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

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If you joined me last week. You heard my special guest Professor Clare Washington of Portland State University and Benita Conner of Hattiesburg, Mississippi discuss the issues of poverty. Well, they will be joining me again... more

Please join my special guest Professor Clare Washington. Professor Washington holds a B.S. with high honors and distinction in Black Studies and English/Professional Writing from Portland State University (2007); and M.S.... more

It started with vague threats and harassment, Lionel Lombard, Jr. said. Then he notice he was being followed. Souce: Times-Picayune, July 26, 2010. Please join my special guest Lionel Lombard, Jr as he discusses this matter. Gathering of... more

In 1993, Scott County Mississippi Sheriff's Department arrested Jamie and Gladys Scott for armed robbery. Three young males, 14 to 18 years of age, confessed to committing the crime. The 14 year old was told that "he would be sent to... more

After carefully researching thousands of FBI Reports, NAACP Reports, Letters to several United States Presidents and Department of Justice Files. Antoinette Harrell research revealed that slavery didn't end for thousands of African... more

This past weekend the Vining, Richardson and Butler held their family reunion in Amite, LA. We spent time catching up on family matters and meeting new relatives, sharing old stories and photographs. Our family came together to... more

"Perhaps the greatest social services that can be rendered by anybody to this country and to mankind is to bring up a family. -G.B. Shaw. Every family should nurture their roots to grow strong branches and twigs. The offsprings of Thomas... more

Join Former NFL all-pro defensive lineman Dave Pear now must use a cane to help relieve the pain and pressure from severe spinal injuries he sustained on the gridiron. Although he is fighting the NFL's system of awarding disability benefits... more

When male slaves turned 15 years on George farm they had their first inspection. Boys who were under-developed, had their testicles castrated and sent to the market or used on the farm. Each male saved was expected to inseminate 12... more

Some parents and single mothers are using their children's Social Security Numbers to apply for credit cards, to get cell phones, utilities, etc. The Federal Trade Commission, which broke the news earlier this year that nearly 10 million... more
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