Nurturing Our Roots

Nurturing Our Roots

antoinette harrell

United States, EnglishFamily

Nurturing Our Roots BTR " The Live Talk Show Where Family Matters."

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Please join authors and genealogists Bernice Alexander Bennett and Leonard Smith III for and exciting hour of genealogy discussions. Bernice Alexander Bennett will discuss her newly released book " Our Ancestors, Our Stories" and... more
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On-Demand Episodes

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We have identified new avenues that have not been previously considered through the lens of genealogy. Recently we have provided example of records documenting peonage after 1865 surrounding topics such as chain gangs,... more
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Sheba was born Martha Booker with twin sister Mary Booker in Sunflower Mississippi. Sheba learned to sing the blues while her sister fell into her father's footsteps singing gospel music. Their father Leroy Booker a gospel singer that... more
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Please join hosts Antoinette Harrell and Robin Foster as they welcome their very special guest Kerwin Aigle from Trindad and special guest Spencer Archhibbcd from the Virgin Islands to discuss what is happening across the waters. Also... more
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JUNETEENTH FREEDOM FIGHTERS FESTIVAL- SUNDAY, JUNE 19TH 4:30-7:30PM - MLKing & Audrey Ln - music, food, poetry, speakers, children's activities & info about historical Black freedom fighters. "Our ancestors did not... more
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You may find it hard to fathom, but in 1899, two small boys, 6 year sold Eko and 7 year old Iko, were kidnapped from their mother in Roanoke, Virginia after being scouted previously for the circus. They crossed paths between the 1920's and... more
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Family reunions should be more than partying and eating. Family members travel from great distances to be together, and this is the perfect time to handle your family business, start family scholarship funds, discuss estate planning. Create... more
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Tatooing, first began to be practiced as early as 3300 BC. The first introduction to tatooing was between when Captain James Cook and his men returned home to Europe from their voyages to Polynesia in 1779. "They told tales of the 'tattooed... more
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This episode of Nurturing Our Roots is a mandatory course requirement for, African-Americans and 20th-Century Slavery, being taught by Professor Clare Washington of Portland State University. Please join Professor Washington and... more
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The 24 foot U-Haul was once again filled with clothes, water, food, baby items, shoes, water, barbecue grills, and other items needed to help victims of the tornadoes that swept across the state of Mississippi. Gathering of Hearts... more
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Family reunions are a great time to enjoy and share time with other family members, young and the elderly alike. It is a wonderful time to share photographs, stories, and preserving family history. It is a way to establish and reconnect with... more
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