6 thoughts on “Zambian, ex slave of US religious businessman, tells his story

  1. Edited by Monica Moorehead
    Marxism, Reparations,& the Black Struggle

    Writings by political activists including Larry Holmes, Monica Moorehead, Pat Chin, Saladin Muhammad, Mumia Abu-Jamal, LeiLani Dowell, Sam Marcy, John Parker, Larry Hales, Imani Henry and Minnie Bruce Pratt.This is an expanded edition of the pamphlet published by World View Forum by the same title. Many of the essays and articles are reprinted from Workers World newspaper.The horrendous Trans-Atlantic slave trade left a legacy of brutal racism and discrimination which can be seen all over the United States today—from the daily instances of police brutality and racial profiling to the government’s callous disregard of poor, mainly African American people, in the wake of the Hurricane Katrina.This remarkable book illuminates much of this often forgotten history and the continuing struggles for justice and against racism, national oppression, and economic, political, and social discrimination. The struggle for reparations is also discussed here within the world context as peoples of Africa and the Caribbean struggle with U.S. economic exploitation and political intervention.

  2. 2009 Waterbird Census in Zambia – The Zambia Ornithological Society (ZOS, BirdLife in Zambia) have completed their Africa Waterfowl Census activities across the country. This year proved to be particularly difficult with the heavy rains making many sites impossible to visit. Nearly 3,000 records were collected – including sightings of White-backed Duck Thalassornis leuconotus, Blacksmith Lapwing Vanellus armatus and Ruff Philomachus pugnax. To read more about the ZOS survey, and lots more news from the BirdLife International Africa Partnership, please click to download the 19th Ebulletin (PDF 324 KB).


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