It’s Wonderful w Dj Spinna

DJ Legends Spinna and RBI joined us for this special It’s Wonderful edition of IMWIL! We talked about the history of the It’s Wonderful parties and tributes to Stevie Wonder and more!


Another Suspicious Death Raises More Concerns About Black Life Behind Bars

Lawrence Grandpre, Director of Research for The Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, discusses the case of Darrell Murray, the incarcerated and slain brother of a fellow activist.

2712070 10/04/2015 Russian servicemen attach a Kh-25 high-precision missile to a Su-24 aircraft at the Khmeimim airbase in Syria. Dmitriy Vinogradov/RIA Novosti

US Ruling Circles Split On Use of Jihadists in Syria

Executive editor and founder of Black Agenda Report, Glen Ford, says that objections to Russia’s bombing of Syria expose policy rifts within the U.S. ruling elite


The Politics of Politics: Grace Lee Boggs Remembered

Rich Feldman of the James & Grace Lee Boggs Center to Nurture Community Leadership and award-winning activist and social justice organizer Tawana Petty discuss Boggs life and legacy –


Hubert Henry Harrison and Black Radicalism in the 20th Century

In this excerpt of IMWIL! Brian Kwoba, founder and organizer of the Oxford Pan-Afrikan Forum(OXPAF), scholar and activist joined us this week to discuss his work on the life and politics of Hubert Henry Harrison.


The Vices in Vice’s Story on Mass Imprisonment with Obama and Holder

Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report says the story by the news magazine Vice on mass incarceration features massive hypocrisies in the policy decisions of Obama and Holder


In Africa the U.N. and its Representatives are “Clients of the Imperial Project”

Analysts and activists Ajamu Baraka of The Institute for Policy Studies and Andile Mngxitama, National Convenor, of Black First Land First discuss the “unfortunate” history and current relationship of the United Nations to African Countries, People and diaspora.


The End of Arctic Drilling: Environmentalist Movement Victory or Shell Game?

Indigenous activist Carl Wassillie and Institute for Policy Studies’s Daphne Wysham say that public pressure spurred Shell’s decision

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