Anita Wills

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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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Born Loretta Peasants in Roanoke, Henrietta Lacks (August 1920–October 4, 1951) went to live with relatives in Clover, in Halifax County, after her mother died. As a child, she worked on a tobacco farm with other members of... more

This show honors the works of William Loren Katz, who wrote extensively about the relationship between Indians and Blacks. We will take a journey back in time when enslaved Africans first arrived and escaped with the assistance of Native... more

A repeat of show, History's Lost Black Towns. A listing of Towns started by Free blacks throughout America, including Black Wall Street in Oklahoma, Seneca Village in New York, Rosewood in Florida, and Allensworth in California. Tune in... more

We are keeping it real this week with our show, History's Lost Black Towns. We go back in time and revisit towns like, Rosewood Florida, Seneca Village New York, Black Wall Street Oklahoma, and Allensworth California. The towns... more

This show is in memory of my beloved grandson, Kerry Baxter Junior, who was killed on January 16, 2011. Kerry was nineteen years old at the tme of his death, with his whole life in front him. Rest in Peace my beloved grandson. This... more
Anita Wills

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

This show is in memory of my beloved grandson, Kerry Baxter Junior, who was killed on January 16, 2011. Kerry was nineteen years old at the tme of his death, with his whole life in front him. Rest in Peace my beloved grandson. This... more

Tune each week for a Genealogy Topic of interest to the African American Community. We also cover Native American History, as the First Families of America. The shows give a glimpse into the lives of those who formed America... more

After the Civil War, confiscated lands were proportioned to the newly freed slaves. That did not last long, and soon they were against the racism of the south, which would become Laws, such as Jim Crow Laws. This is a special African... more

Host Anita Wills takes listeners on a journey through Ancient Egypt. Tune in for a special edition of Black History Month. Tune in and listen up!!
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