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Bernie Sanders is against reparations for slavery.

Bernie Sanders had stepped out during this year's puppet (presidential) elections as the candidate for the African people in the U.S. Full Story

videoInPDUM scares white people, shuts down city hall

Chairman Omali Yeshitela speaks about the city of St. Petersburg's plan to replace the mural that he... Full Story

Nothing says "I Love You" like... a blood diamond? St. Pete Event Exposes Genocidal Diamond Trade!

On Wednesday February 17th, at 7pm to 9pm at Akwaaba Hall, 1245 18th Ave S., in St. Petersburg, Florida, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) is holding a special event called "All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds" to address the theft of diamonds and exploitation of African labor that serve as a bloody, brutal backdrop to the annual romantic Valentine's celebrations in European and North American communities. Full Story

White Solidarity for African Revolution: Joining with humanity

The African People s Solidarity Committee (APSC) held its national plenary conference on January 11th, 2016, as the third day of the historic January Plenary of the African People s Socialist Party (APSP) in St. Petersburg, Florida. Full Story

The African People's Socialist Party 2016 Plenary forwards the revolution!

ST. Petersburg FL--On January 9th and 10th, 2016, The African People's Socialist Party (APSP) convened its annual Plenary at the Akwaaba Hall. Full Story

African people shut down city hall!

ST. PETERSBURG, FL-It was the typical beginnings of a city hall meeting where rich white people, with a sprinkle of petty bourgeoisie negroes, all sat around and decided how they were going to further gentrify the African community without, of course, the inclusion of the poor and working class Africans who live there. Full Story

African Martyrs' Day: You can kill the revolutionary, but you can't kill the Revolution!

"The martyrs will live on in our struggle until all of our peoples celebrate the victory of freedom, peace, democracy and justice,"- Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Full Story

United Nations suggests reparations to Africans in the U.S., but avoids the African working class

The United Nations' working group of experts on people of African descent carried out a four-city, fact-finding tour throughout the United States from January 19 to 29, 2016, with visits to Jackson, Mississippi; Chicago, Illinois; New York City, New York; and Washington, D.C. Full Story

Affluenza: A false alibi to white people's culture of violence

White people have created a fake medical condition to justify our notorious aptitude for killing in cold blood. It's called "affluenza". According to "experts", many white behaviors are beyond reproach, because we suffer from this rare condition. Full Story

APSP plenary electrifies Africans!

The Uhuru House was booming with action during the weekend of January 9, 2016, as Africans from all over the world came to this little town of St. Petersburg, Florida to attend the 2016 African People's Socialist Party Plenary! Full Story

Julius Malema tours the UK and criticizes the ANC

LONDON "In late November 2015, Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) based in Occupied Azania, toured England. Full Story

In Belle Glade, Florida another brother shot dead by the police

Belle Glades, FL.--Henry Bennett was gunned down and murdered over the MLK holiday weekend (January 16, 2016) by the pigs of the Palm Beach County, FL sheriff office (PBSO). Full Story

African woman faces prison... for braiding hair!

"Aicheria currently faces up to one year in prison and a $10,000 fine if she continues to braid hair professionally without completing 2100 hours of cosmetology coursework which, by the way, does not teach African hair braiding and costs up to $20,000." Full Story

Behind the Lead Curtain

The scent of sulfur, scandalous Skippy-Gate brew " With an arresting officer; some shit ain t neurosurgery or rocket science "ain t as nuanced, or complicated as Some claim. Full Story

Negro U.S. president Obama cries for white people

"Obama cries for white children killed in the U.S. by other white people, while he is responsible for drone and bomb attacks that murder civilian children in Lybia, Somalia, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan." Full Story

France steals Africa's money, no plans to give it back

"In summary, the colonial pact maintained the French control over the economies of the African States. The pact took possession of their foreign currency reserves, controlled the strategic raw materials of the country, stationed troops in the country with the right of free passage and demanded that all military equipment be acquired from France." Full Story

Updates from the #AfricansChargeGenocide Winter Encampment Tour

Sunday, January 24, 2016, 9:51am Central - Chicago, IL Video from Gazi Kodzo Full Story

U.S. government holds Russian citizen as political prisoner

"The trial of the Russian citizen was a politicized performance. It was attended by the official prosecutor, judge and twelve jurors, "U.S. citizens who had to bring in a correct verdict of guilty to a citizen of the country that is so actively hated by them." Full Story

Striking "City Cleaners" (Sanitation Workers) trash trendy section of Johannesburg

JOHANNESBURG--Occupied Azania ' s (South Africa) oppressed African community has found their relevance on the global face through the students ' protests behind the slogan #feesmustfall, while other sectors of the African working class have also been stressed with tension. Full Story

March against police terror in Free State, South Africa - Demonstrate January 24, 2016

FREE STATE, OCCUPIED AZANIA--Andrio Ntema, an African who owns a salon and art store in what has been designated as a white business district, suffered police terror on Thursday, Jan 7, 2016. Full Story

Comrade Day Steer accepts appointment as new Editor-in-Chief of The Burning Spear newspaper

ST PETERSBURG, FL--At the 2016 African People's Socialist Party (APSP) Plenary, Chairman Omali Yeshitela named Day Steer as the new Editor-in-Chief of The Burning Spear newspaper. Full Story

Remembering MOVES' Phil Africa

PHILADELPHIA--Sunday, January 10th, marked one year since Phil Africa passed away under suspicious circumstances at the State Correctional Institution at Dallas, PA. Full Story

Remember the fallen martyrs of Soweto 1976 - #FeesMustFall must unite with the African Socialist International

JOHANNESBURG, OCCUPIED AZANIA--It's been 40 years since the June 16, 1976 Soweto student uprisings that led to more than 700 students being killed, which subsequently caused a national shutdown until the apartheid government surrendered power to the neocolonial African National Congress of Nelson Mandela. Full Story

Another police murder of young African comes to light in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY-In the wee hours of the morning of October 5, 2015 in Midwest City, Oklahoma another young African, 18-year-old Charles A. "CJ" Pettit, Jr, was gunned down with his hands up. He was shot by African pig, James Hill, a rookie with the Midwest City Pig Department. Full Story

Bernie Sanders says NO to reparations for African people

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders seems to make the case for reparations for Africa... Full Story

White people's Grand Jury supports murder of Tamir Rice - The Black People's Grand Jury must be called!

CLEVELAND, OH--The Cuyahoga County grand jury, on Monday December 28, 2015, declared the police murder of 12-year-old Tamir Rice an accident. Full Story

Huntsville's AAPDEP hosts successful Speed Dating fundraiser!

"The local branch of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project, (AAPDEP), provided that socializing opportunity on December 11th, 2015 at Safari Sports Lounge with the social event, Nfiniti Match Speed Dating!" Full Story

Save the Change to Change the airways!

ST PETERSBURG, FL--Burning Spear Media launched a 3-month fundraising campaign, on December 6, 2015, to raise $28,000 to build the baddest FM radio station in the world " "Black Power 96.3 FM! Full Story

The Struggle Continues! - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr January 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968

"The death of Martin Luther King, Jr., nearly 48 years ago, was part of a U.S. counterinsurgency that pushed African people out of political life for more than two generations." Full Story

A Letter to the Editor: "United We Stand"

"I am saddened every time I sit and watch the news and watch helplessly as our people are killed. So I picked up my pen and used it as an outlet to be heard." Full Story

Justice for Meshach Boland: A struggle for the African disabled in U.K.

LONDON--African (black) mothers in the UK and around the world are outraged by the injustice that the London Borough of Brent has unleashed for over 15 years on Meshach Boland, a 28-year-old disabled and vulnerable African man. Full Story

Prince: The great musician and his connection to Africans worldwide

"There is an African connection to Prince s film Purple Rain , as Director Christopher Kirkley re-imagines Prince s Purple Rain on the mother continent." Full Story

African puppets are dancing for white politicians!

"Killer Mike is very popular amongst white liberals. He is the big, scary-looking Negro that talks like a white prep student when discussing politics. He is one of white liberal's favorite black political freak shows." Full Story

The All People's TyRon Lewis Gym: empowers African community through fitness

ST. PETERSBURG, FL.--The Uhuru Movement opened Uhuru's Black Gym of Our Own in 1994 in the St. Petersburg, Florida Uhuru House as part of improving the individual and collective health of the African community. Full Story

Bill Cosby in perspective by Chairman Omali Yeshitela

"Cosby was more useful to them as a spokesman against the African working class than the virtuous white women who fell victim to his intoxicating cocktails." Full Story

A look back at 2015: a year of black resistance, organization and struggle!

Editors Note: Here we note some of the major events of 2015 that were significant to the worldwide African community... Full Story

Chicago police murder two more Africans: family member calls for "revenge"

"Neither the murder of Quintonio LeGrier nor the murder of Bettie Jones is justifiable! Both are acts of colonial slaughter by an occupation army so commonplace in African communities in this country." Full Story

Rush University owes the African community reparations!

CHICAGO--On December 17, 2016, NCOBRA, Reparations Enforcers, the Black is Back Coalition and the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement held a press conference to announce a reparations demand from Rush University Medical Center. Full Story

Comrade Makda reports from Occupied Azania (South Africa)

SWEEDEN--On October 28, 2015, Secretary General of the African Socialist International (ASI), Luwezi Kinshasa and myself, Makda Yohannes, Chairwoman of the African Socialist International Europe (ASI-Europe) went to Occupied Azania (South Africa). Full Story

Mizzou update: Bill introduced to strip athletes of scholarships - Concerned Students 1950 join forces with students across country

"The proposed bill would strip a college athlete of their scholarship if he or she "calls, incites, supports or participates in any strike or concerted refusal to play a scheduled game." Full Story

The African National Women's Organization stands with Sandra Bland!

"Sandra Bland's videotaped arrest is evidence enough that the rights and bodies of black people will never be respected inside a system of colonial oppression." Full Story

The APSP invites you to the 2016 Party Plenary! Organize for the Power!

"We invite the whole of the African world to take part in planning the African Revolution and vision for a new world under the leadership of the African working class." Full Story

How the sun of Palestine reached a Black Panther in jail

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Hugo Chavez: "Will you handle it?"

Chavistas have always been and will always be the main engine of the Chavismo ideology of the Bolivarian Revolution--named after revolutionary leader Sim n Bol var--in Venezuela. Full Story

San Bernardino and Government Terror

"It is open to question whether Syed Farook or Tafsheen Malik shot anyone in San Bernardino, California on the date in question." Full Story

videoVideo: Black Power 96FM... $96 in 96 days Fundraiser!

Go to blackpower96.org now and register for your Mini Boombox ... Full Story

AAPDEP's First Ever Facebook Town Hall is a Success!

On December 16, 2015, the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) held a Facebook Town Hall entitled "What does sustainable development in Africa look like" Full Story

Cover-up in Texas: Still no justice for Sandra Bland

HOUSTON-In the same federal courthouse where Muhammad Ali was convicted for draft evasion in June of 1967, a wrongful death suit was initiated on December 17, 2015 by attorneys representing the family of Sandra Bland. Full Story

The role of the African intellectual in the world

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Pope Francis is not a friend of oppressed African people!

LONDON--On November 25, 2015, pope Francis took a 6-day trip to Africa, where he visited Uganda, Kenya and the Central African Republic. Full Story

Black on Black Love

"Problems that be like advanced mathematics complicated by no good preachers and scheming politicians" Full Story

Chicago: Another Department of Justice Investigation?

WASHINGTON, D.C.--In an effort to sedate and mislead the African-American community, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has initiated an investigation into the Chicago Police Department. Full Story

U.S. backs Turkey's shooting down of Russian plane

On November 24, 2015, at 10:24 AM, the war in Syria entered a dangerous new phase when a Turkish Air Force F-16 fighter jet shot down a Russian Sukhoi Su-24M bomber aircraft near the Turkish border in the Hatay province of northern Syria. Full Story

UN environmental summit in Paris convenes in a climate of repression; maintains status quo of colonial exploitation!

"The summit was not a genuine dialogue on resolving climate change. It was a business meeting for 'green capitalist' companies seeking to extend the lifespan of capitalism which is currently wracked by crisis." Full Story

Black prisoners speak to Black Lives Matter: "Black Power Matters!"

"One year before Eric Garner was choked to death by a white police officer, murdered, on the streets of NYC while peacefully protesting his arrest, John J-Rock Carter was murdered in a prison cell at SCI-Rockview in Central Pennsylvania for peacefully protesting the abuse of prisoners in the Restrictive Housing Unit (aka the Hole)." Full Story

France's long history of colonial violence can't be hidden by Paris attacks

"In that same year, France led the bombing of Libya which killed over 50,000 people. They also overthrew Gaddafi's government before murdering him in unimaginable way." Full Story

Public school closures and housing evictions take heavy toll on African women

"Twenty years ago, there was rapid maneuvering of capitalist interests to destabilize and dismantle public education, specifically in low-income African communities across the country. A very sophisticated strategy was developed: the takeover of entire school districts." Full Story

What the video shows

"Notice the suspect's body refusing to Stay still; notice the suspect's body bouncing, twisting--that's resisting Notice the suspect's body refusing to Just die--that's resisting--he's resisting!" Full Story

Remember fallen warriors! Organize The Day of the African Martyr, February 21, 2016

"The African People's Socialist Party calls on all African revolutionaries of all countries to initiate special ceremonies and programs in every community where an African revolutionary has fallen and to raise the memory of our fallen freedom fighters to its proper revolutionary and historical significance." Full Story

Remembering Fred Hampton and Mark Clark

"I believe I'm going to die doing the things I was born to do. I believe I'm going to die high off the people. I believe I'm going to die a revolutionary in the international revolutionary proletarian struggle." Full Story

Africans in baseball and cricket

During one of my last interviews with the bluesologist Gil Scott-Heron, I told him that heavyweight boxing champion, Lennox Lewis, did not like hurting people. Full Story

In South Africa: Militants build the African People's Socialist Party!

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--This trip differs from the two previous ones we made at the invitation of the Panafricanist Congress of Azania in 2002 and 2004, for various reasons: Full Story

African People's Education and Defense Fund (APEDF) initiates powerful new institution: The Uhuru Book Fair & Flea Market in Philly

PHILADELPHIA--The African People's Education and Defense Fund initiated a powerful new institution on Saturday, October 17, 2015, by sponsoring the first annual Uhuru Book Fair & Flea Market in West Philly's beautiful Clark Park. Full Story

Ferguson area pigs kill African teenager; claim he committed suicide

On October 28th 2015 in the town of Normandy, Missouri an African family was having a personal struggle with their 18 year-old son, Amonderez Green. The family said Amonderez sometimes had outbursts because he was dealing with what appeared to be depression. Full Story

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Organize to Win! Organize to Govern! A Call to the 2016 Plenary of the African People's Socialist Party

This is the Call to African people and our allies around the world for the January 9, 2016, African People's Socialist Party international Plenary. Full Story

"Black Community Control of the Police" must be demand of the thousands marching in Minneapolis for Jamar Clark

MINNEAPOLIS - On Tuesday, November 24, an estimated 2000 protesters marched in Minneapolis demanding justice for Jamar Clark, the 24-year-old African man murdered by Minneapolis police on November 15. Full Story

Black presidential candidates highlight National Black Political Leadership Conference

ST LOUIS, MO.--At the recently held National Black Political Leadership Conference, two black presidential candidates, Dr. Willie Wilson and Ms. Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry were the featured luncheon speakers at this gathering of national, state and local political, spiritual and community leaders from across the country. Full Story

Black is Back successfully mobilizes in Washingrton, D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Africans and our allies came from throughout the U.S. for the Black Is Back Coalition (BIBC) for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations Annual March on Washington and Conference under the banner, "#BlackPowerMatters," on November 7-8, 2015. Full Story

Uhuru Movement expands in Oakland

OAKLAND, CA--Akwaaba Hall opens to the public, in the heart of East Oakland, after years of renovation. Full Story

APSP leaders report from South Africa

"It didn't take long for me to find out that the young African workers in Palm Spring are hungry for political education and change. We studied democratic centralism, combat liberalism, the role of African women in the revolution, panafricanism and neocolonialism versus African Internationalism." Full Story

Welcome new National Central Committee leaders

On behalf of The Burning Spear newspaper, our staff and the African People's Socialist Party (APSP), I want to welcome comrades Herdosia Bentum, Gazi Kodzo and Jevon Gee to the Editorial Board of the oldest, continuously published revolutionary African newspaper in existence. Full Story

ASI needed in Occupied Azania: Students in struggle says

"Our demands, as students, have gone from no raise in university fees to free university education-period." Full Story

African students, including the football team, fight colonialism at Missouri University

COLUMBIA, MO--The University of Missouri-Columbia (UM-Columbia) is facing a crisis as African students have risen to take a stand against colonialism within the university system. Full Story

Judge quits Houston cop killing case -D.A.'s Office and Sheriff's Deputy exposed in sex scandal

HOUSTON-The State's capital murder case against 30 year old Shannon J. Miles appears to be falling apart at the seams. Full Story

Obama calls for more terror at Chief of Police Conference in Chicago

"If the African community is to be free of crime, then the Black community must be in control, not just a black man on a string, bowing down to the status quo like a puppy begging for a treat from its master. The police in our communities are currently controlled by foreign and hostile interests." Full Story

Congo: The Quiet Before The Storm

"It is easy to forget that there are Africans in the continent changing Africa for the better; when we are bombarded with images of Africans on fishing boats on their way to Europe escaping Africa." Full Story

Feds up ante to snitch in Tampa, Florida!

TAMPA, FL--The federal government in the form of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) held a press conference in East Tampa, on the morning of Thursday October 29, 2015. Full Story

Slain NYPD Cop Randolph Holder had history of terrorizing African community

"The African community in Jefferson Housing Projects, New York City, where Holder was stationed, is occupied by police just like Afghanistan and Iraq are occupied by the U.S. military in declared war zones." Full Story

Homan Square Jail - Six Thousand African people "disappeared" in Chicago: Black Community Control of the Police

"It wasn't Guantanamo Bay where Charles Jones, 42 was chained to a wall and tortured. It wasn't the Abu Ghraib or Bagram detention camps in Iraq. It was Homan Square in Chicago, Illinois." Full Story

Russia and the Anti-Globalization movement express their solidarity with the people of Syria

November 7, 2015 in Moscow, on the commemoration day of the Great October Revolution of 1917, the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia organized a meeting with the National Union of Syrian Students. Full Story

Find out what the "Or Else" is, march with the Black Is Back Coalition in Washington, Nov 7

"The Black Is Back Coalition will rally and march on the White House on Saturday, November 7, as it has every year since 2009. This year, the theme is Black Power Matters " because the power of a mobilized people is the hammer that backs up the demand for Black Community Control of the Police." Full Story

Chairman Omali Yeshitela speaks for Africa at Moscow world conference

I was the lone voice representing Africa, African people around the world and Africans colonized in the U.S., at an international conference of experts in Moscow, on September 20, 2015. Full Story

Affirmation for Black Men

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Justice for Lamontez Jones

SAN DIEGO, CA.--On Thursday evening, members of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) San Diego were notified that the San Diego Police Department killed an African man in the streets of downtown San Diego in the Gaslamp District. Full Story

African Socialist International organizers on the ground in South Africa building for Chairman Omali Yeshitela's upcoming tour in the midst of struggle and victories

October 28 "African Socialist International (ASI) Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa and African People s Socialist Party European leader Makda Yohannes have departed from London for Johannesburg, Full Story

Africa must unite to achieve genuine self-determination!

"Elections buy votes from the hungriest and poorest, and manipulate and antagonize religious, ethnic and regional differences amongst the wretched African workers and peasants." Full Story

20th anniversary of the Million Man March

"We were selling The Burning Spear newspaper like hot cakes! People were swarming and asking questions about our articles, our 14 Point Platform and our writers." Full Story

Spotlight on Uhuru Foods and Pies: An independent African economy for the prosperity and self-determination of African people worldwide

Uhuru Foods & Pies has been part of the history of economic self-reliance and self-determination of the African People's Socialist Party for over 35 years. Full Story

The struggle for housing is a black woman's struggle

"The displacement of poor and working families, headed mostly by women, is in the shadows of this struggle." Full Story

Chairman's strong message of African self-determination to Russian conference makes worldwide news!

ST. PETERSBURG, FL--News agencies around the world-both western imperialist and anti-western outlets-covered the conference, "Dialogue of Nations: the right to self-determination and the construction of a multipolar world." Full Story

ANWO Calls Out Spring Valley Attack as Colonial Violence

On Monday, October 26th at 10:30am a young African girl was battered by an agent of the state (video). The African National Women s Organization (ANWO) recognizes this as colonial violence, which is structured to indiscriminately carry out the mandates of the ruling class to control oppressed poor and working class African people. Full Story

Irish Republican Socialist Party (IRSP) statement on African-Irish unity

The Irish Republican Socialist Party (IRSP) and the African Peoples Socialist Party (APSP) made a joint appeal for the Irish Diaspora in North America to support Black Liberation, at an Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia press conference that took place in Moscow on September 17-21, 2015. Full Story

Indigenous Hawaiians demand their country back

The Kingdom of Hawai i was an independent nation until 1893. The Kingdom had diplomatic relations, treaties, conventions, and other international agreements with numerous countries throughout the world, including the United States. Full Story

Join the Black is Back March on Washington: "Black Community Control of the Police" November 7, 2015

Hundreds of black people will be convening in Washington, D.C. to participate in the November 7th and 8th Black Power Matters rally, march and national conference sponsored by the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations. Full Story

U.S. War Planes bomb Afghan Hospital

The U.S. military launched a vicious military assault on a Doctors Without Borders clinic in Kunduz, Afghanistan on the early morning of October 3, 2015. The U.S. killed ten patients, 12 staff and injured 37. Full Story

Black Power 96 fm radio station kicks off fund drive

ST PETERSBURG, FL--Burning Spear Media (BSM) hosted a fundraiser for Black Power 96, the new commercial-free radio station that will blow the roof off FM radio, on Sunday, September 20, 2015. Full Story

Black Lives Matter: Chat partners with Hillary Clinton

"The #BLM philosophy is that therapeutic dialogue with members of the power elite is politically more effective than the presentation of core demands. (Certainly, it is better for the future careers of the #BLM interlocutors.)" Full Story

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Talk live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela and a live panel discussing current events, including the killing of 20 children at an elementary school in Connecticut, and the recent exposure of more drug-dealing on the part of major imperialist banking institutions. As reported in Uhuru News, "HSBC (Hong Kong Shanghai Bank Corporation) was founded in 1865 as Britain's main drug pusher in Asia, which, along with the trade in African people and the colonial domination of much of the world, is the basis for the wealth of Britain, the U.S. and world capitalism today. While one out of every eight people incarcerated in the entire world is an impoverished African in the U.S., the HSBC bank simply paid $1.9 billion to the cash-strapped U.S. government and charges were dropped. The $1.9 billion is just a drop in the bucket of HSBC's 173 billion dollars in shares on the stock market and assets of 2.6 trillion dollars. "
audioLive discussion on unrest in Burkina Faso, crisis in Ivory Coast, imperialist attack on Libya. Looking at why the U.S. government killed MLK
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Live discussion with Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary-General of the African Socialist International (ASI) on unrest in Burkina Faso, crisis in Ivory Coast and updates on the imperialist attack on Libya. Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe also takes a look on this anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. at why the U.S. government killed him.
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Host Nyabinga Dzimbahwe interviews African Socialist International (ASI) Secretary-General Luwezi Kinshasa on the imperialist assault on Libya occurring now. ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela also joins the discussion by phone.

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