‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR DECEMBER 30, 2016: Black Power at 50 in DC, 1966-2016, Part 5: The Black Arts Movement, Interview With Januwa Moja…Year-End Conversation with Gerald Horne…Headlines on National Watch Night Service, Israeli Settlements, Russia Sanctions, A DC Tribute to Fidel and More



This program includes the fifth and final part of our series Black Power: 50 Years in DC, 1966-2016. The Black Arts Movement is our focus today and features our interview with fiber artist and cultural activist Januwa Moja, who has exhibited her wearable art throughout the African diaspora. Then in the second half, a look back at 2016 with Professor Gerald Horne. Plus headlines on the National Watch Night Service with the Rev. William Barber, Israeli Settlements, Russia Sanctions, A DC Tribute to Fidel and More.

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  1. Wonderful show, great series. I remember Januwa and her dedication to set and authenticity back in the ’80s. It is great to know during this time of “fake” news that Januwa remains honest, demanding we honor our own unique voices.

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