African People’s Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela is the guest on this second episode of Black Power 96 Radio’s new weekly radio program covering the coronavirus pandemic from the perspective of the African working class worldwide.
Over the past five decades, Chairman Omali has initiated campaigns to defend the democratic rights of the African community, to organize and raise up African women, to mobilize opposition to U.S. wars and to popularize the demand for reparations to African people.
He’s built the worldwide Uhuru Movement and the African Socialist International with branches in the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean and on the continent of Africa.
In this episode of The People’s War radio show, Chairman Omali explains the roots of the alarming rates of African deaths from COVID-19, exposes the corporate agenda for profiting from the virus and describes the work of Project Black Ankh in providing African-controlled emergency relief services.
Hosted by Ticharwa Masimba and Matop Nyungu, The People’s War radio show features guests covering all aspects of the current crisis—providing health and medical tips and resources, economic survival information, analysis of the political and international impact, how to prepare for the future and organize for community self-reliance and self-help.
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