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Reparations in Action!

host picture Podcast Link: feed feed As a part of its strategy to forward the African Revolution, the African People's Socialist Party has established and leads the African People's Solidarity Committee, to build principled and accountable support from the white community. "Reparations in Action!" presents a weekly, live discussion on the philosophy, analysis and strategy involved in winning and organizing white people to solidarity with the international African revolution.
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Chairwoman Penny Hess speech at "Not One More Black Life" DSAP St. Petersburg
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2014-10-26 This week on Reparations in Action, we will hear the presentation delivered by Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, at the Day in Solidarity with African People event in St. Petersburg, Florida on October 23, 2014. Chairwoman Hess explains why the Uhuru Movement defines the problem faced by African people as colonialism, not racism, and how this critical understanding informs white people on how to take a principled stance of solidarity with African people and their struggle for liberation.
All Resources are Blood Resources: Reparations Now!
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2014-03-23 Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Jesse Nevel and Kefira Baron explain the meaning of parasitic capitalism and the on-going attack on Africa's resources, and how this impacts Africans from Sierra Leone to St.Pete. We hear Secretary General Gaida Kambon of the African People's Socialist Party and Chairwoman Penny Hess of African People's Solidarity Committee speak from the "All Diamonds Blood Diamonds" event about the diamond and mining industry in Sierra Leone, West Africa.
Reparations in Action! is pre-empted for the Imperialism in Crisis: Build Dual Power Conference, LIVE from St. Petersburg, Florida
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2014-02-09 Reparations in Action! resumes on Sunday, February 16th, 20114.
Will marijuana legalization end mass incarceration of African people
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2014-02-02 Chairwoman Penny Hess of APSC and Chair of USM Jesse Nevel will be discussing marijuana legalization, the war on drugs and its impact on the colonized African community inside the US. Special guest InPDUM President Waleaah Brooks will also be interviewed. This should be a great discussion! Don't miss it! This Sunday 1pm eastern on UhuruRadio.com
Fenty Tholley on RIA
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2014-01-19 Fenty Tholley of APSP Sierra Leone
Interview with Chairman Omali on RIA
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2014-01-12 Fenty Tholley on RIA
Reparations in Action! was pre-empted to bring you the live broadcast of the Sixth Congress of the APSP.
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2013-12-08 Reparations in Action resumes on Sunday, December 15th, 2013.
Why we don't celebrate Thanksgiving
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2013-12-01 In this rebroadcast, African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess talks with Mohawk leader Kahentinetha Horn about the North American Indian Holocaust in Part 1 of "Why We Don't Celebrate Thanksgiving."
Live study Q&A session on the APSP's Sixth Congress Political Report, chapters VIII & IX
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2013-11-17 This episode of Reparations in Action! is preempted to bring you the question and answer session of the Live Study on the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections VIII & IX.
Live study Q&A session on the APSP's Sixth Congress Political Report, chapters VI - VII
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2013-11-10 This episode of Reparations in Action! was preempted by the question and answer session of the Live Study on the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections VI to VII.
Live study Q&A session on the Sixth Congress Political Report, chapters IV - V
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2013-11-03 This episode of Reparations in Action! was preempted by the question and answer session of the Live Study on the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections IV to V.
Live study Q&A session on the APSP's Sixth Congress Political Report, chapters I - III
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2013-10-20 This episode of Reparations in Action! was preempted by the question and answer session of the Live Study on the Political Report to the Sixth Congress of the African People's Socialist Party - Sections I to III.
U.S. attack on Syria looms; USM joins demonstration in Tampa!
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2013-09-08 Jesse Nevel will discuss the African People's Socialist Party's analysis of the war against Syria and how white people can stand in solidarity with Syrians, Africans and all oppressed peoples in their struggle against US imperialism by joining the "Days in Solidarity with African People" campaign.
Replay: USM to build in Europe; Syrian victory exposes US role in arming so-called rebels
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2013-09-01 Host Jesse Nevel of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will discuss with Chairwoman Penny Hess of the African People's Solidarity Committee about her recent trip to Europe as part of the African Socialist International's African Tour. Nevel and Hess will address the need for USM to be in Europe. Further discussion will revolve around the Arab resistance in the Middle East, particularly Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's recent victories over US-backed mercenaries.
Replay: Black August and the U. S. Prison Economy
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2013-08-18 Penny Hess and Sandy Thompson will discuss why the month of August is so significant to the struggle for liberation of African people and how the U.S. prison system makes billions of dollars for the U.S. economy. This show will delve into the relationship that white people have to America's gulag that locks up two and half million people, more than half of whom are African.
Replay: Genuine Solidarity with African People.
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2013-08-11 Listen to an interview with Chairman Omali Yeshitela prior to the first series of African People's Solidarity Day events in the fall of 2006. The Chairman addresses why solidarity with African people's struggle for justice is in white people's interest and what role they can play in the African liberation movement.
Replay: Building for Days in Solidarity with African People Kicks Off!
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2013-08-04 Uhuru Solidarity Movement Political Action National Coordinator, Jesse Nevel, will interview USM members across the country to say why they are Taking the Pledge of Solidarity with African people, a campaign that is leading up to Days in Solidarity with African people events sweeping major cities inside the U.S in October. Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People is a critical stand that white people and other allies of the African liberation movement can take to say that we support the right of African and all oppressed peoples to resist their oppression and organize for power over their lives and resources. https://www.wepay.com/donations/33805
Building for Days in Solidarity with African People Kicks Off!
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2013-07-28 Uhuru Solidarity Movement Political Action National Coordinator, Jesse Nevel, will interview USM members across the country to say why they are Taking the Pledge of Solidarity with African people, a campaign that is leading up to Days in Solidarity with African people events sweeping major cities inside the U.S in October. Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People is a critical stand that white people and other allies of the African liberation movement can take to say that we support the right of African and all oppressed peoples to resist their oppression and organize for power over their lives and resources. https://www.wepay.com/donations/33805
Replay: Uhuru Radio: Pre-empted for LIVE discussion on Zimmerman verdict
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2013-07-21 From last Sunday's Broadcast on July 14: Talk live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela about last night's "not guilty" verdict in the murder trial of vigilante George Zimmerman, who tracked and shot down young unarmed Trayvon Martin. Call 727-565-1599 or skype uhururadio to voice your views.
Pre-empted for LIVE discussion on Zimmerman verdict
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2013-07-14 Talk live with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela about last night's "not guilty" verdict in the murder trial of vigilante George Zimmerman, who tracked and shot down young unarmed Trayvon Martin. Call 727-565-1599 or skype uhururadio to voice your views.
Oppressed Roma people fight for liberation and nationhood inside Europe
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2013-07-07 This week on Reparations in Action, hosts Penny Hess and Jesse Nevel from the African People's Solidarity Committee will interview from Berlin, Germany Filiz Demirova and George Caldararu, who are leaders of the movement of the Roma people and editors of the blog Der Paria. Demirova and Caldararu will discuss the history of the Roma people, their profound persecution and oppression inside of Europe in particular and the struggle of the Roma people for their liberation and nationhood.
USM to build in Europe; Syrian victory exposes US role in arming so-called rebels
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2013-06-23 Host Jesse Nevel of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will discuss with Chairwoman Penny Hess of the African People's Solidarity Committee about her recent trip to Europe as part of the African Socialist International's African Tour. Nevel and Hess will address the need for USM to be in Europe. Further discussion will revolve around the Arab resistance in the Middle East, particularly Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's recent victories over US-backed mercenaries.
Why I joined the Uhuru Solidarity Movement: A special broadcast of "Reparations in Action"
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2013-05-05 As part of Uhuru Solidarity Movement's national membership weekend, this week's Reparations in Action show lets us hear from members of USM across the country explain why they became members of this organization - the only organization of white people and other allies of African liberation that takes a principled stance of solidarity by working under the leadership of the African People's Socialist Party. Join USM today: uhurusolidarity.org
Organizing Solidarity with African resistance in Philly and St. Pete
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2013-03-17 Jesse Nevel, Outreach Coordinator for the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, talks live with Harris Daniels and Jamie Simpson about their work in Philadelphia and St. Petersburg to organize white people in solidarity with African resistance.
African Women's Freedom Weekend: White Feminism Vs. African Internationalism
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2013-03-03 African People's Solidarity Committee member Jesse Nevel interviews guests, APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess and a representative of the African Socialist International in Europe who is building African Women's Freedom Weekend on Saturday March 9, 2013, Accord Centre, 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA.
Why Reparations? Building solidarity with the African Revolution
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2013-02-24 APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess, Political Report to the African People's Solidarity Committee Conference made on January 6, 2013. Chairwoman Hess discusses how white people can and must be part of the worldwide movement to overturn parasitic capitalism and build a new world without oppressors and the oppressed. Hess's report examines how the African People's Socialist Party's guiding theory of African Internationalism applies to Euro-Americans. African Internationalism exposes the truth about the violent origins of capitalism, the relationship of white people to African people and the oppressed peoples of the world. She describes the Party's vision for what white people must do to become part of the world community. Hess will also discuss plans for building APSC throughout the U.S. and in Europe.
Live interview with ASI Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa on African Martyrs Day
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2013-02-17 In honor of the upcoming African Martyrs Day, Jesse Nevel of the African People's Solidarity Committee will interview Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General of the African Socialist International, about the African revolutionary martyrs who played a key role in the African Revolution against imperialism, including Patrice Lumumba, Malcolm X, and Dedan Kimathi.
InPDUM, African Resistance! Then and Now!
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2013-02-10 Jesse Nevel of APSC interviews President of International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement Diop Olugbala on the history of InPDUM and its important international campaigns. Founded in 1991 by the African People's Socialist Party, InPDUM, as a revolutionary organization, defends the right of African people to resist colonial oppression. Clips highlighting campaigns of black working class resistance will be played. Finally, Comrade Nevel will explain the importance of why white people should register for the 2013 InPDUM International Convention "One Africa! One Nation! Build Revolutionary Organization to Protect and Defend Our Own!" taking place on March 23-24 in St. Petersburg, FL.
Why we sell The Burning Spear newspaper
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2013-02-03 African People's Solidarity Committee members discuss the significance of The Burning Spear newspaper, "voice of the International African Revolution", in organizing white solidarity with Black Power.
Replay - Gun control? Hands off the African community; Baby Dillen is free!
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2013-01-27 Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee and member of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will be interviewing International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement St. Petersburg President Elverda Brooks. In light of U.S. response to the Connecticut shooting, she will explain InPDUM's new campaign to stop police from entering schools with guns. The role of the police is not to serve and protect African children. On the second half of our show, Comrade Harris will play a pre-recorded interview of Diop Olugbala, President of InPDUM, summing up with the aunt of Baby Dillen's mother around the victory to free her newborn son who was held hostage by Pennsylvania hospital. Lisa Davis, Chair of BiB Healthcare Committee, will also be interviewed, explaining why Africans must have control over their healthcare.
Gun control? Hands off the African community; Baby Dillen is free!
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2013-01-20 Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee and member of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will be interviewing International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement St. Petersburg President Elverda Brooks. In light of U.S. response to the Connecticut shooting, she will explain InPDUM's new campaign to stop police from entering schools with guns. The role of the police is not to serve and protect African children. On the second half of our show, Comrade Harris will play a pre-recorded interview of Diop Olugbala, President of InPDUM, summing up with the aunt of Baby Dillen's mother around the victory to free her newborn son who was held hostage by Pennsylvania hospital. Lisa Davis, Chair of BiB Healthcare Committee, will also be interviewed, explaining why Africans must have control over their healhcare.
African Resistance, White Solidarity APSC 2013 Conference builds solidarity!
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2013-01-13 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess, Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) National Chair Stephanie Midler, USM St. Petesburg Chair Jesse Nevel sum up APSC's annual national conference. Highlights will be played from the Conference, including the community forum exposing Obama's second term! Build Solidarity, Smash Charity! Uhuru!
2012 Uhuru Movement in Review; Looking forward to 2013, Part Three.
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2012-12-30 Part 3 of special 3-hour "Africa Live" year-end wrap-up. Parts 1 and 2 of this special took place during the "Africa Live" broadcast preceding "Reparations Now" and focused on world events and political developments of 2012 as well as the 2012 achievements of the Uhuru Movement as they have advanced the international African revolution. The 3-hour special continues during the regular program slot for "Reparations in Action" and introduces the 2013 plans for the leading organizations and projects of the Uhuru Movement. Join African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela, African People's Socialist Party Economic Development and Finance Director OnaZene Yeshitela, African Socialist International Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa, Burning Spear Newspaper Editor Omowale Kefing, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala, All African People's Development and Empowerment Project Director Aisha Fields, African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess, African People's Socialist Party Director of Membership and Recruitment Chimurenga Waller, African Socialist International Europe regional representative Vanessa Thompson, African Socialist International Caribbean regional representative Alex Morley and Uhuru Solidarity Movement Outreach Coordinator Jesse Nevel.
Colonial Holiday:The Truth About Santa Claus
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2012-12-23 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess presents a discussion of the origins of the Santa Claus phenomenon, including a recorded talk with African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela who states, "Santa Claus was born of the Dutch 'Sinterklaas.' Sinterklaas was the patron saint of shipping in Holland. The first African captives to come to America were brought by the Dutch. I would imagine that the 'Good Ship Jesus' that brought us here was probably blessed by Sinterklaas. You could say that we were a gift from Santa to America."
From Congo to Chicago, Africans Have A Right To Resist! African Resistance, White Solidarity!
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2012-12-16 Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Johann Bedingfield and Jesse Nevel are joined by Chair of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Penny Hess, for a discussion on the recent neo-colonial attacks on the people of Congo, the history of European colonialism in Congo, and the work of the African Socialist International to build a revolutionary movement of African workers and peasants worldwide to liberate Africa and Africa's resources from imperialist domination. Chairwoman Hess will also discuss how white people can stand in solidarity with the work of the African Socialist International by attending the upcoming international conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee, January 6-8, 2013 in St. Petersburg, FL. More information is available at apscuhuru.org.
InPDUM St. Pete Demands Community Control of Education! APSC Builds Solidarity with African Resistance!
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2012-12-09 On this Sunday's "Reparations in Action" at 1pm Eastern time on UhuruRadio.com, Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizer Jesse Nevel interviews Bert Brooks, President of the St. Petersburg, FL branch of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, regarding local InPDUM campaign for community control of education. USM National Chair Stephanie Midler will discuss the program highlights of the upcoming international conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee, "African Resistance, White Solidarity," to be held in St. Petersburg, FL on January 6-8, 2013.
"You Can't Kill the Revolution": Fred Hampton, Counterinsurgency, and the Rise of InPDUM
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2012-12-02 In light of the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of Fred Hampton Sr., Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Jesse Nevel and Johann Bedingfield will commemorate the African revolutionary martyr and Chairman of the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party who was brutally assassinated by the FBI on December 4, 1969. This program will address the history of the US governmentà ¢ s counterinsurgency war against the African community that rages on to this day as seen in the police murder s of Lovelle Mixon, Oscar Grant, Alan Blueford, and countless others. Comrades Jesse and Johann will also raise up the recent victory of the International Peopleà ¢ s Democratic Uhuru Movementà ¢ s campaign to free Bakari Olatunji, a veteran Uhuru Movement organizer who was attacked and arrested by the Oakland police. Finally, this program will put out The Call written by APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess for white people to join in solidarity with African resistance by attending the January 6-8, 2013 international conference of the African Peopleà ¢ s Solidarity Committee, à ¢ African Resistance, White Solidarity.à ¢
This Land Is NOT Our Land! Solidarity with Indigenous Resistance!
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2012-11-25 On this week's "Reparations in Action," co-hosts Jesse Nevel and Johann Bedingfield of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will be joined by Enaemaehkiw Tupac Kesehna, Indigenous activist and USM member, for a lively discussion on the real history behind the colonial holiday known as Thanksgiving which celebrates the European genocide against the Indigenous people and theft of their land. Comrade Enaemaehkiw will speak on the ongoing legacy of the Indigenous peoples' heroic resistance to colonial occupation.
Solidarity with Palestinian resistance! Join the African People's Solidarity Committee!
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2012-11-18 Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Jesse Nevel and Johann Bedingfield talk live with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about the recent Israeli attacks on Palestine and the U.S. imperialist attacks on Syria. The show puts out a call for white people to unite with the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations' campaign to "break the silence" about these wars. Learn how to stand in solidarity with the growing resistance movement of African, Arab and other oppressed peoples by attending the annual conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee, January 6-8, 2013 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
This holiday season, bring social justice for the African community to the table.
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2012-11-11 Tune in to "Reparations in Action" Sunday 1PM EST on UhuruRadio.com to hear interviews with African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess, Office of Reparations and Economic Development (ORED) Director Kitty Reilly, and USM Information and Education Coordinator Johann Bedingfield about the exciting Uhuru Pies campaign of 2012 and over three decades of history! Hosted by USM Outreach Chair Jesse Nevel, you will be brought into the Uhuru Jiko kitchen at the Uhuru House in St Pete to hear the sounds of volunteers hard at work mixing and baking the most delicious pies. Learn how you can get involved in Uhuru Pies! This holiday season, bring social justice for the African community to the table.
Interview with Diop Olugbala on Break the Silence march! White Solidarity with Black is Back!
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2012-10-28 Uhuru Solidarity Movement Outreach Coordinator Jesse Nevel interviews International People Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala on the upcoming Black is Back mobilization and conference taking place on November 3 and 4 respectively, leading with the theme, Break the Silence: the Unreported Wars and Attacks on Africans Worldwide. USM Comrade Harris Daniels of Philadelphia will close out by explaining why as a white person he is attending the Break the Silence march and why other white people should join in solidarity with Black is Back mobilization and conference! Uhuru!
LIVE FROM WARSAW, POLAND! Interview with organizers of "Days in Solidarity with African People" event!
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2012-10-21 Tune in to "Reparations in Action" on UhuruRadio.com this Sunday October 21 at 1PM EST for a live interview with Grzegorz Weber and Michal Rakulski, organizers of the historic first-ever "Days in Solidarity with African People" event to be held in Warsaw, Poland, on October 27, 2012. Hosted by Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizer Jesse Nevel, this program will also sum up the victories of the powerful "Days in Solidarity with African People" campaign that has held events in cities across the US, and how you can support the comrades in Poland and the growth of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Europe by taking the pledge of solidarity with African people: https://www.wepay.com/donations/33805
Days in Solidarity with African People concludes in U.S.; forward to Warsaw, Poland!
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2012-10-14 Tune in as we will play Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee Penny Hess' presentation given at the Days in Solidarity with African People event in Oakland, California on October 6. Then, comrades will give a summation of each DSAP event that took place in St. Petersburg, FL, Philadelphia, PA, San Diego, CA and Oakland. Take the Pledge of Solidarity campaign continues! Forward to Warsaw! Black is Back Conference is on the horizon!
From Europe to U.S., Days in Solidarity with African People events build momentum, the call for reparations answered
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2012-10-07 Uhuru Solidarity Movement members Jesse Nevel and Johann Bedingfield will give a summation of the powerful successes of Days in Solidarity with African People events held in Oakland this past week. Momentum is building inside the U.S. and in Europe as DSAP events are taking place in Philadelphia, St. Petersburg, and Warsaw. Hear about successful outreach carried out in the white community including on college campuses, city centers, and events, building for DSAP events. The white community responds to the call for reparations owed to African people. A call will also be made about the upcoming Black is Back mobilization, "Break the Silence," inviting progressive white people to attend a true anti-imperialist march on Washington DC on November 3 and 4.
Live Interview with Omali Yeshitela: Special Broadcast! "Reparations in Action"
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2012-09-23 Tune in online for this special broadcast of the online radio show "Reparations in Action". Featuring live interview with Chairman of the African People's Socialist Party, Omali Yeshitela and hosted by the Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Penny Hess. Find out "the truth about racial injustice," how things got the way they are and what is the road forward for white people as we build for the Days in Solidarity with African People campaign around the world! Chairman Omali Yeshitela will discuss what African and oppressed peoples everywhere are trying to say to us and to the world and what it is that we can and must do to rectify our history of opportunism and parasitic capitalism that has given us opportunity, prosperity and social wealth at the expense of black and brown people. Learn why we must know this truth that our teachers never taught us and which is in our interest to learn if we aspire to a just, peaceful world with shared prosperity and justice.
Report back from the RNC
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2012-09-02 Chairman Omali Yeshitela speaks at the March on the RNC! Hear the clips of this presentation as well as African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess's presentation in this report back from the March on the RNC on "Reparations in Action" co-hosted by Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Jesse Nevel and Johann Bedingfield, this Sunday 1PM EST on livestream.com/reparationsinaction and uhururadio.com.

On this program we discuss how the Black is Back Coalition is defining how white people can take a principled stance of solidarity with African liberation. And we interview people who have taken the pledge of solidarity with African people and joined the campaign to build Days in Solidarity with African People (DSAP).

Stay tuned after the RIA show on the same livestream channel for the national meeting of the DSAP Committee! Find out how you can get involved and bring DSAP to your community! Learn how you can endorse the DSAP campaign and take the DSAP resolutions to your local city council! True to the name "Reparations in Action," this program has a goal to raise $150 towards the work of the African People's Socialist Party - Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People
Chairman Omali Yeshitela's Political Report from Black is Back Conference! RNC lockdown of the African community, DSAP will be on the ground!
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2012-08-26 African People's Solidarity Committee Chair Penny Hess will sum up the mobilizing Black is Back Conference and cover current events such as African miners gunned down in Occupied Azania(South Africa)! Penny will also announce that BiB has endorsed the Days in Solidarity with African People campaign! Comrade Jesse Nevel, Uhuru Solidarity Movement Chair of St. Petersburg, will conduct the interview. A must listen: Part of Chairman Omali Yeshitela's presentation on the Political Report that he gave at the Black is Back Conference will be played. Also, we will play a clip of Ron Gochez of Union del Barrio being interviewed by Iranian Press TV! Tune in and find out how you can join the Days in Solidarity with African People campaign! Organize with us as we make our way to the Republican National Convention! Protest the lockdown of the African community!
Days in Solidarity with African People campaign kicks off!
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2012-08-12 Join us as APSC member and USM Chair-St. Petersburg Jesse Nevel will interview Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, and Stephanie Midler, member of APSC and Chair of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. Penny Hess and Stephanie Midler will lay out the history and vision of the Days in Solidarity with African People campiaign. Chairwoman Penny will explain the significance of this year's campaign in the context of what's going on in the world and within the context of the Uhuru Movement's One People! One Party! One Destiny! campaign. Also, learn how you can Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People!
Interview with two members of APSP-UK: Black August Rebellions sparks African revolutionary conciousness in England
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2012-08-05 Comrade Jesse Nevel of the African People's Solidarity Committee and Chair of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement-St. Petersburg interviews African People's Socialist Party-UK members Makola Libanga and Kongo Likay about the Black August Rebellions. Tune in and learn what sparked African resistance in London and how the role of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement impacts on the growing revolutionary conciousness among Africans in England and in Europe in general. Also, there will be discussion around the deepening crisis of the United States as it increases its attacks on Africans and Mexicans who are rising up.
Return of the Mau Mau and the growth of InPDUM, Africans are building organized resistance against imperialist attacks
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2012-07-22 Uhuru Solidarity Movement and African People's Solidarity Committee member Jesse Nevel will discuss the growing African resistance to the increasing imperialist attacks on their community, including the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement mass mobilization against police chase policies and tasering. The upcoming InPDUM Convention, Black is Back Mobilization, The Days in Solidarity with African People campaign and Uhuru Solidarity Movement mobilization to the Republican National Convention will also be discussed. Find out how you can get involved! Jesse Nevel will also inform us on current world events including European/American imperialist attacks on Syria and the return of the Mau Mau.
Emmett Till, Trayvon Martin, Eric Oliver: Take a stand against white nationalist lynch mobs and vigilantes!
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2012-07-15 Host Jesse Nevel of the African People's Solidarity Committee and the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will lead a discussion on defending Eric Oliver's right to resist. Clips of Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People's Socialist Party speaking at the Eric Oliver Rally at St. John's Baptist Church in Bronson, FL on July 7, 2012 will be played. Also, we will play clips from Chairman's "A lynching is a lynching! From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin... defend the attacks on African life!" presentation made on April 15, 2012 in St. Petersburg, FL, where he addresses the issue of "Lynching in America: From 1920 to 2012." Tune in and find out how you can join in solidarity with the struggle to free and defend Eric Oliver, the 18 year old African who is under attack by the state for defending his family from a white lynch mob. UHURU!
Harris Daniels of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement interviews APSP-USA Secretary-General Gaida Kambon about the Oakland Freedom Summer Project 2012
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2012-07-08 Gaida Kambon will shed light into the Oakland Freedom Summer Project 2012 (July 9-29) in terms of forwarding the struggle for African self-determination and of the role of white people in the African Liberation Movement. This interview will also cover Freedom Summers of the past, such as the Mississippi Summer Project of 1964, the Oakland Summer Project of 1984 and the St Petersburg Summer Project of 2011, which included historic African revolutionary figures such as Fannie Lou Hamer and Huey P. Newton of the Black Panther Party.
ANTI-IMPERIALISTS: LISTEN UP! Occupy Imperialism, Take the Pledge of Solidarity: Interactive Info-Session
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2012-06-03 On this week's "Reparations in Action" online radio show, Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Jesse Nevel, Harris Daniels and Johann Bedingfield will lead an Information Session about the "Occupy Imperialism" National Convention of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. They will show video clips of the speakers who will be presenting at Occupy Imperialism, including Chairman Omali Yeshitela. JOIN THE INFO SESSION: THIS SUN JUNE 3rd, 1PM EST Participate LIVE at the Uhuru Solidarity Center 3733 Lancaster Ave W. Phila Or tune in to www.livestream.com/uhurunews no matter where you are located. Learn about all the different ways you can participate in this national convention.
Supporting Africa's Future in African Hands and Occupying Imperialism!
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2012-04-29 Uhuru Solidarity Movement builds its 2012 National Convention in Philly off of successful Earth Uprising and AAPDEP tour events. On this week's "Reparations in Action" show, join Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizer Harris Daniels in Philadelphia for exciting clips and summation of the 4th Annual Earth Uprising Festival and other Africa's Future in African Hands tour events featuring Nurse-Midwife Mary Koroma, leader of AAPDEP-Sierra Leone work, and learn about the upcoming 2012 National Convention of Uhuru Solidarity Movement which will be in Philly June 9-10. Get involved and participate in building this historic convention!
March and Tribunal for Black Justice, InPDUM President speech at Occupy Oakland, Oakland Freedom Summer Project returns
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2012-04-22 Wendy Snyder of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Oakland will discuss the upcoming March and Tribunal for Black Justice being held by the Oakland Freedom Summer Project on May 5th at the Uhuru House and the struggle to win participation from Occupy Oakland and the larger white community in the march. She will air presentations made by President Diop Olugbala, of the International People's Democratic Movement, at Occupy Oakland's General Assembly and at the Press Conference on April 17, 2012, "The City of Oakland Killed a Thousand Trayvons" announcing the March and Court for Black Justice. Uhuru Solidarity Movement is calling on white allies to build the May 5th events and also a May 6th organizing meeting of the Oakland Freedom Summer Project, calling on the white community to open up skills and resources needed to transform the Uhuru House African community center into a hub of economic development through the Uhuru Jiko commercial kitchen.
African Internationalism in Sierra Leone! Why We Must Support the "Africa's Future in African Hands" Tour
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2012-04-15 Jesse Nevel of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will interview Nurse-Midwife Mary Koroma, the dynamic and brilliant leader of the Sierra Leone branch of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project. Nurse Mary is currently on a nationwide speaking tour called "Africa's Future in African Hands" to raise resources for the incredible programs for African self-determination that she is leading on the continent of Africa. AFIAH Tour organizers and AAPDEP leaders Ayesha Fleary and Nate Gilliam will also be joining our program on Sunday, as well as Anne Hirsch, a Seattle-based midwife who organized an AFIAH event in her town.
The 44th anniversary of the murder of Black Panther Bobby Hutton by the Oakland Police
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2012-04-08 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess conducts a live discussion on:
  • The April 6th 44th anniversary of the murder of 16-year-old Black Panther Bobby Hutton by the Oakland Police
  • The case of Trayvon Martin and all the victims of the War on the African community
  • The Easter holiday and the wealth of the Vatican and Catholic Church based on the church's role in colonialism, genocide and enslavement around the world.
Counterinsurgency and Resistance
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2012-03-25 Chairwoman Penny Hess of the African People's Solidarity Committee and APSC member Jesse Nevel will discuss the Trayvon Martin case, the massacre of Afghan civilians by a US soldier, the growing resistance of oppressed peoples around the world and the role of Euro-Americans in the worldwide African revolution.
Stop Imperialism 2012! The Truth About Kony, the Fred Reio case and Building Uhuru Solidarity Movement
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2012-03-11 Stop Imperialism 2012! The Truth About Kony, the Fred Reio case and Building Uhuru Solidarity Movement African People's Solidarity Committee organizers Harris Daniels in Philadelphia PA and Jesse Nevel in St. Petersburg FL will discuss current events and campaigns of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, including USM's response to the pro-Imperialist, anti-African charity video Kony 2012 the developments in the Uhuru Movement-led Free Fred Reio campaign, and the work to build Uhuru Solidarity Movement membership in the U.S. and around the world.
The truth about Ron Paul's popularity
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2012-03-04 This week on Reparations in Action, Penny Hess and Jesse Nevel will sum up the current crisis of imperialism, discuss the truth about the popularity of candidate Ron Paul and talk about the upcoming Uhuru Solidarity Movement national convention in June.
Replay: Wealth gap widens - white families own 20 times wealth of black families!
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2012-02-26 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizer Jesse Nevel discuss the Pew Research Center study released this week showing that the wealth gap between white families and African families is wider than ever, with white people owning 20 times the wealth of African people.
Oakland Freedom Summer Returns!
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2012-02-12 Wendy Snyder of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will interview Diop Olugbala, International President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, about the work to build the Oakland Freedom Summer Project.
Replay: Africa's future in Africa's hands!
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2012-02-05 African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels speaks with the All African People's Development and Empowerment Project Tour Coordinator Camilla Hippolyte to discuss the Spring 2012 Africa's Future in African Hands Tour, an international tour of nurse-midwife Mary Koroma, who is leading AAPDEP's Infant and Maternal Health Project in Sierra Leone, establishing a birthing clinic to address the colonial contradictions of infant and maternal mortality with African community-led solutions. Hippolyte will explain how on the tour, nurse- midwife Mary Koroma will share her wealth of experiences as a midwife and community organizer along with her powerful personal testimony and vision for the sustainable development of Africa through African self-reliance and self-determination.
Africa's Future in Africa's Hands!
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2012-01-29 African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels speaks with All-African People's Development & Empowerment Project Tour Coordinator Camilla Hippolyte to discuss the Spring 2012 Africa's Future in African Hands Tour, an international tour of Nurse-Midwife Mary Koroma, who is leading AAPDEP's Infant and Maternal Health Project in Sierra Leone, establishing a birthing clinic to address the colonial contradictions of infant and maternal mortality with African community-led solutions. Hippolyte will explain how on the tour, Nurse Midwife Mary Koroma will share her wealth of experiences as a midwife and community organizer along with her powerful personal testimony and vision for the sustainable development of Africa through African self-reliance and self-determination.
Report on Germany trip
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2012-01-22 Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, reports back from her trip to Frankfurt, Germany where she spoke at an event sponsored by the African Socialist International (ASI) to commemorate the assassination of Patrice Lumumba. Chairwoman Hess and co-host Jesse Nevel (Uhuru Solidarity Movement-St. Pete) also discuss the recent attacks by German police against African demonstrators and the recent work of the ASI to build the international African revolutionary Party throughout the African community of Europe including in Belgium, France, Germany and the UK.
The rise and fall of the white nation: African liberation and the future for humanity
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2012-01-15 In this presentation made at the Resist War and Repression: Solidarity with African Liberation National Conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee on January 8 at Akwaaba Hall, located at the Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, FL, APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess discusses the rise and fall of the white nation. She covers the history on how the European nation consolidated with its brutal assault on Africa and Africans and how African resistance is now causing a crisis for Europe led by U.S. imperialism. She explains the role of white people to right the historical wrongs by uniting with African people's demand for reparations.
Uhuru Movement on the Move in 2012 and current events
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2012-01-01 On Reparations in Action this week Penny Hess and Jesse Nevel sum up the key world issues of 2011 and talk about the dynamic national conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee next week that gives white people the opportunity to be part of changing the world in solidarity with African and oppressed peoples.
Replay - Santa Claus, parasitic capitalism and the birth of the white nation
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2011-12-25 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess reveals the origins of the Santa Claus phenomenon. She explains role of ideology and identity in birth of the white nation and discusses the philosophical justification for exploitative and parasitic capitalism.
Santa Claus, parasitic capitalism and the birth of the white nation
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2011-12-18 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess reveals the origins of the Santa Claus phenomenon. She explains role of ideology and identity in birth of the white nation and discusses the philosophical justification for exploitative and parasitic capitalism.
Anniversary of the assassination of African revolutionary leader Fred Hampton
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2011-12-04 On "Reparations in Action," the program of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Stephanie Midler (National Chair of Uhuru Solidarity Movement) and Jesse Nevel (Local Chair of USM St Pete) will discuss the African revolutionary leader Fred Hampton on the anniversary of his assassination by the US government in 1969. Topics covered will also include the ongoing war against African people in this country and how white people can take a principled stance of solidarity under the leadership of the African Revolution by joining, supporting, sustaining, and actively organizing in the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. Stay tuned for details about the upcoming national conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee!
Imperialism in Crisis! War in Middle East, economc crisis in Eurozone, prison economy in U.S.
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2011-11-27 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairman Penny Hess discusses world events and the crisis of imperialism, including Syria and the Middle East, the economic crisis of the Euro Zone and the prison economy in the US.
Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations Conference to "Stop the Wars and Build the Resistance." Part 3
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2011-11-06 This week's episode is preempted to bring you a replay of the last hour of the Black is Back Coalition's November 5, 2011 National Occupy Philadelphia Conference to "Stop the Wars and Build the Resistance". This final hour features open discussion among participants and speakers.
Occupy Oakland | Days in Solidarity with African People | Murder of Gaddafi
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2011-10-23 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk with Jesse Nevel and Stephanie Midler about Chairman Omali Yeshitela's participation in Occupy Oakland, the Days in Solidarity with African People and the imperialist murder of Gaddafi.
Building for A Day in Solidarity with African People in Oakland
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2011-10-09 Wendy Snyder discusses the organizing work being done to build the Day in Solidarity with African People in Oakland, with the October 13th and 15th events featuring Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Penny Hess, Chair of the African People's Solidarity Committee.
Why We Need A Day in Solidarity: Focus on Chicago & Oakland
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2011-10-02 Uhuru Solidarity Movement members Kristin Gordon and Frank Rosko host from Chicago and talk about the upcoming Day in Solidarity event on October 8 and why's it's so important that this event is happening in Chicago this year. They interview African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about The Day in Solidarity Campaign and also Wendy Snyder about the upcoming Day in Solidarity event in Oakland on October 13.
Troy Davis Executed | Iranian President at the U.N. | Black is Back Coalition March in Philly
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2011-09-25 Host Penny Hess leads a live discussion on the execution of Troy Davis, Iranian President Ahmadinejad's speech at the United Nations and the Black is Back Coalition's upcoming November 5, 2011 demonstration in Philadelphia, PA.
We Will Never Forget the Victims of the US Empire: 911 Truth African Internationalist Style
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2011-09-11 Days in Solidarity with African People campaign coordinator Wendy Snyder hosts, interviewing Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee to address the reality of U.S. imperialism in crisis and why we should take the Pledge in Solidarity With African People.
Taking the Pledge of Solidarity, from coast to coast
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2011-09-04 Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee and Jesse Nevel, local chair of the St. Petersburg, FL branch of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, interview organizers from throughout the country on the national work to build "A Day in Solidarity with African People" for reparations, self-determination, and justice for African people everywhere!
African Resistance in London! Build a Day in Solidarity with African People
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2011-08-14 Uhuru Solidarity Movement President Stephane Midler and organizer Wendy Snyder will interview Uhuru Movement organizer Kwabena live from London discussing the African rebellions in the UK. They will also interview African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about the role of white solidarity. We will kick off the Campaign for A Day in Solidarity with African People and invite people to "take the pledge of solidarity" and build events and fundraisers everywhere they are. Tune in after the show to the organizing conference call. RSVP at stpete@uhurusolidarity.org
Wealth gap widens - white families own 20 times wealth of black families!
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2011-07-31 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizer Jesse Nevel discuss the Pew Research Center studyreleased this week showing that the wealth gap between white families and African families is wider than ever, with white people owning 20 times the wealth of African people.
Stop the War on the African Community! Organizing Euro-Americans in Solidarity with African Self-Reliance
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2011-07-24 Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC), and Jesse Nevel, St. Petersburg leader of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, discuss the crisis of imperialism and and the motivations for Euro-Americans working in solidarity with African self-reliance as the solution to the political and economic crisis sweeping the globe. They talk live with Gaida Kambon, Secretary General of the African People's Socialist Party, about the African self-reliance programs of the Uhuru Freedom Summer Project, and with Wendy Snyder, California leader of APSC, about the recent brutal police shooting of a 19-year-old African in San Francisco.
Experiencing the Uhuru Freedom Summer Project!
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2011-07-17 African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels talks live with Euro-American (white) participants in the Uhuru Freedom Summer Project, currently underway in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Growing crisis of capitalism; African do-for-self programs provide solution
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2011-07-03 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and Uhuru Solidarity Movement leader Harris Daniels review the deepening worldwide economic crisis, including default threat in Greece, the debt ceiling crisis in the US and the how African people in this country bear the brunt of the crisis. They discuss the African do-for-self programs of the Uhuru Summer Project as the leading vision for a new post-imperialist society based on national self-determination for all, and the possibility for Euro-Americans participation in this epic struggle for the future.
Reparations in Action!
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2011-06-26 Reparations in Action!
Oscar Grant's Killer Set Free! Interview with "Uncle Bobby" Cephus Johnson
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2011-06-19 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess interviews "Uncle Bobby" Cephus Johnson, the uncle of Oscar Grant, about the recent release of former Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) cop Johannes Mehserle, who murdered Grant on January 1, 2009. Hess discusses the rampant police murders of African people, the significance of the Uhuru Summer Project in building African community self-determination and the importance of participation of Euro-Americans.
U.S. War in Yemen, Syria, Iraq | At home - economic crisis deepens
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2011-06-12 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess discusses the growing economic and political crises of imperialism and the significance of Euro-American participation in the Uhuru Freedom Summer 2011.
An End to the World Imperialist System through African Liberation
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2011-05-22 African People's Solidarity Committee West Coast Chair Wendy Snyder will play clips from Omali Yeshitela's "End of Time" presentation and talk about how Euro-Americans and European allies can join a movement to usher in the end, not of the world, but of the imperialist system aligning ourselves with African and indigenous peoples struggles for freedom. Also hear clips from the tremendous struggle against the gang injunctions in Oakland. Finally, we'll talk with Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers around the US and their plans to attend the National Convention, "Resistance is the Future" in Philadelphia, PA on June 4th and 5th, 2011.
Glen Ford Interview
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2011-05-15 Black Agenda Report Executive Editor and Black is Back Coalition member Glen Ford will join Penny Hess this week on Reparations in Action, featuring Ford's astute and ascerbic analysis of current events through the eyes of the African community. Ford, who will be a featured guest speaker at the upcoming Uhuru Solidarity Movement convention June 4 and 5 in Philadelphia will discuss torture and the US wars around the world against the African community right here.
Build the Uhuru Solidarity Movement Convention!
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2011-05-01 Alison Hoehne and Harris Daniels discuss the upcoming Uhuru Solidarity Movement national convention, themed "Resistance is the Future", scheduled for June 4-5, 2011 in Philadelphia, PA.
Earth Uprising Events Across the U.S.
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2011-04-24 Wendy Snyder of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Oakland presents highlights from the Earth Uprising events around the US, including a presentation by International Uhuru Movement Organizer Diop Olugbala and an interview with new member David Petrelli. Alison Hoehne discusses the upcoming Uhuru Solidarity Movement National Convention on June 4-5th, "Resistance is the Future! Solidarity with African Liberation."
Wachovia Bank and St. Petersburg's Albert Whitted Airport - Profitting from drug money while Africans pay the price.
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2011-04-10 Join a live discussion with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about this week's UK Guardian report exposing how Wachovia Bank got away with making hundreds of billions of dollars laundering Mexican and South American drug money, the role of St Petersburg Florida's city-owned Albert Whitted Airport as a haven for the drug planes, and the impact on the African community in St. Pete that is targeted for curfew, arrest and imprisonment under the guise of a "war on drugs and gangs".
Report from Conference on Other Wars; Discussion on Libya; Struggle for African community control of schools
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2011-03-27 Host Harris Daniels talks with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess following Saturday's Black is Back Conference on Other Wars in Washington, DC. They also discuss Western imperialism's attack on Libya and the difference between struggles in other parts of the North African region. A third segment of the program deals with struggles in Philadelphia around education funding and African community control of schools. Tune-in for this informative and timely show and to learn how you can get involved in the movement to end all imperialist wars.
Stop Oakland's Gang Injunction!
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2011-03-13 Oakland, CA Uhuru Solidarity Movement and African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Wendy Snyder discusses the gang injunctions being imposed on the African and Mexican communities and interviews International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala about the upcoming tour with the International Book Tour for Chairman Omali Yeshitela.
A 'Slap on the Wrist' for Chicago Police Torturer, Africans Resist the Colonial Prison System
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2011-02-13 African people face the daily terror of the police, a rate of unemployment reaching 70% in their communities, and an imprisonment rate of one out of eight for African men. Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Kristin Gordon in Chicago discusses the recent sentencing of former Chicago police commander Jon Burge who oversaw the torture of at least 200 African and Latino men during his career. Also, the recent Georgia prison strike is discussed as part of the growing African resistance to a colonial, brutal prison system.
Report Back from Solidarity Conference, Forward to InPDUM Convention!
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2011-01-23 African People's Solidarity Committee organizers in Philadelphia, PA and around the country will sum up the successful 2011 International Conference on White Solidarity With Black Power, and will interview International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala about the upcoming 2011 InPDUM Convention in Philadelphia, February 19-21st.
The crisis of imperialism and the role of white people
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2011-01-16 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess' keynote address to the International Conference on White Solidarity with Black Power, delivered on January 9, 2011 at the Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Lynne Stewart Transferred | Solidarity with Black Power Conference Jan 8-11
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2011-01-02 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess interviews Ralph Poynter about the case of Attorney Lynne Stewart who is serving 10 years in prison for her stand in support of Arab, African and oppressed peoples. Lynne was recently transferred to the notorious prison medical facility in Texas. Hess will also discuss the upcoming APSC "International Conference on White Solidarity with Black Power" set to take place January 9-11 in St. Petersburg, Florida, with APSC Secretary-General Alison Hoehne.
Police Terror in Oakland Continues Two Years After the Murder of Oscar Grant
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2010-12-26 Solidarity Committee members Wendy Snyder and Pete Yaroschuk discuss the ongoing situation in Oakland, California of police violence and attacks and the ongoing resistance of the African community two years after the murder of Oscar Grant by former BART cop Johannes Mehserle. Find out how you can get involved in the Uhuru Solidarity Movement.
Solidarity with African Resistance!
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2010-12-19 From Greenwood, Mississippi to Columbus, Ohio to Philadelphia, colonial terror is still a daily reality for African people inside the U.S. and around the world. Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Harris Daniels, Alison Hoehne and Rebecca Dillow discuss a recent lynching case, as well as State attacks on African youth in the U.S., and the organized resistance of African people through the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement's "Hands Off African Youth!" campaign. Solidarity statements and presentations will be heard from the recent demonstration outside the Gallery shopping center in Center City Philadelphia, where African youth have been pushed out of the public stores by Gallery security, part of the City's ongoing criminalization of African youth. The Uhuru Solidarity Movement stands in solidarity with African resistance, and is organizing the campaign to build white solidarity with black power in every part of the country.
Stop white gentrification of black neighborhoods! Support African community self-determination and economic development!
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2010-12-12 From Oct. 27 - 30, 2010, members of St. Petersburg's Council of Neighborhood Association exchanged a series of emails on their internal listserve that revealed the racist and pro-gentrification agenda of many of their leading members. On Wednesday, December 8, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement held an event to mobilize support from the white community for black community economic development and social justice. Today's program provides a report on this issue, with audio excerpts from the presentations by Chimurenga Waller, Mwamba Yeshitela, and Penny Hess.
Jon Burge and his Legacy of Police Torture in Chicago
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2010-12-05 Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Kristin Gordon reports from Chicago on police brutality in the city, focusing on the case of infamous former police commander, Jon Burge, who tortured a documented 110 African men during his career. No charges were ever brought against Burge until May of this year, when he was convicted of lying in civil lawsuit that he had never been involved in torture. Uhuru Solidarity Movement recognizes that the only reason why people such as Jon Burge, and others who carry out this brutal war against the African community in Chicago and all around the U.S., can do so with immunity is because the African Revolution of the 1960s was crushed by the U.S. government's COINTELPRO program. December 4 is the 41st anniversary of Fred Hampton's murder in Chicago and his life and commitment to African self-determination will be commemorated.
A Day in Solidarity with African People - Philadelphia
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2010-11-28 Hear 2 presentations from "A Day in Solidarity with African People", held November 7, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess calls for a new relationship of accountable solidarity from the white community with the African revolution. Pam Africa, of the Free Mumia Committee, calls for the freedom of International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala. APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess will also discuss Canada's recent refusal to allow President Diop to enter the country for the next 5 years as a result of his felony conviction in Philadelphia.
Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise: Fun African Liberation Fundraiser!
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2010-11-21 We talk with members of the staff of the Office of Chairman Omali Yeshitela about the Marcus Garvey Legacy Cruise, sailing to the Caribbean in December 2010 as a fundraiser for the African Socialist International.
Victory to the Indigenous People! Interview with Union del Barrio.
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2010-11-14 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess talks live with Lucia Laguna from Union del Barrio about the genocide of the Indigenous people, the theft of their land and the struggle to liberate and unite the Indigenous peoples of this hemisphere as the rightful owners of this land. Call-in with your questions and comments.
Free Mumia Abu Jamal! Live discussion with Pam Africa
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2010-11-07 Penny Hess (Chairwoman of African People's Solidarity Committee) and Jesse Nevel (Uhuru Solidarity Movement, Miami organizer) talk about the case of Mumia Abu Jamal, the African political prisoner for whom the state of Pennsylvania is trying to sign the death warrant. This show features live discussion with Pam Africa, long-time leader of the Concerned Friends and Family of Mumia Abu Jamal and fighter for the rights of the African community. Call in with your comments and questions.
Building Solidarity With African Resistance in Philadelphia
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2010-10-31 Live discussion on why A Day in Solidarity With African People is so relevant in this period of imperialism in crisis and rising African resistance. Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers in Philadelphia address the campaigns to free Diop Olugbala, Mumia Abu-Jamal and Askia Sabur, the daily colonial police attacks on the African community, the FBI raids on antiwar organizations, and what North Americans can do to take a stand on the right side of history.
Support African Resistance and Free Speech!
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2010-10-24 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess talks live with Mwamba Yeshitela, Uhuru Movement organizer in St. Petersburg, about the campaign for African resistance and the brutal conditions faced by young African people today. Hess also discusses the current social unrest in France and talks live with International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala about his recent sentencing in Philadelphia and the worldwide outpouring of support for his case.
Uhuru Pies 2010, fundraiser for the African People's Education and Defense Fund
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2010-10-10 Wendy Snyder of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Oakland interviews Ironiff Ifoma, the president of the African People's Education and Defense Fund, in Oakland speaking at the Uhuru Wellness Festival and Maureen Wagener, coordinator of the Uhuru Pies fundraiser for the African community development programs of APEDF. Find out how to participate in Uhuru Pies in the San Francisco and Tampa Bay Areas and from anywhere to support this fundraiser. Learn also how this fundraiser is part of the campaign for Reparations in Action.
Report from Oakland's Day in Solidarity with African People
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2010-10-03 Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Pete Yaroschuk presents excerpts of presentations made at the "Day in Solidarity with African People", held in Oakland, California on September 19, 2010.
Day of Solidarity with African People
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2010-09-26 Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Pete Yaroschuk presents excerpts of presentations made at the "Day in Solidarity with African People", held in Oakland, California on September 19, 2010.
Stop Police Containment! Building Solidarity with the African Revolution - Report from Miami
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2010-09-19 Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Jesse Nevel reports from Miami on the recent police murders of Tamorris Tyrell Gaye and Gibson Belizair and provides updates on the trial of International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement President Diop Olugbala whose free speech rights were recently violated by a felony conviction for protesting a mayoral address in Philadelphia.
Reparations in Action from the West Coast
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2010-09-05 Wendy Snyder of the African People's Solidarity Committee in Oakland presents reports from the Uhuru Solidarity Movement members on the West Coast on the Reparations in Action campaign building A Day in Solidarity with African People in San Diego and Oakland and organizing in the Pacific Northwest. Reparations in Action also kicks into gear Uhuru Pies 2010 coming in November.
Solidarity with the campaign to free Diop Olugbala and the right of African people to resist colonial oppression
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2010-08-29 Report from Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers in Philadelphia, PA on the ongoing campaign to free Diop Olugbala, the President of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement and leader in Philadelphia, who was attacked and arrested by police for peacefully protesting inside City Hall on March 19, 2009. Hear reports from the trial on August 24, 2010, where Judge Roxanne Covington found Diop guilty of felony aggravated assault, as well as clips from the powerful Uhuru Movement demonstration outside the courthouse. Learn about the Reparations in Action campaign, an international fundraising and action campaign that YOU can be a part of, leading up to the Day in Solidarity With African People event in Philadelphia on November 6th.
Reparations in Action
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2010-08-22 The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is launching a five-month activist campaign, taking a public stand from the white community against the escalating war on the African community in the U.S. Find out how you can participate in "A Day in Solidarity with African People" from wherever you live; contribute to building the 30th Annual Holiday Pie Campaign and Online Auction and express your support and solidarity with the African-led Uhuru Movement.
A History of Police Containment in Miami
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2010-08-15 Comrades Jesse Nevel and Mathew Daiagi in Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) of Miami report on recent police murders in Miami and the history of police containment in the majority African neighborhood of Overtown, Miami. Comrades also interview President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM), Diop Olugbala, about police containment and the meaning of the recent police slogan of "Take Back Our Streets." Diop Olugbala and USM comrades emphasize how the work of the Uhuru Movement provides a way for African people to resist police containment and why white people should unite to overthrow this colonial system of white power by joining USM.
Reports from Oakland on the Mehserle Trial, Uhuru Pies, Uhuru Furniture and a Day in Solidarity with African People
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2010-08-08 African People's Solidarity Committee Oakland Chair Wendy Snyder presents interviews about the verdict in the trial of Johannes Mehserle, the Bay Area Rapid Transit cop who killed Oscar Grant. Listen also to interviews with the coordinators of Uhuru Pies in Oakland, which is building a massive fundraising campaign for the African People's Education and Defense Fund and Uhuru Furniture and Collectibles, which just won the reader's poll award for "best furniture store of the East Bay." Also, we will look ahead to A Day in Solidarity with African People coming on September 19th, 2010.
Taking on the Arizona SB1070
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2010-06-20 On Friday, April 23 Arizona governor Jan Brewer signed into law SB 1070, vicious, white nationalist legislation designed to attack the Indigenous Mexican workers from whom Arizona and the rest of Occupied Mexico was stolen by white colonizers over the past 500 years. Uhuru Solidarity Members Jesse Nevel, Kelly Baron and Mat Daiagi take on this issue and more.
Nation, race and colonialism - live talk with Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2010-06-13 Penny Hess interviews African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the worldwide impact of the 5th Congress of the African People's Socialist Party, the questions of nation, race and colonialism, and the fallacy of Obama's "post-racial America." Call-in with your questions and comments.
I’m With Uhuru! The 2010 Uhuru Solidarity Movement Membership Drive
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2010-05-23 The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is an international organization of allies of the African-led movement for justice, liberation and reparations for African and all oppressed peoples. Anyone can be a member of Uhuru Solidarity Movement, and in this week’s “Solidarity Not Charity” you will hear from members both longtime and new alike, about what it means to stand in solidarity with the Uhuru Movement, what we do as members, and what kinds of activities for members are possible.
Arizona Immigration Law and the Attack on Indigenous Peoples
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2010-05-09 Wendy Snyder, Oakland Chair of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement will bring an analysis of the new immmigration law in Arizona through interviews with the Mexican liberation movement, exposing the long history of attacks on indigenous peoples on their own lands.
Solidarity with the African People's Socialist Party's upcoming 5th Congress
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2010-05-02 This week's show replays an interview with African People's Socialist Party Secretary General, Gaida Kambon, about the Party's upcoming 5th Congress, followed by a segment on the heightening resistance of African people in South Africa.
Uhuru Pies - 30 years of bringing social justice to the holiday table
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2010-04-25 Bill Canada and Maureen Wagener, members of the Uhuru Pies committee discuss how organizations and individuals can participate in this year's November pie fundraiser for the African People's Education and Defense Fund's Uhuru House projects. Celebrating 30 years of holiday fundraising in Northern California and the St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay Area. People from all around the country can help meet this year's goals of creating a broad network of pie buyers, sellers and bekers and donors.
Earth Day: It Will Take Social Change To Fight Climate Change
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2010-04-18 St. Petersburg APSC member Janice Kant, and Uhuru Solidarity Movement member Scott Milinder discuss Earth Day under USM's theme "Social Change to Fight Change!" and announce details about the upcoming Earth Day event at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg, Florida, to be held Thursday, April 22nd, 2010.
Solidarity with the APSP's 5th Congress | Heightened Resistance in South Africa
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2010-04-11 This week's show features a live interview with African People's Socialist Party Secretary General, Gaida Kambon, about the Party's upcoming 5th Congress, followed by a segment on the heightening resistance of African people in South Africa.
Penny Hess leads a study on "The Black Jacobins" (Haitian Revolution)
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2010-04-04 Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee and author of "Overturning the Culture of Violence," will lead a study of "The Black Jacobins," a powerful book on the revolution in Haiti that helps give context to the situation today. Hess will deepen our understandings of the conditions faced by African people in Haiti during the period of slavery, the social forces at play in the Caribbean and Europe and the heroic African resistance that resulted in the first successful African-led workers' revolution in the western hemisphere. Listeners are encouraged to read the book ahead of the study, but that is not required. Penny will give an overview of the book, read from some selected passages and then open it up for discussion.
Social Change to Fight Climate Change! Building Uhuru Solidarity Movement's Earth Day Festival
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2010-03-28 Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Alison Hoehne, Harris Daniels and Miah O'Malley-Thompson discuss the exciting Africa's Resources in African Hands campaign, part of which is building the Earth Day Fest & Flea Market in Philadelphia as a fundraiser for the African Village Survival Initiative programs. The festival, which is co-sponsored by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement and the African People's Education & Defense Fund -- the nonprofit that runs Uhuru Furniture & Collectibles and the AVSI programs, will feature a wide variety of live music, workshops, vendors, children's activities, and speakers including Ayesha Fleary of the All-African People's Development & Empowerment Projects and Ramona Africa, speaking on the 25th anniversary of the MOVE bombing. This festival is significant in building solidarity with the right of African & other oppressed peoples to organize and resist their conditions and overturn a social system that has enslaved and impoverished the vast majority of the peoples on the planet, as well as destroying the environment. And we stand for environmental justice through African liberation!
San Francisco Bay Area Week of Action to Stop U.S. Colonial Wars Here and Abroad
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2010-03-21 Hear Chairman Omali Yeshitela speak at the A.N.S.W.E.R. Anti-War March and Rally in San Francisco, CA on President Barack Obama’s continuation of imperialist wars, the ongoing occupation of Haiti, and the struggle of African people inside the U.S. to challenge colonial conditions and build a united African continent. Also, hear interviews from the rally's participants.
California's Student Protests, Economic Crisis & Prison Economy
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2010-03-14 Wendy Snyder, African People's Solidarity Committee and Uhuru Solidarity Movement Leader in Oakland presents a summation of the economic crisis hitting the "the Golden State." Hear interviews with students who took part in the March 4th mobilization against the budget cuts in public education and details about the upcoming "Week of Action to Stop U.S. Colonial Wars Here in Abroad" beginning with the anti-war mobilization on Saturday, March 20th in San Francisco.
"Africa's Resources in African Hands" Northeast Regional Speaking Tour
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2010-03-07 Presentation from APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess given on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 in Philadelphia, PA as part of a Northeast regional speaking tour building the "Africa's Resources in African Hands" (ARIAH) campaign. Chairwoman Hess delivered this riveting multimedia presentation on Haiti as part of the event "Haiti: Solidarity Not Charity". She draws from the brutal history of slavery and colonialism to lay out the analysis of Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African Internationalism and to explain the strategy of the African People's Solidarity Committee, an organization of white people and other allies who have a principled relationship working under the leadership of the Party building genuine solidarity with African-led programs for self-determination. For more information about the ARIAH campaign, visit www.uhurusolidarity.org.
“Africa’s Resources in African Hands”: Supporting the Uhuru House Kitchen Project
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2010-02-28 The “Africa’s Resources in African Hands” Solidarity Action Network is raising resources across North America for true self-determination led by African people. Kitty Reilly, African People’s Solidarity Committee member, and Scott Milinder, a member of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, will highlight the importance of supporting the Uhuru House Commercial Kitchen Project in St. Petersburg. Planned for a June launch, the kitchen project will mean more jobs and more economic development by and for the African community of St. Petersburg, where poverty exceeds 70% and unemployment is over 50%. Perhaps the greatest significance of the kitchen will be its example as a model for self-sustained economic development in the African community, in the U.S. and around the world.
Solidarity with Haiti and the African Revolution
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2010-02-21 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess speaking at the March and Rally to Defend Haiti, held on February 20, 2010 and organized by the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations. Program includes excerpts comments from participants at the March and a live discussion with Penny Hess about the significance of the mobilization.
Uhuru Solidarity Movement Organizers in NYC
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2010-02-14 Uhuru Solidarity Movement is building rapidly in the Northeast! Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizer Harris Daniels speaks with Miah O'Malley Thompson, a new member of Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Brooklyn NY who is actively organizing to build solidarity from the white community in NYC Uhuru Movement and African liberation struggle. Miah will discuss why she joined Uhuru Solidarity Movement, as well as examine the conditions facing African people in the largest city in the U.S., and share how white people in New York can get involved in the movement for Africa's Resources in African Hands!
The Crisis in Haiti and the Struggle for African Self-Determination, Pt. 2
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2010-02-07 This week Solidarity Not Charity continues our program on the topic of Haiti, the island with the first successful African worker-led revolution in the world. Penny Hess will discuss the current situation following the devastating earthquake that took place on January 12, 2010.
The Crisis in Haiti and the Struggle for African Self-Determination, Pt. 1
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2010-01-31 Haiti's devastation began in 1492. This week Solidarity Not Charity looks at the history of Haiti and the current situation on the island with the first successful African worker-led revolution in the world. Penny Hess will discuss the past 200 years of colonial occupation, re-enslavement and theft of Haiti's resources that led up to the devastation of the earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010.
Gaida Kambon on Sierra Leone and the African Socialist International
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2010-01-03 Gaida Kambon is the National Secretary of the African People's Socialist Party. A veteran leader of the Uhuru Movement, she talks in this interview about her recent trip to Sierra Leone as a part of the delegation attending the founding conference of the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone. A powerful example of women’s leadership in the African revolution, Kambon also discusses the centrality of Africa in the worldwide anti-imperialist movement.
Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen - Oppressed Nations Demand Reparations
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2009-12-27 At the Climate Change Conference held in December 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark, strong voices were heard from representatives of oppressed nations demanding payment of the debt owed by imperialist countries. The G-77, the largest intergovernmental organization of "developing states" in the United Nations, strongly confronted imperialist countries demanding trillions of dollars of reparations for "genocide of indigenous nations, transatlantic slave trade, colonial era and invasions." Hear clips from statements made at COP15 by Hugo Chavez, Evo Morales, and others, with live commentary by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess. Call-in with your comments and questions.
Philadelphia: The Year in Struggle!
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2009-12-20 APSC Organizers in Philadelphia review the year in struggle, featuring clips from demonstrations and events around the campaign to defend the City Hall 2, Earth Day Fest & Flea Market, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement National Conference, the Summer Week of Action, the They Say Cutback We Say Payback march on City Hall, African People’s Solidarity Day, Black is Back, and the Founding Conference of the African People’s Socialist Party Sierra Leone. Find out how you can get involved and participate in the 2010 APSC National Conference in St Petersburg, FL January 10-12!
Solidarity with the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone
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2009-12-06 Hear presentations made by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess at the Founding Conference of the African People's Socialist Party - Sierra Leone, held November 16-18. 2009 in Freetown.
Rebroadcast: Why We Don't Celebrate Thanksgiving
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2009-11-29 In this rebroadcast, African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess talks with Mohawk leader Kahentinetha Horn about the North American Indian Holocaust in Part 1 of "Why We Don't Celebrate Thanksgiving."
Penny Hess speaks at African People's Solidarity 2009 in St. Petersburg
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2009-11-22 Highlights from African People's Solidarity Day in St. Petersburg, Florida, held on October 11, 2009 at The Studio@620. Hear excerpts from the presentations made by Chioma Oruh, Chairwoman of the North American Regional Committee of the African Socialist International and an expert researcher on AFRICOM; Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Ironiff Ifoma, Director of the African People's Socialist Party Economic Development department; and Kitty Reilly, on the African Village Survival Initiative campaign to equip the Uhuru House with a professional kitchen and recording studio. (African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela's keynote presentation was aired separately on "Omali Yeshitela Speaks" and will be available in that show's archives.)
Black is Back recap and Hands Off the City Hall 2 campaign updates
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2009-11-15 This week's Solidarity Not Charity reports on the historic Black is Back Mobilization on November 7th in Washington, D.C., which the African People's Solidarity Committee was honored to participate in. We will hear a solidarity statement from APSC Chairwoman Penny Hess, and discuss the significance of the coalition in this period of imperialist crisis. We will also hear updates on the Hands Off the City Hall 2 Campaign in Philadelphia -- the upcoming trial of InPDUM organizer Diop Olugbala, who is facing felony charges from the March 19th Philadelphia City Council session in which he and Shabaka Mnombatha were brutally attacked and arrested by the Philadelphia police for peacefully protesting neocolonial Mayor Michael Nutter's budget attacks on the African community. Find out how we can get involved from the white community and stand in solidarity with African people's right to resist oppression!
Why White People Should Attend the Nov. 7 "Black is Back!" March in D.C.
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2009-11-01 Talk live with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess about the upcoming Washington, D.C. November 7th March and Rally to Oppose U.S. Occupation and War in the U.S. and Abroad, organized by the Black is Back! Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations.
Highlights from African People's Solidarity Day 2009, Part 2
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2009-10-25 Hear more highlights from African People's Solidarity Day 2009, held in the U.S. to organize the white community to stand in solidarity with African and oppressed peoples rising up to take control of the land and resources of Africa and demand payback for the wealth stolen from African people that created the U.S. economic system.
Highlights from African People's Solidarity Day 2009, St. Petersburg, Florida
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2009-10-18 Highlights from African People's Solidarity Day in St. Petersburg, Florida, held on October 11, 2009 at The Studio@620. Hear excerpts from the presentations made by Chioma Oruh, Chairwoman of the North American Regional Committee of the African Socialist International and an expert researcher on AFRICOM; Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Ironiff Ifoma, Director of the African People's Socialist Party Economic Development department; and Kitty Reilly, on the African Village Survival Initiative campaign to equip the Uhuru House with a professional kitchen and recording studio. (African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela's keynote presentation was aired separately on "Omali Yeshitela Speaks" and will be available in that show's archives.)
African People's Solidarity Day 2009 - Live from St. Pete, Florida!
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2009-10-11 Special 5-hour live broadcast (1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time) of African People's Solidarity Day in St. Petersburg, Florida. Hear presentations by African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela, ASI North American regional Chairwoman Chioma Oruh, African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and African People's Socialist Party Director of Economic Development Ironiff Ifoma.
Winning White People to Support the Self-Reliance and Self-Determination in the African Community
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2009-09-20 The Uhuru Solidarity Movement in St. Petersburg, FL is winning the white community to support the programs of the Uhuru Movement for self-reliance and self-determination. On Tuesday, September 15th, new USM member Scott Milinder, hosted an event with his business group featuring Dr. Aisha Fields, Director of the Uhuru Movement organization, the All African Peoples Development and Empowerment Project. This program reports on that meeting, Dr. Fields' presentation, the response from the people of Scott's business group and how white people can open up support in white communities by hosting events like these. Uhuru Movement programs are addressing the crisis level conditions faced by the majority of African people around the world. The basis of this support in the white community can not be charity but must be a unity with reparations and solidarity with the right of African people to have control over their land and their own resources!
Why We Must Support National Liberation for African & Oppressed Peoples
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2009-09-13 Wendy Snyder of the African People's Solidarity Committee in Oakland interviews leaders in the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement and others to address the message of the popular San Francisco festival, "Power to the Peaceful" and call for solidarity with national liberation as the way forward.
Stop the U.S. War At Home and Abroad
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2009-09-06 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will discuss the U.S. counterinsurgency against the people of Afghanistan and draw out the numerous comparisons to the U.S. counterinsurgency being waged against the African community here.
"Taking on the 'Doomsday Budget' in Philadelphia"
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2009-08-30 African People's Solidarity Committee organizers Alison Hoehne and Harris Daniels will update listeners on the many different campaigns the Uhuru Movement is waging in the city of Philadelphia: the struggle against Mayor Michael Nutter's 'Doomsday Budget' that cuts essential services, raises the sales tax, postpones city workers' pensions and intensifies the counterinsurgency on the black community. The police get federal stimulus money directly from Obama, and the city attempts to rescue itself at the expense of the African community! The Uhuru Solidarity Movement is participating in the "They Say Cutback! We Say Payback!" March, led by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement. The solidarity movement in Philadelphia is organizing a contingent in the white community to unite with the demands for reparations, economic development, social justice & self-determination for the African community. APSC is also building African People's Solidarity Day, which will provide an opportunity for North Americans to become true allies of this movement that opposes the U.S. colonial wars on oppressed people -- both at home & abroad!
Baywalk get Bailed while Africans get Jailed!
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2009-08-23 Solidarity Not Charity interviews InPDUM International President, Chimurenga Waller this Sunday at 2pm on UhuruRadio! "Baywalk Gets Bailed, While Africans Get Jailed!" President Waller speaks about the current struggle with the CIty of St. Petersburg and the $6 million bailout of the Baywalk entertainment complex while the African community suffers at 71% at or below the poverty line with no plans for economic development.
California's Economic Crisis & Building the African Village Survival Initiative in Oakland
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2009-08-16 Wendy Snyder, Chair of the African People's Solidarity in Oakland, CA will discuss the economic crisis in California and the local campaigns of the Uhuru Foods and the Uhuru Movement to build solidarity with the African Village Survival Initiative.
The Economy, War and Prisons - U.S. Imperialism in Crisis
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2009-08-09 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess analyzes the current state of the U.S. economy, anti-war resistance from inside the military, and the economic significance and current crisis of the prison system. Live show. Questions and comments welcome.
Role of White People in African Revolution
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2009-08-02 Presentation made by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess on July 27, 2009 at the Plenary of the African People's Socialist Party, held in St. Petersburg, Florida.
An Iraq War Veteran in Solidarity With National Liberation for All Oppressed Peoples!
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2009-07-19 Solidarity Not Charity will play a presentation by Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, from Philadelphia, PA on July 15, 2009. Also, APSC organizers Alison Hoehne and Harris Daniels speak with Jeffrey Wiltsee, a Desert Storm veteran who has been transformed by his experiences in the U.S. imperialist military. Now a member of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, Mr. Wiltsee recognizes the right of colonized peoples to resist imperialist assaults on their land, lives and resources, and takes a principled stand in solidarity with the struggles of oppressed people throughout the world. Hoehne, Daniels and Wiltsee will discuss the circumstances that led Wiltsee to take this courageous stand, and will speak about the current world situation and building solidarity with the exciting, rising movement of national liberation led by African and other oppressed peoples.
Gay and Lesbian Pride and the Movement for African Liberation
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2009-07-05 Round table discussion with members of the African People's Solidarity Committee on:
  • Origins of the LGBT movement in the Black Power Movement of the 1960s
  • Building a principled relationship from the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered) movement with the African revolution today
Call in with your comments and questions.
Defend Material Solidarity with the African Liberation Movement
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2009-06-28 Wendy Snyder, the chair of the Oakland Uhuru Solidarity Movement will interview Maureen Wagener and Bill Canada, leaders in Uhuru Foods about the fundraising institution of the Uhuru Movement, its supporters in the SF Bay Area. We will discuss the recent struggles following the killings of the Oakland police officers and Lovelle Mixon to push back attempts to exclude Uhuru Foods from Bay Area festivals including the Maker Faire, SF Pride and fundraising at the Crucible in West Oakland. Find out how you can get involved and join Uhuru Foods and the Uhuru Solidarity Movement in Oakland. Resources: www.apscuhuru.org
Solidarity With African Resistance in Philadelphia!
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2009-06-21 African People's Solidarity Committee organizers Alison Hoehne and Harris Daniels interview Diop Olugbala, International Organizer for the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, local leadership of the Uhuru Movement in Philadelphia, and one of the defendants in the City Hall 2 campaign. They will discuss the history of African oppression and resistance in Philadelphia, the Uhuru Movement's leadership in organizing the African community into conscious struggle in defense of democratic rights, and how white people and other allies of the struggle for black power in Philly can get involved in work that's changing the world!
African Liberation: The Only Solution to the Crisis of Imperialism!
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2009-06-14 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess speaking on June 11, 2009 at the Humanist Hall in Oakland, California. Accompanied by a slide presentation, Hess reviews the current crisis facing the U.S. economy and the historic basis for development of parasitic capitalism. She also explains the role of the state in maintaining the status quo and addresses the controversy surrounding the case of Lovelle Mixon, accused of shooting to death 4 Oakland police before he was killed by law enforcement.
Stop Million Dollar War Against the African Community in St. Petersburg
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2009-05-31 Stephanie Midler talks with USM leader Courtney Rowles about the growing facts being uncovered about the "Million Dollar War Against the African Community in St. Petersburg, FL". Also, learn how you can become an ally of the Uhuru Movement initiative "African Village Survival Initiative" (AVSI) and be the first to hear about the upcoming Online Auction to raise money for AVSI - several businesses and artisans nationally donated to make this the most exciting auction yet!
Resistance in Oakland
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2009-05-17 Wendy Snyder, Chairwoman of the Oakland Unit of the African People's Solidarity Committee will talk live with Shanrika Turney, President of the Oakland Branch of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement about the struggle of African people in Oakland, California. They'll discuss the situation in that city in the aftermath of Lovelle Mixon's shooting of 4 police, city's planned budget, the police war on the African community, and the work to build the African Village Survival Initiative. Visit www.apscuhuru.org to see how you can get involved.
Chairman Omali at USM Conference.
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2009-05-10 Hear African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela's keynote speech to the National Conference of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, held on May 2, 2009 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Chairman reviews the history of the Black Power movement from the 1960s through today, and calls on the audience to take a stand on the right side of history during this current, deep crisis of U.S. imperialism. Explaining the conditions of the African community in plain and urgent terms, Chairman Omali challenges white people to look beyond the concept of charity and to work in genuine solidarity with the movement that is changing the world.
Environmental Justice Through African Liberation!
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2009-05-03 presentation by Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee presented to the Uhuru Solidarity Movement National Conference, May 2nd, 2009 in Philadelphia, PA Penny Hess will present a powerful and moving history of colonialism, slavery, and environmental destruction, and show how the only way forward for a more just, sustainable future for everyone is in solidarity with the movement for African liberation and justice.
"Uhuru Solidarity Conference: Becoming Allies with the Movement that's Changing the World'
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2009-04-26 In a dynamic roundtable discussion, Uhuru Solidarity Movement organizers Alison Hoehne, Harris Daniels, Wendy Snyder, and Courtney Rowles talk about why North Americans and all freedom-loving people are invited to become allies of the African working class-led Uhuru Movement, and attend the Uhuru Solidarity Movement National Conference in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, May 2nd. The organizers explain what it means for white people to take a principled stand on issues from the U.S. propangada on "pirates" in Somalia to the war being waged daily on the African community in the U.S. and discuss ways to build support for the dual power African-led economic development programs like the African Village Survival Initiative, and campaigns for justice and democratic rights. Find out how you can get involved in the movement that's changing the world!
A principled response from the white community to the shooting of 4 policemen by Lovelle Mixon.
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2009-03-29 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess talks live with APSC organizer Wendy Snyder from Oakland, California discuss a principled response from the white community to the shooting of 4 policemen by Lovelle Mixon.
Building Solidarity with the African Village Survival Initiative
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2009-03-22 The African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess discusses the day's African Village Survival Initiative conference and the phenomenon of the "green" environmental and sustainability movements as they relate to the freedom struggle of African people.
Jews in Solidarity with African Liberation
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2009-03-15 The African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) presents a roundtable discussion on the issue of "Jews in Solidarity with African Liberation". Penny Hess will talk with APSC members Ruby Gittelsohn, Harris Daniels and Joel Hamburger about why Jewish people have a profound interest in standing in solidarity with the struggles of African people and oppressed peoples around the world for liberation.
Economy and Jobless crisis in African community
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2009-03-08 Penny Hess discuses the actual data on joblessness in the African community, including the prison population. Also, Penny reveals that the United States cannot adapt to the crashing economy. She explains only African and indigenous liberation will lead to true sustainability, with the Uhuru Movement leading the way.
Pennsylvania's Oppressive 'Economic Stimulus Package'
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2009-03-01 Organizers from the African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) in Philadelphia will discuss Pennsylvania's Oppressive 'Economic Stimulus Package' (Prison Economy) and African Resistance. With judges taking millions of dollars in payoffs to lock up children, a 567% rise in prison population since 1980, and brutally enforced public policy of police containment, it's clear that Pennsylvania's economy rests on the oppression and incarceration of African people. This week's show will expose the economic boom of prisons and police in the city with the largest rate of imprisonment in the U.S., and will present clips from the February 26th People's Townhall Meeting, a public forum for solutions to the conditions faced by the African community, led by the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement.
Uhuru Foods leader Janice Kant talks about the political significance, development and growth of APSC's institutional work raising funds for the Uhuru Movement.
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2009-02-22 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) organizer Stephanie Midler will talk live with Uhuru Foods leader Janice Kant, about the political significance, development and growth of APSC's institutional work raising funds for the Uhuru Movement. They'll discuss how white people can take a principled stance during the current period of economic crisis by turning over the resources stolen from African people under parasitic capitalism, and making them accessible to the leadership of the African revolution.
Justice for Oscar Grant, Murdered by Police!
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2009-02-15 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess talks with Wendy Snyder, Oakland APSC organizer about the deepening crisis in the city of Oakland following the killing of Oscar Grant III by BART police officer Johnannes Mehserle and the subsequent videos showing the complicity of other BART officers in the brutal murder. They'll discuss the resignation of the police chief, the voting defeat of a youth curfew and the exposure of the city's war budget against the African community. Learn how white people and allies of the African community can get involved in support of economic development, reparations and justice.
The $1.1 billion war budget in Philadelphia against the African community
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2009-02-08 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) organizers Alison Hoehne and Harris Daniels will discuss the $1.1 billion war budget that the city of Philadelphia spends on police and prisons as part of the counterinsurgency against the African community. They'll discuss the living conditions imposed on the black community, the organized resistance coming from the Uhuru Movement through the newly established People's Townhall Meetings, and how white people can stand in solidarity with a program for real change.
African self-reliance projects
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2009-02-01 Dr. Aisha Fields, Director of the All African People's Development and Empowerment Program (AAPDEP) will discuss the upcoming African self-reliance projects for 2009 and the victories and accomplishments of 2008, including the establishment of a clinic, a rain-water harvesting project and a fishing program in Sierra Leone. Alison Hoehne from the African People's Solidarity Committee will talk about why white people should support AAPDEP.
Campaign for development of Uhuru House
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2009-01-25 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) organizer Stephanie Midler will talk live with Ironiff Ifoma, President of the African People's Education and Defense Fund, and APSC leader Kitty Reilly, about the Uhuru House Building Development Campaign.
APSC's annual national conference; Oscar Grant discussion
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2009-01-18 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess' presentation to excerpts from APSC's annual national conference, held January 10 - 13, 2009 in St. Petersburg, Florida, followed by a live interview with Oakland organizer Wendy Snyder about the movement for justice for Oscar Grant and other victims of police murder in Oakland, California.
Excerpts from the first day of the annual conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee
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2009-01-11 Hear excerpts from the first day of the annual conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee, taking place January 10 - 13, 2009.
Replay of annual conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee presentation
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2009-01-04 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess give a presentation back in 2008 at the annual conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee
InPDUM organizers put the mayor, the police commissioner, and the district attorney on trial in the Philadelphia Tribunal for Reparations to African People
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2008-12-28 This week's show explores the growing resistance of the African community in Philadelphia, PA. On December 10th and 18th, 2008, members of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement confronted Mayor, Michael Nutter at his "Town Hall Meetings" that were held to justify the slashing of $108 million from libraries, educational and recreational programs, while leaving $1 billion intact for "Criminal Justice & Public Safety." The Uhuru Movement calls this a Billion Dollar War Budget - 24% of the city's budget spent on prisons, the public policy of police containment, and the ongoing criminalization of the African community. Hear clips of InPDUM organizers putting the mayor, the police commissioner, and the district attorney on trial in the Philadelphia Tribunal for Reparations to African People on December 13, 2008, demanding the $1 Billion be spent on economic development for the African community.
Penny Hess of African People's Solidarity Committee speaks at the Uhuru House in Oakland
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2008-12-21 Hear the speech made by African People's Solidarity Committee at the Uhuru House in Oakland, California on December 7, 2008.
A Call to Action!
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2008-12-14 Hear the keynote presentations delivered by African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela and African People's Solidarity Committee at a Solidarity Appreciation Banquet held in Oakland, California on December 6, 2008.
Organizing White Solidarity with African Liberation in the Era of Imperialist Crisis.
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2008-12-07 In anticipation of upcoming annual conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee, set for January 11th - 13th, 2009, we'll present excerpts from last year's conference in St. Petersburg, Florida.
History of African Resistance to Police Terror in Philadelphia.
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2008-11-30 The Philadelphia unit of the African People's Solidarity Committee will present a review of the notorious Philadelphia police assaults on the African community and the movement's fight for democratic rights.
Parasitic Capitalism Must Go!
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2008-11-23 Hear African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess' presentation at a Teach-In, held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia on February 24, 1990.
Genuine Solidarity with African People.
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2008-11-16 Listen to an interview with Chairman Omali Yeshitela prior to the first series of African People's Solidarity Day events in the fall of 2006. The Chairman addresses why solidarity with African people's struggle for justice is in white people's interest and what role they can play in the African liberation movement
Counterinsurgency Against the African Community in Oakland, California
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2008-11-09 Broadcasting from Oakland, African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Wendy Snyder will talk live with family members of Jody "Mack" Woodfox, a 27-year-old African man who was murdered by Oakland police officer Hector Jimenez on July 25th, 2008 during a traffic stop. Jimenez is now on paid leave but also fatally shot and killed Andrew Moppin on New Year's Eve. We will also discuss the Uhuru Pies 2008 fundraiser and the way people can get involved in supporting the African led campaigns of the Uhuru Movement and making "Uhuru" a household word.
Economic Crisis: Understanding the Melt Down and the Way Forward.
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2008-11-02 The presentation made by International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement organizer Diop Olugbala at an event sponsored by the African People's Solidarity Committee on October 23, 2008 at the First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
Justice and Reparations for the Victims of Police Murders in St. Petersburg!
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2008-10-26 Broadcasting from Philadelphia PA, African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) organizer Stephanie Midler will host a program on APSC's work to win reparations for the families of African people murdered by law enforcement.
Justice and Reparations for the Victims of Police Murders in Philadelphia!
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2008-10-19 Broadcasting from Philadelphia PA, African People's Solidarity Committee organizers Alison Hoehne and Harris Daniels will talk live with Diop Olugbala, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement Organizer, as well as members of the family of Denill Giddings, who was murdered by Philadelphia Police on Sept. 23rd. They will discuss the brutal relationship of the Philadelphia Police to the African community. Diop, who is organizing a Reparations Tribunal in Philadelphia, will speak on the resistance in this city known for its hostile living conditions and police murders of young African men.
Say No to Columbus Day!
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2008-10-12 African People's Solidarity Committee host Wendy Snyder will speak with a representative from the United Confederation of the Taino People discussing the white nationalist Columbus day holiday and the celebration of genocide on the one hand and the growing resistance and unity of the indigenous peoples throughout the Americas. We will open up the question of the correct stance of progressive North American people in relation to the history and the struggle of indigenous peoples and how it relates to our organizing of white solidarity with the African revolution. Also, we will have Quetzaoceloacuia of the Barrio Defense Committee to address the conditions that the Mexican people face in California/occupied Mexico as a continuation of that history of genocide and resistance.
Wall Street Bail Out Exposed!
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2008-10-05 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and Sandy Thompson will discuss the $850 million Wall Street bail out passed by the U.S. Congress on Friday, and the deepening crisis of the imperialist economy.
Overturning the Culture of Violence!
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2008-09-21 We bring you two presentations by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess, dealing with the relationship of white wealth to African oppression and calling for unconditional solidarity from the white community with the struggle for African liberation and reparations. The first is from a "Teach-in to Stop the War on the African Community", held February 24, 1990, on the University of Pennslvania in Philadelphia. The second is from a forum called "Who are the Real Terrorists?" held at University Lutheran Church in Philadephia, Pennsylvania on February 20, 1991.
Reparations for Police Murders of African Teens!
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2008-09-07 Sandy Thompson and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will discuss the campaign for reparations for the families of Javon Dawson, Jarrell Walker, Marquell McCullough and TyRon Lewis, all unarmed African teenagers shot to death by the police or sheriffs in St. Petersburg, Florida.
African Community Control of Education.
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2008-08-31 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk live with Chimurenga Waller, former President of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement and Pinellas County School Board candidate about the struggle for African community control of education.
Black August and the U. S. Prison Economy.
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2008-08-24 Penny Hess and Sandy Thompson will discuss why the month of August is so significant to the struggle for liberation of African people and how the U.S. prison system makes billions of dollars for the U.S. economy. This show will delve into the relationship that white people have to America's gulag that locks up two and half million people, more than half of whom are African.
Obama Exposed.
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2008-08-10 Sandy Thompson and African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will discuss U.S. Democratic Party presidential hopeful Barack Obama's neo-colonial program. Increasingly Obama is revealing his true positions on international and domestic issues, showing, as one pundit stated, that he could carry out a geopolitical platform "far more aggressive than Bush's."
The Forces Behind the Barack Obama Campaign for U.S. President
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2008-08-03 Hear a presentation made by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 26, 2008. Backing up Chairman Omali Yeshitela's keynote presentation to the same event, Hess shares research on Obama's funders and advisors. The dynamic program gets to the heart of what is at stake in the 2008 elections: the continuation of this parasitic system resting on exploitation and genocide, with a seemingly kindler, gentler, African face.
The Tulsa Race Riots of 1921
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2008-07-27 African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels will talk live with Eddie Faye Gates, an activist and spokesperson for the Tulsa Reparations Coalition. Ms. Gates represents the movement of African people in Tulsa, Oklahoma who are fighting for reparations for the survivors and families of the vibrant, successful African community that was bombed and burned by white mobs and the government in 1921.
Inner Workings of the Parasitic Economy
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2008-07-20 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will interview Catherine Austin Fitts, former Wall Street investment banker and Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under the administration of George Herbert Walker Bush. Ms. Fitts talks about the enormous profits made by Wall Street and government officials through the multi-billion dollar prison and illegal drug economies at the expense of the African community. She exposes the cover-up of government money-laundering and the transfer of public funds for private profit.
Support Economic Development, Not Police Containment of the African Community!
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2008-06-15 Members of the African People's Solidarity Committee, including Chairwoman Penny Hess, Harris Daniels and Sandy Thompson will discuss the St. Petersburg government program of denying economic development to the African community, while imposing a public policy of police containment, exempified by last week's police murder of Javon Dawson and the planned use of millions in public dollars to build a new waterfront baseball stadium after having destroyed a thriving African community to build the existing Tropicana Dome.
Support the Africanist Movement in Sierra Leone!
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2008-06-08 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk live with Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, direct from Sierra Leone about the imperialist attacks on the Africanist Movement, which he leads. Tune in to learn what you can do!
"AISO: Bringing the Revolution Back to the Campuses"
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2008-06-01 Organizer Harris Daniels will interview Odion Osegyefo, President of the African Internationalist Student Organization, the student wing of the African People's Socialist Party. Osegyefo, a speaker at African Liberation Day on May 25th, represents the historic mission of AISO, which is "guided by the understanding that African students, subjected to a colonial education system designed to reproduce in them a colonial worldview, a servile neocolonial puppet class and a capitalist labor force, and having realized that the student struggle is an integral part of the international struggle for the liberation and unification of Africa and African people under the leadership of the African working class."
Solidarity with Red, Black and GREEN
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2008-05-18 Chairwoman Penny Hess of the African People's Solidarity Committee will talk live with Dr. Aisha Fields, Director of the All-African People's Development and Empowerment Project.
Counterinsurgency and Resistance in Oakland, California
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2008-05-04 Bakari Olatunji, Oakland branch president of the InPDUM, and Wendy Snyder, Oakland chair of Uhuru Solidarity Movement, will discuss the police counterinsurgency against African and Mexican people in the Bay area of California. Within weeks of receiving $7.7 million in additional funding, Oakland police murdered two people, 71 year-old African artist Casper Banjo, and 15 year-old Jose Luis Buenrostro-Gonzalez, in a 5 day period! We will also get an update on the recent Campaign to Defeat Patrick McCullough, a strong mobilization by the Uhuru Movement to expose this neo-colonial African who, 3 years after shooting 15 year-old Melvin McHenry in the back, is running for City Council. Olatunji and Snyder will discuss how the Uhuru Movement is working to push back the police attacks on the African and Mexican community and smash neocolonialism!
Update on Mumia Abu Jamal, African Freedom Fighter
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2008-04-27 Provide an update on the mobilization to free Mumia Abu-Jamal that took place in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, April 19th. Activists from all over the country flocked to Philadelphia to march and demonstrate for Mumia, but also to take on larger questions of African liberation. The show will also delve deeper into the meaning of Abu-Jamal as an African freedom fighter, a sign that the African revolution of the 1960s is alive and well.
Haitians Fight Imperialist-Imposed Starvation!
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2008-04-20 Four years after the U.S. kidnapping of democratically elected President Jean Betrand Aristide, African people in Haiti are fiercely resisting genocidal levels of starvation imposed by their U.S.-backed neocolonial government. African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess interviews activist Jean Jafrikayiti Saint-Vil about the current crisis on the island where the first successful African revolution in the Western hemisphere took place 200 years ago.
Andrew Mwangura - African Internationalist Labor Organizer in Kenya
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2008-04-06 APSC member Sandra Thompson interviews Andrew Mwangura - trade union organizer, journalist, and African Internationalist - one of a growing number of African revolutionaries determined to complete the struggle for genuine independence and unity for Africa. He has traveled to the U.S. to participate in a process initiated by the African People's Socialist Party to strengthen and unify the international African revolution.
The Forces Behind the Barack Obama Campaign for U.S. President
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2008-03-30 Hear a presentation made by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 26, 2008. Backing up Chairman Omali Yeshitela's keynote presentation to the same event, Hess shares research on Obama's funders and advisors. The dynamic program gets to the heart of what is at stake in the 2008 elections: the continuation of this parasitic system resting on exploitation and genocide, with a seemingly kindler, gentler, African face
Free the Move 9
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2008-03-23 Alison Hoehne, leader in the African People's Solidarity Committee, will talk live with Ramona Africa, the sole adult survivor of the May 13, 1985 bombing of the MOVE organization. Ramona Africa is leading the campaign for parole for the 8 surviving members of MOVE who are wrongfully imprisoned for the shooting death of a police officer during the 1978 Philadelphia police attack on the MOVE house.
What Does Barack Obama's Candidacy Represent?
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2008-03-16 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will review the advisors and funders of Barack Obama's U.S. presidential candidacy and discuss this election contest in relation to the crises-ridden U.S. economy and growing anti-American sentiment internationally.
Indigenous Resistance and Lakotah Independence
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2008-03-02 A discussion with Russell Means on the Lakota Nation's declaration of independence and the history of indigenous resistance throughout the European occupation of "Turtle Island" (North America).
Police Containment and Conditions in the African Community
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2008-02-24 We present a discussion with President Ivory Muhammad, of the International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement, from the community forum held in Philadelphia, PA on February 21st, 2008. President Muhammad addresses the conditions of poverty, hopelessness, unemployment, gentrification, and police containment facing African people in US cities. Alison Hoehne of the African People's Solidarity Committee addresses our responsibility as white people to take a stand against police harassment, brutality, police murder, and "Stop & Frisk" policies.
The Role of White People in Solidarity with African Liberation
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2008-02-17 Hear a pre-recorded presentation by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess.
The History of the African People's Solidarity Committee and the Struggle Against Opportunism
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2008-02-10 Hear a presentation by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess, delivered at the January 2008 Solidarity School in St. Petersburg, Florida. In it, she exposes the opportunism of the white left movement and offers North Americans a place in the movement for true reparations and solidarity with African people.
Tulsa Race Riots of 1921
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2008-02-03 African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels will talk live with Eddie Faye Gates, an activist and spokesperson for the Tulsa Reparations Coalition. Ms. Gates represents the movement of African people in Tulsa, Oklahoma who are fighting for reparations for the survivors and families of the vibrant, successful African community that was bombed and burned by white mobs and the government in 1921.
Supporting Sustainable Development in Africa
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2008-01-27 African People's Solidarity Committee organizers will talk live with Dr. Aisha Fields who just returned from leading a delegation of African engineers and scientists to Sierra Leone to begin to implement people's programs for clean water harvesting and renewable electrification.
Comparing African vs. North American Health Conditions
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2008-01-20 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk live with Uhuru Movement member Iyapo Ngina, host of 'Colonialism is Bad for Your Health' on the grave disparities in health conditions and treatment between North American and African people in the United States, and reveal the colonial conditions facing African communities in the field of health.
The Story of Uhuru Furniture Stores
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2008-01-13 The story of the Uhuru Furniture stores from a flea market booth to bustling African-led economic institutions in 3 U.S. cities.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-12-30 The role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African liberation struggle.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-12-23 African People's Solidarity Committee (APSC) Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk live with Shaquanda Cotton, her mother Creola Cotton, and International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement organizer Talib Aatiq about the targetting of African children in U.S. schools and the unjust imprisonment of Shaquanda Cotton in Texas
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-12-16 Continuation of highlights from conference in Spain.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-12-09 Penny Hess will interview Alison Hoehne, Chairwoman of the Philadelphia APSC unit and Minister Carla Harris, InPDUM Secretary and leader about the current campaign in Philadelphia, PA against the proposed "Stop & Frisk" policies of police containment.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-12-02 Harris Daniels will highlight the 25 year fundraising tradition of Uhuru pies.
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2007-11-25 African Peoples' Solidarity Committee member Harris Daniels will talk live with Ron Gocheza of Union del Barrio, a revolutionary Mexican liberation organization based in Southern California.
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2007-11-18 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk with Mohawk leader Kahentinetha Horn about the North American Indian Holocaust in Part 1 of "Why We Don't Celebrate Thanksgiving.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-11-11 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess will talk with International People's Demcratic Uhuru Movement President Ivory Muhammad about these increasing attacks on Africans by both average white citizens and government authorities and will share opportunities for white people to get involved in supporting and defending the rights of the African community.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-11-04 Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee will present and discuss the keynote presentation delivered by African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela at African People's Solidarity Day on Saturday, October 16, 2007, in St. Petersburg, Florida.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-10-14 We'll broadcast excerpts from speeches and workshops presented on Saturday, October 13, 2007, at African People's Solidarity Day in Oakland, California.
Crisis of U.S. Economy; Parasitic Capitalism Exposed
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2007-09-23 Harris Daniels interviews Penny Hess on the current crisis of the U.S. economy and its basis in parastic capitalism.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-09-16 The African People's Solidarity Committee presents discussions on the role and responsibilities of white people in solidarity with the African liberation movement.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-09-09 Harris Daniels will discuss the African People's Solidarity Day campaign.
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2007-09-02 A discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in support of the African liberation struggle.
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2007-08-26 Bill Canada presents a program on Uhuru Foods, a reparations institution of the African People's Solidarity Committee.
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2007-08-19 Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee will talk live with Alison Hoehne, National Coordinator of this year's African People's Solidarity Day (APSD) and presents excerpts from speeches by Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Penny Hess from the APSD 2006 events in Philadelphia.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-08-12 Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee will talk with organizers of the upcoming African People's Solidarity Day.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-08-05 Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee will present his interview conducted with Hans Faessler, Swiss author, activist, and member of the Swiss Socialist Party. Faessler's book "Travels in Black-White: Swiss Scenes in the Slave Trade", exposes the little-known involvement of so-called "neutral" Switzerland in the slave trade. A former member of the Swiss Parliament, Fassler talks with Daniels about the African reparations movement in Europe.
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2007-07-22 Harris Daniels will talk live with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess in Philadelphia about the current "Truth About Darfur" speaking tour of African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-07-15 We present African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess' contribution to a workshop on "White Solidarity with African Liberation", which took place on July 14, 1998, during an Uhuru Movement Study Intensive in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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2007-07-08 Discussion with Gaida Kambon, National Secretary of the African People's Socialist Party, on "charity".
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2007-07-01 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-06-24 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-06-17 African People's Socialist Party leader Bakari Olatunji interviews Oakland's Uhuru Furniture store coordinator Joel Hamburger about the current attempt to bring vigilante "anti-crime" Guardian Angels into Oakland, California.
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2007-06-10 Excerpts from a recent speech by Chairman Omali Yeshitela about Africa, followed by a discussion facilitated by Harris Daniels of the African People's Solidarity Committee.
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2007-06-03 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-05-27 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-05-13 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-05-06 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-04-29 Presentations by African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess and African People's Socialist Party organizer Diop Olugbala on the campaign to boycott all diamonds.
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2007-04-22 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-04-15 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-04-08 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-04-01 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
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2007-03-25 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
Police Counterinsurgency in Boston, Massachusetts
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2007-03-18 3nd program in a 2-month series on the counterinsurgency war waged against the African movement and community - both historically and currently. This week, the program will be hosted from Boston, Massachusetts and includes an interview conducted by African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Harris Daniels with a member of the New Black Panther Party on anti-black police violence in Boston.
Police Counterinsurgency in Oakland, California
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2007-03-11 2nd program in a 2-month series on the counterinsurgency war waged against the African movement and community - both historically and currently. This week, the program will be hosted from Oakland, California, the birthplace of the Black Panther Party. African People's Solidarity Committee organizer Bill Canada interviews African People's Socialist Party leader Bakari Olatunji on the U.S. war on the Panthers, including the recent arrest of 8 Africans on 30-year-old charges.
Returning the Resources of Africa to African People
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2007-02-25 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess is joined by Maureen Wagener, coordinator of the African Liberation Solidarity Campaign to talk about how white people can pay reparations and support the work of the African People's Socialist Party.
Day of Action Against the Diamond Trade
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2007-02-18 African People's Solidarity Committee members Rob Notowitz, Ruby Gittlesohn and Harris Daniels discuss the February 5th, 2007 Day of Action in NYC against the genocidal diamond trade. Gittlesohn and Daniels share their experiences as video journalists inside of the Rappaport Diamond Conference. The program also includes a portion of African People's Socialist Party organizer Diop Olugbala's presentation from the evening program at the Church of the Village on the return of African resources to African people.
Carla Harris and Penny Hess on Reparations to African People
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2007-02-11 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess talks with International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement organizer and Philadelphia radio talk show host, Minister Carla Harris, about her work and views on the struggle for African reparations. This program includes a portion of Chairwoman Hess' presentation from Sunday, February 5, 2007 in New York City at the Church of the Village on the return of African resources to African people.
Boycott All Diamonds!
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2007-02-04 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess discusses her research into the genocidal impact of the diamond trade on African and Indigenous peoples and talks about a planned protest and street theater at the Rapaport International Diamond Conference in NYC.
Solidarity with the NYC Sean Bell Justice Tribunal
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2007-01-28 The program begins with African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess's testimony at yesterday's Sean Bell Justice Tribunal in New York City, followed by Hess sharing her impressions of the Tribunal.
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2007-01-21 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2007-01-14 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
APSC 2007 Conference, Day One
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2007-01-07 Keynote speech delivered by African People's Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela on January 6, 2007 at the national conference of the African People's Solidarity Committee.
African People's Solidarity Committee
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2006-12-31 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African revolution.
Update
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2006-11-26 Update
African Peoples Solidarity Day and Blood Diamonds
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2006-10-29 Chairwoman Penny Hess and Matthew Willis summarize the first ever APSD event in Boston MA followed by the Chairwomans presentation on Blood Diamonds
Boycott the Genocidal Diamond Trade
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2006-10-22 African People's Socialist Party leader Gaida Kambon discusses the recent London conference to Build the African Socialist International. Followed by brief reports from Boston, San Francisco and Philadelphia on protests against the diamond industry held yesterday, October 21, 2006.
Penny Hess interviews Sbusiso Xaba
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2006-10-15 Sbusiso Xaba is the dynamic President of the Pan-Africanist Youth Congress of Azania (PAYCO). PAYCO mobilizes the youth of Azania (South Africa) to end the colonial legacy of illiteracy, poverty, disease and exploitation, and to build self-determination and self-reliance on the African continent. As a student leader he organized youth struggles against African land evictions.
updating
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2006-10-01 updating
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2006-09-24 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee Program
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2006-09-10 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee Program
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2006-09-03 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee Program
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2006-08-27 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee Program
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2006-08-20 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
Interview with Chairman Omali Yeshitela
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2006-08-13 African People's Solidarity Committee Chairwoman Penny Hess interview Chairman Omali Yeshitela on the founding of APSC and its strategic and political significance for the African revolution.
African People's Solidarity Committee Program
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2006-08-06 Discussion on the role and responsibility of white people in solidarity with the African Revolution.
2006-05-28-sd-reparations
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2006-05-28 what is this?

Uhuru Call to Action

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