The Politics of African-centered and Socialist Approaches to Liberation

June 5, 2015 Jared Ball 0 Comments

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The iMiXWHATiLiKE! crew was joined this week by Ka’ba Akintunde, Nana Boakye, Akua Oparabea, Nana Ama Nyamekye and Dr. Tony Monteiro for discussions of African-centered and Scientific Socialist pathways to liberation.  We also world premiered new music from Son of Nun and had another generally good time making a small attempt at solving the world’s problems.

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