Dans cette p riode de crise, les gens perdent confiance envers le syst me tabli , ils perdent confiance en BUSH , ils perdent confiance envers le parti d mocrate ,ils perdent confiance envers le partie r publicain ,ils perdent la confiance dans le Congr s et en la Pr sidence des Etats unis d Am rique.
Nyabinga Dzimbahwe hosts a discussion including APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela; Glen Ford, Editor of BlackAgendaReport.com; Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee; Luwezi Kinshasa, England-based Secretary General of the African Socialist International; and Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, Sierra Leone-based Director of Organization of the African Socialist International. The lively discussion is centered around the election of Barack Obama as the first black president of the U.S. and what it means for African people in the U.S. and around the world.
When Diop Olugbala, along with others from the Uhuru Movement, protested Barack Obama at a town hall meeting in St. Petersburg, FL on
August 1, 2008, the movement’s bold challenge was heard around the world. “What about the black community?” is rapidly became a new mantra, targeting not just Obama but all the candidates large and small who were vying to lead the United States of America. While Obama counts much of the African community in this country among his most enthusiastic supporters he has had no problem avoiding the pressing issues and ever-worsening conditions facing African people in America today.
Fact sheet examining the advisors and financial backers of Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
Also looks at Obama's record in Chicago and his positions on key issues such as the Mexican border, Cuba, Israel and Iraq.