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"james k coon" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Impact of US militarism here and abroad to be very much linked, and there's a war being waged against the working class in the united. States that mirrors the war ways on African people and other nationally oppressed peoples, workers and farmers, so we save those phenomena have to be seen as two parts of the same impressive structure and our campaign, the US out of Africa campaign, please the key role in the fight against that structure, and so we're working to politically educate people about africom in foster commitment to anti war anti militarist. And then also worked for the total liberation of Africa so the bodies like the CDC have to engage with those types of issues and engaged with politics, just because we see such a fundamental part of ending that war on black and African people, so I think they can take lots. Example speaks to silence on Africa Nancy's while utilizing symbols of African to try to pacify the move in, and we have to fight against that and make sure we're making the connections between the domestic and outside of the US the war on. African People What kind of success as the Black Alliance coppee had in engaging other US groups in the US out of Africa campaign. The yours out of Africa campaign is part of a broader campaign called no compromise, no retreat and it's about just that about ending the war on black African people so. Part of that no compromise, no retreat campaign where providing abroad framework resistance to incorporate revolutionary forces. They're working on multiple interlocking issues to coordinate nationwide and local activity so I think what we spoke a little bit about the ten thirty three program. There's a lot of work being done the fight against that and we've been able to work with a number of different organizations on that, and then for the US out of Africa campaign specifically. We've been able to engage them on the issues of AFRICOM and and try to. Educate as well as help with the coordination of things like are online symposia, which was rise up to shutdown, AFRICOM we held on so day so through that we were able to bring together a number of different African in black organizations to speak about the issue of Africom in and educate a number of different people about the issue of US Rizla. And how AFRICOM is so essential to fighting US imperialism? We brought together people from the telemetry. You've minute in the Congo the way while typo paint African women, two lines in Nigeria you in the United States, we're working with a number of different organizations cosponsored bad event, and we are continuing to engage those organizations it's we heighten our struggle and intensified the movement against africom against US militarism I, really WANNA call on. People join the US out of Africa network. Network. There was a link. Black Lines for dot com backwards last join us out of African network where they can sign up for the network to get updates on our way to join the organizational with the US Africa campaign, and also to get the AFRICOM watch sports and delivered to their inbox, so that they can be part of the movement to set down Africom and then also were to end I imperialism and colonialism on the continent. That was ten day. Of the Black Alliance for peace, speaking from Atlanta Georgia. Dr James Cone the world. Renowned theologian died two years ago, but his work continues to influence black political thinking. Matt Harris is a PhD candidate at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Harris Co authored an article titled in the hope that they can make their own future James H coon and the Third World. Harris says cone is considered the father of Black Liberation Theology a good place to put him I mean he was an important figure in the development of Modern Black Liberation Theology, his book in Nineteen, Sixty nine sent shockwaves throughout the Christian World Black Theology and black power. So I think that's the perfect place to place. As be modern father of black liberation. Theology Just you don't hear theologians or black ministers most is talking about black power. No he comes after a wave of some other important Hilo jains like gave Rod wilmore. Who just passed away earlier this year? Who along with the National Committee of Black Churchmen, put out important pieces like a black power statement that they put out in the New York Times, and he's working with these folks to really try to articulate. A black theology that works for the Liberation of people and Seem to think that James cones contribution was to broaden this black liberation, the G. as it had evolved in the United States, and to give it an internationalist perspective. Yeah, that's right. So the context of this article came about after cones passing. There were of course going to be a number of important ways, remembering his life at work, and the primary one is as you said as a as a fellow Jen, but also as a teacher, and a mentor for his southern roots, remembered for his devastating critiques of the racism of Western Christianity and also for again as you just said the articulation of black. Black Power, but when Tyler Davis my co, author from Baylor University when Tyler pitch article to me. We thought we were going to simply say something about cones critique of capitalism. He should also be remembered for his critiques of Economic System that property before people as he said and that these critiques and the Socialist Alternative were integral to his vision of Black Liberation Theology, but as we went back and begin to really research, and to look at those places where the critiques were strongest, a couple of things became clear about cones, burke the first is that cones? Critique of capitalism was always coupled with a critique of American imperialism, and that cones second cones critique of American. American imperialism stemmed from his impressive international travels, which were in part and nineteen fifty-nine, coming from invitations by those who were reading his work, and using it as a resource for their own diversion theology, for example, and they reading them in South Africa. The.
"james k coon" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"On your own where you'll surely make nineteen hundred dollars that were show, you chap. She literally says that he gets to take the little bar in the garden, which I was like that isn't adorable children's book like there once was a little manslaughter named jacks and he had to work the little bar in the garden. The secret garden. So Jason were CAL's place James is like speaking of change been Luke it Lee trooping age. Shopping badge. And Raquel comes out wearing basically like wrapping paper, James. She just bumps her head into the stove. And he's like come back here. My little too. You know, how like when little girls or perhaps boys play with Barbie dolls. And they make them walk that they hold them by their legs a little bit. This would make them walk in that like herky-jerky style. That's how we're killed literally moves. She literally moves like a doll being moved by a child's hand. She does. And you know, who else was walking like that this episode Katie did you notice that Katy had like kind of Jenky walk. I don't know what's going on with this cast. But there's something with the legs. I would I would tap water. Check. Let's see what's going on under the hood. There's some kind of higher polio being spread around that rest. It's like it's like polio lights. Fanta pump polio. So James tells us own assay James k Coon live pedal, largely, sir. I have a supermodel girlfriend Mike that hasn't been verified. Yeah. She's a girlfriend two bedrooms studio, I'm teaching on rockstar boulevard laughing. No what he says. Well, he also don't forget his new golden doodle. And I mean, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna go down that path because you know, me, but he goes and not to mention I'm DJ the biggest party on Robertson boulevard. You're literally next to the abbey. It's the largest gave are in the entire country. By me department. I do have to say I will give credit where credit is due. And as a very nice kitchen. You know, I thought I was like I had some kitchen NBA, honestly, I had faucet end because I actually have shit faucet in my kitchen. And I know that sounds silly. Like, how could you have a shit faucet? If you saw. My there's no thing where you can like like detach it and like Benny thing. It's just like a straight up faucet, and it like has its aggressive. So like you turn on a little bit and the water just like shoots out. And like if you have been like like like a millimeter of spoon in there. It's like the entire kitchen is soaked of it sucks. Kiss your your kitchen. So pretty Mike utter shit. Mike ceilings coming in my tiles or out. Yeah. It's really bad. Okay. So yeah, I was jealous of his kitchen. But you know, what I saw all the work you put into getting that place, and it involved that really Harry old guy. So, you know, waste not one not everything for what you have is what I mean, you know, so areana comes over in Tom and he's like oh. Oh, wow. Ooh..