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  • 01:58

    Josephine Bolling, Author: The Penalty for Success 9:15 P.M. 10:00 P.M. Love

    in Lifestyle

    Josephine Bolling McCall was born in Lowndes County, Alabama. She attended G. W. Carver High School in Montgomery, Alabama State University and Auburn University.  She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (Retired), and was the first black president of the Alabama Association of School Psychologists and first person ever elected to serve two presidential terms.  She was the first black to serve as Alabama’s delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists.  She retired as Director of Special Education from the Phenix City Public Schools.  After retirement, she served as the Director of the Alabama League for the Advancement of Education working with six historical black colleges to provide tutorial and other educational services to public school children.

    McCall has served as president of: the Montgomery Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Inc., and The Elite Social and Civic Club; she is a member of The Carats, Inc. She served as president of the Montgomery Education Retirees Association, Area Director of the Alabama Education Retirees Association and member of the Alabama Education Retirees Foundation Board.  She currently serves as the president of The Elmore Bolling Foundation which she founded to preserve the legacy of her father.

    Josephine and husband, Charlie, have two children, Carlton Alan (Chuck) McCall and Jerilyn McCall Corlew and three grandchildren Adam McCall and Matthew and Clark Corlew. 

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  • 01:17

    What Happened to Kendrick Johnson~Justice for KJ

    in Radio

    This information is from Wikipedia~On January 11, 2013, Kendrick Johnson's body was found in a rolled up wrestling mat in the gymnasium of Lowndes High School, Valdosta, Georgia, USA, where he was a student.[1][2][3] A preliminary investigation and autopsy concluded that the death was accidental. Johnson's family had a private pathologist conduct another autopsy which concluded that Johnson died from blunt force trauma. On October 31, 2013, the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia announced that the office would open a formal review into Johnson's death.[4] Johnson's family is dissatisfied with the pace of this review, as well.[5]

  • 00:31


    in Politics

    Quotes from HUEY P. NEWTON

    "From all of these things-the books, Malcolm's sprit, our analysis of the local situation-the idea of an organization was forming. One day, quite suddenly, almost by chance we found a name. I had read a pamphlet about voter registration in Mississippi, how the people in Lowndes County had armed themselves against Establishment violence.  Their political group, called Lowndes County Freedom Organization, had a black panther for its symbol.  A few days later while Bobby and I were rapping, I suggested that we use the Panther as our symbol and call our political vehicle the BLACK PANTHER PARTY.  The Panther is a fierce  animal, but he will not attack until he is backed into a corner; then he will,strike out.  The image seemed appropriate, and Bobby agreed without discussion.  At this point, we knew it was time to stop talking and begin organizing. Although we had always wanted to get away from the intellectualize get and rhetoric characteristic of other groups, at times we were as inactive as they were. The time had come for action."

  • 00:07

    Leil Lowndes - Make Anyone Fall In Love 01 12

    in Entertainment

    Leil Lowndes - Make Anyone Fall In Love 01 12

  • 00:21

    Leil Lowndes - Make Anyone Fall In Love 01 12

    in Entertainment

    Leil Lowndes - Make Anyone Fall In Love 01 12

  • 00:40

    Pass the Tissues: A Monthly Lifetime Movie Review

    in Entertainment

    Join Michael Ornelas, Andrew Pish, and James McEnelly once a month as we watch a Lifetime Original Movie and talk about how much we FREAKING LOVED IT!

    In our debut episode, we watched the Will Ferrell & Kristen Wiig-driven juggernaut "A Deadly Adoption" which just premiered on Saturday night. Inspired by a true story, A Deadly Adoption is a high-stakes dramatic thriller about a successful couple (Ferrell and Wiig) who house and care for a pregnant woman (Jessica Lowndes) during the final months of her pregnancy with the hopes of adopting her unborn child.

    This may possibly the best use of 90 minutes one can spend.

  • 02:59

    The Gospel Imperials "LIVE" CD "DO IT FOR ME" @ Howcee Productions Gospel

    in Music

    The Gospel Imperials  The Gospel Imperials 36th Anniversary Saturday, July 25

    at 5:00pm in CDT  Draper Memorial Church of God in Christ

    313 Beirne Ave NE, Huntsville, Alabama 35801

    JULY  25    The Gospel Imperials 36th Anniversary

    Marcellus Bostic & Pursuaded Music Ministry


    Members: Marcellus Bostic - Founder & Director Sopranos: Ethel Campbell, Charlotte Jones, Tammy Poole, Minister Angelia Cooper, Nisha Hutchinson, Allison Brazelton Altos: Stephanie Haynes, Brittany Holman, Jamonica England, Kendria England, Kim Hammonds, Tasha Byers Tenors: Deacon Lonnie Cawthorne, Tory Jones, Delfonso Mack, Kenneth Alexander, Alvin Brown, James Gatewood Musicians: William Pendleton, Keyboard Jonathan Brown, Auxiliary Tevin Adkins, Keyboard Jonathan Bender, Organist Terrance Griffin, Bass Guitar Steven Blackmon, Percussionist

    Genre: Gospel Hometown: Madison, AL

    Joffrey D. Moore‎Alabama Mass Choir - River Region/Central Alabama District

    This region of the Alabama Mass Choir covers the following counties Montgomery, Elmore, Autauga, Macon, Lowndes, Dallas, Lee, Pike, Butler, and Bullock.

    Minister Joffrey D. Moore, Regional Minister of Music.

  • 01:15

    The Goddess Rising Network :Justice or Injustice, The Eric Sheppard Story

    in Current Events

    The Valdosta Daily Times has received an exclusive short video and lengthy manifesto from wanted student-protester Eric Sheppard.

    The video, that simply authenticates the message from Sheppard, is posted here.

    The manifesto from Sheppard, posted here, contains speech and language that might be considered offensive.

    The message from Sheppard contains specific references to this weekend’s graduation ceremonies at Lowndes High School.

    Police Chief Brian Childress has said while Sheppard’s rhetoric contains threats, but he and his department do not consider the threats to be credible.

    Officials have suggested the message amounts to a publicity stunt by Sheppard.

    Sheppard has been on the run since a warrant was issued for his arrest in connection with bringing a gun onto campus following a protest at Valdosta State University.

    While The Valdosta Daily Times understands concerns over the release of the video and message, The Times chose to release what it received from Sheppard in order to provide the most complete information to the general public possible. The Times had been told if the newspaper did not release Sheppard’s statement it would be released through other means. The Valdosta Daily Times decided to release the information with complete details about how it was obtained, along with how it was being viewed by local law enforcement.

  • 02:57

    Yes Healing History's Wounds One -On- One Make IT Right

    in Education

    His Ancestors Were Slave Traders and Hers Were Slaves. What They Learned About Healing from a Roadtrip

    We embarked upon a journey to test whether two people ?could come to grips with deep, traumatic, historic wounds and find healing. We had no idea where we would end up.

    Sharon’s Story

    I burst into tears in the parking lot of the Lowndes County Interpretive Center in rural Alabama. Tom and I were five days into the 6,000-plus mile ?healing journey? that informed "Gather at the Table", the book we wrote about healing the many wounds Americans inherited from the legacy of slavery. We had just crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma where, in March 1965, John Lewis (now a 15-term U.S. congressman) and more than 600 protesters tried to begin a 54-mile march to Montgomery. On a day that came to be known as ?Bloody Sunday,? Alabama state troopers confronted the peaceful marchers and viciously attacked them with billy clubs. I watched these events unfold on television as a 14-year-old child embraced in the warm comfort of my family home in Chicag

    Tom’s Story

    I didn?'t know what to say. So I said nothing. I sat in the passenger seat next to Sharon while she sobbed. Twenty minutes earlier, on the drive from the Voting Rights Museum, I had asked her, ?What would you do if you had lived here then??

    ?I would kill them,? she said, staring straight ahead as she drove, clutching the steering wheel in a death grip. I watched the first tear roll down her cheek.

    Reprints and reposts: YES! Magazine encourages you to make free use of this article by taking these easy steps. Creative Commons License

  • 02:03

    SMARTASSES RADIO: Jessica Lowndes & Kenneth Stevenson Redux

    in Comedy

    Jul7 7, 2014 - Guest: Jessica Lowndes & Kenneth Stevenson Encore

    Smartasses Radio - “Hot Chicks, Geek Culture and Unbridled Smartassery.” With your host, the creator of Smartasses Magazine, voice actor Johnny Video of Johnny Video Celebrity Voice Impersonations!

    Smartasses Radio airs every Monday night at 7 PM ET – 4PM PT, featuring cutting edge humor and an eclectic mix of guests. To interact with the hosts, follow @SmartassesNet on Twitter and use the hashtag #HailJackie.

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  • 01:21

    Justice for River - Returned to Abusers Needs Our Help

    in Pets

    This heartbreaking story will leave you in tears so be sure to have your tissues ready then be prepared to take action. River escaped the Hell in which he was living and found his way into the home and hearts of a pair of loving souls. He was given love, proper food, a soft warm bed, and proper veterinary care only to be ripped away and handed back to the horrible conditions he so despirately tried escaping. I read the petition, cried, got angry, signed the petition (www.change.org/p/sam-olens-brian-childress-rescue-river-from-his-abusers), shared it, 'liked' the facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Justice4River), then created this show to tell you about this precious soul who needs our help. Please don't turn your back on River. Listen to his story, get angry, sign the petition, like his page, and share this show. Let's get the entire world involved in this case and let's save the life of this dog and his cell mate. I know he can count on us!

    Links for further information......PLEASE READ!!!

    Animal Ordinance Link

    Reply from Lowndes County

    Music by: Maria Daines, Majestic, and Tourniquet!!!!

    Pawz up!!!!!