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

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Research and learn how to research your family history with host Antoinette Harrell and her special guest. Learn some great research tips and strategies with special guest Deanna Martin-Osuagwu and Daria Brown.

Join my special guest Bernice Alexander Bennett, reowned genealogist, family historian and researcher. Bernice has researched and documented and her African Americans roots in Orleans, St. Helena and Livingston parishes,... more

Please join my special guest Johnny B. Thomas, Mayor of Glendora, Mississippi. The son of a former sharecropper who pick cotton and work in the fields of the Mississippi Delta. Please join Mayor Johnny Thomas as he discusses the... more

Join my special guest Sheila Ross as she discusses growing up in the Mississippi Delta as a child. What was life like for her? Listen to the hardship she and her family endured in the cotton fields.

Would you believe that in the 21st Century in America, people are living without indoor plumbing? Some are living without heat in their homes. Two weeks ago Professor Clare Washington of Portland State University took a poverty tour... more

Last Friday a young black man was found hanging in Greenwood, Ms. It has been ruled that every time a young black male is found hanging. It has been reported as a suicide. What is really going on here? Please join my special... more

Greenwood, Ms-The body of a man in his twenties was discovered hanging in a tree in a field in Greenwood. The Leflore County corners office says the unidentified black male was found about 12:30 Friday afternoon by two men... more

Can you believe that in the 20th Century people are living without heat, plumbing, and other important needs? Please join Student Minister Tedarrell Muhammad and Co-founder of Gathering of Hearts as they discuss the poverty tour.

Join Gathering of Heats and The Southaven Muhammad Study Group for an up-coming poverty tour on November 19, 2010. This tour will bring much need attention to the plight of those living in abject poverty throughout the Mississippi... more

Some people are living in Palmer Crossing, Mississippi without indoor plumbing and electricity. Join my colleague Walter C. Black as he discussed the importance of documenting their way of life through photographs.
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