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Vision And The Black Community: From Woodson to Allen To Tuitt

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Adversity has always been the resilient spark that ignites the courage and tenacity of Black people. Through the darkest days of American history, the African American spirit always rises from the ashes of hate, discrimination, and most recently rising levels of micro-inequities. 

The stories of personal achievement overcoming problems show the true merit of Black people and give us the hope and promise to move forward in spite of our difficulties .  On today’s show we’ll capture that spirit by telling the stories of three great Americans both past and present.  

Dr. Carter G. Woodson.  Bishop Richard Allen. And Mary Tuitt.  Woodson was the founder of Black History Month.  Allen was the founder of the AME Church.  And Tuitt is a modern day Navy veteran turned public servant and community activist.  

Three different individuals from three different era.  But all representing the best of the best in the Black community. 

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