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Uhuru Radio | 01.29.2012
Reparations in Action!
Sunday, 13:00 to 14:00 (2012-01-29)
Host: Penny Hess
This Week: Africa's Future in Africa's Hands!
African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels speaks with All-African People's Development & Empowerment Project Tour Coordinator Camilla Hippolyte to discuss the Spring 2012 Africa's Future in African Hands Tour, an international tour of Nurse-Midwife Mary Koroma, who is leading AAPDEP's Infant and Maternal Health Project in Sierra Leone, establishing a birthing clinic to address the colonial contradictions of infant and maternal mortality with African community-led solutions.
begins: Jan 1, 12:00 am
ends: Jan 1, 12:00 am
location: West Philadelphia
Uhuru Radio | 06.04.2011
The National Convention of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement presents:
“Resistance is the Future” is the title for this year’s National Convention because right now we are witnessing the just resistance of oppressed people throughout the world who are demanding their right to control their own land and resources. We can take a stand from the Euro-American or white community to support their right to resist!
This weekend, June 4-5, regular Uhuru Radio programming will be pre-empted for the National Convention of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement.
LIVE from Philadelphia
Saturday, June 4, 10am-5pm and Sunday, June 5, 9:30am-3pm (U.S. Eastern Time)
View the conference program
Check out this awesome video!
LIVE AUDIO BELOW:
posted by: Uhuru Solidarity Movement
begins: Feb 19, 1:00 pm
ends: Feb 22, 12:00 am
location: Songhai City Cultural Center, 3117 W. Master St
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UhuruRadio | 12.04.2010
Reparations in Action!
Sunday, 13:00 to 14:00 (2010-12-05)
Host: Penny Hess
Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Kristin Gordon reports from Chicago on police brutality in the city, focusing on the case of infamous former police commander, Jon Burge, who tortured a documented 110 African men during his career. No charges were ever brought against Burge until May of this year, when he was convicted of lying in civil lawsuit that he had never been involved in torture. Uhuru Solidarity Movement recognizes that the only reason why people such as Jon Burge, and others who carry out this brutal war against the African community in Chicago and all around the U.S., can do so with immunity is because the African Revolution of the 1960s was crushed by the U.S. government's COINTELPRO program.
Uhuru | 11.05.2010
Bidding opens Saturday, November 6
The Uhuru Holiday Online Auction is back again this year. Are you ready to start bidding?
The online auction is a great way to make social justice for the African community part of your holiday season!
All proceeds benefit programs of the African People's Education and Defense Fund (APEDF).
Shop for clothing, jewelry, art, and much more
This is our most exciting auction to date with unique items and treasured finds from our generous donors. There is something for everyone!
Mark your calendar for the November 6 kick-off to get your first look at almost 100 distinctive items!
Uhuru Radio | 10.17.2010
Tonight at 8pm EST Talk Live with President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, Diop Olugbala on the People's Victory of not allowing the US colonial state to jail Diop!
African Resistance Now!
Sunday, 20:00 to 21:00 (2010-10-17)
Host: Diop Olugbala
This Week: The People are Victorious! No Jail Time for Diop Olugbala.
Talk live with Diop Olugbala and members of the Free Diop committee about the October 13, 2010 people's victory that kept the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement out of prison after his conviction stemming from a protest of the anti-black government budget allocations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hear what happened in court and how the victory was won.
UhuruRadio | 08.14.2010
Sunday, 13:00 to 14:00 (2010-08-15) 1pm EST
Host: Penny Hess
This Week: A History of Police Containment in Miami
Comrades Jesse Nevel and Mathew Daiagi in Uhuru Solidarity Movement of Miami report on recent police murders in Miami and the history of police containment in the majority African neighborhood of Overtown, Miami. Comrades also interview InPDUM organizer Diop Olugbala about police containment and the meaning of the recent police slogan of "Take Back Our Streets." Diop Olugbala and USM comrades emphasize how the work of the Uhuru Movement provides a way for African people to resist police containment and why white people should unite to overthrow this colonial system of white power by joining USM.
posted by: Uhuru Flea Markets
begins: Aug 21, 10:00 am
ends: Aug 21, 6:00 pm
location: Clark Park "B" - 43rd St at Chester, West Phila
Uhuru Flea Market at Clark Park
Sat. August 21st 9 to 5 (rain date is Sun 22nd)
UhuruRadio | 08.06.2010
Saturday, 09:00 to 11:00 (2010-08-07) 9am EST
Host: Ron Bobb-Semple
This Week: Caribbean Students at USF | 48 years since Jamaican Independence | Update on Haiti
This weeks guests include University of South Florida's Marine Biology and Science Doctorial candidates Nekesha Williams, Camille Daniels and Sennai Habtes, Caribbean students who are making a difference in marine life. Also, an update on the status of Haiti, and a celebration of the 48th year of Independence of Jamaica.