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The Ujamaa Hour is a monthly series for organizers and activists working towards a more equitable distribution of resources and power; ecological justice; thriving and whole communities; and democracy which is both economic and political in nature.

The Ujamaa Hour Michael Tekhen Strode

    • Society & Culture
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The Ujamaa Hour is a monthly series for organizers and activists working towards a more equitable distribution of resources and power; ecological justice; thriving and whole communities; and democracy which is both economic and political in nature.

    Introducing The Ujamaa Hour

    Introducing The Ujamaa Hour

    In the fall of 2018, the Ujamaa Hour webcast launched as an ongoing series of interviews with organizers and activists who are building Black-led efforts towards economic justice, community resilience, and Black liberation.







    This new format mines the archive of the 28 currently recorded episodes previously accessible only via Facebook Watch, YouTube, and Internet Archive. All future interviews will now be syndicated out to the podcast.







    We hope that making the interviews available in an audio podcast format leads to a broader circulation and engagement of the ideas and experiences contained within them.







    The Ujamaa Hour is a monthly webcast hosted by writer, facilitator, and organizer, Michael Tekhen Strode, exploring the Black social and solidarity economy through intimate, informal conversation.















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Been waiting for this

Grateful Michael Tekhen Strode is making the Ujamaa Hour accessible through Apple’s platform. This is vitally needed conversation.

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