Today at 11am EST on “African Live”: Review of “Django Unchained”; The truth about the war in Mali and Northwest Africa

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Today (Sunday, January 27th, 2013) at 11AM EST Eastern time on UhuruRadio.com, tune in to “African Live.” Join in a live discussion with African Socialist International (ASI) Chairman Omali Yeshitela and Omowale Kefing, editor of The Burning Spear Newspaper about the movie “Django Unchained”. In the second hour tune in for a pre-recorded discussion with ASI Chairman Omali Yeshitela and ASI Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa, in London, England on the truth about the the war in Mali and Northwest Africa.

Read Chairman Omali Yeshitela’s critical review of Django here: http://uhurunews.com/story?resource_name=killing-whitey-while-protecting-white-power-a-review-of-django-unchained

Later,  at 1PM Eastern time on UhuruRadio.com, tune in to “Reparations in Action,” the official program of the African People’s Solidarity Committee! Replay  –  Gun Control? Hands off the African community; Baby Dillen is Free! 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 Black is Back Healthcare Committee, will also be interviewed, explaining why Africans must have control over their healthcare.

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