Nikki Haley Protested At University of Houston, Accused Of Complicity In Israeli Palestinian Genocide

On 22 May 2018, US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley was protested at University of Houston, by students opposing her support for Israel’s massacre of unarmed protesters in Continue Reading →

Race Treaty: International Decade of People of African Descent Human Rights Report with Onaje Muid

“Race Treaty” radio program highlights the various and daily violations of International Law as it relates to Racism & Human Rights. This will include a focus on “White Supremacy” as Continue Reading →

Video: The Abolition Movement to End Slavery in Mauritania

Slavery in Mauritania was abolished 4 times but still continues Visit for more stories and help support our work by donating at Join Us In Black Talk Radio’s Continue Reading →

Race Treaty: African Descendants Status Change In USA Proposed w/ Dr. Mustafa Ansari

Our guest tonight joining us on Race Treaty hosted tonight by Bro. Onaje Muid is Dr. Mustafa Ansari, Dean of Students at American Institute of Human Rights, Political Author, Former Continue Reading →

Video: Bush and the Murder of JFK

Thomas and Betsy explain the last 100 years of U.S. criminal history in less than 60 minutes, connecting the dots between all the following: John F. Kennedy, Allen Dulles, George Continue Reading →

Race Treaty: The People Have Decided: Jackson, Mississippi and the grassroots electoral victory

Chokwe Antar Lumumba has won the mayoral race by a whopping 93% majority, with a higher voter turnout than the primary, which defied all political predictions. In this show, members Continue Reading →

Race Treaty: The Role of Forgiveness is the Black Struggle for Freedom: Part 1

Race Treaty Co-host Onaje Muid with Guest Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter. Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter joins Onaje Muid to start the series on Forgiveness. He will talk about his life journey from Continue Reading →

Race Treaty: Honoring Muhammad Ali: A Tribute Journey by Queen Samiyah Mu’El to the United Nations

Queen Samiyah Mu’El, of Philadelphia, PA, USA gives an account of who she is, her journey in the religious of Al-Islam, as a fighter for divine and human rights, and Continue Reading →

Race Treaty: Assessing the Black Human Rights Movement III

The U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention held a 13-day visit to the United States for the purpose to examine instances and conditions of arbitrary detention across the country. During Continue Reading →