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I went to see the "Central Park 5" documentary (Ken & Sarah Burns movie chronicling the events of how the NYPD falsely accused, coerced confessions and ultimately convicted 5 young men in 1989). One of the "5", Yusef Salaam, talked about how he wants balance raising his daughters with the "trust he no longer has". That comment along made me wonder "Can you bounce back from something so horrible? if so... HOW?"
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10:35 -- Derek Anderson | @DerekLAnderson -- former UK Hoops and NBA Champion
recap UK games, talk NBA and DA's current projects
to begin the show - Bill will continue with the SONG CHALLENGE - currently 18-0. Let's see what Kevin throws at him this show - will the streak continue?
Host Historian CR Gibbs discusses "If The Earliest Known Evidence of Mankind Was Uncovered In Africa Why Isn't History Taught From That Point On?" "Until Lions Have Their Own Historians, Tales of the Hunt Shall Always Glorify the Hunter” unknown. A group of restless men atop a ridge in the Afar desert of Ethiopia. A few of them are pacing back and forth, straining to see if they can spot fragments of beige bone in the reddish-brown rubble below, as eager to start their search as children at an Easter egg hunt. At the bottom of the hill is a 25-foot-long cairn of black rocks erected in the style of an Afar grave, so large it looks like a monument to a fallen hero. And in a way it is. Tim White and his colleagues assembled it to mark the place where they first found traces, in 1994, of “Ardi,” a female who lived 4.4 million years ago. Her skeleton has been described as one of the most important discoveries of the past century, and she is changing basic ideas about how our earliest ancestors looked and moved. In addition to Ardi, a possible direct ancestor, it is possible here to find hominid fossils from as recently as 160,000 years ago—an early Homo sapiens like us—all the way back to Ardipithecus kadabba, one of the earliest known hominids, who lived almost six million years ago. At last count, the Middle Awash project, which takes its name from this patch of the Afar desert and includes 70 scientists from 18 nations, has found 300 specimens from seven different hominid species that lived here one after the other.
Historian C.R. Gibbs teaches us how... "Every culture has an MLK, a Christopher Columbus, a Jesus, a Napoleon, a Shakespeare, a Ben Franklin, a Shaka Zulu, an Einstein and a Julius Caesar " The Africans are no different. Riddle me this ...? What's "Theirstory' Have you heardit? You ddon't know if it's important or not if you don't know. Open Your eyes, all of them. Here on 3EO
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