Uhuru Radio Fund Drive! October 10-16, 2009

From October 10-16, 2009, Uhuru Radio is holding it’s annual fundraising drive and calls on all freedom-loving people to contribute to the online voice of the international African revolution!
There are 3 ways supporters can contribute money to Uhuru Radio:

  1. During a live broadcast (see schedule), call area code 727-824-5700 or 727-565-1599 and make your pledge.
  2. OR – Whether you’re listening during a live broadcast or a replay, you can go directly to the subscribe/donate page of uhururadio.com and enter your donation, or send a check to Uhuru Radio at 1245 18th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, Florida 33705.

Uhuru Radio – serving African liberation

According to Uhuru News Director Nyabinga Dzimbahwe, “Uhuru Radio is a critically important weapon in the African liberation struggle! Throughout the African world, African people are facing severe economic and military aggression carried out by the forces that seek to enrich themselves at our expense. African people everywhere are resisting, and struggling for our freedom and the return of our resources. As the African liberation movement builds rapidly throughout Africa and the world, it’s urgent that Uhuru Radio expands its ability to communicate and unite the struggles of African people towards victory and independence in our lifetime.

“The Uhuru Movement recognizes that we are in a war of ideas. This is a war between the dying forces of white power imperialism and the emerging forces of African Socialism for the minds of the masses of poor and oppressed people. Today Imperialism has constructed a media cartel that serves the interest of the white ruling class. This international media apparatus serves to justify the brutal oppression carried out by imperialism every day. Moreover, its objective is to ideologically unite the European nation at the expense of the African nation.

“This imperialist media propaganda machine currently has a monopoly on the distribution of ideas. These ideas are intended to define our reality and shape our worldview. However, it is time for the African working class to speak for ourselves. It is time the world be seen from the perspective of the poor and oppressed masses.

“UhuruRadio.com is Black Power in the 21st Century. It is the vision and voice of the African working-class. Our interest is to tell the truth; showing the world as it is. Our mission is to bring voice to the most oppressed and exploited sectors of the African world.

“Finally, we understand that it is just a matter of time before the revolutionary ideals expressed here becomes a material force that will destroy imperialism and liberate Africa and her children dispersed throughout the world.”

Uhuru Radio expanding throughout the African world

Uhuru Radio is now broadcasting directly from: London, England; Soweto, South Africa; and in the U.S., from St. Petersburg, Florida; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Oakland and Modesto, California with breaking news, interviews, culture and analysis from throughout the world.

Uhuru Radio has presented live talk with dynamic leaders of the Africa struggle including African Socialist International Chairman Omali Yeshitela; Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report; Green Party presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney and vice presidential candidate and hip-hop activist Rosa Clemente; Robert King of the Angola 3, the former Black Panther Party member wrongly convicted, who was recently released after spending 29 years in solidarity confinement in prison in Lousiana; and Pam Africa, of Friends and Family of Mumia Abu Jamal.

Uhuru Radio has recently launched 3 new programs:

  • African Women in Revolution
  • The Role of the Church in Revolution, and
  • Rendez Vous avec Omali Yeshitela, its first French language programming.

Next month, a new FM station will be launched in Sierra Leone, as a part of the Uhuru Radio network, connecting Africans in West Africa with Africans throughout the African world. Uhuru Radio also has plans to provide programming in Spanish and several African languages.

Uhuru Radio relies on listener support

Uhuru Radio is calling for support from the African community and its allies, to keep growing. On the Subscribe/Donate page of UhuruRadio.com, supporters can either make a one-time or monthly contribution.

For a minimum contribution of $10 per month, you will get access to free unlimited downloads of the archived speeches of African People’s Socialist Party Chairman Omali Yeshitela. You can download these dynamic presentations and burn them to disc or sign-up for the podcast and load them onto your mp3 player.

There are more than 100 speeches by the Chairman already available for download and more are added each month. See the show page for Omali Yeshitela Speaks for descriptions of the available presentations.

The archives from the other shows on Uhuru Radio are available for anyone to listen to, but the archives from Omali Yeshitela Speaks are only accessible to subscribers. Subscribe today and support the online voice of the international African revolution!

Uhuru Radio is also seeking larger one-time donations and offering special pledge gifts to those who make larger one-time contributions during this fund drive:

  • For a $50 contribution, you will receive Burning Spear Production’s most popular DVD.
  • For a $100 contribution, you will receive a Planet Uhuru shoulder bag with the image of Che Guevara and a quote from the heroic revolutionary OR a beautiful cotton T-shirt with a picture of Chairman Omali and the quote “Africa is not poor. Africa is being looted. We’re coming for what’s ours!”.
  • For a $250 contribution, you will receive the beautiful full-color 2010 Uhuru Movement Historical Calendar, signed by Chairman Omali Yeshitela.
  • For a $500 contribution, you will receive the signed 2010 Calendar, along with a signed set of Chairman Omali’s books, including Omali Yeshitela Speaks, One Africa: One Nation and Dialectics of Black Revolution
  • For a $1000 contribution, you will receive a lifetime membership in Uhuru Radio, giving you unlimited download access to all of the speeches by Chairman Omali Yeshitela – past and future – that are archived in the password-protected section of Uhuru Radio.com

Donate online now or send a check to the address listed on the Uhuru Radio.com website. Don’t wait. Do it now! And spread the word to your friends and family to tune to Uhuru Radio, the online voice of the International African Revolution!
 

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