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  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

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    After weeks of killings in South Africa the African nations most affected have started to take actions against the Nation of South Africa.  Nigeria has called for a trade embargo against South Africa.  From The Barr News paper Kenn Ukaoha issued this statement from NANTS  "Unfortunately, we have not seen enough measures by the South African government either to intervene or halt this wanton looting or protect innocent lives of law abiding immigrants whose contributions to South Africa's political and economic prosperity cannot be overemphasised."


     The Nations of Africa are holding the President of South Africa responsible for supporting the violence through his reluctance to act against the Murderers and against Goodwill Zwethelini's inflamitory statements.  This small excerpt from an article by Tabia Princewill says, "Julius Malema of the opposition party to the ANC said that President Zuma and the South African state promoted a culture of violence and xenophobia which led to Black South Africans attacking migrants and foreigners." Africans from neighboring countries that came to assist the poor economy after the fall of the Apartheid Regime whom they blame for their own economic misfortune. 


    Of all the orginzations PAC headed by Chris Sankara is in full force in the streets protesting against the government, that has not done anything until this week to even try to quell the situation.  In the news today I saw masses of supportoers of the PAC orginization and others come together as one and confront the Zuma presidency and the officals of the Government in South Africa.  As Pan Africanist all over the planet are watching the movements of the Government and Zwethelini the supposed King of the  Zulu's, we are expecting Justice for the people murdered in the streest of South Africa in broad daylight.  Senseless Murder by the Mob is Anarchy

  • 02:32

    OLUJMI TAFATAONA SPEAKS ON AFRIKAN MUSICAL ARTISTS & ACTIVISM

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    OLUJMI TAFATAONA SPEAKS ON AFRIKAN MUSICAL ARTISTS & ACTIVISM


    THURS., APRIL 30, 2015…9:30p C/10:30  p E…CALL/CHAT/LISTEN ~ 347-637-3074


    SAXOPHONIST TAFATAONA OF “IN THE TRADITION” JAZZ BAND IS A PAN AFRICANIST & POLITICAL ACTIVIST WHO WILL SPEAK ON THE ROLE OF THE AFRICAN ARTISTS IN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC.


    IN THE TRADITION Band’s music highlights the fused combination of Afrikan rhythms, the syncopation of Bee-Bop and Jazz.


    How should artists use their art/talent to raise the consciousness of Afrikan people?


    Tafataona will also speak on the agenda for Afrikan people.


    LISTEN TO SOME OF THE SELECTIONS FROM IN THE TRADITION ~ http://inthetraditionjazz.net/ 


    PURCHASE TUNES & CD ON CD BABY .....CDs: SIRUS, THE TRADITIONS CONTINUES, FAKIRA


    “MUSIC IS SUPPOSE TO INSPIRE” ~ LAUREN HILL


    ACTIVISTS ARTISTS WHO ARE RESPONDING TO THE CALL


    TUNE IN, CHAT, CALL IN 


    Join in the lively discussions that always take place at THE LOTUS PLACE!               


    HOST ~THE LOTUS PLACE /BLACK ROSE        


    CO ~HOST /PRODUCER~DR.RANDY SHORT


    CREATIVE DIRECTOR ~QUEEN ZOLA


    MUSIC ~SAKHELE SESHIBE


    THE LOTUS PLACE

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

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    Listen to this special broadcast of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We present our regular PANW reports with a focus on developments in Baltimore where a rebellion and mass demonstrations erupted this week in response to the police killing of Freddie Grey as well as the overall oppressive conditions prevalent among African Americans in this Maryland city. Lee Patterson of the Baltimore People's Power Assembly (PPA) will join us again for another on the ground report about the situation inside the city.  There is a review as well of the hidden history of the April 6-7, 1968 rebellion in Baltimore in the aftermath of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was martyred on April 4 in Memphis. An appeal surrounding the health emergency of United States political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal is also presented. In addition a detailed discussion on the situation in Baltimore is presented from KPFA. 

  • 02:06

    The 7th Summit of the Americas, Cuba, Venezuela & US - with Netfa Freeman

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    Join 'Africa On The Move' tonight, Wed., April 8, 2015 as we critic the upcoming '7th Summit of the Americas' in Panama from April 9 - 11, 2015, Cubb,Venezuela & the US - What's Going On?' Special guests will be Nefta Freeman a long time Pan-Africanist and human rights acitivists bsed in DC and Daniel Cabalis, a lawyer and citizen of Venezuela. Join us by dialing in at 323-679-0841, or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move

  • 02:58

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

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    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program features our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the ongoing rebellions and mass demonstrations against racist repression in Baltimore and other cities around the United States. In the second hour we will provide an update on the medical emergency of U.S. political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal in Pennsylvania. Also we will highlight an audio documentary on Africa and World War I with a special focus on the East African state of Tanzania. 

  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

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    Today we return to the most controversial part of Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz's speech 'MESSAGE TO THE GRASS ROOTS'


     "Once they formed it, with the white man over it, he promised them and gave them $800,000 to split up between the Big Six; and told them that after the march was over they’d give them $700,000 more. A million and a half dollars — split up between leaders that you’ve been following, going to jail for, crying crocodile tears for. And they’re nothing but Frank James and Jesse James and the what-do-you-call-’em brothers.


    [As] soon as they got the setup organized, the white man made available to them top public relations experts; opened the news media across the country at their disposal; and then they begin [sic] to project these Big Six as the leaders of the march. Originally, they weren’t even in the march. You was [sic ] talking this march talk on Hastings Street — Is Hastings Street still here? —  on Hasting Street. You was [sic] talking the march talk on Lenox Avenue, and out on — What you call it? — Fillmore Street, and Central Avenue, and 32nd Street and 63rd Street. That’s where the march talk was being talked. But the white man put the Big Six [at the] head of it; made them the march. They became the march. They took it over. And the first move they made after they took it over, they invited Walter Reuther, a white man; they invited a priest, a rabbi, and an old white preacher. Yes, an old white preacher. The same white element that put Kennedy in power — labor, the Catholics, the Jews, and liberal Protestants; [the] same clique that put Kennedy in power, joined the march on Washington.

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

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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. This program brings to you our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the ongoing United States supported Saudi-GCC war against Yemen, an update on the health crisis of Pennsylvania political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal and the unfolding mass demonstrations in Baltimore demanding justice for the police killing of Freddie Gray. Our first guest will be Lee Patterson of the Baltimore People's Power Assembly discussing the political situation in this city where youth have taken to the streets in civil disobedience and rebellion. In the second hour we will welcome Toronto-based broadcaster and bluesologist Norman Otis Richmond examining the theme 'From Bandung to South-South: 1955-2015', reflecting on six decades since the historic African-Asian Summit and the recently-held commemorative gathering in Indonesia several days ago. The final hour features a broadcast from China Radio International presenting several perspectives on the Indonesian Summit marking the 60th anniversary of Bandung.

  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MIVEMENT

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    As we move forward in the struggle for justice for our fallen men, women and children. We pray that the case in Baltimore does not take the turn that was taken in the Michael Brown case. But we must remember that case was against a single WHITE MAN, this case has six assailants and 3 of them are Black and one is a Black Woman. So let's look at what Malcolm has to say in reference to this behavior by Black Police Officers.  "Just as the slavemaster of that day used Tom, the house Negro, to keep the field Negroes in check, the same old slavemaster today has Negroes who are nothing but modern Uncle Toms, 20th century Uncle Toms, to keep you and me in check, keep us under control, keep us passive and peaceful and nonviolent. That’s Tom making you nonviolent. It’s like when you go to the dentist, and the man’s going to take your tooth. You’re going to fight him when he starts pulling. So he squirts some stuff in your jaw called novocaine, to make you think they’re not doing anything to you. So you sit there and ’cause you’ve got all of that novocaine in your jaw, you suffer peacefully. Blood running all down your jaw, and you don’t know what’s happening. ’Cause someone has taught you to suffer — peacefully."This is what is happening to us right now today."The white man do the same thing to you in the street, when he want [sic] to put knots on your head and take advantage of you and don’t have to be afraid of your fighting back. To keep you from fighting back, he gets these old religious Uncle Toms to teach you and me, just like novocaine, suffer peacefully. Don’t stop suffering — just suffer peacefully. As Reverend Cleage pointed out, “Let your blood flow In the streets.” This is a shame. And you know he’s a Christian preacher. If it’s a shame to him, you know what it is to me.


     

  • 01:02

    Legacy of a Nation with Special Guest Nikki Love Of The Nikki Love Show

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    For fans of The Nikki Love Show this should be a treat. It will be a treat anyway. Nikki has been teaching and building with the conscious community and the pan-African community for years and this Saturday she will be coming through to bless the Legacy of a Nation Show

  • 00:36

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

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    MODERN DAY SLAVERY ITS RECOGNIZABLE CHARICTERISTICS 


    Todays show will be on the charges brought against the Baltimore Police Officers who killed  Freddy Gray while he was in custody.  There have been many stories on this subject that I have covered this week and today the decission came down to charge them with 2nd Degree Murder, Manslaughter, and Assult.  It will be a very late start for this show today because of events beyond my control but it will take place and we will continue to examine Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz's "Message To The Grassroots" Our show will start at 11pm eastern daylight savings time.  The subject is known to us the New Slavery Mass arrest of protestors and the harsh sentanceing that is going on and why.  The trial that will be coming up in the wake of these charges filed today against the police officers. What to expect from this and what to watch out for.  The Uncle Tom and Aunt Tomassinas who will be trying to lul Black Folks Back to sleep. 


    Malcolm said;"This modern house Negro loves his master. He wants to live near him. He’ll pay three times as much as the house is worth just to live near his master, and then brag about “I’m the only Negro out here.” “I’m the only one on my job.” “I’m the only one in this school.” You’re nothing but a house Negro. And if someone comes to you right now and says, “Let’s separate,” you say the same thing that the house Negro said on the plantation. “What you mean, separate? From America? This good white man? Where you going to get a better job than you get here?” I mean, this is what you say. “I ain’t left nothing in Africa,” that’s what you say. Why, you left your mind in Africa.


     See you tonight.


     

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

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    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 Yemen, the African migration crisis in the Mediterranean, the efforts by the South African government to curtail xenophobic violence, the African-Asian Summit in Indonesia and other issues. The second hour highlights an update on the medical emergency of United States political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal in an interview with his wife Wadiya. Also in the second hour we present a radio broadcast with host Abayomi Azikiwe aired earlier this week over Radio 786 in Cape Town, South Africa on the African migration crisis from the Mediterranean to RSA. In the final hour we will hear an audio documentary on the life, times and ideas of A. Phillip Randolph, the labor organizer and civil rights activist during the 20th century.