Black Star News Show: Tribute To Archbishop Desmond Tutu (1931-2021)

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“Black Star News Show” on WBAI 99.5 FM New York Radio and www.wbai.org

Sisters and Brothers, Tune in Tuesday Dec. 28 @ 3PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time as Host Milton Allimadi and Black Star News Managing Editor Colin Benjamin discuss the life and times and legacy of Archbishop Desmond Tutu the anti-apartheid warrior who died on Dec. 26 at age 90.

Update: Listen to today's show.

We will also mention some of this year’s major stories. Listeners can call in via (212) 209-2877 to say a few words about Tutu.

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Listen to today's show.

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