AFRICENTRIC RADIO

Democracy, social justice, and social enterprise
News, politics, culture
From around the African planet and beyond


AFRICENTRIC RADIO, formerly The Terrordome

In 1991 at CJSR FM-88 Edmonton, Minister Faust began broadcasting an Africentric news,
politics, culture, and current affairs programme called
The Terrordome: Black Radio in the
Hour of Chaos,
named after two Public Enemy songs.

The show featured E-Town, national, and international Africentric perspectives on peace,
war, politics, culture, the arts, and more. Later entitled
The Terrordome: The Afrika
All-World News Service
, in 2011, the series became Africentric Radio.

Over the years, Minister Faust's many guests included luminaries such as Ali Abunimah, Nafeez
Ahmed, Tariq Ali, Maude Barlow, Steven Barnes, Martin Bernal, Noam Chomsky, Chuck D.,
Ward Churchill, Juan Cole, Austin Clark, George Elliot Clarke, Angela Davis, Ernest Dickerson,
Karl Evanzz, Cecil Foster, Tom Fontana, Glen Ford, Michael Franti, Gil Scott Heron, Nalo
Hopkinson, Reginald Hudlin, Janine Jackson, Clark Johnson, Ice-T, Stephen Lewis, Lorraine
Monroe, Onaje Mu'id, Ralph Nader, Archibishop Pius Ncube, Michael Parenti, Wendell Pierce,
Richard Poe, Politic Live, Eden Robinson, Scott Taylor, and many more.

Africentric Radio featured weekly commentaries by journalists and authors Glen Ford and
Mumia Abu Jamal.


AFRICENTRIC RADIO SAMPLE

E-Town hip hop artist Touch on "Klingon Bastards"



FAVOURITE GLOBAL AFRICAN WRITERS

Over the years, Minister Faust's many remarkable radio guests have discussed their favourite
global African writers and books. Check the growing archive below to hear about their
fascinating choices.

Robert Wisdom, Actor (The Wire, Storytelling, Prison Break)