The first segment of the show will feature Part Two of Ann Garrison’s conversation with Bruce A. Dixon and KPFA/Hard Knock Radio’s Dave ‘Davey D’ Cook on race and class in Obama’s America. Racial injustice is still writ large, but Black faces in high places have put us past the point where we can recognize allies by the color of their skin.
While in the second segment, we will continue our discussion on “imperial adventures” in Africa, focusing on radical Islamic and Arab expansionism in Africa, trans Saharan terror networks and its historical predecessor “Trans Sahara Slavery”. Cherif Keita, professor of literature at Carlton College, Africa music expert Akenataa Hammagaadji join Wuyi Jacobs to explore the connections between religion, religious violence and tolerance in Mali and in the Mande Empire through the works of African writers: Yambo Ouologuem, Ahmadou Hampaté Ba and Massa Makan Diabaté.
Today, Saturday Jan 26, 2013 on WBAI 99.5 FM NYC. From 4:00 to 5:00 PM EST, streaming live @ www.WBAI.Org.
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