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"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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Chairman Omali Yeshitela officiates services for APSP founding member, Comrade Connie Tucker

"A tried and fierce worker, Connie became one of the first female political prisoners of the era, a victim of what has now been revealed as the COINTELPRO counterinsurgency program devised by the FBI to destroy the Black Revolution of the Sixties." Full Story

All African women's leadership elected at InPDUM Convention in Chicago

CHICAGO--The International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) finds its new President Herdosia Bentum, out of the ashes of Ferguson, MO. Full Story

Human fossils: White people still "discovering" us in Africa

JOHANNESBURG--Humanity, the history of humankind and human societies owes its existence to the land of Africa. The recent discovery of fossils 40 metres beneath the earth in the Rising Star cave, just 50 km from Johannesburg, South Africa confirms this fact. 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

Al Printice "Bunchy" Carter would have rode with Nat Turner

"If Bunchy had been on the same plantation as Nat Turner you can believe he would have rode with Nat Turner. That s the type of person Bunchy was. Kumasi Full Story

AAPDEP's Houston 5th Ward Community Garden going greens!

"This year we are therefore going with 15 rows of mustards, five rows of turnip-mustard, ten rows of kale, ten rows collards, and two raised beds of cabbage, two raised beds of peppers, and two raised beds of egg-plant which survived the year long." Full Story

Africans can't appropriate ourselves

ST. PETERSBURG, FL--This past week the "black internet" has been set a storm by a blog post. The blog post was titled, "African Americans Stop Appropriating African Clothing and Culture" and was written by Zipporah Gene, an African Continental that lives in the U.K. Full Story

The Pope stands with white power imperialism and colonialism

NEW YORK--Jorge Mario Bergoglio (aka Pope Francis I), leader of the criminal enterprise known as the Roman Catholic Church and one of the key galvanizing forces for imperialism, colonialism and parasitic capitalism, made a whirlwind tour through the U.S. cities of New York, Washington DC and Philadelphia, from September 22nd to 27th, 2015. Full Story

Stein Bop Blues March on Gentrifiers:

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Youssou N'Dour & Le Super Etoile de Dakar are coming to Toronto to perform at Koener Hall on Friday, November 13, 2015

TORONTO, CANADA--"You are the first black person from the Western Hemisphere to interview me--The first black." Full Story

Black Lives Matter: Opportunism by any name must be exposed!

'"Black Lives Matter," while it appears to some to be a catchy, innocuous slogan, is in fact a pitiful, empty, directionless cry that barely conceals the opportunism and opportunists responsible for its prevalence." Full Story

Petition to United Nations on genocide of African people winning world-wide support

NEW YORK--On Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) sent the Petition on the Crime of Genocide against African People in the U.S. to secretary general Ban Ki-moon and each member of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Full Story

Missouri's attempt to legally put to death autistic African man fails - InPDUM calls for his freedom!

"It was the same prosecutor, District Attorney Robert McCullouh who refused to indict white killer cop Darren Wilson for the murder of 18 year old Mike Brown but prosecuted vehemently Kimber Edwards for a crime he knew Edwards did not commit." Full Story

Build "Days in Solidarity with African People" events throughout the U.S.

ST. PETERSBURG, FL. ' " The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is coordinating a national campaign to build the Days in Solidarity with African People (DSAP) in October under the theme, ' No more genocide in our name! Reparations for stolen black lives! ' Full Story

videoOmali Yeshitela in Moscow, tells world of Africans' condition in the U.S.

African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela speaks on behalf of the African nation wor... Full Story

APEDF Builds Uhuru Book Fair & Flea Market in Philadelphia

"This African community-led event was organized to get the Philadelphia community involved in solving our collective problems by ending the grave disparities in the educational system and by building sustainable economic development and self-reliance, created by and for the black community." Full Story

I Know A Place

do not throw your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under foot and turn to attack you ' "Jesus, Sermon on the Mount Full Story

Memorial services scheduled for Connie Tucker in Atlanta, Georgia on October 2nd, 2015

Memorial services will be held for Connie Tucker at 4 p.m. Friday, October 2, 2015 at the Gregory B. Levett and Sons Funeral Home, 4347 Flatshoals Road, Decatur, Georgia 30034. Full Story

African People's Education and Defense Fund expands to defend the people in Oakland

OAKLAND, CA.--The African People's Education and Defense Fund (APEDF) is growing in Oakland, California. Full Story

The London front of the African People's Socialist Party (APSP) organized community fight-back against police containment

"The London police rounded up black youth, whether they were involved in the incident or not-a move similar to what police do in New York, Ferguson and every other black community in the U.S." Full Story

Remembering Emmett Till

CHICAGO--During the weekend of August 28-31st, activists, family and friends of the Till family gathered in Chicago, IL to commemorate the 60th anniversary of 14 year old Emmett Till's murder. Full Story

U.S./E.U. war policy displaces millions

"All current U.S. wars are intended to re-enforce or maintain colonial domination over countries who sought to be independent from white imperialist power." Full Story

InPDUM Convention returning to its birthplace September 26-27 in Chicago

CHICAGO-On September 26 and 27, members, friends and allies of the International People's Democratic Movement (InPDUM) will return to Chicago for its 25h Annual Convention. Full Story

In Houston, Texas alleged cop killing case: Free Shannon Miles! Put the State on Trial!

HOUSTON ' "On Friday, August 28, 2015 a 47 year old white Harris County sherriff ' s deputy Darren Goforth was shot and killed at a local police hangout in Houston, Texas. Full Story

Black Lives Matter leadership challenged on its opportunism by Uhuru Movement

"We must reject false leadership that seeks to drag us into a self-defeating struggle to convince our oppressors that our lives matter." Full Story

One Africa! One Nation! Cultural Festival in Huntsville, Alabama

HUNTSVILLE, AL--On October 3, 2015, one of the Uhuru Movement's non-profit organizations, The All African People Development and Empowerment Project (AAPDEP), is having its 1st One African One Nation (OAON) Cultural Festival fundraiser in conjunction with the City of Huntsville Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA). Full Story

Brothas Be, Yo Like George: Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard On You?

"Clinton ' ' ' s new memoir, "Brothas Be, Yo Like: Ain ' ' ' t That Kinda Hard On You? ' ' ' is about his struggle to recoup the money that has been ripped off from him and members of Parliament/Funkadelic by the avaricious business world." Full Story

AAPDEP Continues to build Ebola response in Sierra Leone with Project Black Ankh

"Similar to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the West African Ebola epidemic highlights the vulnerable position Africans are in." Full Story

The Beautiful Madness of "The System"

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Bahamian PLP co-opts the struggle when it's convenient for them

NASSAU, BAHAMAS--The Bohamian foreign affairs minister, Fred Mitchell sang Bob Marley's "Redemption Song" in the House of Assembly this past Wednesday in response to alleged attacks from a foreign investor who leads the $3.5 billion BahaMar project. Full Story

The African Independence Workforce in Oakland and the struggle against colonialism

OAKLAND, CA.--In the next 18 months, the African People's Education & Defense Fund (APEDF) and Black Star Industries (BSI) are creating the African Independence Workforce Program (AIWP) as part of our vision of economic self-sufficiency and self-reliance for our people. Full Story

Weak Police Review Board in Tampa, Florida won't help Africans

TAMPA-The City of Tampa citizen's review board, established on August 28, 2015, will be able to "suggest" policy changes to the Tampa police but it doesn't protect or defend the African community one bit. Full Story

Meet Daniel Conteh, AAPDEP's new National Director for Sierra Leone

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Killer cop set free in Johnathan Ferrell murder in North Carolina

"When African people don t have power over our own lives, it allows for the state to continuously kill us without consequence." Full Story

Stop the execution of Imam Jamil, by medical neglect in federa prison

Imam Jamil Al-Amin, the former H. Rap Brown is an internationally recognized political prisoner. Full Story

The U.S. White Power Government is responsible for deaths in New Orleans - Not Huricane Katrina!

NEW ORLEANS--U.S. capitalism and colonialism expelled African people from New Orleans [NOLA], not hurricane Katrina. Full Story

Colonialism Trumps Fascism in U.S. elections

The electoral process in the U.S. and other bourgeois countries is simply a nonviolent contest for control of the State by contending sectors of the white ruling class. Full Story

ANWO forum discusses solution to State violence against African women

"ANWO stands with thousands of Sandra Bland supporters and her family and friends who maintain that Sandra Bland did not commit suicide." Full Story

Obama presides over and is complicit with the brutal mass black prison lockdown

"All told, almost 5 million of our brothers and sisters are tied to the U.S. prison system even though we are only 12.3 percent of the U.S. population." Full Story

Ferguson Matters!

FERGUSON, MO.--The federal and local police agencies enacted martial law on the African population of Ferguson, Missouri on August 9, 2015. Full Story

No Solidarity: White left deserts march because Africans won't let them lead it

"Just like a spoiled suburb EuroPEON she got red in the face took her toys and went home. The cave-Becky s troop of mayo-saxons left with her as well." Full Story

AAPDEP working hard to build Zenzele Consignment: Opening pushed back to March 2016

"HUNTSVILLE, AL--For a little over a year now, members and volunteers of the All African People's Development & Empowerment Project (AADPEP) have been working to build our first economic institution, Zenzele Consignment." Full Story

Oakland Uhuru Movement on the move again!

OAKLAND, CA.--The historic Uhuru Movement for black power is expanding its Oakland institutions for African community economic development programs that have served the people for the past 30 years! Full Story

We got the power! Uhuru Radio going FM down in Florida

"96.3 LPFM will stand tall as the only radio station owned and controlled by the African community in this southern U.S. city, where 70 percent of the population lives under the poverty level and faces terroristic violence at the hands of police and white vigilantes on a daily basis." Full Story

Successful Philly Black is Back Conference sets stage for November 7 national March on Washington

"Through the help of Pam Africa, the world ' s most well known political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal was able to call in and address the attendees of the conference." Full Story

Africans Charge Genocide!

"The petition to the UN lists evidence of the genocide and genocidal policies on part of the U.S. government in every aspect of the lives of African people in this country." Full Story

Chairman Omali brings 21st Century Garveyism to Jamaican Festival

"Delivered with the fiery oratory of Garvey himself, Chairman Omali brought 21st Century Garveyism to Jamaica as it had not been done since Garvey." Full Story

Huey P. Newton: The Canada Connection

"For a brief moment in the history of Africans in America Newton was" the tallest tree in the forest"'. Full Story

"An Uneasy Equilibrium" at Harlem Book Fair

"Chairman Omali was hurried off of the stage, to the dismay of the people, when he spoke about U.S. president Barack Hussein Obama's role as an instrument of the oppressors of African people. He said Obama was a tool to keep African people from struggling to obtain their own freedom." Full Story

Part 2: Obama's East Africa Trip to Kenya and Ethiopia

"There is no example of Kenya's power anywhere in the world, not even in Africa. Therefore no matter what Uhuru Kenyatta says, Kenya's scope for mutual benefit would be limited by the absence of international African power." Full Story

Support Grows for a National Commission on Reparatory Justice

NEW YORK--Momentum continues to build in support of the recent call to President Barack Obama to create, by executive order, a "national commission on reparatory justice" in the wake of the massacre of innocent Black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. Full Story

Haiti: An Occupation in Blackface

"Under this occupation, the US and its allies, France and Canada, have been able to install another puppet government, the neo-Duvalierist Michel Martelly." Full Story

Black Power Matters Conference convenes August 22-23 in Philadelphia

On August 22-23, the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations holds its annual conference with the them: Black Power Matters, Organizing for Black Community Control of the Police! Full Story

U.S. white power represented in black face as Obama bids Imperialism's will in Africa

"While Obama was always clear that he was in Africa to defend white imperialist interests, we the African workers were not clear that we were welcoming the black face of our national and class enemy." Full Story

U.S. economic projects in Africa are parasites

"No matter how many investors Obama brings in Africa, the agenda is the same: looting, exploitation and repression. These words are, in fact synonyms for "Obama's investors."' Full Story

Call to the INPDUM 2015 Convention - Sept. 26-27 Chicago

CHICAGO--On September 26 and 27, 2015 African people from throughout the world will gather in Chicago, Illinois to convene the 24th Annual Convention of The International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM). Full Story

#Black Lives Matter and the Democrats: How disruption can lead to collaboration

"The Democratic Party, like its Republican duopoly cousin, is a criminal enterprise, polluting the politics of Black America. Any sustained Black movement must, of necessity, be in opposition to the Democratic Party and its civic society annexes." Full Story

Thousands march against police violence in Newark, New Jersey

"Family after family, at the rally before the march, spoke about how they never got justice in the U.S. court system for their loved one who was murdered by police." Full Story

AAPDEP Organizing Philly Garden Collective

"We have no doubt that the Philly Garden Collective will be a great tool to teach and learn skills, provide healthy food, and organize the African community towards our development." Full Story

Critical Cities, a book review from The Burning Spear newspaper

'"Critical Cities" is a powerful rare paradigm. It is a collection of thoughts by a variety of writers who have captured core ideas about cities and how cities connect to everything." Full Story

Ferguson's Herdosia Bentum wins Comrade of the Quarter award for 2nd quarter 2015

"I have had the pleasant honor of working with Herdosia for the past several months. One of my many new nicknames for her is "the revolutionary evangelist."' Full Story

France still robbing and stealing from it's "former" African colonies

"In this short article I will try to explain how African countries that were colonized by France are still beholden to their colonizers. The current relationship between African countries and France prevents successful African development and sovereignty." Full Story

Same sex marriage reinforces white rights and prosperity at our expense

"White gays don t fight for rights. They fight for privileges. The fight for marriage had nothing to do with love. It's about life insurance, tax write-offs, good credit scores, equity and land ownership. Whites, collectively have only fought for one thing capital!" Full Story

Black Panther Party alumni return African martyr Carl Hampton to Pleasantville on the 45th anniversary of his assassination

HOUSTON-On Saturday, July 25, forty-five years after his assassination by Houston Police snipers, the spirit and legacy of black revolutionary Carl B Hampton was brought home to the Pleasantville community he was born and raised in. Full Story

Black is Back Conference in Philly calling you!

"Whether it s in America or the rest of the African world, black lives will never matter until we attain BLACK POWER; which is power in our hands to determine our future for subsequent generations to come." Full Story

The ongoing opportunism of white women (From The Burning Spear's Harriet's Daughters)

WASHINGTON, D.C.--Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who has been publicly pretending to be black since 2005, is a prime example of white opportunism that is so common inside the system of white power imperialism. Full Story

Chicago's Wil Lockett wins Comrade of the Quarter for first quarter 2015

"Wil has a great revolutionary spirit and understanding of what it will take to forge through to our victories and he demonstrates this by showing up wherever he's needed, whenever he's needed." Full Story

Black August, Black Music and Black Power (From The Burning Spear newspaper's Diasporic Music)

"The 50th anniversary of the Watts Revolt will be August 2015. The idea for Soul Magazine came from Ken watching Watts burn. The Los Angeles rebellion stopped the so-called gang activities." 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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