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June 06, 2013
The Show: Black American Stories
Host: Jynsen R Henry, Director of Black American Stories
To encourage African Americans; that is, Black People, to learn the history of their ancestry. To learn where they come from, who they were in America and who they were before taken to America. To find out what happen to them as a people, as a nation! This show is designed to expose the truth and give information on how the Black community can once again come together with it's self and it's country, America.
Again we read from the book Eyewitness: The Negro In American History. A Living Documentary of the Afro-American Contribution to U.S. History written by William Loren Katz.
Salem Poor at Bunker Hill, Negroes of Philadelphia Stage a "Kneel In" and Start Their Own Chruch, Halting the Yellow Fever Epidemic in Philadelphia, The Amazing Benjamin Banneker, Andrew Jackson Appeals to Black New Orleans
Black American Stories, to know your history, is to know who you are and where your going! www.blackamericanstories.com
Previously broadcast July 15th & 16th, 2011
Black History Tours~ Live @ African American Heritage Tour
Listen to interviews with Dr. Sherry Dupree and Harris Rosen of the Rosen Hotel's who hosted the group.
This tour is designed to attract education professionals and other cultural history enthusiasts.
Dr. Mary Frances Berry Speaking at the ASALH Annual Luncehon!
Established on September 9, 1915 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, we are the Founders of Black History Month and carry forth the work of our founder, the Father of Black History. We continue his legacy of speaking a fundamental truth to the world--that Africans and peoples of African descent are makers of history and co-workers in what W. E. B. Du Bois called, "The Kingdom of Culture." ASALH's mission is to create and disseminate knowledge about Black History, to be, in short, the nexus between the Ivory Tower and the global public. We labor in the service of Blacks and all humanity
So it's been a couple years since I have been in this thang!!! hahaha okok maybe not that long but The Nephew is back and we about to rap this topic up. Black History/American History to key and pivital topics that need to be addressed in the Christian community so take some time out and come Chill With The Nephew and talk about how these two topics dynamicly effect the Christian world as we know it today. All perspectives are welcomed
Missing Pages of History is a program where it seeks to be a voice for the voiceless and underserved communities. We seeks to enlighten, educate and inform the world on the role and contributions that people from these communities have made to humanity. Come and join us bi-weekly on Saturdays at 12 Noon.
In this episode we discuss the story behind Black History Month and how its an unique history but still a very vital piece of American History along with other related issues. Check us out on youtube and subscribe: www.youtube.com/ucofw Join our facebook group page for updates and show times: https://www.facebook.com/groups/44496784124/?fref=ts Host: Senica Harris and Michael Snyder
In our second program of 2013, we return to our effort to take US history and tie into current events, civics, breaking news, and politics. If we reach five million individuals across the city, state, region and country we shall overcome. Our journey primary begins in the 1500s and travels throughout to the 21st century.
Praise God for all things especially poetry! 150 years ago this year Abraham Lincoln signed a document to emancipate slaves in America. 50 years ago in August an African American delivered a poetic piece about that freedom. I Have a Dream is a historic jewel and must be considered as a geniune poetic oratory,.
Did you miss The African History Network Show, (Special Day) Monday, June 10th, 8pm-11pm EST with guest, Dr. Runoko Rashidi, Author, Lecturer, Historian as we discussed “Great Black Women In History”?
Visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/462748530449218/# Dr. Runoko Rashidi talked about his upcoming lecture in Detroit on Friday, June 14th, 6:30pm-10:30pm at 1500 E. State Fair, True Oracles Ministries. His topic is “A Tribute To Great Black Women In History – From Lucy (Dinknesh) to Assata Shakur”. Tickets are $15 in Advance, $20 At the Door. For more information please call (313) 646-3375. Be sure to visit the Vendor Table of The African History Network. In our 3rd Hour we discussed a new study from the ACLU that shows how African-Americans are 4 times as likely to be arrested for Marijuana possession even though we use drugs at almost and identical rate. We also played some clips of Min. Farrakhan’s speech in Detroit. Listen to the African History Network Show, Thursdays, 8pm-11pm EST and archived episodes www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com or http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow or by phone, when we are LIVE at (914) 338-1375. Episodes are also archived on www.Itunes.com.
Missing Pages of History Inc., is a program and organization, that is dedicated to be a voice for the underserved communities, while it seeks to "build strong communities thru communications." Come and join us on a bi-weekly basis, on every other Saturday at 12 Noon to 12:30 pm est.