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New Orleans Wake Up

New Orleans, Wake Up!!!!!!


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Connecting New Orleans to the larger issue of black survival in an intense global anti-African environment; a national and global critical analysis and commentary.

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Dr. Robin D. G. Kelley is a Gary B. Nash Professor of American History at UCLA. Kelley will discuss his book, Africa Speaks, America Answers: Modern Jazz in Revolutionary Times. This book examines how post colonial Africa reshaped... more

Listen as we discuss the fascinating part of American history concerning enslaved blacks who escaped south to Mexico for freedom. Our guest is Dr. Alice Baumgartner. Dr. Baumgartner is assistant professor of history at the University... more

Field archaeologist Nubia Wardford and history professor Manu Ampim, will discuss the history, archaeology, and current efforts to save whats left of Nubia's legacy. Ancient Nubia is located in what is today southern Egypt and Sudan.

Professor Manu Ampim will discuss his forthcoming book entitled, Martin Luther King, Jr: The Evolution of a Revolutionary. Professor Ampim teaches history at Contra Costa College in San Pablo, California. He is a strong advocate for the... more

M. Dujon Johnson is our guest. He is the author of Race and Racism In The Chinas: Chinese Racial Attitudes Towards Africans and African Americans. This book examines the history of Africans and African-Americans in Mainland China... more

We continue to discuss the current situaton in Ethiopia and the #No More Movement. Join in the discussion by dialing (516) 387-1933. You may also be interested in this show... more

Our guest is Dawit Muluneh, a deacon in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. Deacon Dawit Muluneh is the author of Hopeless Romantic: The Untold History of Ethiopia, I Need Answers and is a Ph.D. student of Ethiopian and... more

The host, Brother Warren, will explain why more African Americans are not speaking out against the US sponsored aggression and destabilization of Ethiopia. He will touch upon the historical relationship between American blacks and... more

Independent journalist Ann Garrison is our guest. She will update us on the current situation in Ethiopia. Ann Garrison is an independent journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2014, she received the Victoire... more