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DR. COLIA CLARK: PAN AFRICANIST… HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST… CIVIL RIGHTS LEGEND
THE LOTUS PLACE WELCOMES THE LEGENDARY DR. COLIA L. CLARK
Colia L. Clark is an African-American veteran of the Civil Rights Movement, Pan-Africanist, & Green Party Politician. Under the tutelage of the HONORABLE MEDGAR EVERS, Dr. Clark founded the NAACP Youth Council in North Jackson, Mississippi. Her service includes fighting for rights for women, the homeless, young people, & the proletariat. While pregnant and protesting, the fire department savagely unleased a water hose on her.
She worked with the Cynthia McKinney for President Campaign with "Power to the People" & is a chair of Grandmothers for the Release of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Tune in to hear her remarkable story & the need for African Americans to focus on SELF- DETERMINATION.
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Listen to this special broadcast of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African Journal. This program will feature PANW reports on developments in Africa and throughout the world. Special guests Mr. Togba Porte of the West African community in New York City and Mr. Johnnie Stevens of the International Action Center, also based in NYC, will discuss the burgeoning response to the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in the regions and worldwide. Excerpts from the United Nations hearings on the EVD outbreak and global response will be featured in the final hour.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will be discussing various topics that are touchy in the so-called Black community. We will discuss how "The Negro" is destroying the so-called Black community? What is a "Negro"? What do we do with the "Negroes" in our community? How are Negroes keeping White supremacy alive? How does the mind-state of the parents of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis destroy the so-called Black community and what do they have to do with "The Negro"? We will discuss the subject of Afrikan relationships between US born Afrikans and Afrikans born on the continent. Do Afrikans born on the continent dislike Afrikans born in the States? Do Afrikans born in the US dislike Afrikans born on the continent? How does that affect the concept of Pan-Afrikanism? Another question we will discuss is can we use white/non-Black people to help us establish Black power? We will discuss those questions and many more. Join us.
After spending two weeks in New England and New York City, Jung gave an extemporaneous talk at a farewell supper party. Eleanor Bertine, Esther Harding, Jane A. Pratt and E.F.Edinger took notes and it was titled "Is Analytical Psychology a Religion."
Join "Africa ON The Move" on Sundays Evening from 7 - 9 p.m. est. This program will highlight the topic: "Ebola...Are They Tell Us The Truth?" On Sunday, October 26, 2014, we will raised critical questions that are not be raised by the western media and the U.S. government, such as: Whay have the U.S. Government acquired a patient for the Ebola virus? Where did the virus really begin and when? Why is there not a cure for this virus? Why send soliders to address a medical crisis? What is the relationship betwen the various viruses of Ebola, Bird Flu and Anthrax? We will speak "truth to power" and "liberation over oppression." Join us by lisening in at (323) 679-0841, or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. In this broadcast we will present our PANW reports with updates on the impact of the Ebola Virus Disease in three West African states and in the United States; a tribute to Grenadian revolutionary leader Maurice Bishop who was assassinated 31 years ago today; another audio documentary on the 1918 influenza pandemic with a focus on Philadelphia; and a archived radio interview examining the 1968 alliance between the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense and the Peace and Freedom Party in California.
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Edison had a better publicist! The REAL hero of the modern world was Tesla, but because he got a bad rap, that makes him ripe for "what if" speculative fiction -- and Pan Orpheus is running with it! "Songs and Stories from Tesla's Tower" is the first in a series of short stories and novellas where Tesla either plays a lead or major supporting role. Steampunk fans'll love this!