Tuesday Mar. 28 2017
Audio Documents from GRILA
Mandela was the face of a movement that mobilized millions of people in South Africa and, indeed, around the world, including here in Canada. Am
From Egypt Roberto Nieto speak to Amandla's Doug Miller about the current political situation in the the country
After a brief rant on the new Pope, Amandla's Doug Miller, returning from Malawi, and Gwen Schulman have a wide ranging discussion about the situation
Doug and Gwen share their thoughts on the significance of Margaret Thatcher’s actions towards Africa, her unswerving support for Apartheid, SAP’s and
20 years since Chris Hani was assassinated. Gwen talks to Dan O’Meara, former member of the ANC about Hani’s life and contribution to the anti-aparthe
Andrea Williams , Director of Programs at IRIE FM in Jamaica interviews Ameth LO on GRILA's "AFRICOM declaration"
Nationalist leader AmÃlcar Cabral was a Guinea-Bissauan and Cape Verdean agricultural engineer, writer, and a nationalist thinker and politician assa
Omme Interviews Daneil Tseghay, independent freelance journalist, about Chinua Achebe's new memoir "There Was A Country: A Personal History of Biafra
Doug Miller looks at the writings of Paul Theroux.
Doug Miller just returned from Malawi. Gwen Schulman spends an hour with Doug to look at recent events there and in the region
Interview of Omme with Rev. Dr. Kapya Kaoma on how the U.S. Christian Right Is Transforming Sexual Politics in Africa
The 50th anniverssary of African Liberation Day -- Gwen Schulman talks to Ameth Lô of the Group for Research and Initiative for the Liberation of Afri
Documents Vidéos du GRILA
Video on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the creation of GRILA
GRILA -- 25 years of struggle...
Africa's Black Star-Osagyefo
Ghana's independence from British colonial rule marked the first African nation to break free from the shackles of colonialism with the leadership of Kwame Nkrumah, hailed as the Osagyefo....
Africom go home, Foreign bases out of Africa
AFRICOM GO HOME : No Foreign Bases in Africa is shot within the context of the fiftieth anniversary of the "Independence" of African states (OAS 1963-2013). It's an anti-propaganda, not-for-profit film dedicated to raising public consciousness by opening ...