Guest Michael Lapsley, Anglican priest who serves as the director of the Institute for the Healing of Memories based in Cape Town, South Africa. In the mid-1970s, he served as the National Chaplain of Anglican Students, and then due to his political and social organizing efforts he was expelled from the country by the apartheid … Continued
7:00 PM Pacific Time: Mondays
A weekly news program providing information and analysis about Africa and the African Diaspora, hosted by Walter Turner.
The Chad-Cameroon Oil Pipeline: Guest Ian Gary, Catholic Relief Services Strategic Advisor for Africa.
Investment in sustainable development in Africa and how the treatment of diseases such as Malaria, TB, and Aids are effected. Guests John Iverson, director of Act Up East Bay, and Joel Rubinstein, of RESULTS. Bill Heath guest hosts.
The Clinton Democracy Fellowship program at City Year seeks to enable Americans to learn from international Fellows working to build democracy in their home countries and to inspire the development of citizen service programs and policies around the globe. On March 12, 2003 the new City Year Clinton Democracy Fellows were selected in South Africa, … Continued
Eritrea and Ethiopia border displute. Are successful negotiations possible? Guest Host Bill Heath.
HIV and AIDS in Ethiopia; Event Announcements; Recent Developements in Nigeria.
An interview with scholar Catherine Newburyon Rwanda and the recent elections.
An interview with Former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and another with Scot Brown, author of Fighting for Us: Maulana Karenga, the Us Organization, and Black Cultural Nationalism.
Speech by Malcolm X: Balad of the Bullet. Also a discussion about reparations for African Americans.