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A Candid View on the Destabalization of Africa

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In a great many countries throughout the great African continent are in crisis. In Congo at least 10 million have been killed since the 1990s however most in the West have virtually no idea about it. Who and what is behind the plunder, murder, exploitation, and false propaganda? What isn’t the mainstream corporate media telling us about Sudan, Congo, and Somali, to name a few? And why is the corporate Western based media refusing to cover these stories in their complete context? If you tune into this week’s episode of Your World News these questions, and more, will be answered in a much deeper context than you will ever find within the corporate media. Please join us this Thursday May 28, 2009 at 8:00 PM East Coast time for an in-depth interview with independent freelance journalist Keith Harmon Snow. Keith Harmon Snow is an independent (non-corporate) freelance journalist and human rights investigator, a three time Project Censored award winner, and the 2009 Regent's Lecturer in Law & Society, for the prestigious Regent's Lectureship at UC Santa Barbara, awarded for more his than 10 years of independent work cahllening establishment narratives on genocide and war crimes. Entirely dependent on individual donations and voluntary contributions, he has lived under the poverty line for over a fifteen years, while also volunteering for several humanitarian organizations. On his missions to Africa, Keith has provided food, medical supplies and basic health necessities to indigent and suffering people, and he currently ships important books to a university in Central Africa where there are almost none. He is a believer in direct action, non-violent social protest, and civil disobedience. Some of his work can be found on: www.allthingspass.com

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