Ewuare Osayande

Ewuare Osayande

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Ewuare X. Osayande is a political activist, award-winning author, cultural analyst, poet, essayist, publisher and internet radio talk show host. The Quarterly Black Review has called Osayande “one of Black America’s newest insurgent intellectuals coming to the table with enough mental firepower to be a David Walker for our time.” He is co-founder and director of POWER (People Organized Working to Eradicate Racism) and creator of Project ONUS: Redefining Black Manhood. Osayande is creator and host of “The Resistance,” a bi-weekly talk show that made its international internet debut on gtownradio.com on February 9, 2010.

Ewuare Osayande is a dynamic lecturer on issues ranging from race, class, gender, culture and religion to war, the environmental movement, social justice and globalization. He has spoken at over 500 different educational, religious and community centers from Harvard University to Howard University, from Riverside Church in New York to Al Aqsa Mosque in Philadelphia, from Alameda County Juvenile Hall in California to Graterford prison in Pennsylvania.

CONTACT: (484) 362 9240

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