Hotep ! Freedom Nows agenda will commence with the Raising the Bars political prisoner segment with Brotha Mateef. We will follow with the African Drum Beat Historical Calendar where we give immortality by call out the names and deeds of she roes, heroes and struggles of bygone struggles against Imperialist, racism and gender discrimination. Comrade Jazeeri will then come at us with a rap edutainment piece a musical drop on Troy Anthony Davis who has become a symbol of these US racist criminal injustice systems. We will then read a statement from former DC Congressman Walter Flauntroy who has recently returned from Libya with revelations about European troops on the ground directly leading the mercenary assault against the Jamariyya. Sista Tej will provide our segment on the African presence in Latin America. We will close out with a very, very special tribute to John Coltrane on this his 85th birthday. John Coltrane is without a doubt the foremost jazz musician of all times. All agree upon this but as is the paradigm of White supremacy & Bourgeois analysis our appreciation of Trane is solely in terms of his phenomenal musical capabilities. Never is the story told of his political, cultural spiritual and metaphysical foundations which were his message to the world . We are bless to have in our studio a young scholar Brotha Kalongi who has done extensive research on Coltrane from a multi-disciplinary perspective rooted in the struggle of our people. He will reveal for the Its time to the public a point of view that will show the depths of John Coltrane beyond the typical jazz programs and radio stations analysis. Our music mix will include Zap Mamma, John Co trance, Bahia Black,Jazirri X, the Stop Movement with Mobb Deep,KRSZ, Mack10,Alchemist,Towering Dub Inferno, African sounds .
So stay tune for another journey in the land of Freedom Now and as always we stand ready for the revolution.