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Fourth World Radyo
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 Aboriginal Press News Service Public Radio (APNSPR)  Contact Contributor
*Editor’s Note: (The producers sincerely apologise to our listeners; distributors and affiliated radio outlets for the lateness of this dispatch.)


SUMMARY: [From @TheAngryindian] // The recent film ‘Black Panther’, based on the classic Marvel comic book character created in 1966 by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby, is being heralded by many as a historic breakthrough for increased Afro-American representation in the film/entertainment industry. And given the justified arguments made by People-of-Colour for professional fairness; artistic freedom and economic inclusion in both mainstream demographic representation and accuracy regarding African Peoples; our histories and the varied, localised expressions of the diasporic Afro-aesthetic in pop-media; it seemed like BP would be a very good thing indeed. But is it? Because once afforded the opportunity, just the opposite seems to have happened. Logically, I accept that BP can, and will, be seen as nothing more than simple amusement by most people. But I have to ask: why would contemporary Black Americans – living under the fascist-friendly Trump Administration – decide to apply their unique creativity towards modifying a ground-breaking; anti-racist comic book into a contemporary action-flick that artfully reflects exactly the sort of mind-fuckingly subliminal; anti-Black Liberation arguments the traditional exploiters and oppressors of Africa have used (for centuries) to psych-out Black people in the Motherland and abroad?


EXTRAS: A selected audio history of US Antifa during the 1980’s by a group of original participants (via the good anarchist folks over at itsgoingdown.org)
a rebel song recognising Eire, St. Patrick’s Day and Irish liberation with ‘Antifascista’ by the band Punk rounding out the programme.

All this and much more on, 4WR.

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