Hotep This is Dedon Kamathi with Freedom Now’s Agenda for this August 13, 2011. We will commence with the come back of the Raising the Bars political prisoner segment with Brotha Mateef updating us on Lenoard Peltier the foremost Native America political prisoner. Following will be the African Drum Beat Historical Calendar with an emphasis on the role of women. Our central theme is a discussion with Dr.Gerald Horne a prior guest on Freedom Now, Spotlight African and Soujouner truth. He is Chair of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston with a PhD from Columbia University and a Law Degree from UC Berkely. He is probally the foremost African scholar in the United States from a Anti-Imperialist and anti-capitalist perspective. We will discuss the demise of the US Imperialism and its impact on Africa and African people worldwide as well as the impact of the BRIC nations Brazil,Russia,India ,China and South Africa as well as ALBA on Africa and African people on this the anniversary of the Watts rebellion. Our music mix will include:Zap Mama,Alice Coltrance, Mankiller, Burning Spears, Son De Chuco, Soulful Strings, and Bob marley.
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