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Larry Johnson, born in 1945 in Natchez, MS, is the author of Veins (David Robert Books, 2009) and has published poems in many magazines, such as New Orleans Review, The Iowa Review, Chronicles, and Town Creek poetry. He received the second MFA in Poetry ever given at the University of Arkansas. In the fall of 3006 he read a selection of his poems at the Library of Congress. He lives in Raleigh, NC, and teaches at Wake Technical Community College.
LARRY UKALI: AMERICAN CHALLENGES IN THE OBAMA ERA
LARRY UKALI JOHNSON-REDD will discuss Moving Toward Strategic National Black Consensus from -Pages 16 to 24 of his book American Challenges in the Obama Era.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 2014...12 p P/ 2 p C/ 3p E
The book is a great read!
In the tradition of a true Griot, Ukali passes on the ancient practice of putting us in touch with our roots, our blackness, and our birthright, so we can renew our commitment to ourselves, and our people.
Links to his books at Amazon.com
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Richard Street's Temptations/ Larry Johnson - Exclusive Interview - Wednesday, July 30 2014 - 5pm PST
Richard Allen Street (October 5, 1942 – February 27, 2013) was an American soul and R&B singer, most notable as a member of Motown vocal group The Temptations from 1971 to 1993. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Street was the first member of the Temptations to actually be a native of the city which served as Motown's namesake and hometown; all of the previous members were born and at least partially raised in the southern United States.Street was the lead singer of an early Temptations predecessor, Otis Williams & the Distants, and takes the spotlight on their local hit "Come On". The Distants also included future Temptations Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, and Elbridge "Al" Bryant, who left The Distants and their record deal with Johnnie Mae Matthews' Northern Records to form The Elgins (later The Temptations) with Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams. After their departure, Matthews had Street briefly lead a new Distants group in the early 1960s.During the mid-1960s, Street performed with a Motown act called The Monitors, who had only one minor hit, 1966's "Greetings (This is Uncle Sam)", to its name. They also had a big hit in 1965 called "Say You" which the Temptations included on one of their albums.Street knew the Temptations and Otis Williams, in particular, having worked for Motown in quality control and through his vocal work with the Distants and the Monitors. By the late-1960s, Street was being called upon to travel with The Temptations and sing Paul Williams' parts from off-stage, while Paul Williams, who suffered from both alcoholism and sickle-cell disease, danced and lip-synched onstage. Street officially replaced Paul Williams in mid-1971, after both he and Eddie Kendricks left the group.
TODAY ON THE AUTHOR LARRY TOOMBS GOSPEL RADIO SHOW WE WILL DISCUSS THE INJUSTUCE SHOOTING OF UNARMED MIKE BROWN OF FERGUSON MISSOURI, WHO WAS SHOT 6 TIMES AS AN AUTOSPY REVEALED. MIKE BROWN WAS SHOT 4 TIMES IN THE ARM AND TWO TIMES IN THE HEAD. WE WILL ALSO DISCUSS THE MARCHING ACCORDING TO THE U.S CONSTITUITION GUARANTEE THE U.S. CITIZEN THE RIGHT TO ASEMBLY BUT THE POLICE ARE SPRAYING THE PEOPLE WHO MARCH WITH PEPER SPRAY AND ALSO THE JAY NIXON HAS ORDERED THE NATIONAL GUARD IN THE CITY OF SAINT LOUIS.
Author, poet, song writer and recording artist Stephen Kalinich visits to chat about his latest projects and listen to his acclaimed album "Yo Ma Ma". Stephen Kalinich has written with The Beach Boys including Brian Wilson a song recorded by Brian and Paul Mc Cartney. Jon Tiven collaberates on this really unique rock album. Sounds much like The Rolling Stones classic "Exile on Main Street"...in my opinion..Larry Battson
Join us this evening, 08/13/2014 at 10:30pm est, here on Delicious Talk Radio the segment Bringing Sexy Back. We welcome our special guest Hip Hop artist Larry Lak Henderson. Larry uses his hip hop music to educate children. It's called the Hip-Hop and Education Project.If the kids are in bed you might want to archive this show and listen to it with them.It's going to be a very enlighten and informative show. Call in with your questions and comments # 646-652-2877. Log in create an account to chat in the chat room. You don't want to miss this show.
PARENTAL WARNING*** Lyrics in music played contain explicit language......New artist AUDIODACITY is going to rock Larry Battson's WILD WORLD with new tunes and some amazing songs from their first album. Folks this is a great band that you need to check out!!!!
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