Host Thandisizwe Chimurenga welcomes the "CSUN 6," members of Cal State University Northridge's BSU and the Hip Hop Think Tank, talk about the March 4, 2010 Day of Action for Education. State and nationwide protests against cuts in education took place on this day, and the students of CSUN who were also peacefully demonstrating were intimidated with a heavy police presence. Six students in total and one professor were arrested, including two members of the CSUN 6. They also discuss the planned March 22, 2010 March on the California State Capitol in Sacramento. For more info, check http://inarratefrommargins.blogspot.com/p/home.html.
Also, we hear from Northwestern University of Law Professor Dorothy Roberts (http://www.northwestern.edu/ipr/people/roberts.html) on the current front in the war for Black women's reproductive freedom - a billboard campaign in Atlanta, GA that posits that abortion in the Black community is genocide.
Finally, actor and cultural worker Kymberley Newberry Kabaila discusses 'Siggi Dimanche: A Celebration of Francophone African and the French-speaking Diaspora," which will be held at Leimert Park's Kaos Network on March 21, 2010 at 4 pm. For more info, check www.siggidimanche.com.