Biden v Trump: U.S. Presidential Elections 2020, What Do Africans Have To Say?

Pan African scholar activist
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Pan-African guest, Yoknyam Dabale, a scholar-activist.


Tune in: “Black Star News Show,” on WBAI 99.5 FM New York Radio. Nov. 3, 2020 @ 3PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time. 


Host Milton Allimadi—follow on and @allimadi 


Allimadi interviews three African guests on their views about the U.S. Presidential Election. What impact will the election have on Africans and U.S. relations with the African continent? 


First Guest: Ugandan-born Ben Otunu who works in corporate America.


Second Guest: Ethiopian-born Dr. Mohammed Nurhussein (retired medical doctor).


Third Guest: Nigerian-born Yoknyam Dabale PhD candidate at Fuller's School of Intercultural Studies (SIS). Yoknyam is a Pan-Africanist, an Africana Womanist and member of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians (The Circle). 



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