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Join Jimmy Lee Underground Radio Network for What's Going On Wednesday as we salute the accomplishments of America's hero Jackie Robinson and interview Dusan Brown, starring in the blockbuster movie 42. Brown plays the young Ed Charles.
Join me this Saturday, April, 13, 2013 at 12PM EST/11AM CST, as we discuss, Jackie Robinson on You Never Know with Donney Jackson. With the release of the movie, "42", we'll provide perspective on the life of Jackie Robinson and his contribution to society and the civil rights movement in America.
So, if you're a baseball fan or you just like to hear stories about special people and how they impacted us without our knowledge, tune in Saturday to hear about Jackie's life, the movie and the sacrifice he made for us all. So, tune in and call in Saturday at 12PM EST/11AM CST to You Never Know with Donney Jackson and contribute to the discussion on Jackie Robinson.
In American history only a few individuals have truly inspired and impacted people generations beyond their own. Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., and George Washington have each been remembered and their impact lives on.
Jackie Robinson is also in that category but younger generations are forgetting the impact that Jackie had. With the new movie 42 being released last weekend, the 9 Inning crew wants to continue to remember Jackie and remind America and the world what he accomplished.
Today's show is a 30 minute special about Jackie Robinson and what he did for more than just the game of baseball.
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If you are into short horror films with that Found-Footage flavor, then you should check out V.H.S. which I did a quick review for. I also talked about the upcoming Jackie Robinson film '42' with MDawg, my co-host on my night time podcast Geek Soul Brother Live! on Talkshoe.com. Other topics, Anthony Mackie is playing Falcon in Captain America 2, SYFY's Continuum and Being Human premiered last night, and Lost Girl went all 'Chained Heat' on us. Also, my fel
Join host Shelly Wilson for this Journey into Consciousness with Jackie L. Robinson. Jackie L. Robinson is mother to three phenomenal young adults and after committing the last 20 years to raising these beings, has found herself in transition over the last several years. As the culmination of her life experiences come together in a blossoming new venture, she fulfills a lifelong dream of creating her own business. Sacred Circle Retreats is a hub of soul connection, growth and healing. We creat
"BLACK MySTORY" "Our Way - By Us" "Notes From Jupiter A Message From America's First Black Poet." Jupiter Hammon’s first published work, an 88-line broadside, came out in Hartford, Connecticut in 1760 & " Jackie Robinson's Toughest Battle." Featuring who we at 3EO affectionately call; "The Human Encyclo-negroe-pedia" C. R. GIBBS World renown historian of the African Diaspora, author and humanities scholar, C.R. GI
Legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee"Doc" Stanley returns to the airwaves again with his renowned and legendary radio show,the award winning,'Sports In Depth'. This evening on the birthday of Jack Roosevelt Robinson,who would have been 94,Doc and iconic posse remember and reflect on the great Brooklyn Dodger and baseball legend. Born in Cairo, Ga,Jackie was the youngest of five children. His family moved to Pasadena,California. Where Jackie attented UCLA.And to date he
On this week's show, Chadwick Boseman steps into the arena with WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson to discuss playing legendary Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson in '42'.
Leslie "The Cinema Siren" Combemale chimes in to try and decipher Danny Boyle's trippy new heist film, 'Trance', plus we'll take a look at Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder'.
Tune in Friday April 19 at 9PM EST / 6PM PST, as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word and special guest reviewer Cliff Youngblood, review the film 42, a biographical sports film written and directed by Brian Helgeland about the life of the legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson. The film stars Chadwick Boseman as Robinson and Harrison Ford as Branch Rickey.
Check out the trailer for the film here: 42 Movie Trailer
She will also review briefly the 5th episode of "The Game": Trashbox and address some of the latest hot topics of the day.
We will also address the latest news on the Boston Marathon bombing.
Call in number to speak with the host will be 646-716-8544