in September 1967.

  • Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    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 dealing with the recently defeated military coup in Burkina Faso where domestic and international pressure forced the presidential security regiment to relinquish power after one week when the elite unit allied with ousted dictator Blaise Compaore attempted to derail elections scheduled for October and to maintain the existence of the dreaded apparatus; there is reportedly no end in sight to the flood of migrants into Europe from the Middle East, Africa and Asia while the European Union states remain divided over how to deal with the crisis stemming from imperialist wars of regime-change and the global economic crisis; there have been more children killed in Yemen due to the United States supported war against the people than in any other country worldwide; and the police in Wilmington, Delaware have shot dead a disabled African American man in a wheelchair. The second and third hours continues the examination of race relations in the U.S. and internationally with an audio documentary on the making of the Autobiography of Malcolm X and another archived file on the history of the human rights act in Australia. The final segment presents audio files surrounding the 70th summit of the United Nations General Assembly examining the humanitarian situaiton around Lake Chad and reports on the status of the fight against Ebola and other infectious diseases.

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. During this broadcast we will feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on events in the West African state of Burkina Faso where another military coup took place in an effort to halt the previously scheduled upcoming elections in October; the European migration crisis is worsening with the hostility directed towards hundreds of thousand fleeing imperialist wars and capitalist-imposed economic turmoil throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia; the United States is building a fence between the West African states of Nigeria and Niger in light of the burgeoning conflict surrounding the Boko Haram insurgency throughout the region; and the North African state of Libya is sinking deeper into chaos some four years after the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Pentagon engineered a war of regime-change that forcefully removed and executed former leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi along with tens of thousands of loyalists. In the second and third hours we will continue our month-long focus on race relations with reports on the impact of U.S. and Candaian foreign policy in Africa since World War II. Finally in the third hour we examine through archived classic radio dramatizations two important aspects of the history of African Americans: the political work and consequent assassination of Charles Caldwell during Reconstruction in Mississippi and the Great Migration from the South to the North during the twentieth century.  

  • 02:58

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We will feature our regular PANW reports witn dispatches on the newly-elected Nigerian President Muhamadu Buhari's anticipated visit to the West African state of Ghana amid announcements that Abuja has donated vehicles to assist Burkina Faso in their upcoming national elections; the African National Congress Youth League has elected a new president during their conference in an attempt to revitalize the organization; the Republic of South Sudan ruling party, SPLM/A, has pledged to promote a spirit of reconciliation after signing a peace accord with opposition forces; and thousands of migrants have crossed over into Austria and Germany after being held up for days by the right-wing government in Hungary. In the second hour we will bring you an archived edition of Community Progressive Radio News with an interview with Abayomi Azikiwe on the situation in South Sudan. In this same hour a rarely heard speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1962 on the Emancipation Proclamation 100th anniversary is presented in line with the month-long focus on the history of race relations in the United States. Finally an interview with Malcolm X during Oct. 1963 in Berkeley, California presents and alternative view to that articulated by MLK a year earlier.

  • 03:57

    Burkina Faso offers Gaddafi asylum, recognizes rebels

    in Social Networking

    One of Col Muammar Gaddafi’s former strongest allies in West Africa, Burkina Faso's Blaise Compaore, has offered asylum to the embattled Libyan leader.In a statement broadcast on state radio on Thursday, the country's foreign ministry said the government was also recognising the rebels National Transitional Council (NTC).Two other former Gaddafi allies in the region, The Gambia and Senegal, had earlier recognised the rebels while Ethiopia and Nigeria on Thursday also said that they would work with the NTC.
    Some 15 heads of state who are represented on the African Union's Peace and Security Council will Friday meet in Addis Ababa to adopt a common position on Libya as Col Gaddafi's 42-year reign looked to have come to a shuddering halt.
    The statement said the government and people of Burkina Faso "ardently hope" that Col Gaddafi accepts the offer in the interest of peace.
    One of the largest boulevards in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso's capital, is named after Col Gadaffi. The Libyan strongman has been a strategic military ally to the impoverished and landlocked country.
    Col Gadaffi also constructed the biggest four-star hotel in Burkina Faso, which rivals the now-Libyan owned Laico Regency hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.
    The statement added that as in the past, Burkina Faso would continue to provide "a warm and hearty welcome" to the estranged Libyan leader if he accepted the offer.The foreign ministry also called on the warring factions to cease hostilities and give the Libyan people hope for a peaceful future.

  • 02:03

    News: White African President, Darren Wilson, Izzy Agawhatever, Burkina Faso etc

    in Family

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    YO MOMMA BLACK SHOW SCHEDULE
    Monday: The Love Jones - Various (Relationships)
    Wednesday: Run Down With Renee - With Renee (Social)
    Saturday: Organise Or Perish Show With Marcus & Meshiah (Politics/Social)
    Sunday: PAST (Problems And Solutions Show) With Peter & Mojo (Economics) 

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast today is dedicated to the 52th anniversary of Africa Day (Africa Liberation Day), commemorating the founding of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) on May 25, 1963 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the predecessor to the African Union formed in 2002. The program will feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the commemoration of Africa Day; the recent developments surrounding political events in Burkina Faso; the ongoing war in the North African state of Libya; and the burgeoning oil crisis in the West African state of Nigeria. The second hour presents a rebroadcast of the Pan-African Journal New York City version originally aired on May 18 over Community Progressive Radio (CPRMetro.org) and produced by Bernard White. In the final hour we rebroadcast the UWACO 2014 interview with Abayomi Azikiwe on the pitfalls of foreign direct investment in Africa as well as an interview with Azikiwe over Emanations from April 23 examining what is behind the African migration crisis in the Mediterranean. 

  • 00:46

    Voice of Rebellion: The truth about the great Mummar Gaddafi and Thomas Sankara

    in Politics

    Two African greats one who nearly liberated nearly the entire continent of Africa from the Rothschild family to the African Che Guevera who freed Burkina Fasko from an oppressive government Thomas Sankara whose fight will always be remembered in Africa despite his brutal end to his revolutionary life who was ended by the French supported coup


     

  • 01:30

    Episode 23: Improving your psychic readings and answers with Joy Wedmedyk

    in Spirituality

    Joy Wedmedyk is an initiated Lukumi Orisha (Cuba) priest of Yemaya, Kontoumble Shaman (Burkina Fasa, Africa) and a Ganji initiate of the Wolf Clan (Seneca Nation).For 35 years she has been a spiritual counselor and a teacher of Ancestor Reverence, Spirit Communication and Shamanism. Joyis a contributing author for "Walking the Path of the Ancient Ways" (Nocturnum) and "Calling to our Ancestors" (Odinnson). More info can be found at http://joywedmedyk.weebly.com/