8AM HOUR And in the final hour, we bring you a Congo special focus. We'll be joined by WBAI's Elombe Brath to find out how dire things are getting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo when even the mainstream group Amnesty International comes out with a scathing report about the UN role in the Congo. We'll speak with a woman who knows all too well the horrors of international intervention in that country. And as we focus on Africans in America… We look at the new design for the African Burial Ground here in NYC and speak with the Haitian American architect behind the sacred site. And Judge Constance Baker Motley, the first African American woman appointed to the federal judiciary has died. She was appointed to the federal court post by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966. We look at her legacy. Africa Commentary COMMENTATOR: Elombe Brath, Host Afrikaleidascope, WBAI. Congo Update GUEST: Agnes Dimandja, Congolese Women's Perspective. African Burial Ground REPORTER: Doug George, WBAI's Riseup RadioGUEST: Rodney Leon, Yale-trained New York architect Rodney Leon, an African American of Haitian decent, submitted the winning design for the permanent memorial for the African Burial Ground site. Jurist Constance Baker Montley Dies at 84 GUEST: Michael Tarif Warren, Attorney. Download as MP3 Listen Now! 7AM HOUR Today is the opening day of the new Supreme Court, and after a less than rigorous confirmation process, the new Chief Justice, Judge John Roberts, will take his seat as the new Chief Justice replacing recently passed Chief Justice William Rehnquist. With one justice seat still open we get a civil rights perspective on what the new court could do to America. And this may not be news to many of you, but, yes, Racism is alive and well in the US. We analyze these repugnant comments by William Bennett former Drug Czar and Former Secretary of Education. And we'll be joined by Congo born, Belgium raised, streets of Philly inspired musical goddess Zap Mama! SEGMENT: Inside the Corridors of Power ~ The Supreme Court GUEST: Dr Gerald Horne, Professor of African American Studies at the University of Houston. Yes, William Bennett, It is Morally Repugnant to Suggest Aborting All the Babies of Any Race GUEST: Professor Ronald Walters, Professor of Political Science and Director, African American Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland, College Park and author of White Nationalism, Black Interests: Conservative Public Policy and the Black Community. SEGMENT: Zap Mama Joins Us Live! GUEST: Marie Daulne, Zap Mama. Download as MP3 Listen Now! 6AM HOUR In our first hour, we continue listening to damning testimony from the Haiti tribunal on the crimes of the international community against the Haitian people and its democratically elected leaders. We also hear about an activist conference that took place this weekend in North Carolina and we get an update on the Millions More March to take place on October 15. SEGMENT: Haiti Tribunal Tape: Testimony from the Haiti Tribunal held in DC Friday Sept 23, 2005. Activist Conference in North Carolina TAPE: Voices from North Carolina. Th Millions More Movement Comes To The Hudson Valley REPORTER: Don Debar.GUEST: Minister Kevin Muhammad, Mosque # 7 at 106-108 West 127th Street in Harlem, NY. GUEST: Brother Joseph Muhammad - Executive Vice President of the International Association of Black Professional Firefighters. Download as MP3 Listen Now!