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We will speak to Ramona Africa about Mumia Abu Jamal, MOVE, and revolution. Visit http://www.onamove.com/contact/, http://www.freemumia.com/ and http://www.prisonradio.org The show closes with a conversation with Osagie Enabulele,who motivated by the need to bridge the gap between people of the world founded Education Development Opportunities (EDO). He will talk about EDO Inc.'s annual fundraiser, this year: "The State of Diaspora - A Vision of Opportunities," Celebrating Black History Month, Glaucoma Month and the PAN-African Community: A Discussion for a more Unified Africa and World. Special Guest and Key note Speaker, Nigerian Author & Activist, Professor Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate 1986, the first African to win a Nobel Prize in Literature and Honorary Adviser to EDO, INC. 4:30 PM - 11:30 PM, Saturday, February 27, 2010 at the Jack London Aquatic Center, 115 Embarcadero East, Oakland, CA 94606-5138. The dinner, reception, and fundraiser awareness on glaucoma and Ake Scholarship Drive. Tickets are $50 each. Please RSVP and mail checks to:P.O. Box 72294, Oakland, CA 94612 by February 21, 2010. Website: www.edodevelopment.org, and www.edolive.org,

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