If you are awarded a grammy, you are considered to be the best artist among your peers. The problem is, the Grammys is a white-dominated organization and while it has long "included" non-white people, specifically Black people in the music business, the industry continues to support, promote and reward music that is harmful to black people in general and black women and girls specifically.
[jwplayer mediaid=”5645″] Black People Have A Right To Rebel: Countering the Government’s Pacification Program Inspiring the People to Resistance. The recent rebellion over police terrorism…View More BAF Radio: Black People Have A Right To Rebel
The Mental Health of the Black Community is the topic for tonight. Join us for a discussion about the impact of depression on the mental health…View More BAF Radio: The Mental Health of the Black Community
[jwplayer mediaid=”4310″] Join us for a discussion about the history of the radical black student and youth movement in America, the current state of black…View More BAF Radio: The Black Student and Youth Movement and Its Importance Today
[jwplayer mediaid=”4169″] Listen in on apps from Tunein.com SATURDAY – 8:00PM EST Black and other people of color now fill the prisons and jails of…View More BAF Radio Show: Part One: Building A Radical Mass Movement To Stop Prison Slavery
[jwplayer mediaid=”4097″] The peace police, better known as pacifists, dominate today’s social change movement in the United States. Join us for a discussion about how…View More BAF Radio: The Peace Police and the Sabotage of Militant Black Protest Movements
[jwplayer mediaid=”3844″]More than half a century after historic court rulings and legislation that outlawed school segregation and extended voting and civil rights to black and…View More BAF Radio: America’s new system of racism
[jwplayer mediaid=”3712″]Police officers killed at least twenty-three people in Memphis, Tennessee, between February, 2012, and October, 2013–the largest number killed by cops anywhere in America…View More BAF Radio: Campaign to Stop Police Murders and Prosecute The Cops In Memphis, Tennessee
[jwplayer mediaid=”3552″] Tonight we will be analyzing the kidnap crisis in Nigeria and looking at Africa from a historical perspective. Black Autonomy Federation Radio is…View More BAF Radio: Nigerian kidnap crisis in historical context
[jwplayer mediaid=”3449″]May 3, 2014How will poor and low income people get food, clothing, and shelter and govern our communities if the government collapses? Join us…View More BAF Radio: What Happens If The Government Collapses?
[jwplayer mediaid=”3312″] April 26, 2014 “One thing for younger activists to understand is that in this current period, individuals, groups and Leftist movements that in…View More What Happened To The Left: From Revolution To Reformism
[jwplayer mediaid=”3184″] April 19, 2014 Tonight on BAF Radio we have to discuss new forms of political, social and economic organization in the cities and…View More Creating “Black Autonomy Zones” in the United States
[jwplayer mediaid=”3060″] April 12, 2014 For 184 years, black activists have argued that black people in America exist as a colony within the United States.…View More BAF Radio: Organizing Against Internal Colonialism in 21st Century Black America
[jwplayer mediaid=”2904″] April 5, 2014 This week on Black Autonomy Federation Radio we will once again broach the topic of “Direct Democracy as an Alternative…View More BAF Radio: Direct Democracy vs. Electoral Politics II
[jwplayer mediaid=”2793″] March 29, 2014 Tonight Black Autonomy Federation Radio will be hosted by BAF LA member Sherelle Diggs. The topic of discussion will be…View More BAF Radio: Our Public Education System Is Failing Our Children by Design