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

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Several Student Ambassadors at South High School in Columbus, Ohio went beyond the call of duty by educating not only their fellow students but some of their teachers on the subject of peonage and poverty. These students... more

According to the US Census in the past a number of men were 10 or 15 years older than their wives. Older men look for younger women to have children and take care of them. Increasingly, older women are turning to younger men... more

Grandbabies is love at first sight. You have witness a new generations coming into the world that has a direct link to you. If you were blessed to have your grandparents, you know what that special bond can be like. Most importantly... more

There are over 600 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and surrounded by full-time guards, by are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal... more

We came from one room schoolhouses and emerged great. What are we doing wrong now with massive structures, hosts of teachers, and the best technology and so many of our children performing so far beneath their potential? First... more

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

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

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

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

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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