In our final episode of 2020, we talk with African People’s Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela about:
- African community’s fight against the pandemic
- Uprisings against police containment and violence
- Global economic power shifts
- Completing the black revolution of the 1960s
- African political and economic unification and liberation
Chairman Omali Yeshitela is leader and founder of the Uhuru Movement. 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. He’s developed the theory of African Internationalism, which can be found in his published works at burningspearmarketplace.com
The People’s War radio show is produced by WBPU 96.3 FM “Black Power 96” in St. Petersburg, Florida. It is hosted by Dr. Matsemela Odom and Muambi Tangu, bringing an African Internationalist perspective to the important issues of our world.