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Maurice A. Barboza is the founder and CEO of National Mall Liberty Fund DC, a non-profit authorized by Public Law 112-239 to establish a memorial to African American contributions to liberty during the Revolutionary War. In September 2014, Public Law 113-176 made the National Liberty Memorial eligible for a site in Washington's Monumental Core. He said, "this memorial will remind Americans that it was their vision for America that prevailed."
Mr. Barboza has written opinion pieces and spoken extensively about the 30-year quest to construct the memorial and his aunt's trail-blazing battle in the mid-1980s for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution. A 2013 book, "Sacrificing Soldiers on the National Mall," by Kristin Haas, and a recent article in the Washington Post, "After 30 years, a site for memorial," by Tom Jackman, tell the story.
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What role did the Irish play in the Transatlantic slave trade? Were the Irish ever enslaved or slave owners?
Join my special guest, Dr. Maurice Gleeson for a compelling overview of Ireland and the Slave Trade.
Dr. Maurice Gleeson is a psychiatrist from Dublin who works in London as a pharmaceutical physician. He is an avid genealogist and has traced his Irish family tree back to about 1800 on half of his ancestral lines. Using DNA, he was able to get back into the 1600's on one line, and this inspired his interest in Ireland's involvement with the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Known for his YouTube videos, leading worship at the National Gospel Music Workshop of America, and being a Finalist on Season 2 of B.E.T.’s Sunday Best, Maurice Griffin is no stranger to the music industry.
Maurice has sold over 11,000 units from his debut project, "I Am Somebody". This has caused him to be considered as a New Artist of The Year Nominee for The 2013 Gospel Stellar Awards. Maurice has been blessed with a diverse musical style that reaches many different ethnic backgrounds, which is rare in... this industry and genre of music.
Maurice Griffin's CD "Believer" The EP Project drops July 15, 2014. #MakeADifference Help Get The Word Out All Over
The boss is back and he's interviewing Motown Maurice again for another quest evaluation. The first interview between The Boss & Motown Maurice was on October 19, 2010 for his 30th day quest evaluation. The purpose of this interivew is to determine the progress of 2011 and evaluate the future of Motown Maurice's quest.
We will paly Maurice Mattei and The Tempers new album ''Celebrity Issue '' in its entirety un interupted .
We are excited and honored to have coach Kevin Maurice, from the university of North Dakota, in the BYGP Locker Room tonight. Coach Maurice is a former Division 1-A football player, playing college ball at the university of Texas-El Paso and he has also coached at some of the top programs in the country, like Miami, Nevada, and Purdue.
Coach Maurice, has gotten results at every university he has worked at and he has granted us an opportunity to hear what it takes to be a division 1 football player, and attract college recruiters attention. This will be a show that you do not want to miss. Check it out!
Do you know someone who is missing the viable skills in order to be gainfully employed? Do you know someone who has been incarcerated, but is serious about becoming a productive citizen? Is this you? Tune in as Mr. Yancey welcomes back Maurice Stevens, Founder and President of Career Consulting Group, LLC and Principal with Career Development and Placement Strategies, Inc. They will talk about how to get your life back on track, as well as how to gain the skills needed to secure employment. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Maurice Griffin to Conversations LIVE to discuss the give of music he's been given, what it was like to share it with the world through the platform of BET's Sunday Best and now what he hopes listeners take away from his new album BELIEVER.
Maurice Kershaw (MA, FNGH), is an award-winning international teacher, lecturer, and professional hypnotherapist for over 50 years, having founded the Canadian Institute of Hypnotism in 1953. He is a student of Dr. Milton Erickson (often cited as the father of modern hypnotherapy) as well as J. Warren Beresford (of the British Society of Hypnotherapists) and Dr. William Bryan (founder and first president of the American Institute of Hypnosis and considered to be, along with Dr. Erickson, one of the two main figures in the field of hypnosis during the 20th century). Maurice Kershaw is also the first Canadian to have been President of the Association to Advance Ethical Hypnosis ( AAEH ) and is certified by AAEH as well as the International Society for Professional Hypnosis ( ISPH ), and the National Guild of Hypnotists ( NGH ). He is also chairman of the NGH board certification examiners.
Jennifer has over 15 years of experience in the medical and mental health systems. In Jennifer's pre-graduate years she began working at an adult drug rehabilitation centre as well as a local crisis centre. This is where she learned the true nature of what it meant to be a support person, advocate and counsellor. Following post-graduate studies, she furthered her career working at an adolescent treatment centre and then moved on to the hospital system where the majority of her years were devoted to working in psychiatry. Jennifer also served as the Ombudsman for the same hospital, honing her mediation skills.
Jennifer is delighted to have recently joined Reverse Management Associateswhere she will be providing Executive Coaching and Synergistic Team Building services.
On this week’s episode of the Goldstein on Gelt Show, Doug meets Maurice Ashley, a chess grandmaster, coach, and author. Find out how Maurice became the first African-American international chess grandmaster and what it takes to reach the top of your field. Is it all a question of practice, or do you need more than that?