Topic and Guest: Terrorism, White Supremacy, and Violence on African Peoples: An International Perspective. The killing of Rev. & State Senator Clementa Pinckney, Rev. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Cynthia Hurd, Susie Jackson, Ethel Lance, Depayne Middleton Doctor, Tywanza Sanders, Rev. Daniel Simmons, and Myra Thompson on June 17 in Charleston South Carolina’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church is a continuation of endless acts of terrorism against African peoples in the U.S. in particular and in the world in general. The acts of violence on African Peoples take on many forms from the attacks against African churches in the U.S. to the attacks against workers in Marikana, South Africa. Joining Africa Now! to discuss the topic today Terrorism, White Supremacy, and Violence on African Peoples: An International Perspective is Professor Darryl Harris of the Political Science Department at Howard University.
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