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Dr. Kevin McGruder visits The Wealthy Speaker Show to share insight on his book, Emancipation Proclamation: Forever Free. Paul Lawrence Vann hosts this episode to assist listeners to commemorate 150 years after Emancipation Proclamation: Are we really free? Dr. McGruder is attending the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) 43rd Annual Conference, as part of the Author's Pavilion to meet and greet attendees while conducting book signings. Emancipation Proclamation: Forever Free provide readers
Deardra Shuler talks to Rev. Dennis Dillion about Freedom 2013: Emancipation Proclamation 150th Celebration. The Emancipation Proclamation called for the abolishment of slavery and was by far one of the most defining moments in American history. Signed into order September 22, 1862, by President Abraham Lincoln the document freed African and mixed race slaves. It also provided liberties for them to defend themselves and join the military. History has shown freedom came at a high price. 1
January 1, 2013 marks the 150 year anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation that end the institution of slavery in America. The freedom bell rung with a loud sound that pentrated the ears of millions of enslaved Africans and African American people, whom were emancipated from the tight grips of slavery throughout the rebellious states. My maternal great, great grandfather Robert Harrell waited all his life to hear the freedom bell ring. He and his family was now free. His so
Join The Gist of Freedom as Preston Washington welcomes Historian Dr. Bradley Skelcher for a lively discussion about The 150th Anniversary of The Emancipation Proclamation, African American's New Year's "Watch Night" Celebration! John Henrik Clark~ "History Is A Compass That People Use To Find Themselves On The Human (Spiritual) geography." Black Methodists and Baptists celebrate Watch Night, December 31, 1862: the Emancipation Proclamation would go into effect at m
In this teaching, John talks about Jesus Announcing An Emancipation Proclamation of FREEDOM! It's time to walk in the freedom that Jesus announced.
Join The Gist of Freedom as we broadcast Live From Long Island University at The 150th Emancipation Proclamation Celebration with historian Harold Holzer! Watch The Video In 1861, Congress passed an act stating that all enslaved people employed against the Union were to be considered free. In 1862, Congress passed The Second Confiscation Act. This law stated that property used by the Confederates to further their rebellion could be seized by the U.S. government. African Americans who had be
Part 1 - Communicating with liberals - we discuss some fun and enlightening conversations we have had with liberals, and how you too can aggravate them quickly! Part 2 - It has been come a yearly tradition on the Sack Heads Radio Show! We kick of the holiday season with the reading of President Washington's Thanksgiving Proclamation. The reading of the proclamation will be done by our very own Sack Head Clint. Then, we will talk about the holidays and what it means to us, you kn
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) is the hostess of "Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio" on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net). On this episode, she concludes the 2013 Kwanzaa celebration and opens the new year with the annual celebration of emancipation. She will link the principle of faith (imani) to the emancipation of the Gullah/Geechee Nation. Tune een fa yeddi we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim
ANNUAL FREEDOM DAY PARADE & CELEBRATION. A wonderful and historical event for your entire family on Fri-1/1/10 from 1 pm to 3 pm. Celebrate January 1, 1863 which is the day that Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. On this date all slaves in the confederate states of the U.S. legally became 'free'. Be a part of history and attend this event, January 1st, 2010. Everyone is welcome! Feel free to bring your family and friends. The parade starts at the Stockton Fairg
Steven James lays it on the line in his open forum show with a more introspective touch
We have a guest speaker tonight shane from tennessee where he will be talking about how they will not let him walk cross the stage if he wears a Confederate Shirt one more time.
No, I'm no more racist than the next person. The fact is that the War between the states A had very little to do with slavery. In fact, it had nothing to with slavery until 1863 when Lincoln used it as a political agenda to save his sorry, dictator wannabe butt.
The War Between the States was about state rights. The north was imposing tariffs out the wazoo on the south. Illegal tariffs, I might add.
Sure, the south wasn't perfect; who is? All I'm saying is that they were the ones ultimately in the right in that 19th century fiasco and they took the flack for it because the winners write the history books. No the true history is written by warriors.
If you want to argue with me, please, argue intelligently. I loath hippies.
Just remember two things: THE NORTHERN STATES HAD MANY SLAVES; The emancipation proclamation claimed (because it had no legal authority) to free only the slaves in the "rebelling states." Northerners were free to keep their slaves until the 13th Amendment.
Why does it matter? Because a lot of heroes died trying to defend the Constitution of the United States of America, which was, at the time, still the Supreme Law of the Land in most cases. After this atrocity more commonly known as the "Civil War," all clauses and amendments regarding states rights have been ignored in every case that didn't directly benefit the federal government.
I SALUTE THE CONFEDERATE FLAG WITH AFFECTION, REVERENCE AND
UNDYING DEVOTION TO THE CAUSE FOR WHICH IT STANDS.
Confederate Rebel Burton