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Fourth World Radyo
Speaking with our Sisters Series
Ms. Nah'eela (a.k.a. @PostRacialMyAss) / Mr. Malichi Daniels (a.k.a. @Fanonian)
 Aboriginal Press News Service Public Radio (APNSPR)  Contact Contributor
Nov. 19, 2013, 4:03 p.m.
4th World Radyo Exclusive:

The first part of the show has TheAngryindian saying more about the Renisha McBride case and the not so surprising return of George Zimmerman to the news headlines in another case of abuse. The second part of this dispatch features an open-ended, Afrocentric discussion between TheAngryindian and Twitter activists American African educator Ms. Nah'eela (a.k.a. @PostRacialMyAss) and Franz Fanon political theorist and activist Mr. Malichi Daniels (a.k.a. @Fanonian). The discourse begins with the changing, socio-cultural dynamics taking place within the African Diaspora and expands from there.

Is there an actual dysfunctional relationship between African males and females outside of the colonial paradigm?
Has interracial marriage served to solve racism or has it led to the destruction of the minority family and community/national cohesiveness in the Americas?
Is the ‘Angry Black Woman’ a racist stereotype, or it a symptom of a doubly misogynist society that uses race as a negative factor in gender bias?
And, how do we move forward to advance this discussion?

These questions and more are raised, evaluated and dissected by two qualified African thinkers seeking answers to the pressing issues and concerns facing the Black World today. Don’t miss it.
Recorded in Occupied North America.
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