The renowned Professor, Activist and Scholar Dr. Oba T’Shaka will discuss Malcolm X and Pan- Africanism with The Muslim Street co-host Laila Abdelaziz and Malik Aziz Sunday February 19th at 8pm EST/5pm PST. on WTAN 1340 in Clearwater, Florida (www.tantalk1340.com). Dr. T’Shaka is Professor Emeritus at San Francisco State University. He has authored a critical work on entitled “The Political Legacy of Malcolm X” and also produced the highly acclaimed “The Integration Trap: The Generation Gap” which historically documents the state of the African-American family, its current community and “the most serious internal issue facing African-Americans...the generation gap” states Dr. T’Shaka. Dr. T’Shaka other books include, The Art of Leadership Vol. 1 & 2” and “Return To The African Mother Principle of Male and Female Equality Vol. 1”..
Dr. T’Shaka has been a grassroots activist since the 1960’s in the San Francisco Bay area. “The San Francisco Civil Rights Movement is of all the Civil Rights Movements the least known perhaps because it's achievements are too embarrassing to the white Power Structure of San Francisco and California because it maintained a form of Economic Apartheid towards Blacks and People of Color that was as brutal economically as Southern Political Apartheid was brutal politically, by shutting them out of the private work force up to the sixties, he writes. He also works on the national committee of The National Black United Front.