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This broadcast is the kick off to a week long celebration to celebrate the work of Professor Elizabeth Greenwell of New Zealand. Global Cooperation Day is this Saturday October 4th. ArtSees Diner Radio has made a commitment to help celebrate Global Cooperation and encourage our listeners to become more aware of the need for Global Sustainability.
Have you ever considered searching records of incarceration to find your ancestors?
Whether researching a notorious family outlaw or a victim of early 20th century justice, there’s a good chance that you have an ancestor who has been incarcerated. Researching records of incarceration at local, state or federal penal institutions can reveal valuable family history information and also document shameful community patterns of social and economic abuse against blacks.
Join Sharon Batiste Gillins for an engaging discussion on the genealogical value of searching records of the incarcerated.
Sharon Batiste Gillins is a native of Galveston, Texas with paternal ancestral roots in St. Mary Parish, Louisiana and maternal roots in Fort Bend County, Texas. A life-long interest in her family's history led to an active involvement in researching African American family history over the past 25 years. While researching her own family, she developed an in interest in unique and under-utilized record systems and record groups. Some of her more recent work focuses on strategies researchers can use to analyze Louisiana’s Freedmen’s Bureau field office records for revealing, often personal information on freedmen ancestors.
Ms. Gillins is a member of the Galveston Historical Society, National Genealogical Society, and Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society. A retired Associate Professor at Riverside City College, she frequently calls upon her career background as a college educator to present workshops or deliver courses at regional and national conferences and genealogical institutes. She is also a member of the adjunct faculty at Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research in Birmingham.
Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, "Navajo News Without Borders" broadcasts every Thursday, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., from the Blue Sage Tea Company in Widow Rock, Ariz., the capital of the Navajo Nation government. The NNWB host is independent joournalist Marley Shebala, who has 28 years of journalism experience, Sharon Maize, a former broadcast journalist for radio stations in Window Rock and Gallup, N.M., provides technical assistance and commentary. Our regular guests are Farmington, NM, Daily Times news reporter Noel Smith & Gallup, NM, Independent Editor and Navajo Times newspaper correspondent Bill Donovan. We encourage our listeners to call in with their comments and questions. NNWB call-in line is 347-850-1119. May Peace Prevail on Mother Earth!
Join Carla and guests, as they discuss the iminate terror, we face as a nation. Hear true life accounts of the terror, invented and introduced by the U.S. government. Learn of unfathomable plans to destroy you and your family, through biochemical warfare. Learn of the division they are creating to make us weaker as a people. Above all, learn how to fight back. You will not want to miss this informative episode, full of news you can use. See you there!
News, weather, traffic, sports. If it's happening, it's being talked about on BlogTalkRadio. Nothing has the power to move us, motivate us or shake us to our core like what's happening in the world, in the nation and in our neighborhoods. We rely on news for big-picture wants and immediate needs: We plan commutes by traffic reports, our outfits by the weather and our vacations by how the stock market performs. Whether current events happen close to home or across the globe, bookmark this category for in-depth discussions about breaking news and current trends by analysts, authors and educators alike. And if you're fascinated by weather, engage with fellow enthusiasts in conversation about climate change, superstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and more. And it's fun to note that sports – often paired with news, but here a category entirely its own – have rescued many people's social lives, built solely around team schedules.
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