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Part forensic scientist, part master sleuth, Megan Smolenyak2 has solved some of America's oldest and most fascinating genealogical mysteries. You've read the headlines; now get the inside story as the "Indiana Jones of genealogy" reveals how she cracked her news-making cases, became the face of this increasingly popular field—and redefined history along the way. Whether she's scouring websites to uncover the surprising connections between famous figures or using cu
Our favorite natural beauty blogger Francheska Medina of HeyFranHey.com returns to TD Radio to share some awesome tips that will have us looking our best this summer! Tune in as hosts Aeshia, Damaris and DJ Tyger Lilly chat with the NY native before she hosts Teen Diaries' upcoming Pretty Girls Sweat running event on May 25th.
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The Grass Roots Project
Grass Roots Project with Tariq Abdur-Rahshid is hard hitting, high pitch talk that might remind you of Malcolm X back in the day. Host Tariq Abdur-Rahshid explores Islam from a grass roots approach delivering a message with an attitude but real!
Join us in the Southern Roots Kitchen today with food blogger Kimberlee Stevenson.
Kimberlee S Stevenson is the owner of Southern Roots Kitchen; born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts where her love for being in the kitchen began at an early age. While watching her mother, aunts, uncles, grandparents and great-grandmother cook in the kitchen Kimberlee began to learn her way around the kitchen.
Attending the Springfield Girls Club Family Center for their after school program gave her the chance to learn even more about cooking and baking. As a member of the Busy Bees Cooking Club under the direction of the head cook Mary ‘Mama Morgan’ Kimberlee learned different kitchen essentials and baked her first batch of Peanut Butter cookies. Every chance she got Kimberlee spent time in the kitchen anxious to learn all that she could.
As years passed by Kimberlee continued to keep cooking close to her heart, baking cakes, pies and cookies for close family and friends. Stepping out on faith and with the support from family and friends, Kimberlee decided to turn her passion and love for cooking into her business, Southern Roots Kitchen.
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HAWAH: The Poetry of Yoga Vol. 2
HAWAH is an artist, author, educator, and non-profit leader. He has authored 5 books, produced 3 documentary films and 2 musical CDs; he is the creator/ editor of “The Poetry of Yoga” book anthology.
The Poetry of Yoga (2 volume anthology set) offers poetry from 19 countries and 300+ yogi poets! A Contemporary vista capturing the heart of yoga in the 21st Century and reflecting on the landscape and breath of human experience.
Gangaji shares a simple message –This is an invitation to shift your allegiance from the activities of your mind to the eternal presence of your being. A teacher and author, she shares her direct experience of the essential message she received from Papaji and offers it to all who want to discover a true and lasting fulfillment.
The Brewers..."A Black Family Searches for Its Roots" with Beatryce Nivens
Learn why would whites in a small Southern town put a black woman's obituary in the family scrapbook? Why would one of the cousin's treasure it so long? Who is Emiline Watts? What is the connection with the Watts family?
Beatryce Nivens author, family historian, motivational speaker, nationally recognized business/ career expert and executive coach will discuss her newest book - Children Go Where I Send Thee. Her other books include: the highly acclaimed Success Strategies for African Americans (Plume); the pioneering The Black Woman’s Career Guide (Doubleday); Careers for Women Without College Degrees (McGraw-Hill) and more.
Beatryce Nivens (A View From The Top: The Inspiring Success Stories of 15 Black CEOs, Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs) and actress Kym Whitley (“Raising Whitley,” a Tyler Perry production on the OWN Network) were recently pleasantly surprised when they learned about the untold history that was hidden in plain sight. In a surprising way, their ‘roots’ unraveled to bring into focus the multiracial heritage of their historically bound families – the Brewers (African Americans) and the Watts (white) families. Today, the families now unite to honor a woman ‘Emiline’ who represented a family bond that began during slavery and now survives in the lives of descendants–black and white.
The number of girls missing is staggering. The National Congress of Mothers appeared in Washington on April 27th to "file a plea" for the 65,000 missing girls who had not been found. What is totally mind boggling is that according to the article, a "great majority of these girls were captured by Catholic priests and sentenced to slavery in the Houses of the Good Shepherd."
Do you think that this could still be happening today? Please join host Antoinette Harrell for this rebroadcast talk show.
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