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[Podcast] Frantz Fanon and the North Carolina Race Riots

[Podcast] Frantz Fanon and the North Carolina Race Riots

Peace, Family!

The previous week, we saw race riots in North Carolina and Oklahoma after police killed our Brothers Keith Lamont Scott and Terence Crutcher. We discuss both these events, along with a Recommended Scrolls segment from one of our most important Scholar Warriors, Frantz Fanon. We feature H. Rap Brown in our media segment, and you will also hear music from our featured artist of the week, Tay Nov!

Our main segment features a candidate for our co-hosting chair, Frankie Reigns. Its time to bring a Queen to the mic!

In This Show You Will Discover…

  • Our ancestor Frantz Fanon and his contribution to the Pan-African Liberation Struggle
  • The 5 Values that United Black America was built on
  • What happened to Marcus Garvey when he tried to purchase land in Liberia to establish a Pan-African state
  • The first thing we can do to create a peoples struggle, according to H. Rap Brown

…and how you can lay the foundation for your own independence and sovereignty!

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One Comment

  1. Mlungisi Mthembu
    added on 6 Oct, 2016
    Reply

    GREAT STAFF aSAD, i LISTEN TO YOUR pODCAST EVERY MORNING. WE HAVE A NEWLY FORMED MOVEMENT DOWN HERE IN sOUTH aFRICa. The pan AFRICAN ALLIANCE HAS LAID THE STANDARD FOR US TO AIM FOR AND WE HAVE ADOPTED SOME OF THE READINGS, IDEOLOGIES AND OTHER STAFF FROM THE paa. at the end of the day our struggle is the same. bigs bro, keep up the good work, we see YOU here in South AFRICA.

    sTAY WOKE

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