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Freedom Nows agenda for this Saturday November 19 will commence a tribute to Native Americans with a 5 minute clip from Kwame Ture. We will follow with the African Drum Beat Historical Calendar,and as promise an interview with Former Congresswoman Cyntiha Mc Kinney on two topics.The Betrand Russell Tribunals on Palestine that took place in Cape Town South Africa. This tribunal took expert testimony on the question ? Are the features of Israeli occupation of Palestine similar to South African’s system of apartheid or separate development. Following Ms.McKinney will update us on the recent FBI uncovering of an assasination plot by the White Georgia Militia on herself and US Attorney General Eric Holder.
Brotha Harold Green will give us an overview of the up coming African Liberation Film Festival which will ocurr next weekend at the AFIBA center.
We will follow with comments from Brotha Akbar Muhammad the International Director for the Nation of Islam the largest organization of Africans In the United States on Media, Libya and the Occupy movement. We will close out with a interview with Dr. Norwood of the Guyana Tribute Foundation on this the 33rd anniversary of the Jonestown Massacre where her family lost 17 children and 16 adults.Presently there is a major controvery over the building of a Jim Jones Honor Wall in Oakland California.
Our music vibe will include Zap Mama,Senegals Adura,Traore,Studio One Dub,Rain,Putumayo,Poncho Sanchez, Litton Kwesi Johnson and Gil Scott..
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