WBAI’s Black Star News Tuesday Show Explores AfricaRise Concert, Uganda Election

“Black Star News Show” on WBAI 99.5 FM New York Radio
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Photo: Milton Allimadi

Comrades, Sisters & Brothers please tune in to “Black Star News Show” on WBAI 99.5 FM New York Radio today Jan. 5, 2020 @ 3PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time when Host Milton Allimadi will discuss the upcoming AfricaRise virtual music concert and the January 14th Uganda Elections.

Listen to today's show here.

First Half Hour Guest:

In the first half hour Allimadi will speak with: Gordon Tapper, President United Africa Congress, and Dr. Stephanie Evans, of Harlem Hospital.

They will discuss AfricaRise2020 a virtual music concert on Jan. 16 to raise funds to buy mobile clinics to serve rural areas in Africa. The concert is hosted by Doug E. Fresh and musical performers include Master KG of “Jerusalema” fame, Julian Marley, and many others.

See www.africarise2020.com

Second Half Hour Guest:

In the second half hour, Allimadi will speak with guest Herman Ainebyona, Lead Diaspora Coordinator of National Unity Platform (NUP) the party of presidential candidate Bobi Wine in the upcoming Jan. 14, 2021 elections—Bobi Wine faces Gen. Yoweri Museveni, the U.S.-backed dictator of 35 year.

Listen to today's show here.

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