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    Missing Pages Of History Inc.

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    Join "Missing Pages of History" today, Sat. Feb. 28, 2015 at 12 Noon. Today's topic is: " From 1965 to Today...What Has Change...The Gap Inequalities?" & "DoesBlack Lives Matter?" Join us by dailing 818-337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc

     

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    Missouri's Black History

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    February marks Black History Month, and in celebration, World Footprints returns to Missouri; a state that has made a unique contribution to America’s history. Ian and Tonya will speak to Father Moses Berry, founder of the Ozarks African American Heritage Museum in Ash Grove. Then, Angela da Silva of Lindenwood University will join them to talk about a few Missourians who rose from slavery to national prominence. Finally, we journey to Independence, Missouri to explore some of the history and places were African American contributions have not been forgotten.

  • Missing Pages Of History

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    Join "Missing Pages of History" bi-weely on Saturdays at 12 (Noon) EST. We come to be a vocie for the underserved communities and people.  Come and help MPH in filling in our "missing pages of history" by listening in at 818-337-0016, or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc. Our next radio program will be held on Sat., Feb 14, 2015. If you would like to be a guest, member or supporter, please contact us at: missingpagesofhistory1@yahoo.com.

  • 01:01

    Celebrating Black History - In Literary Color

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    Step into the words and paintings of award-winning writers and artists as we celebrate black history in literary color. Award-winning artist Michele Wood’s work reflects a deep sense of history and place. As a painter, illustrator, designer and writer, she has gained wide recognition and has earned multiple awards including the prestigious American Book Award for her first book, Going Back Home.  Michelle is also a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award recipient from the American Library Association.  Michele’s artistry continues to explode in her other works, I See the Rhythm and I See the Rhythm of Gospel.


    Fond memories of swimming with “Uncle Martin” is how a small Paula Young-Shelton recalls many days with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  As the daughter of former United Nations Ambassador and former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, Paula offers a human side to the icons of the civil rights movement through her young eyes.  Paula’s accounts are colorfully shared in her children’s book “Child of the Civil Rights Movement.”


    Pulitzer-Prize winning author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles America’s Great Migration of African-Americans in her epic novel, The Warmth of Other Suns.  Isabel shares many accounts of African-Americans who left the south between 1915 to 1970 in search of freedom and opportunity and, in doing so, changed a nation and the world.  The Migration of over 6 million black folks from the south not only transformed society, politics, economics and culture, these events also changed the course of history

  • 00:43

    Missing Pages Of History

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    Join "Missing Pages of History" on Saturdays, Bi-Weekly at 12 Noon. We do "Current Events, News You Can Use & Hot Topics." Come and help us fill out some of our "missing pages of history" by dialing 818-337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history

  • 00:45

    Missing Pages Of History

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    Join "Missing Pages Of History" as we speak "truth to power" and become a voice for the underserved communities. Join us on Saturdays, 12 Noon by dialing 818-337-0016 or go online at: wwwblogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-on-history-inc. Today's (Sat. Jan. 17, 2015) topics are: "Africans, Devati, Pills and Lawsuit", "Target Practice by Police Academy...Why Us!" and "Black Lives Matter!"

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    PerAnkhLIVE! SaAnkhtified Sundays- Afrakan Black World History- February 8.2015

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    TuneIn to PerAnkhLIVE! SaAnkhtified Sundays Afrakan Black History Heritage Month Series. Highlights: Afrakan Black Indigenous World History Facts, Our Ancestral Legacy, International Decade for People of African Descent: Justice, Recognition and Development (UN2015-2024); Our Sovereignty & More!


    PerAnkhLIVE! is a weekly broadcast sharing inspirational perspectives and informational facts in respect of Rehk Djesek Tepi Nefer- Know Yourself for the Greatest Good.  February 2015 Themes: Afrakan Black History Month; UN International Decade for People of African Descent; Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Reports; Social Justice; Heritage Education & Arts Literacy initiatives (HEAL365) & More! Call in LIVE @ 917-932-8605. Email- perankh@gmail.com. Share your voices, events, movement& more. Listen to excerpts of the Decree of the Sacred and Sovereign Nu Smai Tawi Maatikratik Nation.


    Join Host NswtMwtAst Dr. ChenziRa - Ankhcollaborative Co-Founding Director of Per Ankh Khamniversity Institute, PerAnkhMSmaiTawi & Per Ankh Inc.- a NGO with Special Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC & NPO in St. Croix, Virgin Islands. PerAnkh preserves, institutes and respects: Culture, Healing, Arts, Technology & Spirituality for Life, Inspiration, Freedom & Education =CHATS4LIFE!  


    Visit www.perankhu.org  www.youtube.com/perankhu & www.facebook.com/perankh RAclaim Ma'at! RAspect LIFE! RAstore the Sacred & Sovereign Nu Maatikratik Nation of SMAI TAWI. Ankhtribute today @www.perankhu.org or via PayPal to perankh@gmail.com.  

  • 00:46

    Missing Pages Of History

    in History

    Join "Missing Pages Of History/MPH Inc." on Saturdays at 12 Noon est. MPH is a voice for the voiceless and it seeks to serve underserved communities and people. Join us on the 20th of December as we speak "truth to power" and fill in those "missing pages of history." Today's topics are: "The Grand Jury, Witnesses Ferguson," "Eric Garner Civil Rights & Justice" & "Cuba -U.S. Relations & President Obama," Call in at 818-337-0016 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc

  • 00:46

    Missing Pages Of History

    in History

    Join "Missing Pages Of History" on a bi-weekly basis on Saturdays at 12 Noon. We speak as a voice for underserved communities and act as a voice for the voiceless. Join Us...at (818) 337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc. Today's topic is: "From Micheal Brown to Eric Garner...What can we do?" This program was done on Sat., December 6, 2014.
     

  • 01:52

    "The 1st Americans Were Africans & History of Negros, Guns & Civil Rights"

    in Culture

    Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, Jan. 29th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep.  Interviews with Dr. David Imhotep author of “The First Americans Were Africans: Documented Evidence” and Yvette Carnell of YourBlackWorld.com discuss “Why is the History of Negros with Guns Being Erased from The Civil Rights Movement”.  Call in with your Questions/Comments at 914-338-1375.


     


    Dr. David Imhotep is the author of the ground breaking book, "The First Americans Were Africans: Documented Evidence". He book deals with 713 footnotes and evidence proving an African Presence in the Americas dating back at least 56,000 years ago and in the U.S. at least 51,700 years ago. He'll discuss recent findings that push these dates back even farther. Dr. David Imhotep holds the world's first Phd in "Ancient African History".
     


    1) The Principal at Howard University Middle School on the campus of Howard University in Washington D.C. is coming under Fire for allegedly firing 3 of the Schools Social Studies teachers for teaching “Black History” at a school that is 90% African American.  2)  This date in African American History.  


    Listen to the show phone LIVE at (914) 338-1375 or visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com. Call in with your Questions/Comments at (914) 338-1375.
     

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    Walking through Birmingham, Alabama's rich history

    in Travel

    Birmingham, Alabama - the Magic City - saw events and courageous people who played a central role in the Civil Rights struggle.  World Footprints goes on a walking tour through history along the Civil Rights Heritage Trail as we step onto the grounds where African Americans confronted Jim Crow era voilence with non-voilent civil disobedience.  We will also explore Kelly Ingram Park and Birmingham's 4th Avenue Business District and discuss the time when segregation made this the city's "Little Harlem".


    Brimingham is also known for it's rich musicial traditions and we'll pay homage to two iconic musical figures:  Henry "Gip" Gipson whose 'juke joint' is the last standing music venue of it's kind in Alabama.  Gip's Place has welcomed musicians from all over the world and every Saturday music lovers travel miles for an all-night music tailgate party on a "Sanford and Son" style lot.  We will also introduce Dr. Frank Adams, Sr., a charter member of the Alabama Hall of Fame, who regaled us with stories of his life, a musical set and his time playing with greats like Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington.  Sadly, Doc Adams passed away only one month after our meeting with him.  We are honored to showcase  his music throughout today's show.


     

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