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  • 00:59

    Angola: transporte público vs. luta de interesses entre os camaradas...

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    Washington D.C - Rádio Angola Unida (RAU) – 223ª Edição do programa “7 dias de informação em Angola, apresentado no dia 07/01/2021, por Serafim de Oliveira com análises e comentários de Carlos Lopes: - O Presidente angolano exonerou nesta quarta-feira, 30, Joana Lina do cargo de governadora provincial de Luanda e nomeou para o seu lugar Ana Paula Chantre Luna de Carvalho, até hoje secretária de Estado para o Ordenamento do Território.  - O Governo angolano reconheceu hoje que "não tem sido fácil controlar o excesso de lotação" que se verifica diariamente nos transportes públicos, sobretudo em Luanda, visando travar a propagação da covid-19, admitindo estar-se diante de "um grande desafio". -  Um grupo de 22 técnicos do Instituto Nacional de Estatística (INE) angolano recebeu formação, de forma virtual, sobre a elaboração do índice de Pobreza Multidimensional (IMP), informou hoje o Programa das Nações Unidas para o Desenvolvimento (PNUD). - A consultora NKC African Economics estimou hoje que a economia de Angola deverá sair da recessão este ano e crescer 1%, apesar da descida de 3,9% na produção industrial registada entre janeiro e março.  - Angola registou mais de 18.000 propriedades, nos últimos três meses, no âmbito do Programa de Massificação do Registo Predial, segundo o Governo,  RAU – Rádio Angola Unida - Os programas da Rádio Angola Unida (RAU) são apresentados e produzidos em Washington D.C.Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para

  • 01:01

    The Michael Van Tull Show

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    The panel is continuing in its efforts to share with the public lectures given by the Honorable Emanuel Abdullah Muhammad, the Defender of the Faith, Caliph of Islam. The purpose of these lectures is to provide for our people a basis for understanding who we are, who our leader is, and on what we base our perspective. These lectures give our listeners a foundation upon which to stand, they examine and question not only us (and our stance on the reality of life for Black people in America) but also of others who would claim Islam as taught by Messenger Elijah Muhammad.

  • 01:31

    The SmoothDrama Show

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    Listen to Mr F the N Word and Ms Brown Sugar talk about topics from all over the globe. If you have any questions, comments or concerns feel free to email us at Feel free to also peruse our site at

  • 02:18

    THE CHURCH UNDER FIRE, Matthew 11:12

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    Welcome To God’s Resurrection Power Church Of Christ Ministry Where The Holy Spirit Is In Control And Jesus Christ Is Lord, We Are A Bible Believing Ministry That’s Teaching, Preaching And Reaching The Lost Souls Of This Sin Sick World For The Kingdom Of Heaven In The Name Of Jesus Christ, We Are Here Every Morning Monday Through Friday From 11:30 a.m Est Until 3:30 p.m Est, Saturday’s From 12:00 p.m Est Until 4:00 p.m Est And Sunday’s From 11:00 a.m Est Until 3:00 p.m Est All Are Welcome To Fellowship With Us

  • 01:30

    Collective Minds open discussion about our communities and more.

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    Three St. Louis Natives *Rye'jal, who's making her mark in the entertainment world but still understand the importance of being a strong advocate of spirituality and self awareness. *Mufasa Ra, an African centered man with a revolutionary mind set who likes to explore the deep unanswered questions about culture and religion *Brother Kevin, a self liberated man who believes that if you focus on the power of the mind you can create your reality. Join them in an open and honest discussion about their thoughts, opinions as well as facts about this topic. We welcome your knowledge.

  • 01:27

    Collections by Michelle Bown wsg Chicago Activist Ryan O'Donnell

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    Ryan O'Donnell is an activist who cares deeply about social and environmental justice. This Chicago native attended Howard University and is an endless well of talent. His wide array of skills makes him tend to enhance anything that he is involved in as he fights for justice including organizing to help refugees and connecting with animal rights and environmental activists.
    O’Donnell wants to shine a light on the plight of LGBTQI+ refugees, particularly in The Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. The Kakuma Refugee Camp has always been full of problems: dust storms, high temperatures, poisonous spiders, snakes, and scorpions, outbreaks of malaria, cholera, and other hardships especially if you are LGBTQIA. Many of these refugees fled homophobic and transphobic violence in nearby Uganda but continue to face threats and violence from locals and other refugees for the simple reason that they are LGBTQI.  LGBTQI people in Africa are frequently subject to mob and state-sponsored violence and criminalization. Many are forced to become refugees, and when they flee for their lives and leave behind their homes, expecting to find safety—to get the rights that were denied in their home countries O’Donnell believes it is important to shine a light on the LGBTQI refugees in Kakuma and reminds us that “Until we are all free, none of us are free.”
    He works with "Team Rainbow Kakuma" a coalition of LGBTQI refugees in Kakuma, Kenya. They face constant anti-LGBTQI persecution and violence that UNHCR allows. The Coalition uses democratic principles to organize a network of LGBTQI refugees throughout all of Kakuma to support each other.

  • 00:30

    Professor James Smalls speak the truth break spiritual mental enslavement

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    Welcome Royal Family the royal court is now in session today's show is dedicated to you. We will share some ideas on how we might take action. What's our next step as Black People? How about signing a petition "We The People of Color Vs. The United States" petitioning the world Court to bring charges against the U.S. for its crimes against humanity.
    Our Mission - To eliminate falsehoods, speak the truth and break spiritual and mental enslavement to our brothers and sisters, bring about Black consciousness, unity, and self-sufficiency.
    Our Vision - To inspire change in the way America views Black people and achieve economic independence in black communities.
    There's a debt owed to black people. How do we get reparations? Should we get land, money or both? By reclaiming our lost past and proud heritage we can lay the foundation for a viable future. America can make reparations for slavery and the century of de jure (according to the law) racial discrimination that followed with monetary restitution, educational programs, and the kinds of equal opportunities that will ensure the social and economic success of all citizens. You are in for a stimulating thought provocative conversation. Do black lives really matter to you? Really. If our ancestors got through slavery with nothing, Why can't we get rid of the black on black crime and police brutally?
    We are an African People. We were once deceived. We will never be deceived again. Moses will not free us. We must free ourselves. Please check out my website ~ Ashe Selah 

  • 01:05

    Trench Work Chronicles Episode 105: Unicorns Defense Interview

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    This week im joined by Firearms instructor, FFL Owner, &  Nurse Danni of Defensive Unicorns Firearms training 
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  • 02:10

    NewsForum w/ Chinchila Jonesia

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    Join us for our 2856th presentation of Ngozi Time Multimedia & our 1549th episode of BeverlyNation OnlineRadio w/ our topic: "ASIDE FROM GUN-VIOLENCE", WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING IN PHILADELPHIA, CHICAGO, BROOKLYN, L.A. and ATLANTA?? Join Host, Chinchila Jonesia as she examines four Inner-Cities that receive constant negative publicity. Meet some awesomely amazing guests that have put their boots in the ground and rolled their sleeves up to make a difference in their communities on NewsForum w/Chinchila J

  • 01:07

    Page One w/ Levar & Mary

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    TGIF! Welcome to another episode of Page One! Tonight on the show....Tik Tok resumes! Hear aobut the new trend that jobs are using to get people back to work.  Also on the show...can a relationship survive if there's no intimacy?  We'll discuss! We'll have more along with our retro moment of the week, what's trending and the return of the urban dictionary word of the day....tonight on Page One!