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The geeks host Jay Bushman of Fourth Wall Studios who will be discussing Transmedia and Ancilliary content. Jay is currently doing the transmedia for "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries." He was on the team which won an Emmy for transmedia for "Dirty Work."
The Real Rosewood Foundation, Inc.
The Real Rosewood Foundation was created in 2002 to develop a timeline, expand the search, find lost survivors, and locate descendants – black and white, inviting cultural participation to preserve an important history.
Though it has been ninety-two years since the massacre, the descendants are still in touch with their beginning. Each year in July they celebrate family reunions. They are not angry and do not dwell on the past destruction of their hometown. Choosing to attain higher learning, many have gone on to become educators, doctors, lawyers, engineers, superintendent of schools, and skilled workers. They never lost the work ethics and values instilled in them by their ancestors. A most recent development regarding Rosewood is the interest of white Rosewood descendants in helping protect the history.
This foundation is dedicated to building the Rosewood Black History Preservation and Research Center in memory of the Rosewood survivors and descendants at Mahulda's Archer, Florida homestead. Additionally, the foundation sponsors a scholarship in honor of Mahulda Gussie Brown Carrier, the third Rosewood schoolteacher employed in Levy County. Carrier is the first and only black female principal employed in Levy County and is believed the second black female principal hired in the state of Florida . The foundation is working to produce a documentary recapping real truths by historian Lizzie Jenkins, founder and president of The Real Rosewood Foundation, who is writing her life story which includes how she unlocked the secrets of Rosewood through consistent research. Moreover, the foundation is producing two songs, "Rosewood Florida" and "Rosewood, No More".
We will be live this evening from Selma Alabama with Lizzie Jenkins the founder of The Real Rosewood Foundation. We will also have other guest from around the country that will discuss their feelings on this historical weekend of Civil Rights Celebration. And, event that changed America. And, we honor the brave soldiers who came before us and made a change.
FROM THE DESK OF FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT, LIZZIE ROBINSON JENKINS:
Long before The Real Rosewood Foundation was created, my mother strongly suggested researching the real truths of the Rosewood occurrence. The two of us shared the dark secrets of the Rosewood story over the years starting in 1943, when I was only five. For me, the most significant part of the Rosewood story is centered on its schoolteacher, Mom’s sister, my favorite aunt and mentor, Mahulda Gussie Brown Carrier.
The memory of Rosewood is constantly on my mind. I have not been able to lay the burden of its history down. To my mother, Theresa Brown Robinson, Rosewood was a “song” etched in her heart. She promised my Aunt Mahulda that she would keep her secrets safely hidden, but the thought of what happened to her dear sister in Rosewood made the vow too tremendous a task to keep silent during the making of the movie, ROSEWOOD. As the title of the old Negro Spiritual suggests, “I Said I Wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody but I Couldn't Keep It to Myself,” my mother was compelled to share her sister’s story, reliving the horrifying and hostile events she witnessed in 1923, at age 21. Mom contributed a great deal of information to the moviemakers; however, they used her information and did not properly give credit.
She was offended after watching the Rosewood movie and charged me with completing her Rosewood research, firmly stating, "Mommy didn't raise no fools. You finish my research and tell our own Rosewood story. I have given you enough oral family history to make a documentary and you must do just that!"
Don't worry, we have no idea why we're doing this, either.
This Sunday is Wrestlemania 31, the biggest event in fake sports of the year. Because we're a bunch of children, we decided to do a podcast dedicate to WWE's premier event. Adam Collyer, Bill DiFilippo, BSD alum Dan Vecellio and CoachingSearch.com Managing Editor/contributor to The Only Colors (the network's Michigan State blog) Chris Vannini got together to talk about this year's card. If you have nothing better to do, we highly recommend listening as the guys get way too giddy about Brock Lesnar.
Widowed in 2006, award winning comedian and New York City playwright Carol Scibelli penned her memoir Poor Widow Me (Pigeon Press, 2011) about the humerous side of widowhood. Regarding the loss of her beloved husband of 33 years, Scibelli writes, “While I was waiting for his death to sink in, I’d sit on the floor of my closet, talking directly to my husband’s shirts and pants. They were unresponsive, but I knew in my heart that his Dockers missed me very much, too.”
Carol's often blogs about her life as a widow and her essays have been published in The New York Times, Newsday, and dozens of other publications for which she has received several awards. She is a member of the New York Friars Club, an association of comedians and celebrities, where she heads the “Meet Your Fellow Friars” committee and writes for their newsletter, Friar’s Epistle. She is also a founding member and Director of Programs for the nonprofit Manhattan Playwrights, Inc.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they talk with Carol Scibelli about widowhood on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at www.griefdiaries.com beginning at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern.
IAN SOMERHALDER MAKES HIS DIRECTORIAL DEBUT— After shutting off her humanity following the death of her mother, Caroline gives her friends an unexpected ultimatum. Not knowing how to handle the new Caroline, Stefan's attempt to intervene sets off a dangerous chain of events, leaving him and Elena in a race against the clock. Meanwhile, after seeking answers from Kai about the prison world, Damon's world is turned upside when he learns some devastating news about his mother, Lily. Elsewhere, Enzo finds himself becoming increasingly intrigued by Sarah, and Bonnie begins to struggle with the effects of being back in the real world.
Join hosts Raechel (@RaechelEP), Kristin (@kristin0409) and Keisha (@keelime_) as they discuss the latest episode of The Vampire Diares on Saturdays at 3 pm EST.
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So where are you storing up your treasures? Are you tucking them away down here on earth? Or are you investing in the long term option of storing up your treasures in Heaven?
When reality sets in on a believer and they have an understanding of the afterlife and what it will consist of...they tend to change their ways...
I know I did.
TUNE IN & TURN ON today and we will discuss this and much more.
God bless you all!
Sorry for the hiatus. I needed to get some things straight in my life. I wasn't certain that what I was doing with the broadcast was serving a fruitful purpose. I was wrong.
TUNE IN & TURN ON today and I will give a breakdown of what has happened in the last few months and what you can expect in the next few months.
God bless you all.
Get ready, get useful.
May He find you diligently working, regardless of your circumstances or whatever sin you are battling with in your life...
GET BUSY LIVING FOR JESUS!
Ted Cruz is right, the world is on fire. From ISIS to CERN to UFO's to Ebola to persecution to moral decay...the list goes on and on and on and on.
Now that I am back in the saddle again, we are going to discuss all the stuff that has transpired in the last few months what we can expect in the next few coming months and where we need to be focused as Christians.
This summer is going to a summer of discontent.
TUNE IN & TURN ON tomorrow.
God bless you all!
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Virginia, Richard Leigh was born into a home filled with domestic violence that ultimately claimed the life of both parents. Richard became an orphan at the tender age of four.
Going from family to family, he sought comfort in the form of music and songwriting. By the time he was ten, he was performing at church and school functions. By the time he was a teen, he was performing in music venues. Despite his humble beginnings, Richard went on to write songs for the greatest country music artists in history, including Ray Charles, George Jones, Alabama, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Dixie Chicks, and more. Award trophies include a Grammy, CMA Award, and Richard is one of only ten songwriters in history to ever receive the Song of the Century award. Arguably his most famous song, Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, reached #1 on both the Pop and Country charts, earning Richard his first Grammy. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1994. To date, Richard’s music has sold 50 million records and has made fourteen trips into the top ten, including eight #1 hits.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they talk with Richard Leigh about his humble beginnings and journey into stardom, and learn the story behind his keynote speech Three Minute Miracles: From Orphan to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday, March 18 beginning at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern.
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