4thWorldRadyo // Normalising Internalised Repression: American Nativism and the Main-Streaming of Extrasensory non-European Self-Rejection
Summary: For your listening pleasure, we present another raw, unscripted and uncensored spoken word dispatch from @TheAngryindian speaking on the psycho-social damage silently incurred by conscious folk of African descent in the United States of White America under the indubitably pro-racialist Donald Trump administration and a bevy of other nefarious subjects that weigh negatively upon Black and Brown life in North America and abroad.
EXTRAS: TheAngryindian recent spoke with Los Angeles, USA-based Afro-American street activist Nolan Hack about his efforts to protest the historically revisionist stage-play: ‘Thomas and Sally’ written by Afro-American playwright Thomas Bradshaw and produced by the Marin Theatre Company (San Francisco, CA); a rare recording of the African Revolutionary classic: ‘White Man’s Heaven is a Black Man’s Hell’ (NOI) and a presentation of socially-conscious PSA’s fill out our independent IRB programme.
All this and much more on, 4WR.
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- Thomas and Sally | Marin Theatre Company
- Thomas Bradshaw’s explosive new play, Thomas and Sally, debuts at MTC – Story Studio
- Playwright Ignites Firestorm Over ‘Thomas and Sally’ Play, with Many Demanding an End to the Production
- Playwright goes deep into Thomas Jefferson-Sally Hemings relationship