Radio Host, Activist and Poet
Sobukwe Shukura host Revolutionary African Perspectives “RAP” and is on the team of “Beyond Borders”, both Public affairs programs airing on Radio Free Georgia (WRFG) 89.3 Atlanta (WRFG.org on-line) Mondays, from 7-8pm.
Shukura is a multi-media cultural worker; photographer and poet. Shukura is also on the Board of (WRFG) 89.3, a Pacifica affiliate. He is a Pan-African Revolutionary thinker and organizer for the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) and served ten years as a Co-Chair of the National Network On Cuba (NNOC) ending December 2013.
Shukura presents (our) story as a peoples telling of the past that highlights African and African diaspora resistance coupled with world social resistances against colonialism, racism, and gender oppression.
Shukura lectures and speaks on the following topics:
- Role of media and art in shaping public consciousness
- Revolutionary African personality (RAP)
- Student movement
- Cuba and the African revolution
- Neocolonialism and role of the IMF and World Bank
- Identity; Settler-colonialism in Africa
- Americas and Palestine
- CIA and Drugs and the Prison Industrial Complex
He’s lectured at University of Cincinnati, Central Ohio University, University of Missouri, St. Louis, Southeast Missouri State, Central Missouri State, Lincoln University-Missouri, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, St. Louis University, Washington University, Webster College, Buffalo State College.
Shukura Shukura has appeared on television and radio shows, locally, nationally and internationally in Atlanta, St. Louis, Cuba and Sierra Leone