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Live Broadcast Schedule for This Week
Sunday, 10:00 to 11:00 (2014-11-23)
Host: (None - Pre-Recorded)
This Week: Waiting on the verdict - Ferguson is First Blood!
As the world waits on the decision of the Grand Jury in Ferguson, MO, expected to exonerate the cop who murdered Mike Brown, Uhuru Radio replays this insightful presentation made by African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela at the Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, Florida on September 9, 2014. Chairman Omali had spent 10 days in Ferguson, Missouri during the height of immediate resistance by the African working class in response to the August 9, 2014 police murder of Michael Brown. Upon his return to St. Petersburg, Chairman Omali summed up the significance of that resistance and discussed the involvement of the African People's Socialist Party in fighting for organization and a united revolutionary message to come out of that struggle.
Sunday, 11:00 to 13:00 (2014-11-23)
Host: Dedan Sankara
This Week: Ferguson - From This Day Forward / The Scramble for Africa / The Attack Against Revolutionary African Media
Tune into Africa Live on Sunday, November 23rd, at 11AM on UhuruRadio.com where our guests and topics will be:
Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International - Update on the frontline of African resistance in Ferguson, Missouri and the history of "The Scramble for Africa."
Mumia Abu Jamal's - commentary explaining the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, entitled, The Not So Grand Jury.
Life Malcolm, Managing Editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper - On the Attack Against Revolutionary African Media - The Targeting of An Editor. After reporting extensively on police brutality and the police murder of Africans in Tampa,Malcolm's social media accounts were monitored and is now facing a possible 7year sentence because of a Facebook post. His trial will begin on Monday, December 15th, in Tampa Florida.
Sunday, 13:00 to 14:00 (2014-11-23)
Host: Penny Hess
Sunday, 14:00 to 16:00 (2014-11-23)
Host: Jalali Norman Otis Richmond
This Week: Tribute to Singer/Songwriter Jesse Belvin - rewind
Tribute to singer/songwriter Jesse Belvin originally aired on 2010-01-31. Jesse Belvin was killed along with his manager/wife Jo Ann on Feb 6, 1960 in Hope, Arkansas, the home town of William Jefferson Clinton. Belvin attended Jefferson High School in Los Angeles. Jefferson High also produced Roy Ayers and Etta James. James - "The most gifted of all...even now I consider him the greatest singer of my generation. Rhythm and blues, rock and roll, crooner, you name it. He was going to be bigger than Sam Cooke, bigger than Nat Cole." Belvin was a prolific songwriter who wrote R&B classics like "Earth Angel", "Goodnight My Love", and "Guess Who". When The Penguins recorded "Earth Angel", 11-year-old Barry White was the pianist on the recording session. Alan Freed used to close his radio show with "Goodnight My Love". Harold Melvin used to close the Blue Notes show by singing "Goodnight My Love." Belvin influenced many vocalist including Marvin Gaye. He was only 27 and his wife was only 25 when they joined the ancestors. Visit Norman's blog. Norman O. Richmond aka Jalali on Facebook.
Ben E. King
Sunday, 19:00 to 22:00 (2014-11-23)
Host: Ron Bobb-Semple
This Week: Golden Sunday Sounds - November 23, 2014
Romantic Love Songs of Yesteryear Our 'Artiste in the Spotlight' this week is Ben E. King. Ron Bobb-Semple on Facebook.
Wednesday, 12:00 to 13:00 (2014-11-26)
Host: Glen Ford
Discussion and commentary on the week's news with Glen Ford, senior editor of Black Agenda Report and Nellie Bailey, organizer with the Harlem Tenants Council.
Saturday, 09:00 to 11:00 (2014-11-29)
Host: Ron Bobb-Semple
Talk show covering a variety of topics affecting African people in the Caribbean.
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