APNS Public Radyo

Indigenist Talk Media for Intelligent Aboriginals

Month: September, 2013

Fourth World Radyo: African Genocide and Fanonian Dialectics (09.22.2013)

Summary: TheAngryindian looks at the obvious anti-African aspects of the modern North American experience and the communal reluctance to accept the reality that Black People are not welcome in the Europocentric paradigm. Also: 4th World Radyo speaks with Afrocentric writer; poet; illustrator; street activist and Franz Fanon political-lit specialist Malichi Daniels about the current state of the African Diaspora and the question of physical as well as cultural sustainability. The dialogue concerning colonialism, xenophobia and self-defeating cultural implosion is particularly deep, leading into many stimulating and illuminating African subjects and ideological areas generally not openly aired on a public forum. If you have never had a chance to encounter independent Afro-centred political theory explained in clear, practical terms before, here is your chance. Cop this.

Listen/Download: 02:24:30 128Kbps mp3 — (95MB) Stereo

 

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4th World Radyo: Colonial Sociopolitics and Gender Democracy (09.12.2013)

Advisory : (This dispatch contains commentary and analytical data concerning misogyny and adult language.)

 

Summary : TheAngryindian offers a personal stream of opinion on the issue of gender marginalisation and the intentional misuse of women and female eroticism in modern, martial-culture dominated capitalist mainstream media. This dispatch also presents the thoughts of Sexologist Dr. Gail Dames on the pornography industry and its exploitation of misogynist gender abuse and a notable riff on the hypocrisy of Hip-Hop corporate culture from Payroll the Entertainer and Bridget Gray.

Listen / Download : 01:52:00 128Kbps mp3 — (74MB) Stereo

4th World Radyo: European Atheism and Latent Intellectual Imperialism (09.04.2013)

Summary : TheAngryindian takes a Five-Percent look at the public discourse surrounding accusations of Islamophobia, xenophobia and white privilege against UK atheism activists Prof. Richard Dawkins and freethinker/social gadfly Stephen Fry and whether or not such charges actually make any sense. Religion, spirituality and its sociopolitical dynamics are discussed including a talk by Uhuru Movement leader, Chairman Omali Yeshitela explaining the literal Biblical roots of Liberation Theology.
Listen / Download : 02:45:36 128Kbps mp3 — (109MB) Stereo

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