Friday, 9 September 2022 — — Black Agenda Report
Black Agenda Radio September 9, 2022
Racism and political corruption in Mississippi, how U.S. sanctions impact Black Cubans and the entire country, and the first of a two part discussion on Black politics in San Francisco.
Jaribu Hill is Director of the Mississippi Workers’ Center for Human Rights. She joins us to discuss a Mississippi political scandal involving a former governor who gave millions of dollars in funds from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program to political cronies and even to a multi-millionaire former football star. In addition, the city of Jackson has been without clean water for more than a week. She joins us from Greenville to talk about Mississippi politics and how these two scandals came about.
Let Cuba Live
Steven Hardge works on mutual aid and community survival projects and programs as a community organizer with Endstate Atlanta. He joins us from Atlanta to discuss his recent trip to Cuba as part of a Community Movement Builders delegation.
Black Politics in San Francisco, Part I
Jemma Decristo is a community organizer in San Francisco, where a Black mayor and other officials enact policies against the unhoused and the poor and where gentrification continues. She joins us from San Francisco.
This is Part I of a two-part interview.