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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal featuring host Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire
Listen to the Pan-African Journal special worldwide radio broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
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Chad Wilson talks the latest in high school football and college football recruiting on the GridironStuds Show
- 10:15 Jordan Scarlett top 2015 RB and University of Miami commit talks recruiting, commitment and more
- 10:45 Damon Arnette DB for St. Thomas Aquinas and recent South Carolina commit talks recruiting, Ohio St. trip and more
- college football recruiting talk
- high school football talk
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Listen to this special worldwide radio broadcast of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
Linda Jordan and Butterdezillion will discuss the suspicious death of Hawaii Department Of Health Director Loretta Fuddy. Pat Boone will make a special appearance. Ms. Fuddy was the only death in a plane crash in Hawaii. Many doubts have arisen concerning her death. This panel will go into detail about the investigation. Open phone lines. Special Announcement from Mike Volin.
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Captivating author, speaker, and coach Dana Arcuri will be Terri's guest this week on Moving Forward in Faith. Dana is the author of the inspirational memoir, Harvest of Hope: Living Victoriously Through Adversity, in which she shares her real life story of persevering, overcoming hardship, growing in faith, and never losing sight of hope. Along her healing path, she discovered hidden gems: reaching out to help those less fortunate, taking back control of her health, and embracing God's saving grace.
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“The Motivator” Lynetta Jordan is a dynamic speaker, inspirational author and fabulous life coach who catapults women’s confidence in God and themselves! A fireball of faith and former college queen who graced the pages of Ebony magazine, she enjoys helping women become go-getters for God!
Lynetta energetically motivates the masses at church, corporate and community events. The founder of Lynetta Jordan Ministries, her powerful voice has been heard on Rejoice network and her book, Love Without The Drama, featured on CBN.com and Women.com. Currently, she inspires thousands of women through media, magazines, her ministry, motivational speaking, and life-changing coaching and empowerment programs. She holds a M.A. from Regent University and B.A. from Elizabeth City State University.
Learn more about Lynetta at www.LynettaJordan.com and connect with her on Facebook (LynettaJordan) and Twitter @LynettaSpeaks TODAY!
Join The Gist of Freedom, www.BlackHistoryBlog.com, as we continue our audio book reading Breaking The Chains by William L. Katz - Chapter 5 Urban Slave Resistance~ Jordan Hatcher was a seventeen-year-old enslaved tobacco worker in Richmond, Virginia, who in 1852 rose from obscurity to notoriety when charged with assaulting and killing white overseer William Jackson. According to newspaper accounts and trial records, Hatcher was working at the Walker & Harris tobacco factory when Jackson began flogging him with a cowhide for performing poorly. Hatcher initially warded off the blows, but Jackson continued to beat him. In response Hatcher grabbed an iron poker, struck Jackson unconscious, and immediately fled the factory. When Jackson later awoke, he claimed to feel no pain, but the next day he collapsed and died. Hatcher was immediately found, arrested, tried and sentenced to execution. His sentence, however, was later commuted by Virginia Governor Joseph Johnson, and he was sold and transported beyond the limits of the United States.
This case is significant because of Jordan Hatcher’s unusual working and living conditions. Hatcher was a hired slave; though legally bound to Parmella Goday of Chesterfield County, Hatcher had been hired-out to a tobacco manufactory for the year. During that year, Hatcher, like hundreds of other hired slaves, was allowed to find his own lodgings, secure his own meals, and receive the wages for his labor. During the antebellum era, the urban slave system provided an essential labor pool for city businesses and was highly lucrative, but under conditions that made white Richmonders nervous. Critics of the system believed the hiring-out process made urban slavery unstable and encouraged slave workers to be more rebellious and defiant. Hatcher did not hang.
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