Every 36 Hours is a hip hop/spoken word project of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) and Nu Afrika Entertainment to support and promote the “No More Trayvon Martins Campaign: Demanding a National Plan of Action for Racial Justice and Self-Determination” … More Every 36 Hours – the CD
Meron Wondwosen of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement joined the Super Funky Soul Power Hour to discuss Afrikan liberation, organizing in the Obama era and the politics of gender and sexuality. CLICK HERE TO HEAR THE SHOW!
A law prohibiting the storing of information- data-banking- of those stopped and frisked but not charged was recently signed in New York. The NYPD immediately issued an internal memo – leaked to the public- that suggested officers store the data on paper instead so as to work around the new law. Community organizers are not … More Against and Beyond Police Brutality
This show airs Fridays at 7pm (CST) featuring Kamau, Mikea and Akil. http://radio.securenetsystems.net/radio_player_large.cfm?stationCallSign=wmpr
On October 25th, 2009, the New York chapter hosted a monthly Unity Brunch community forum on the Prison Pipeline and Youth Incarceration. Speakers Included: Tanisha Douglas- Worked with Children’s Defense Fund as well as on the Cradle to Prison Pipeline Campaign. Omawale Adewale- Executive Director of Grassroots Artists MovEment (G.A.M.E.). Has developed Alternatives To Incarceration … More Unity Brunch: Prison Pipeline
A longtime community organizer, Kali Akuno is executive director of the People’s Hurricane Relief Fund and Oversight Coalition and director of the Stop the Demolition Coalition. He is calling for action opposing HUD’s plans to tear down four major public housing developments in New Orleans. Akuno previously worked with the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and founded and directed the Oakland, CA-based School of Social Justice and Community Development. … More Tavis Smiley with Kali Akuno