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PAN-AFRICANISM OR PERISH! is one of the few remaining shows that advocate Pan-Africanism as the ONLY viable solution to the total liberation of Africa.

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Join us for a month long tribute to one of Africa's greatest revolutionaries, Kwame Toure, formerly known as Stokely Carmichael. Kwame Ture was born in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, on June 29, 1941. He emigrated to the United States at... more

Occasionally major news outlets decide to interview or invite as guest, Pan-Africanists or Black Nationalists on their radio, television, or Internet shows. However, these radio and T.V. hosts, anchors, and/or reporters have an agenda.... more

Since the birth of Pan-Africanism, one of core objectives have been to unify African people. Unfortunately, this objective appears to be a far fetch dream. Why has African unity not materialize? For what purpose are we unifying for? What... more

The recent attacks in Nigeria, Mali, Uganda, and Kenya by Wahhabist influenced African Muslims has made Africa the 21st century battleground between Islamic extremists and African people. Thus, making this one of the major issues facing... more

Join us today as we pay tribute to one of the Pan-African greats, Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah. Nkrumah was born on September 21,1909 in Nkroful, Ghana (formerly known as the Gold Coast). Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana... more

Join us today as we discuss various tactics for detecting confidential informants, undercover agents & provocateurs. History has revealed that many Pan-African organizations in the past had been infiltrated by various law enforcement and... more

Join us today, as we discuss and critique Samuel P. Huntington's controversial Clash of Civilizations theory and how it confirms the importance of advocating Pan-Africanism and Africentricity among African people. In 1993, Samuel P.... more

Join us today, as we discussed if cultural nationalism is a blueprint fo failure as it pertains to African liberation. Ancestor Huey P. Newton defined cultural nationalism as the following: "Cultural nationalism, or pork chop nationalism, as I... more

Tune in today, as we discuss Ideological Subversion in the African community. Ideological Subversion is the define as the legitimate, overt process of changing the perception of reality by which the a populace is brain washed to the... more
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