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Hello Sports Fans,
On tonights show we will be discussing MLB topics such as, What's wrong with the Tampa Bay rays? Bryce Harpers early ejection from Sunday's game, Roy Halladay DL stint and more
NBA topics include: Playoffs, MVP winner and Voting, Chris Paul & Dwight Howard, will they stay or go in L.A?
Random topics: Adrian Peterson or Miguel Cabrerra. Who is the more dominant player at their position?
Also the return of the weekly rant and more.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for two hours of baseball talk on THE MBL SHOW, presented by Fanspeak.COM
Tonight, the guys take a break from the NFL to discuss the happenings in Major League Baseball. They breakdown the news and notes from around the diamond from the past week. They will recap the month of April and hand out their monthly awards, which include April’s MVP-CY YOUNG-& R.O.Y.
Alan and Steve will have the Fanspeak Top 10 MLB Power poll as well as all of the stats Elias has to dish out.
The guys will then turn their attention to the local teams as they recap the past month for the Orioles and Nationals. Alan & Steve will breakdown the Braves and Nationals recent matchups and give you an update on Bryce Harpers injury, suffered today in the Nats 2-0 win.
The focus then turns to Dem O’s, as Alan and Steve breakdown the Orioles lineup and starting rotation performances in April.
Showtime is 9:00 p.m. and will run for two hours.
Mary, Free, Educated & A Spy! Disguise... Confederate White House Slave Mary was the best as she was working right in The Confederate President's home. She had a photographic mind. Everything Mary saw on the Rebel President’s desk she could repeat word for word. “Ellen Bond” was neither dim-witted, illiterate, nor a slave. In reality she was a free, well educated African American woman by the name of Mary Elizabeth Bowser. And she was a Union spy working right under Confederate President Jefferson Davis’s nose.
For months during the most crucial period of the Civil War, as General Ulysses S. Grant maneuvered to capture Richmond, the Confederate capital, Mary supplied critical military intelligence to the Union army. In recognition of her contributions to the Union war effort, she was inducted into the U.S. Army Military Intelligence Hall of Fame in 1995.
Elizabeth was able to arrange for a friend to take Mary with her as a servant to help at social functions held by Varina Davis in the Confederate White House. Mary performed her servant role so well she was eventually taken on full time as, presumably, a slave hired out by her master.
Oberlin College In 1835 became the first predominately white collegiate institution to admit African American male students and two years later it opened its doors to all women, becoming the first coeducational college in the country. In 1862, Mary J Patterson earned a B.A. becoming the first African American woman to earn a degree from an American college. Other black women had graduated earlier but did not receive the collegiate degree (BA). As part of the Underground Railroad, Oberlin’s intricate network of back road routes and safe houses, the college and town provided refuge for fugitive slaves bound for Canada. In 1858, students, faculty, and residents of Oberlin and nearby Wellington, Ohio rescued a runaway slave John Price from U.S. marshals, and transported him to freedom in Canada. One year later three African American residents of the town of Oberlin, Shields Green, Lewis Sheridan Leary, and John Anthony Copeland, participated in John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry.
Unfortunately recently, Classes were canceled after a report of someone wearing what looked like a Ku Klux Klan-type hooded robe on campus. A police report has also detailed the defacement of Black History Month posters with the N-word, a "whites only" sign written above a water fountain, a swastika drawn on a science center window and a student knocked to the ground by a person making a derogatory comment about ethnicity. Two students are being investigated for possible involvement in the graffiti.
The students have responded by organizing rallies of solidarity to show their disdain for the cowards who committed the racists acts!Click and Listen to Kimberly Simmons, a descendant of Abolitionists Oberlin Graduates as she speaks on these disturbing incidents from a historical perspective with The Gist of Freedom host Preston Washington www.BlogTalkRadio.com/BlackHistory
Etu Evans, shoe designer to the stars, is a creator of bespoke footwear that seemingly makes clothes optional. Evans has been hailed by Footwear News as the prince of luxe footwear and the new media darling by FashionWindows.com..
Evans is 4.0 graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Applied Behavioral Science and a Cum Laude graduate of South Carolina State University. He pursued his creative studies in continuing education at The Parsons School of Design, as well as in footwear and accessories with an associate degree from The Fashion Institute of Technology; both located in NYC.
In 1993, Etu Evans established his LLC, designing millinery and jewelry and has since expanded to included footwear and accessories. The beguiling creations of Etu Evans have captured the attention of Ducatti, Parisian fashionistas and publications such as German Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Spanish Marie Claire, Essence, GQ, In Style (UK), Women’s Wear Daily, Ebony (30 Leaders of the Future), and Black Enterprise.
In 1998, the gifted and enigmatic intellectual founded the Solesville Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people get on their feet through shoe and toy drive distributions, and pediatric AIDS prevention and awareness. Solesville is committed to its motto, “ Saving soles one step at a time.” Solesville donates shoes to Africa, South America, the Caribbean and The United States to prevent infectious diseases acquired through foot lesions.
Mr. Evans also founded the Etu The Purple Boot initiative, a scientifically CABAS based mentoring, fatherhood initiative, and leadership case study for boys’ ages 7-11 in Harlem and Westchester, NY, Maryland, Atlanta and South Carolina. www.etuevans.org
Django movie & history review! ..John Anthony Copeland, Jr. a Militant Black Abolitionist, Rescued John Price from the grips of bounty hunters and fought with John Brown at Harpers Ferry! John Anthony Copeland, Oberlin College Student was member of the Oberlin Anti-Slavery Society and the black militia (The Vigilance Committee) a hybrid of the NAACP and Black Panthers. In 1858 Copeland was one of 37 men that was arrested for their role in the John Price rescue
It is a great pleasure and with respect that Sandra Harris will guest speak to the Death of the Progressive Conservative Party. Sandra is quite an intelligent lady and it is an honor to have her on the show. Sandra explained that Con supporters need to start understanding that Stephen Harper's is not the old Conservative party and she will be hear to speak to that revelation. Sandra has put out to very revealing videos. One is called Hey Steve which I have played here and the other is ca
Ross MacDonald is a contributing editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review, and is on the masthead of Vanity Fair magazine as a contributing artist. His illustrations have also appeared in The New Yorker, Newsweek, Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, The London Sunday Telegraph, Atlantic Monthly and Harpers. He has written and illustrated humor pieces for Newsweek, Time, Mother Jones, The New York Times Op Ed Page, and others. He has worked on ads, book covers, card
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Get Your Notebook Ready! Listen to Jean Libby lecture on the militant abolitionist,John Brown and his raid on Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Libby also dicusses in depth several other historic events which led to the Civil War. She is scheduled to speak at John Bro
Nancy Donahue began her career as one of the first international supermodels and has graced the covers of major fashion magazines, including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Self. A fitness pioneer, she published a training book and has now embarked on launching on a new company to benefit women's total well being - BelleCore. You may not know how Nancy struggled with anorexia and bullemia in her younger days. It was this pain, that propelled her passion into health, good self care,
hiddengospel.com SHALOM SHABBAT! Rev 14:1 And I looked, and, lo, a Lamb stood on the Mount Zion, and with him an 144,000, consecrated by His Father's name written in their foreheads. 14:2 And I heard a voice from heaven, the voice of many waters, as a voice of a great thunder: and I heard the voice of harpers harping with their harps: 14:3 And they sung together a holy song before the throne, and before the four creatures, and the