“Reparations in Action” interviews Luwezi Kinshasa, followed by “African Resistance Now” featuring Chairman Omali Yeshiela

Today, 2/17/2013, at 1pm Eastern on “Reparations In Action,” the official program of the African People’s Solidarity Committee on UhuruRadio.com:

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.

Then, at 4pm on indpum.org, “African Resistance Now,” the official program of the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement:

The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement is broadcasting a special series of “African Resistance Now” every Sunday at 4pm Eastern on the road to the InPDUM International Convention, “One Africa! One Nation! Build Revolutionary Organization to Protect and Defend Our Own!”

551407_10152562867350615_659703614_nHosted by President Diop Olugbala, this special pre-convention ARN series will continue this Sunday, February 17, 4pm BROADCASTING LIVE from the Uhuru House, 1245 18th Ave S., St. Petersburg, FL. Attend in person or online!

THIS WEEK’S TOPIC: “Christopher Dorner We Got Your Back!”

Chris Dorner is not a revolutionary. He is a former cop and a U.S. patriot. Despite this he has taken the strongest stance of resistance that anyone has taken against the LAPD since the Rodney King rebellions.

The enemy is not JUST the LAPD! The enemy is the U.S. imperialist state – from the police to the courts to the prisons and the U.S. military that occupies colonized nations around the world! Even if Dorner took out every member of the LAPD African people would still be catching hell. INPDUM supports Dorner because he resisted colonialism and imperialism. African people must get organized to defeat colonialism through organized resistance!

Chairman Omali Yeshitela and InPDUM President Diop Olugbala will also be giving the analysis of what the Dorner case means to the African community.

This episode of ARN is being held in anticipation of InPDUM’s upcoming International Convention, the theme of which is “One Africa, One Nation!”. The convention will happen on March 23-24. At the convention INPDUM will address issues such as the war on the African community and the right of African people to defend themselves and resist colonial violence, and much more! Click here for details and to REGISTER NOW!

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