Emanations: New Radio Show Speaks Truth To Power
I hope that you will choose to join me in a journey througha myriad of important local, national, international, cultural and historical issues.I will interview guests who are experts in their field and who are directlyinvolved in struggles to better humankind.
Dear Friend and Comrade,
The transformation of WBAI continues apace following thetakeover of 2009.
The acceptance of corporate funding; the delivery of more than $60,000 over a six month period going into the already inflated coffers
of Gary Null; the elimination of respected community voices; the decimation ofWakeup Call; the replacement of authentic community based producers withprimarily white males from throughout the European Diaspora; the crushing ofthe staff union; the distribution of Steve Brown's professionally packaged lies and distortions about present conditions at WBAI; the continued use of a gag rule to stifle all dissent keepingthe listeners in the dark and the cover-up of the severe financial problemsconfronting WBAI and the Pacifica Foundation are but a fraction of the issuesthat are going unmentioned and unresolved in this post-coup period.
While I amfirmly in support of and continue to be active in attempts to gather anddisseminate information about the unspoken negative effects of the takeover ofWBAI I have an announcement that you might find interesting.
On WednesdayMay 18th from 5pm-6pm I will begin hosting a weekly program on WVIP 93.5FM. The name of the program is“EMANATIONS”. Although EMANATIONSfirst aired on WBAI in 1982-1993, Wednesday May 18, 2011 will be my maidenvoyage on WVIP 93.5FM. I hope that you will choose to join me in a journey througha myriad of important local, national, international, cultural and historical issues.I will interview guests who are experts in their field and who are directlyinvolved in struggles to better humankind.
On WednesdayMay 18th, we will take a close look at what is actually happening inLibya as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), led by the UnitedStates, has decided that Gaddafi must die. We will look at the United Statespolicy of regime change and how that impacts on the resources and the leadership on the African continent.
My first guest will be Troy Nkrumah.Mr. Nkrumah is a Pan-Africanist with a long history of social justice andanti-imperialist activism. He has traveled extensively throughout Africaand Latin America. He was in Libya at the end of 2009 as part of adelegation lead by former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney. Troy has
tudied, taught and written about Africa and its anti-colonial struggle. Healso has a Law Degree and has worked in Tanzania for the United Nations at theRwanda Genocide Tribunal. And of course there will be time allotted for you toparticipate in the conversation.
So join me on Wednesday May 18th at 5pmfor the reincarnation of EMANATIONS onWVIP 93.5 fm.
Make sure you tell afriend. Until next time: Stay Strong and Pay Close Attention!
"Speaking Truth To Empower."
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