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Speeches and interviews with leaders of today's worldwide African liberation struggle. On reparations, building the African nation, combatting police violence, community control of education, health care, African women, the U.S. counterinsurgency, neocolonialism and winning freedom and independence for African people everywhere. Featuring African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela, Luwezi Kinshasa, Dr. Aisha Fields, Kalambayi Andenet, Akilé Anai, Yejide Orunmila and more.
 
"Unlimited U - The Podcast for Power Women" will talk about hard obstacles in life, how to overcome them and what we can learn from this. Besides some solo episodes about me and stories of my life, I will also invite guests to speak on my show. I will feature fascinating stories from Women who managed to overcome some very harsh obstacles in life - and turned into Bad-Ass Power Women. The main topics will be mental abuse, sexual violence, bullying at work, body image issues & chronic disease ...
 
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Today on The People’s War Radio Show, we are looking at the water crisis in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Benton Harbor is 85 percent Black and more than 45 percent of the residents live below the poverty line. As far back as 2015, residents began to notice high amounts of lead in their water. Residents began to raise the alarm but local and state offic…
 
'Battle of Algiers' - Gillo Pontecorvo by kndynt2099 - Creative Commons At the height of the African Revolution of the 1960s, Italian Communist Filmmaker Gilo Pontecorvo released what is possibly his magnum opus, the greatest work of his career, The Battle of Algiers. The Battle of Algiers was shot in the streets of Algiers in a documentary style, …
 
There is a growing interest in socialism amongst Black people in the United States. A recent poll by Axios/Momentive found that a growing sector of the US public favors socialism and a decreasing number of people favor capitalism. While the poll found that 41 percent of people in the US favored socialism and 49 percent favored capitalism, a number …
 
In this episode we look at the mass deportations and brutal violence inflicted on African people from Haiti taking place at the colonial border between the US and Mexico. In late September 2021, images of Haitian refugees, being corralled by US border patrol agents mounted on horseback at the border crossing in the southwest Texas city of Del Rio. …
 
In this episode we present Part Two of a 2-part series titled “The Truth About Afghanistan - Colonialism: the graveyard of imperialism”. That was the title of a September 7th web broadcast, put on by the African People’s Socialist Party to discuss the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the implications that this defeat has for the liber…
 
In this episode we present Part One of a 2-part series titled “The Truth About Afghanistan - Colonialism: the graveyard of imperialism”. That was the title of a September 7th web broadcast, put on by the African People’s Socialist Party to discuss the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the implications that this defeat has for the liber…
 
Today’s show is entitled “Getting Fit for the Revolution” and incorporates excerpts from a panel by the same name that was presented at the 2021 International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement Convention from September 3 through 5th. The convention observed the 30th anniversary of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement as well as the…
 
This episode looks at some history of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement which is celebrating its thirty year anniversary this year, 2021. The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement was founded in 1991 by the African People’s Socialist Party, as a mass organization designed to defend the democratic rights of the black co…
 
In this episode, we’re going to showcase several African poets and talk about the role of poetry and culture in the African anti-colonial struggle. We know that the spoken word is powerful. If not, colonizers would not have stripped Africans of their names, their language, their traditions and their songs. The anticolonial writer from Martinique Ai…
 
Today on the People’s War Radio Show, we are celebrating the birthday of Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Every week, the People’s War Radio show brings you an African Internationalist perspective of world issues. African Internationalism, the theory of the African Working Class has its origins in the ideology and practices of Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Marcus Gar…
 
Today’s episode is dedicated to the struggle for the release of African political prisoners, in honor of Black August. The roots of Black August are in the uprisings and rebellions of African freedom fighters who were imprisoned as a result of their political activity during the height of the Black Power Movement of the 1960s. Black August was star…
 
This episode of The People’s War show is dedicated to remembering the life and work of Glen Ford, heroic journalist and African freedom fighter, with commentary by: Nia Ford, Glen's daughter Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, Founder of the No Fear Coalition and the Bethesda African Cemetery Coalition New York State Assemblymember Charles Barron Efia Nwangaza…
 
The Covid-19 Delta Variant has caused a new surge in the United States and other parts of the world. The Delta Variant of Covid-19 was first noticed in India in December 2020. It subsequently spread rapidly through India as well as places like South Africa, the United Kingdom and Canada. The first United States cases of the Delta Variant were found…
 
From July 9 to July 17 Africans took to the streets of South Africa in protest of the neocolonial government and brutal conditions they live under. As well, the African working class in the neighboring country of Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, have also risen up in protest. The colonial media has tried to explain the uprisings in South Africa as sup…
 
On July 7, Jovenel Moise, the president of Haiti was assassinated at his home in Petion-Ville. His wife, Martine Moise was critically injured in the attack and was transported to the United States for emergency medical care. Moise’s presidency had been marked by mass protests and political crises. Still, his assassination came as a sudden surprise …
 
On May 27, 2021 a mass grave with the remains of 215 children was found at Kamloops Residential School in British Columbia Canada. On June 25th, Chief of the Cowess Nation reported that on June 2 they had embarked on a mission to search for unmarked graves, and found a mass grave of 751 remains in the southeast corner of the Saskatchewan province a…
 
The United States Track and Field Olympic Trials were held from June 18 to June 27 in Eugene, Oregon. The US trials are the first step for US athletes to compete in the Summer Olympic Games. This year’s Olympic games are shaping up to be historic on many levels. African women athletes have taken center stage in these trials, creating a buzz and spa…
 
On June 17, 2021 President Joseph R. Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act making Juneteenth a national holiday. The establishment of Juneteenth as a federal holiday in the United States marks a particular moment in the African struggle over the power of history and remembrance in the US with international implications. Some peo…
 
June is Black Music Month. Black Music Month emerged as a form of resistance to colonial domination of African people, African culture, and the African narrative. It was created in the late 1970s by the famous music producer from Philadelphia, Kenny Gamble and the Black Music Association. The original theme of Black Music Month was to “preserve, pr…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the contradictions of food insecurity in the African Community and other oppressed communities in the United States. According to the Journal of Nutrition, Food insecurity is understood as “ the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or limited or uncertain ability to acquire ac…
 
Reparations is a hot topic in many political topics. Numerous colleges and universities have implemented reparations plans in response to legacy of colonial slavery that funded their institutions and the stolen and enslaved African labor that built their schools. Some cities have begun to draft reparations plans as well. One that has received a lot…
 
On this episode of The People's War Radio Show, we discuss the historic roots to what is being referred to as the 2021 Israel-Palestine conflict. In early May 2021, Palestinians were protesting the continued illegal annexation of Palestinian controlled land by Israeli settlements. The Israeli supreme court was preparing to expel even more Palestini…
 
On April 4, 2021, incarcerated Africans rebelled at the St. Louis Justice Center, a city jail in downtown St. Louis. They broke the locks on their cells, busted out the windows and proceeded to throw chairs, tables and other furniture from the jail and set several fires in effort to draw attention to the inhumane conditions they have experienced. T…
 
African mothers continue the fight for the African family against the continuing legacy of colonialism and slavery. We discuss the role of "Child Protective Services" and the foster care system. We envision a world with African self-determination and collective child-rearing. With special guests: Aniya Butler, who is fighting for the return of her …
 
Thirty-four U.S. states are currently seeking to deny the right to free speech and political association by passing new laws. On April 26, 2021, Florida governor Ron DeSantis signed into law an "anti-riot" bill making it a felony to block a highway or destroy colonial statues during protests among other measures designed to quash the growing resist…
 
Hip-Hop artist, DMX, born Earl Simmons, died on April 9, 2021. The beloved rapper sold millions of records, was nominated for three Grammy Awards and was the first musician whose first five albums reached No. 1 on the Billboard chart. DMX also held several acting credits including his appearances in the 2000 action movie “Romeo Must Die” with Jet L…
 
In the midst of Derek Chauvin's trial for the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, police have killed another unarmed black man, Daunte Wright, in Brooklyn Center, just 12 miles from Minneapolis. Once again, the people take to the streets demanding justice, the media works to criminalize the victim, the lawyers descend on the family to get paid a…
 
Asa Anpu discusses the environmental, biological and psychological effects of pervasive toxic white suburban trash dumps and mining tailings in the black townships of South Africa. Anpu is the Director of the Better Living Association, an organization working to improve health, economic and living conditions for African working class people in Sout…
 
We talk with Trini Trent and Elikya Ngoma. Trini Trent is a unique creator from Trinidad and Tobago. Through his works and his popular "Trini Trent TV show" on YouTube, he explores popular culture to dissect matters of music, film, race, sexuality and identity. Elikya Ngoma is the Haiti editor for The Burning Spear newspaper. She's also a revolutio…
 
We talk with two African women playing leading roles in the work of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) about the group's work to organize African health care providers, scientists, agriculturists and other skilled intellectuals to tackle the crisis of COVID and other colonial assaults on the health and well-being …
 
66-year-old black political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal has tested positive for COVID-19, is having trouble breathing, has congestive heart disease and cirrhosis of the liver due to delayed hepatitis C treatment. Mumia joined the Black Panther Party at age 14. By age 16 he was Lieutenant of Information for the Panthers. He served as President of the P…
 
On January 27, 2021, Kevin Desir, a 43-year-old black man, died in the custody of the Broward County (Florida) Sheriffs Department - a week after an "altercation" with jail staff had left him in a vegetative state with irreversible brain injury. Desir had been arrested and charged with possession of marijuana despite the fact that he holds a legal …
 
In this episode we talk with African People's Socialist Party Chairman about the recently released movie, Judas and the Black Messiah, putting it in context of the far-reaching U.S. government counterinsurgency program that militarily defeated the Black Power movement of the 1960s. Judas and the Black Messiah recounts the FBI COINTELPRO (counterint…
 
On February 12, 2021, Judas and the Black Messiah, was released in theaters and on HBO. The film recounts the FBI COINTELPRO (counterintelligence program) responsible for the assassinations of Illinois Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton and member Mark Clark. We talk with L.A.-based activist, hip-hop artist, writer and student Honey Blu abou…
 
In this episode we talk with Dr. Yelena Bailey, author of How the Streets Were Made: Housing Segregation and Black Life in America. The hood, the ghetto, the streets, regardless of what we call it, in her new book, Dr. Bailey argues that the streets are not just a physical geographical space but that they are a “ sociocultural entity that has influ…
 
In this week's episode we talk with Yejide Orunmila, President of the African National Women's Organization (ANWO) about: Black Community Control of Childcare and the building of the Uhuru Kijiji Childcare Collectives in the U.S. and around the world Struggles to defend African families and prevent Child Protective Services from taking African chil…
 
African people on the continent, in Europe, in the Caribbean and in the U.S. are facing dire conditions of poverty, lack of healthcare during a pandemic, denial of quality education and housing, and suffering violent oppression from the police and military occupation forces. This episode's guests are African Internationalists - leaders of the Afric…
 
Today's episode looks at the campaign for the release of Reverend Errol Victor, framed and imprisoned in retaliation for challenging the system in Louisiana. We talk with: Belinda Parker-Brown, founder of Louisiana United International, Inc., and member of the Black is Back Coalition for Peace, Justice and Reparations. Dr. Zena D. Crenshaw, Assista…
 
Patrice Lumumba was elected the first Prime Minister of the Congo and took power on June 30, 1960. Within months, Lumumba was forced out of office. On January 17, 1961, Lumumba was assassinated under the leadership of the United States and other imperial powers. The assassination of Patrice Lumumba reverberated throughout the African world. In the …
 
January 1, 2021 marked the 217th anniversary of the Haitian revolution against French colonialism. We talk with Elikya Ngoma, Haiti Editor for The Burning Spear newspaper and musical artist. Elikya's family is from Haiti, she speaks Kreyòl and maintains a close connection to politics in Haiti. She is also a singer and musician who has just released…
 
In our final episode of 2020, we talk with African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela about: African community's fight against the pandemic Uprisings against police containment and violence Global economic power shifts Completing the black revolution of the 1960s African political and economic unification and liberation Chairman Omal…
 
"The truth is that virtually every celebration done in this country and throughout Europe, certainly since the 15th or 16th century, have been celebrations of slavery and genocide. "Sinterklaas was the patron saint of shipping in Holland. The first African captives to come to America were brought by the Dutch. I would imagine that the 'Good Ship Je…
 
On December 4th, Grand Master Jay was arrested at his home in Ohio on a federal charge of pointing a rifle towards federally deputized task force officers perched on a rooftop during a rally in Louisville, Kentucky two months earlier. 57-year-old John “Jay” Johnson is leader of the Not F’in Around Coalition (NFAC), an armed black security force for…
 
On December 2nd, 2020, six Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies fired over 50 bullets into a car and hit 20-year-old Dominique Harris 38 times, killing him. This police killing of another black man took place in a parking lot of a neighborhood store in south St. Petersburg in front of dozens of witnesses. It was filmed and went viral on social media.…
 
The Moses African Cemetery in Bethesda, Maryland, holds the remains of hundreds of African people dating back to at least the 18th century. Today the Bethesda African Cemetery Coalition is fighting developers and Montgomery County to stop the desecration of the sacred site as bulldozers tear the land to build a self-storage compound. We talk with M…
 
Last week, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was released from jail where he was being held on murder charges after killing 2 people who were protesting the Kenosha, Wisconsin police shooting of Jacob Blake, an unarmed African man. Rittenhouse’s 2 million dollar bond was raised through a crowdfunding effort that drew popular support from white people ar…
 
2020 has been a year of African resistance - resistance to police violence, poverty and mass incarceration. This episode looks at the role that culture plays in the “war of ideas” - how books, movies and music can express the worldview and serve the interests of the oppressor or those of the oppressed. Aundrey Jones, Ethnic Studies doctoral candida…
 
Philadelphia is credited with sealing a victory for Joseph Biden in the U.S. presidential race and "saving democracy". At the same time, the city is reeling from nightly protests demanding an end to police violence against the African community. This episode of The People's War radio show looks at the city's legacy of violence against the black com…
 
The struggle for Black Power is reaching a critical point in the so-called French West Indies. Massive protests have been growing against the poisoning of the people, land and water of Martinique and Guadeloupe by continuing use of the internationally-banned pesticide, chlordecone, by plantation owners. Activists are demanding an immediate end to t…
 
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