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Communication and the struggle for Social Justice: Another World Is Possible is back on-air (30/07/13). Lock in and get involved!

I previously posted here about my return to radio. it’s been going on for a few weeks now and is continually improving. it’s always an education and it is genuinely humbling to speak to activists on the ground around the world

I’m on air tomorrow (30/07/13) and with brotha Rema Diallo, we’ll be talking about Communication and the Struggle for Social Justice. Here’s the main promo for the show:

As the cause for social justice is in the interests of the majority of the people, why is it that the movements which stand up for social justice (therefore standing and mobilising for an alternative in the interest of the majority) don’t attract the majority of the people? How can we communicate more effectively with the people in our organizational and mobilization efforts?

Our guests include:
(1). Mina Moheb Maher, Cairo, Egypt
(2). Yvonne Bender, London, UK
(3). Scofray Nana Yaw Yeboah, Accra, Ghana.
(4). Sakara Hafiz Aseidu, Tamale, Ghana.

Introduced by Mercy Owusu Achaw from Kumasi, Garden City of Ghana.

Hosted in GFM Radio studios in London by Rema Diallo, Emile Kargbo, Nii-Teiko, Dingan Mkhize and Ozzie Clarke-Binns.

With contributions from Nia Noel in Los Angeles, USA and Explo Nani-Kofi in Peki, Ghana.

Put your comments/questions forward and join social re-construction as Another World Is Possible!

Go to www.gfmradio.com and click on listen live to radio or go to TuneIn.com search for GFM Radio and listen in on Tuesday 30th July 2013
7pm-9pm UK, 2pm-4pm EST/USA, 6pm-8pm GMT and 9pm -11pm Central African Time

so there you go. you can also search on Facebook for AWIP Live on GFM Radio and come across our page. we look at it throughout the show answering any questions or comments you may have for us. I pray you can tune in and get involved!

The Almighty’s Blessings

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