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Join host Bernice Bennett and Genealogist/Film Producer Leonard Smith III for a discussion on how to preserve and honor the legends in your life through mini-documentaries. Mr. Smith has over thirty–seven years of experience in graphics, photography,video and multimedia technology. His website http://www.searchingfamilyhistory.com/ offers innovative strategies to the beginner family researcher. Some of his projects include, a promotional DVD for the Black and Indian Mi
Kick the week off to a strong start with... Monday Morning Momentum, provided by The Women’s Business Momentum Center.
In this weeks episode it's time to visually stimulate yourself and try those dreams on for size as we create your Best Week Yet.
Women in business join Managing Director, Marianne Emma Jeff from the comfort of your own home or office and make this your Best Week Yet.
Brew yourself a nice cup of coffee and jump on the show!
During this brief 20 - 30 minute show you will be guided step by step thru the process to: *Find your BIG frogs so you can eat them first *Save time and money by identifying your 20% actions *Enjoy the community and accountability of the group (even if you sit quietly in the back - virtually that is) Find out more about The Women's Business Momentum Center by clicking here.
"The Women's Business Momentum Center, showing women how to create million dollar plus business by thinking BIG, starting small and staying consistant"
Neal is a Forbes Top 50 (#28 in 2012, #33 in 2013) Social Media Power Influencer, creator of the AdAge Top 100 Global Marketing Blog and Windmill Networking (now Maximize Social Business), and a global social media speaker.Neal says that companies need to do away with their haphazard, scattershot approach to social media and create an internal plan that everyone can understand.In his new book, Maximize Your Social, Neal provides readers with a framework for cataloging their social media efforts and a strategy for documenting, planning and implementing their social media strategy in such a way that they can best optimize their social media presence.With targeted advice on the major social media platforms, Neal equips readers with the tools necessary to future-proof their social media efforts in the ever-changing world of social media.
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LIVE: THURSDAY, 14 March 2013 at 1:00pm EST We had a terrific show yesterday with two veteran genealogists, Barbara Mathews, CG and Melinde Lutz Byrne, FASG, CG. In the first half hour the discussion with Barbara Mathews centered around records access. The second half hour featured Melinde Lutz Byrne talking about researching in the 1600s. You will enjoy the topics! Yesterday's show was supposed to feature Bonnie Hurd Smith speaking about her book Mingling Souls Upon Paper. Due to illness
My maternal grandmother Josephine Richardson Harrell's grandfather Thomas Richardson was born a slave in 1853 on the plantation of Benjamin and Celia Bankston in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana. Thomas and his mother Carrie was sold in 1855 along with 24 other slaves on the plantation. The slaves valued at $18,900 dollars in 1855.
Thomas met and married Amanda Breland Richardson in 1880. They gave birth to five childen. Annie, Thomas, Golene, Sophia and John. All five children were born in St. Helena Parish. My great grandfather Thomas Richardson were born in 1886.
After he became a man he met and married Emma Vining Richardson of St. Helena Parish. To their union four children were born; Josephine, Alexander, Rosabell and Alma.
Please join host Antoinette has she discuss tracing her materanal family roots in St. Helena Parish.
Each week, Project Highway will bring a 30-minute live update from the road, all across the country, wherever they happen to be, and this week they will be broadcatsing from New Mexico! Project Highway is the journey of two stand-up comedians, Barbara Perez and Mike Motz. They will travel together across America, finding work along their route for their gas and food; performing comedy at every opportunity, while meeting and inspiring other people to rediscover their own dreams while documenting it all for broadcast.
This is Woman of Color month for The African American Biography Series of 2013. Our biography for tonight is that of Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. The African American Biography Series of 2013 is documenting Black History on Internet Radio. With that in mind, I , Laura Gall must say this year long series has something in common with Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. She, Mrs. Higginbotham, is a Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. Her writings span diverse fields--African American religious history, women's history, civil rights, constructions of racial and gender identity, electoral politics and the intersection of theory and history. One of her most cited and reprinted articles is "African American Women's History and the Metalanguage of Race," winner of the best article prize of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians in 1993. You are listening to Blogtalkradio. I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is You Talk Too Much. My show airs on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:00 pm est. My call in number is 1-714-242-5273. You Talk Too Much is proud to bring to you the biography of Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. Please enjoy the show. Thank you for listening.
Terry Persun at: www.terrypersun.com is a recurring guest and will chat with Dialogue host Susan Wingate.
Terry will be a regularly-scheduled guest on Dialogue with monthly appearances and will teach us aspects of publishing, craft, and how to succeed in this business of writing.
Tomorrow Terry will chat about his latest book THE NSA FILES and how he worked through researching this book.
Terry Persun's Bio
WINNER of the 2012 IPPY AWARD for Sweet Song, and Amazon bestselling novelist, Terry Persun, writes novels and stories that reach as far back as the American Civil War where a mulatto passes for white in his novel SWEET SONG, and as far forward as the future of mankind traveling the galaxy in his novel HEAR NO EVIL. He writes in multiple genres, including mainstream contemporary, historical fiction, crime/detective, science fiction, and fantasy.
Is snooping EVER good for your relationship? Does it show signs of insecurity....does it let your partner know you don't trust them? If your partner isn't hiding any thing, why should there be an issue? Well this is what many are saying....once you're in a committed relationship, things should not be hidden from your mate; however, others feel like you will always need your privacy. Some men will trust their spouse with their social security number, credit cards, etc but will NOT give up that code to their cell phone, lol. Are you hiding something? When you do this, is causes suspicion and makes a woman want to dig deeper. Men, you're not off the hook.....some of you snoop too! What causes a person to snoop? Intuition, past relationships, insecurities....what is it? Have you ever snooped and found any thing? They say you get exactly what you're looking for. Well HELLO, that was the reason for "researching" lol. Or how about snooping and never found any thing? Does that stop you from snooping in the future? Well tune in this Wednesday and join us with our special guest: Comedian, Barry S. Naylor from Got Jokes Improv and Jazz and Jokes in Tampa, FL. and share your thoughts and experiences with us. Let us know how you feel on this topic!
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