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Host Anita Wills, covers topics relating to Culture, current events, and History in the African American and Minority Community. Each week a new topic will be introduced, including Art, Genealogy, Current Events, Politics, and History. Listeners are encouraged to ask questions, by calling in or contacting us through Social Networks, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Tune in and Listen Up! The Show is dedicated to Kerry Baxter Junior, whose life was stolen on January 16, 2011. You are and always will be our bright and shining star!

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The short answer for why African Americans must vote, is that America is a Nation of Laws. Those laws affect your education, housing, jobs, and decisions affecting Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. The laws in place duiring... more

Join Author Anita Wills as she shares the history behind her latest book, Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green. In Black Minqua, a time period from the late 1600's through the 1900's is covered. From the late 1700's through... more

Author William Silverman discusses his book, Bitter Freedom. "The story of a Mulattoe's adventure in the unsettled West after the Civil War. Unaccepted by his black brothers he is hated by white racists who consider him their worst... more

Samuel Fraunces was a Cook for George Washington, who was born in the Caribbean of black and white parents. Fraunces owned one of the finest taverns in colonial New York City. When Washington arrived in Philadelphia in 1790... more

Samuel Fraunces was a Cook for George Washington. Born in Caribbean of black and white parents. Fraunces owned one of the finest taverns in colonial New York City. When Washington arrived in Philadelphia in 1790 as President,... more

Author Anita Wills shares her journey to document her family which resulted in the book, Pieces of the Quilt: The Mosaic of An African American Family. This is a how to book for African Americans who are researching their family history.... more

This is dedicated to the my brave ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War. Charles and Ambrose Lewis, Rawley and Robert Pinn and the sons of Robert Pinn, Billy, James and Jim. They were soldiers in the true sense of the word.... more

We will air a special episode on Native African American Heritage. Our guest is Patricia Harmon whose Native Ancestors were Nanticoke and Delaware Indian. She recently attended a Pow Wow, and will share that experience with us.... more

Tune in each week for a Genealogy Topic of interest to African American History. Our Motto is We Talk To You Not At You! Our show Airs Wednesday 7:00- 8:00 pm, and Friday, 7:00-8:00 pm. Each Week the Shows Host, Author Anita Wills... more

We will air a special episode on Native African American Heritage. Our guest is Patricia Harmon whose Native Ancestors were Nanticoke and Delaware Indian. She recently attended a Pow Wow, and will share that experience with us.... more
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