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Peter Alegi, Kiki Edozie, and Gerald Horne

Peter Alegi, Kiki Edozie, and Gerald Horne

January 23, 2013 00:34:00

Guests: Horne, Gerald

Host: Alegi, Peter
Limb, Peter

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Episode 070

The International Politics of Black Liberation

Historian Gerald Horne (U. of Houston) on how labor struggles in Hawaii and black self-assertion in Kenya influenced a young Barack Obama; the legacy of African-American involvement in African political struggles; the confluence of African-American Studies and African Studies; and W.E.B. DuBois as a template for unity among people of African descent. With guest co-host Kiki Edozie.

 

00:00:00 - 00:01:30 Introduction
00:01:30 - 00:04:53 Journey to African Studies
00:04:53 - 00:11:53 Horne and Understanding Obama
00:11:54 - 00:17:45 Legacy of African American Struggles in African Liberation
00:17:45 - 00:23:12 Movement of African and African American Studies
00:23:12 - 00:26:25 African Americans and International Interaction
00:26:25 - 00:29:27 W.E.B. Du Bois and Re-Visioning U.S. History
00:29:27 - 00:34:00 Outro