This week moving from moment to moment, emotion to emotion, overcoming each trigger. Lets see what was up through this weeks Journals.
Week begins with Radio Saturdays.
(Includes Saturday Morning Live/The Vibe Collective)
Tune in today for today’s shows.
Pan-African and Internationist News Magazine.
Mumia Abu-Jamal, Norman Otis Richmond, aka Jalali,Carolann Wright Parks, Dr. Rocky Jones,Dr.Gerald Horne , Malinda Francis a.k.a docuvixen, Pan-African and Internationalist analysis of world events.
Saturday Morning Live (Nov.5 2011)
www.ckln.fm streaming 10am-1pm
10am Mumia Abu-Jamal Who? Jose Carlos
10:15am Carolann Wright-Park, Ujaama Organization , Halifax, Nova Scotia
10:30am Malinda Francis docuvixen a docuvixen film
Keisha Monique’s book (Because We Were Born)
and Ian Kamau CD (One Day Soon)
CD release Launch/ Book launch November 11th..
11am Amandla GRILA (Group for Research and Initiative for the Liberation of Africa
11: 30 Horne Report with Dr.Gerald Horne, is the author of
Fighting in Paradise: Labor Unions, Racism, and Communists in the Making of Modern Hawaii
12pm Interview with Abdul Alkaimat author of the African American Experience in Cyberspace.
The Vibe Collective
Today’s Show: speaking to filmmakers Dawn Wilkinson, and Matthew Hogue and Cara from R3 talking about work in Mumbai.
The Vibe Collective Saturdays from 3pm to 5pm LIVE on CIUT 89.5FM www.ciut.fm
Bringing good people and good music together. Vibing about important *issues, *music, *news *(the kind you don’t hear in most other places!)
With Jams, Malinda “Docuvixen” Francis, Adnan Hussain and Deejay Corey Dawkins
Journals of a Docuvixen does not come in any sequential order.