Tune in to UhuruRadio.com on Sunday, November 8
for a Special Broadcast of the Black is Back! March and Rally
to Stop U.S. Colonial Wars Inside the U.S. and Abroad

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. U.S. Eastern Time, Uhuru Radio will broadcast recorded speeches and cultural performances from the November 7th event, beginning with the Rally in Malcolm X Park through the march to the White House and closing rally at Lafayette Park.
Tune in for presentations (not necessarily in this order) by:

* Nellie Bailey, Harlem Tenants Association
* Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report
* Lawrence Hamm, Peoples Organization for Progress
* Chioma Oruh, African Socialist International, North America
* Omali Yeshitela, African Socialist International Chair
* Curtis Gatewood, NAACP North Carolina
* Efia Nwangaza, Malcolm Center for Self-Determination
* Hodari Abdul Ali, Muslim Alliance in North America
* Penny Hess, African People's Solidarity Committee
* Chimurenga Waller, International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement
* Dr. Aisha Fields, All African People's Development and Empowerment Project
* Pam Africa, Mumia Abu Jamal Coaltion
* Michael McPherson, Exec Dir. Veterans for Peace
* Cindy Sheehan, Gold Star Mother of Casey Sheehan
* Salim Adofo, National Black United Front Vice-Chair. Organizing & Training
* Jared Ball, Voxunion, Free Mix Radio
* Imam Musa, Masjid Al-Islam
* Vicente "Panama" Alba, National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights
* Precise Science
* Africa's Trigger
* Nkemka Anyiwo

The Black is Back! Coalition's leaders and founding members span the spectrum of black political voices, from elected officials, to civil rights veterans, nationalists, socialists, civil libertarians, community activists, political prisoners, journalists, hip hop artists, and radio personalities. In this age of Obama, the newly formed Coalition aims to bring back the tradition of resistance historically associated with Black communities around the world.

The political paralysis now being experienced by anti-war and other progressive movements stems from the lack of a Black-led, anti-imperial movement that would off-set the traps set by Obama’s so-called “post-racial” politics that facilitate the same oppressive militarist agenda well known during the Bush regime. Black is Back is not simply a slogan for the African Diaspora but for all progressive struggles which have historically benefited from Black-led movements.

* Reparations Now! Pass HR 40!
* Single Payer Health Care/Medicare for All!
* Stop Gentrification and Home Mortgage Foreclosures! Bail-out the victims!
* End Mass Black Incarceration! Count Them Home for Census!
* STOP Police violence, Black Community Containment Policy!
* US Out of Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, the Middle East! Hands off Iran!
* Rescind the Patriot Act!
* Free Mumia Abu Jamal, Jamil Al-Amin, all US political prisoners/pows/exiles!

For more information on the event and the Black is Back Coalition, visit Black Is Back Coalition .