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"Why Africans Live In A World Upside Down", 8pm EST

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LISTEN to "The African History Network Show", Thursday, April 21st, 8pm-11pm EST.

In our 1st hour we'll speak with Medu Netcher Instructor Bonotchi Montgomery and author of "Why Africans Live In A World Turned Upside Down" about his new Resewt (South) Up Maps of Africa. Did you know that the orientation of the Continent of Africa that we have been shown is actually upside down? These maps represent a new way of looking at how the earth is oriented and a new but ancient way of perceiving world history.

In our 2nd hour we'll talk with Hassan Tremble Coordinator of the The Afrikan Village in Chicago will about their 2nd Anniversary Event this weekend with guest speaker, Dr. Ray Hagins.

In our 3rd hour Abayomi Azikiwe, Editor of The Pan-African Newswire will stop by to give us an update on what's been going on in Libya, The Ivory Coast and Nigeria's elections. This will be a very informative show. Tell your friends.


Feel free to call in and make sure our youth are listening. For more information please visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.