Tune in for this second part of a special episode of the Reparations in Action FM radio show and podcast summing up the significance of the rebellions of 1996 that emerged in the wake of the police murder of TyRon Lewis.
Join us for a conversation with Chimurenga Selembao who was at the Uhuru House on November 13th, 1996 when the Battle of St Pete began.
Don’t miss his firsthand account of the police assault on a meeting at the Uhuru House and how the African working class community of St. Petersburg rose up in a heroic rebellion that pushed the colonial police out of the black community and delivered a decisive defeat to colonial capitalism.
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