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Host Anita Wills, covers topics relating to Culture and History in the African American Community. Each week a topic will be introduced, including Art, Genealogy, Current Events, Politics, and History. Listeners are encouraged to ask questions, by calling in or contacting us through Social Networks, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Tune in and Listen Up! The Show is dedicated to Kerry Baxter Junior, whose life was stolen on January 16, 2011. You are and always will be our bright and shining star!

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EXCERCISE YOUR RIGHTS! GET OUT AND VOTE Is there a New Jim Crow or is it the same old Jim Crow? This show will discuss the issue of Mass Incarcaration and the Murder of Black and Brown Males by Law Enforcement.... more

This episode is an interview with Rob Lukens the President of the Chester County Historical Society. The interview covers several generations of our family in Southeastern Pennsylvania and references my book, Black Minqua the Life and... more
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Anita Talks Genealogy Welcomes Artist Nancy Gershman

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Talk Show Host Anita Wills Host Anita Wills show Anita Talks Genealogy takes on topics of interest to African Americans. The show airs on Blog Talk Radio on Friday and Tuesday, 7:00 pm (pst). Each week the Host discusses a Genealogy... more
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The Mystery Surrounding Jesus Birth And The Truth About Christmas

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These days, the meaning of Christmas seems to be more about Santa Claus then the birth of the Baby Jesus. The pictures we, here in America, see are of malls full of people shopping, and children making requests to Santa Claus.... more
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The Roots of Racial Profiling: A History of Racial Disparity

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Now that Arizona's illegal-immigration law has passed Racial Profiling has come to the forefront again. Most Americans, do not appear to have a problem with racial profiling, as long as they are not the target. Where is the law when... more
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Anita Talks Genealogy: The United States Colored Troops in the Civil War

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Tune in to Anita Talks Genealogy on Friday April 23, 2010, 8:00-8:45 pm (pst), as Host Anita Wills pays homage to the United States Colored Troops. Virginia's Governor McConnell has made April Confederate History Month, and managed... more
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From Slave Pens to the Penitentiary: America's JUST US System

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"I'M BEGINNING TO BELIEVE THAT `U.S.A.' STANDS FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED Slaves of America" , wrote a 20th-century prisoner from Mississippi in a letter detailing the daily violence he witnessed behind prison... more
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Anita Talks Genealogy - Answers Show - Who Do You Think You Are?

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Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 As a Professional Genealogist, writer, and researcher it is pleasure to see a show such as Who Do You Think You Are. The show is entertaining, however it does not show the hard work, which goes into... more
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Queen Nanny - Leader of Jamaica's Maroon Community

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Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Maroon is taken from the word marronage, or Spanish word Cimarron, and means fugitive, or runaway. This is probably a derogatory word, similar to some used to described escaped slaves in America.... more
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The Underground Railroad and the North Star: Canada's Black Settlements

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The Underground Railroad was neither Underground, nor was it a Railroad. It was in essence a series of conductors, safe houses, trails along rivers, secret routes, sometimes walking, and other times hiding in wagons. Before Europeans... more
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