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Fourth World Radyo: Political Prisoner #Mumia abu-Jamal: Medical Crisis Update 02.04.2015 | APNS Public Radyo

Summary: The APNSPR 60-Plus second Indigenist News Report — Listen / Download: 00:01:34 128Kbps mp3 — (1MB) Stereo via Fourth World Radyo: Political Prisoner #Mumia abu-Jamal: Medical Crisis Update 02.04.2015 | APNS Public Radyo. Advertisements

4th World Radyo: Election 2014: Eurosettler Desperation At The Ballot Box 11.09.2014 | APNS Public Radyo

Summary:  TheAngryindian presents an Afro-Indigenist analysis of the US mid-term elections and attempts to deconstruct the obviously racialist aspects of the reactionary handful of settlers who actually voted and the open-book corruption that allowed more than 40,000 minority citizens to be cheated out of their Constitutional right to vote at all. All this and more […]

Fourth World Radyo: Deconstructing Popular Activism and Absolutism Within the New Left : 04.03.2014

Summary: Strong Language and Subject Matter Advisory — TheAngryindian presents his analysis of the #CancelColbert Internet scandal and the unintended consequences of Left-Wing political fallout as the original anti-Redskins mascot debate became instead centredaround US activist Suey Park and the newfangled zealotry of Obama-era progressive activism. American African clinical psychologist, Dr. Na’im Akbar, speaks on […]

4th World Radyo: Colonial Sociopolitics and Gender Democracy 09.12.2013 | APNS Public Radyo

Summary : TheAngryindian offers a personal stream of opinion on the issue of gender marginalisation and the intentional misuse of women and female eroticism in modern, martial-culture dominated capitalist mainstream media. This dispatch also presents the thoughts of Sexologist Dr. Gail Dames on the pornography industry and its exploitation of misogynist gender abuse and a […]

Red Seas: Ferdinand Smith and Radical Black Sailors in the United States and Jamaica.

Gerald Horne. Red Seas: Ferdinand Smith and Radical Black Sailors in the United States and Jamaica. New York: New York University Press, 2005. xv + 359 pp. $45.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8147-3668-5. Reviewed by Peter Cole (Department of History, Western Illinois University) Published on H-Caribbean (June, 2007) — Red Seas explores numerous important topics involving the […]

4th World Radyo: The Politics of Perception 08.22.2013 | APNS Public Radyo

Strong Language Warning – Summary: TheAngryindian looks the surrounding dynamics of the Chelsea Manning verdict and asks if the general public is actually considering the covert ‘Divide and Conquer’ social and political aspects of the modern and vacant intellectual norm. Listen/Download:  01:08:35  128Kbps mp3 (41MB) Stereo via 4th World Radyo: The Politics of Perception 08.22.2013 | […]