By Anonymous (not verified), 5 October, 2012
Revolt Radio

This is our pilot show for the Revolt Radio Series, they will be released in a as is and on the fly manner as we can.

In this show I speak with African Charity Founder Sheila Ryan from

Sheila fundraises for the charity and has launched an album called "Moonlight and Roses" of which all proceeds go directly to the charity. The album is available on itunes.

By Anonymous (not verified), 27 June, 2012
Michael Slate

"Amnesty International Sells US War, US Troops Moving In On Africa and Getting Down to BAsics with the People of Sanford, Florida"

Ann Wright, Ret. US Colonel, and former State Dept. official who left the State Dept in opposition to the War on Iraq, calls out Amnesty International's new campaign to paint the War on Afghanistan as a NATO humanitarian effort and the dangers that poses for the world.

Glen Ford, Journalist and executive editor of Black Agenda Report, discusses the role of AFRICOM and the recent escalation in the number of US troops stationed in Africa.

By Anonymous (not verified), 7 April, 2010
Uhuru Solidarity Movement


2nd Annual Earth Day Fest & Flea Market in Clark Park
a Benefit for the African Village Survival Initiative.

WHAT: 2nd Annual Earth Day Fest & Flea Market
WHEN: APRIL 17th 2010, 9am – 5pm
WHERE: Clark Park, Baltimore Ave & 43rd St, West Philadelphia
CONTACT: Harris Daniels, Uhuru Solidarity Movement, 857-233-7508

By Anonymous (not verified), 1 December, 2009
imc-ie dunk

A man came from Africa to Europe looking for help. He has devoted his life to improving the lives of his fellow country men, women and especially children in his native Kenya, in the slums of Kibera, Pastor Nick Macharia is his name and help is coming. Here's his story.

Both recordings made in Genoa, Italia September 2006

1 - Macharia - Kibera slums, Tenderfeet and a vision of hope for Kenya and Africa - 50mins
2 - The Tenderfeet project in Kibera, Kenya - 32 mins

By Anonymous (not verified), 6 October, 2008
Andreas Klamm Journalist - Radio IBS Liberty

40th Anniversary

Michael Heise from Per Aspera fighting for human rights since 40 years

By Andreas Klamm

New York / London / Berlin. The author and artist Michael Heise is fighting for human rights since 40 years. About 40 years ago in 1968 he has founded the human right organization Per Aspera in the city of Giessen in Germany. He is a member of Amnesty international and the American Civil Liberty Union (ACLU) and other famous organizations throughout the world.