A discussion of the political economy of ebola goes a long way to explaining why this disease has become a full-blown regional health crisis in West Africa. Ismail Rashid, professor of African history at Vasser College, joins Amandla’s Gwen Schulman in a conversation the places ebola in the context of years of devastating civil wars and the dismantlement of public infrastructure under structural adjustment programs. People.
Gwen and Doug have a discussion about Nadine Gordimer’s July’s People.
Looking at the coverage around the Ebola outbreak, Gwen Shulman speaks to Melodie Hicks about health care and medical concerns in Africa.
The issue of land In Zimbabwe: we present the last coverage from Zimbabwe’s London based SW radio Africa.
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Mouloud Idir présente l’extrait d’une conférence récente de l’économiste et politologue canadien Leo Panitch sur la politique globale et la phase actuelle de l’impérialisme.
Amandla regular Doug Miller discusses with Montreal based journalist Jooneed Khan the historical background to the G22 plus China or the G133 and how there was a major meeting in early June in Bolivia chaired by Eva Morales which was ignored by the Western media. The non-alignment movement, the G77, the decolonization movement are still alive and if anything growing stronger and more focused.
Roberto Nieto looks at the film Roadmap to apartheid, a documentary essay that compares the Apartheid system in South Africa with that that exists in Israël.
Mustafa Henaway from Tadamon talks about mobilisations in Montreal.