America killed Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson was an incredibly talented African man whose life, like many African people, was cut entirely too short. His talent grew out of the African community, and his torment came from an ideological assault waged against the African community by America that tells African people every day that one’s success is dependant on how white-like he or she is.

Michael Jackson, who influenced nearly all performers who came after him, died at the age of 50 on Thursday, June 25, 2009, and even after his death the imperialist media attacks him and his family as it does the African community in general.

Join Uhuru Radio on Monday, June 29 at 4:00pm US EST for a special program remembering Michael Jackson and examining the life and struggles of this incredibly talented African man! This special program will be hosted by longtime radio host and African music historian Norman Otis Richmond. Call in and make your comments and questions about musical giant Michael Jackson!

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