Friday, August 07, 2009

Wanda's Picks Radio August 7, 2009

Special guests today include: Janeen Africa and Ramona Africa, of the MOVE organization. Janeen's is a part of MOVE 9. We will talk about the case, MOVE and her upcoming parole hearing. The show will start a half hour later as Janeen will call from State Correctional Institution (SCI) Cambridge Springs. We will also speak to Kiilu Nyasha about Black August and her friend, comrade George Jackson. Our final guest is Jean Claude Musore, Banyamulenge, a Tutsi refugee, who will speak about the Banyamalenge Tutsi massacre, 117 killed, 166 wounded in a Burundi refugee camp, August 13, 2004. There is a program this weekend, August 8, 3:30-5:30 at the West Auditorium at Oakland Main Library, 125-14th Street @ Madison. The call in didn't work on the live show, but we will see about scheduling something for a later date.

I look forward to speaking at length to Jean Claude about his people and why they are the target of continued persecution and violence, the fate of other Tutsis. I am interested in the other Tutsi ethnic groups and how the massacre in Rwanda ties into the massacres in Eastern Congo and Burundi.

The latter has to do with the Western European which has grown to include America and other NATO allies like China, countries with sizable economic gains in African countries.


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