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The Detroit 300 & The Chaos In Egypt, Thur. Feb. 3rd, 8pm EST

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Kick off African-American History Month by listening to "The African History Network Show", Thur. 8pm-11pm EST as we speak with the Co-Founders of "The Detroit 300", Min. Malik Shabazz (25 year Community Activist) and (Pulitzer Prize winner/Radio Personality) Angelo Henderson. The Detroit 300 is a conglomerate of citizens, civic groups, organizations and businesses that... are banned together fight & deter crime in our residential areas, also known as neighborhoods. Its sole focus is to help communities organize to eradicate crime by policing targeted areas and collectively pursuing individuals who wreak havoc, mayhem, and terror therein (eg., murder, shootings, rape, burglary, robbery, assault & battery, burning of dwellings and stripping of homes.) The Detroit 300 was founded by Raphael B. Johnson (National TV Personality for the Maury Show/Community Activist) and Co-founded by Angelo B. Henderson (Pulitzer Prize winner/Radio Personality and Minister Malik Shabazz (25 year Community Activist). The group was born out of the Detroit community’s frustration with perpetual neighborhood crimes. In our 3rd hour we'll speak with Abyomi Azikwe, Editor of The Pan African Newswire. We'll talk about the recent developments in Egypt with President Hosni Mubarak and what this means for Egypt and African-Americans. Feel free to call in and make sure our youth are listening. For more information please visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.