Africa Now March 19, 2014 Black Internationalism in the 21st Century

Topic: The Black Left in the 21st Century—Black Internationalism in the 21st Century.  Highlights of analyses by Black intellectuals and organizers from Generation X (born early 60s-early 80s and early 80s-2000) on the current state and future direction of the Black Left in the United States.  This is taken from the second installment of the series "Black Left in the 21st Century" at Sankofa Video, Books & Cafe.  The second discussion was entitled "Black Left in the 21st Century: Africans at Home and Abroad: Black Internationalism in the 21st Century" on February 23, 2014.

Guests: Mr. Aljahi Conteh,  Doctoral Student in the History Department at Howard University; Ms. Evelyn Johnson-Arthur, Activist, Co-Founder of Pamoja in Austria, lecturer, she is at Howard University Political Science Department; Ms. Yejide Orunmila, African People’s Socialist Party; and Dr. James Pope, teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University in African American Studies Department and is Executive Producer of Africa Now!   The moderator was Mr. Benjamin J. Woods, Howard University Doctoral Student (Political Science), and community organizer/activist and key organizer of the discussion. 

Originally broadcast on WPFW 89.3FM, Washington, DC.  Tune into Africa Now! live on WPFW 89.3 FM in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area or visit  www.wpfwfm.orgon Wednesdays from 1:00 to 2:00PM (Eastern).  Show below and below that is the full discussion "Black Left in the 21st Century: Africans at Home and Abroad: Black Internationalism in the 21st Century" on February 23, 2014 at Sankofa Video, Books & Cafe, Washington, DC.