Regardless of “kum-ba-ya” accounts that media commentators get paid millions to peddle, this country was forged into a “puritanical superpower” by WASP men who thought and acted in the very despotic and swashbuckling “American ways” that Trump now loosely babbles and brags openly . . .
In the conclusion of our series with Dr. Julian Kunnie about his book, The Cost of Globalization: Dangers to the Earth and Its People, we talk about the effects globalization has on climate change, ecosystems, why capitalist solutions to the former are a joke, and much more.
Under the pseudonym Eza Boto, Mongo Beti wrote Cruel City in 1954 before he came to the world’s attention with the publication of The Poor …
A novel of considerable power and complexity from the pen of one of Cameroon’s greatest modern writers, Mongo Beti, The Poor Christ of Bomba is …
In The Ebola Outbreak in West Africa, award-wining Sierra Leonean journalist, political activist and human rights advocate Chernoh Alpha M. Bah presents an in-depth investigation …
We had the opportunity to dialogue with the Directors of the Southern California Library, Michele Welsing and Yusef Omowale. SCL is a community library and archive located in South Los Angeles.
September 12, 2015 is the 38th anniversary of the assassination of Steve Biko, and Dr. Julian Kunnie reminds us that Biko’s work is still yet to be done in spite of the mendacious narrative that liberation has come to South Africa/Azania.
In this discussion we discuss the structural conditions Africans from Brazil and the United States live under and the character of the various struggles happening in these African Diaspora communities.
EP.011: Lights, Camera, Action with Donnie Mossberg:
An In Depth Dialogue with a Grassroots Media Producer
Part 1 of 2
On this episode we interview Donnie Mossberg! Donnie is a musician, technician, videographer, and a member and organizer of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party.
This is part 2 of our discussion with Julian Kunnie about his book Is Apartheid Really Dead?: Pan-Africanist Working-Class Cultural Critical Perspectives.