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Professor Rhonda Ragsdale and D. ED Smith, Jr. chat with Melvin Childs, author of Never Would Have Made It: The Rise of Tyler Perry. Childs will be appearing in the historical black town of Tatums, Oklahoma, for a Thanksgiving Social... more

Discussion of David Chang's Color of the Land: Race, Nation, and the Politics of Land Ownership, 1832 - 1929 (2010) by Professor Rhonda Ragsdale and D. ED. Smith, Jr. of the Black Towns Project.

Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project interviews Tatums resident and community-builder D. Smith about the opportunities for land owndership, business development, and social support in historically black... more

This episode of Visiting Church with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale concludes a series of discussions with evangelist, story-teller, scholar and poet Myrna Roberts. Professor Ragsdale will discuss the things she learned from "visiting church"... more

Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project continues the discussion of Proverbs 31 community-builing with evangelist, storyteller, scholar, and poet Myrna Roberts.

Professor Rhonda Ragsdale and American Studies Scholar Jaime Puente discuss the 1899 novel Imperium in Imperium

Professor Rhonda Ragsdale and evangelist, scholar, storyteller, and poet Myrna Roberts continue their discussion of community-building with a close read of Proverbs 31.

Professor Rhonda Ragsdale is joined by evangelist, storyteller, scholar, and poet Myrna Roberts as they continue their discussion of community-builing through a close read of Proverbs 31. The Visiting Church series was a concept born out of... more

The Proverbs 31 discussion of community-builidng continues on this episode of Visitng Church with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale and evangelist, scholar, storyteller, and poet Myrna Roberts.

Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project continues her discussion with evangelist, storyteller, poet, and scholar Myrna Roberts.

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