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  • 01:59

    The National Brotherhood Conference of the Nation Of Islam Radio Program

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  • 01:05

    New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center

    in History

    Jim Gandy, librarian-archivist at the New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center, joins Jane to talk about the collection in the archives at the museum in Saratoga Springs. Find out the history of this repository gem, how it's connected to the New York State National Guard, and what its collection contains. Jim will talk about some of the highlights and what can be found online.

    NYSMM website: https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/mil-hist.htm

    NYSMM on NewYorkHeritage.org: http://cdm16694.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/nysmm

  • 01:04

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    A scholar, historian, poet, and social and cultural commentator, Dr. Afua Cooper’s expertise in and contributions to the arts, history, and education were recognized when she was presented in 2005 with the Harry Jerome Award for Professional Excellence, and in 2007 with the Planet Africa Renaissance Award. Afua holds a Ph.D. in Black Canadian Studies and the African Diaspora from the University of Toronto. Her expertise includes African Canadian culture, Black women’s history, gender, slavery, abolition, and freedom, Black literatures, and education. She has conducted research on African-descended people and their culture across Canada, and internationally in Jamaica, France, the United States, Britain, Senegal, and Ethiopia. Her co-authored publication We’re Rooted Here and they Can’t Pull Us Up: Essays in African Canadian Women’s History won the Joseph Brant prize for the best history book. Her ground-breaking book on Canadian slavery, The Hanging of Angelique: The Untold Story of Slavery in Canada and the Burning of Old Montreal was nominated for the Governor General’s award. Afua has curated and worked on six exhibits including, The Underground Railroad, Next Stop Freedom,Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada, and The Transatlantic Slave Trade. In addition, Afua has designed and taught courses on gender, and Black history and culture at several universities. She has also lectured on these topics nationally and internationally. Further, Dr. Cooper served as the co-ordinator and chief knowledge officer of the Ontario Initiative to Commemorate the Bicentenary of the British Slave Trade Abolition, in 2007.  Essence Magazine named her as one of the twenty-five women who are shaping the world.

  • 00:45

    The National Brotherhood Conference of the Nation Of Islam Radio Program

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  • 00:06

    Tennessee Museum Of Aviation: A Living Museum Honoring Our Veterans

    in Aviation

    The best way to honor our veterans is to remember the sacrifices they have made. It is important for younger generations to learn about history from places that preserve these cherished memories and see items that belonged to our veterans. The TN Museum of Aviation is open year round and is a “living” museum. The exhibits and aircraft change frequently which makes each visit memorable. The museum is a great place for families to reminisce with veterans willing to share their memories with younger generations. When you visit the Tennessee Museum of Aviation, you are taking a step back in time to experience a part of history in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Vietnam War Veteran, Mr. Don Campbell about an amazing collection of memorabilia at the Tennessee Aviation Museum in beautiful Sevierville, Tennessee! Today’s show is sponsored by The City of Sevierville, the east coast’s hottest most affordable eco-travel destination for families, couples and holiday weekends. If you want to relax, reconnect with nature and have the time of your life, please check out VisitSevierville.com! Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes!     


  • 02:22


    in National

     The stock market  CNN: "After an unprecedented 1,000-point decline at the open on Monday, the Dow closed with a loss of nearly 600 points." THIS WAS IN THE FIRST 10 MINUTES OF THE OPENING OF THE MARKET ON MONDAY, the word was out and the people reacted with this shot across the bow of the ship of WHITE COPORATE AMERICA, from a black united fornt of the  NATIONAL BLACKOUT MOVEMENT.  A drastic blow to the cheep electronics and toys built in China and sold during this week this is how the report went for them:"It was an extremely turbulent day for U.S. stocks driven by deep fears about China's economic slowdown. Stocks staged a comeback that nearly brought the Dow back into positive territory but that ultimately failed. The 588-point decline was the worst for the Dow since August 2011." Dow Jones Industries also makes War Toys for our kids like TOY GUNS THAT LOOK REAL,  they also make the real deal which means a lot to this drop.

    "Global fears about China's economic slowdown are shaking stock markets around the world for a second week in a row. The wave of selling knocked the S&P 500 into correction mode for the first time since 2011 and the Dow to its lowest close in a year and a half." The supply of CHEEP TOYS FROM CHINA ARE THE BIGEST STOCK SOLD at this time, and Dow Jones is their major supporter.  "Within minutes after the opening bell, the Dow plummeted 1,089 points. That is the largest point loss ever during a trading day, surpassing the Flash Crash of 2010." 

    SO NOW THE QUESTION IS WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE, Dr. Shabazz? I am sure his lecture will lead us forward on our path to economic revolutionary struggle and eventually victory.

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    Audio Tour of the Door County Maritime Museum

    in Lifestyle

    On Thursday, November 5th, Going Home with Tony takes the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio on the road again.  This time host Tony Scimeca and cohost Claudia Scimeca go to the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin.  There they will do an audio tour of the museum and talk to the wonderful staff about the ships of Lake Michigan, ship building, ship wrecks, lighthouses and more.  We will be there at the start of the museum's Merry-Time Tree Festival which runs until December 8th at which time, the trees, decorated and adorned by local businesses and organizations will be auctioned off to lucky winners. We are thrilled to be able to experience the museum and its treasure trove of information while delighting in holiday decorations!  AND, as if hanging out at this amazing museum wasn't enough, because it is the first Thursday of the month, our resident tech guru, Carolyn Nicander Mohr of The Wonder of Tech will join us to share the latest and greatest in tech innovations. 

    Find out more about the Door County Maritime Museum by checking out their website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

    Enjoy the show!

  • 01:00

    The Lie about the Minnesota Black History Museum

    in News

    Mr. Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen will tell our listeners the truth about what happened to the museum and much, much more. They phone lines will be open.



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    The National Brotherhood Conference of the Nation Of Islam Radio Program

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