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    Kevin Alexander Gray, South Carolina Activist and author, Waiting for Lightning to Strike: The Fundamentals of Black Politics, on Michelle Obama’s new portfolio as White House encourager-in-chief for college education.

    Dr. Margaret Flowers, It’s Our Economy, on Obamacare, and the “Progressive” Democrats that support this boondoggle for the insurance industry, pretending it’s a step towards single payer health care.

    Dr. Anthony Monteiro, professor of African American Studies, Temple University, on the false narrative that depicts all of Black history as a kind of prelude to the election of Barack Obama.

    Mumia Abu Jamal, political prisoner and journalist, on the wolves that have gathered to feast on Detroit, confiscating retirees pension funds “like vampires at an old folks home.”

    Yafet Welde, activist with Toronto’s Black Action Defense Committee and plaintiff in one of two class action suits against police racial profiling, on the bigoted underbelly of Canada.

     

    Black Agenda Radio on the Progressive Radio Network is hosted by Glen Ford and Nellie Bailey. A new edition of the program airs every Monday at 11:00am ET on PRN. Length: One hour.

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    Re:  Interview with Dr. Monteiro

    Angela Davis was mentioned during the interview.  These days, Davis is no better than Skip Gates as both are infused with Obama kool-aid.  I've seen/read more than one article and interview where Davis spews socio babble to cheerlead for Obomber.

    Dr. Monteiro talked about students being afraid to voice dissent.  That may be true for some but for far more, the dissent is not there because they are clueless as to what is really going on.  Like their non-college going brethren, they've been reared on mainstream media propaganda and nonexistent political education in schools.  The students at Temple may know alot about Mumia, but it's safe to bet next month's rent that 75% or more of college students don't know who he is or can hold an intelligent conversation on 90% of what is covered by BAR.  Everyone has the latest techno gadgets but few are accessing true indy sources like BAR, Counterpunch, prn.fm, and rt.com.  Even if you tell them about such indy info, a great many will dismiss these sources at the same rate as their less educated brethren.

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