Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

Progressive Radio Network

Hosts Glen Ford and Nellie Bailey, veterans of the Freedom Movement’s many permutations and skilled communicators, host a weekly magazine designed to both inform and critique the global movement.

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Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Margaret Kimberley, along with my co-host Glen Ford. Coming up: The President of South Africa maintains that the recent riots that followed the arrest former president Jacob Zuma were actually part of an insurrection against the state. And, some things seldom change when the two parties switch places in the United States. President Joe Biden is just as hostile to China and Cuba as Donald Trump was. But first -- Broward County College in south Florida recently hosted a discussion about the turmoil in Haiti, where the president was assassinated by a mercenary force from Colombia. All the participants in the Browder College talk were Haitian Americans – among them, professor Reginald Darbonne and author and activist Pascal Robert, who emphasizes that class is an important part of Haiti’s historical dynamic.

That was author and activist Pascal Robert, speaking at Broward College, in South Florida.

The continuity of US foreign policy, even as the Democrats and Republicans trade places in the White House, is quite amazing. Although Democrats portrayed President Donald Trump as representing everything they opposed, when Joe Biden took control of the Oval Office he left Trump’s moves against China and Cuba intact, virtually unchanged. That subject was explored by Sean Blackmon, of Sputnik Radio, in an interview with Netfa Freeman, of the Black Alliance for Peace.

That was Netfa Freeman, of the Black Alliance for Peace, on Sputnik Radio with Sean Blackmon and  Jacqueline Luqman.

When former South African President Jacob Zuma was arrested on corruption charges, housands of his followers rioted and looted in two African Provinces, last week. President Cyril Ramaphosa claimed the disturbances amounted to an attempted insurrection against the state. To dig deeper into this story, VAV Radio called o Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Detroit-based Pan African News Wire.

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