Host Walter Turner interviews with Mauli Dake, Ghana National Coalition Against Water Privatization, and later Herb Boyd on Human Rights activist James Foreman.
7:00 PM Pacific Time: Mondays
Barbara Ransby will be discussing her book on the life of Ella Baker, civil rights leader, founder of SNCC. Hosted by Walter Turner
Walter Turner interviews Gerald Horne, author of African Americans and the Mexican Revolution 1910-1920.
Interview with Gerard Jean Juste on Haiti, and tribute to Ossie Davis.
Interview with Adam Hoschild, Author of King Leopolds Ghost.
Special program commemorating the birthday of Dr Martin Luther King Jr with the airing his speech "Birth of A New Nation" delivered in 1957 at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. Bill Heath guest hosts.
Interview with Saree Mading from the Southern Sudan Resettlement Project. In the 2nd half of program, Walter Turner interviews Al Hassan Salia, Assembly person from Ghana. Bill Heath guest hosts.
An interview with Quaryash Ali Lasana and Samantha Thornhill on spoken word/poetry.
An interview with Lucie Tondreau on Haiti PartII: Travels in Tanzania by Bill Heath and update on recent elections in Africa