Political Prisoners. Guest Robert Boyle, New York lawyer, writer, and activist.
7:00 PM Pacific Time: Mondays
A weekly news program providing information and analysis about Africa and the African Diaspora, hosted by Walter Turner.
Walter interviews Professor Charles Ogletree on his book All Deliberate Speed: Reflections on 50 years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision. Also, a recording of Malcolm X: The Last Message.
An interview with Gerald Lenoir of War Times on his recent travels to Rwanda and South Africa. Also, a speech by Malcolm X to the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.
Marguerite Laurent of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network on contemporary developments in Haiti, and Jarvis Tyner of the Communist Party of the United States on the 2004 elections.
Focus on Haiti: Walter speaks with Brian Concannon, a human rights lawyer who has worked in Haiti since 1994. Brian has recently returned from delegations to Central African Republic and the Caribbean researching contemporary developments in Haiti.
A discussion about conflict in Sudan, with Jemera Rone, counsel and Sudan researcher for Human Rights Watch.
An interview with Patrick Bond, economist on the upcoming South African elections. Walter Turner hosts.
Scott Strauss, co-author Africa’s Stalled Development: International Causes and Cures.
Conflict in Eritrea. Walter speaks with Dan Connell, author of Against All Odds: A Chronicle of the Eritrean Revolution.
The Peace Process in the Congo. Walter interviews Professor Ernest Wamba dia Wamba, Congolese political scientist and Leader of the Congolese Rally For Democracy-Liberation Movement (RCD-ML).