Black Talk Radio News – Breaking the Cuban blockade one mile at a time and Black History God Life Beats

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Today during the first hour we will be joined by Ana Maria Cardenas of the IFCO/Pastors for Peace to discuss the upcoming bus tour to help break the Cuban blockade. Ana Maria Cardenas, program coordinator for IFCO/Pastors for Peace’s “Friendshipment Caravan” and she says the bus tour is to dispel myths and propaganda that has helped to cement the American imposed boycott of Cuba and its people.

“We want to dispel mistruths about Cuba,” Cardenas told Red Dirt Report back in July of 2014.

Since the tour to end the blockade on Cuba, the Obama administration has announced a normalizing of relations with the Island nation and the Cuban 5, former political prisoners   have since returned home.

During the second hour we will be joined by Music Producer Sincere Nokwaree to discuss Black History and his contribution to documenting Black History via music with his production “Beat Tape Lectures Vol.1”.  For a limited time he will be giving away fee digital downloads of his GOD LIFE BEATS Album.

According to his bio,

Sincere Nokwaree government name Shaun Marshall is a Hip Hop & R&B producer, who goal is to empower people through music with a purpose. He has a Criminology major degree from FAMU, a Theology major degree from Covenant Bible Seminary College. He is a husband of 18 yrs and have raised 3 daughters, not to mention a get rich or die trying business entrepreneur.

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