• 00:29

    Stan Houston from "Selma"

    in Entertainment

    An up and coming actor, Stan Houston got one of his bigger roles to date in the Oscar nominated "Selma" as Sheriff Jim Clark. Houston shared the screen with many of the stars of the movie including rising star David Oyelowo.


    Houston is currently working on a new tv show in "South of Hell" starring Mena Suvari.


    We will talk to Houston on his growing career and working on such a high touted movie.

  • 00:31

    "Selma" Actor Clay Chappell

    in Entertainment

    Having shared the big screen with Jim Caviezel, Sam Sherpard, Andie MacDowell, and Tyler Perry, Clay Chappell has his biggest movie role to date in the Golden Globe winning "Selma", produced by Oprah Winfrey. Chappell was previledged to share the scene with Winfrey in one of the most climatic scenes in the movie.

    The Georgia native not only acts, but is an accomplished golfer and he teaches junior golf He also co-owns and operates the Athens Area Junior Golf Tour and Oconee Junior Golf League.

    We will talk to Chapell about working with a talented cast, his future projects, and his mission to bring golf to the next generation.

     

     

  • 02:05

    50 Years After Selma

    in Radio

    This show is all about where are we today, 50 years after Selma. Has the movement lost all the key elements needed to move forward. As a race of people have Blacks lost focus, unity, key leadership and the drive to take the movement to the next level. Fifty years later Blacks are still facing racism, excessive force by police and a voter rights act that does not give Blacks the full voting privileges that all other groups are afforded. Ferguson is a clear example of how excessive force by police is still being used on peaceful protesters just as it was on Bloody Sunday 50 years ago.

  • 00:31

    "Selma" Actor Clay Chappell

    in Entertainment

    Having shared the big screen with Jim Caviezel, Sam Sherpard, Andie MacDowell, and Tyler Perry, Clay Chappell has his biggest movie role to date in the Golden Globe winning "Selma", produced by Oprah Winfrey. Chappell was previledged to share the scene with Winfrey in one of the most climatic scenes in the movie.


    The Georgia native not only acts, but is an accomplished golfer and he teaches junior golf He also co-owns and operates the Athens Area Junior Golf Tour and Oconee Junior Golf League.


    We will talk to Chapell about working with a talented cast, his future projects, and his mission to bring golf to the next generation.


     


     

  • 00:39

    #2015OscarNominations #Selma #awardsnubs

    in Entertainment

    On Friday's show, Derrick will talk about the recent Oscar nominations, yet "Selma" only receives two nominations-Best Picture and Best Song.  Should have been more? Plus we'll be talkig about President Obama announcing the America's College Promise Proposal, where you can get a 2yr college degree for free.


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  • 01:59

    Selma and the state of black films

    in History

    Dr. Katrina D. Thompson, Associate Professor of History at the St. Louis University will talk about the movie Selma, the historical Selma movement and the state of black film.

  • 00:30

    Selma "50" On the Next "Conversations Of A Sistah"

    in Radio

    Join our Host, Ms. Tracy L. Bell on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she highlights "SELMA 50" or "Bloody Sonday" which heralds the men and women who fought for Civil Rights in the 1960's. With special guest, Ms. Ashley S. Mason, Director of Tourism for Selma and Dallas County for the Selma-Dallas County, Chamber of Commerce office. This past weekend, the occasion was commemorated with a march led by President Barack Obama across the "Edmund Pettus Bridge", which is named (by the way) after a KKK Grand Wizard. Be sure and "tune in" for this historic conversation.

  • 00:45

    Selma was Not just a Movie

    in Politics

    Selma was not a movie,it was the struggle for the liberation of African people in America.
    Anonymous
    On June 25 of last year, the Court effectively struck down the heart of the Voting Rights Act by freeing nine states, mostly in the South, to change their election laws without advance federal approval.Since then, at least nine states have moved to restrict voting rights. Is there anything more disgraceful in a democracy? Will the Supreme Court come to understand we’re not a Third World country?Richard Valeriani


     


     

  • 02:55

    Selma - Has Anything Really Changd?

    in Radio

    Moving vintage photographs capture the tension, tenderness and violence of Bloody Sunday marches in Selma 50 years ago
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2984806/Moving-vintage-photographs-capture-tension-tenderness-violence-Bloody-Sunday-marches-Selma-50-years-ago.html#ixzz3ToKJM49N
     


    Cop who killed unarmed black teen in Wisconsin is named as it's revealed the victim has a conviction for an armed home invasion
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2984558/Tony-Robinson-shot-dead-cop-Wisconson-unarmed-police-confirm-city-mayor-describes-shooting-tragedy-description.html#ixzz3ToKT89Qt


    'Our march is not yet finished. But we're getting closer': Thousands gather to see Obama mark the 50th anniversary of Selma
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2984327/Thousands-gather-hear-Obama-historic-speech-Selma-50th-anniversary-Bloody-Sunday-march-saw-600-protesters-beaten-police.html#ixzz3ToLEZ2zc
     

  • 02:21

    Sista Sondra - Live from Selma

    in News

    Veteran radio personality Sista Sondra comes to you live from the 50th Anniversary of the historic March on Selma, also known as Bloody Sunday.  Sista Sondra is on the ground in Selma, Alabama, talking to foot soldiers, veteran civil rights activists and people traveling to this historic event that will feature President Barack Obama, Claudette Colvin, Amelia Boynton Robinson, Dick Gregory, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Tyrese, Kirk Franklin, and a host of others.  Check out www.selma50.com for more details.


     

  • 02:59

    Selma to Montgomery March (1965)

    in Current Events

    On 25 March 1965, Martin Luther King led thousands of nonviolent demonstrators to the steps of the capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, after a 5-day, 54-mile ...


    On 25 March 1965, Martin Luther King led thousands of nonviolent demonstrators to the steps of the capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, after a 5-day, 54-mile march from Selma, Alabama, where local African Americans, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) had been campaigning for voting rights. King told the assembled crowd: ‘‘There never was a moment in American history more honorable and more inspiring than the pilgrimage of clergymen and laymen of every race and faith pouring into Selma to face danger at the side of its embattled Negroes’’ (King, ‘‘Address at the Conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March,’’ 121).
     

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