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Join The Gist of Freedom, www.blackhistoryblog.com, as we welcome William Lambert's descendant Christina Streety-Napier!
Lambert was a friend of radical abolitionist John Brown and, like the more militant abolitionist leader Henry Highland Garnet, Lambert called for the slaves to rise up against their masters. At times Lambert very publicly helped fugitive slaves escape to Windsor, Canada, which was just across the Detroit River from the city of Detroit. Lambert’s most famous incident occurred in 1847, when he had the owner of fugitive slave Robert Cromwell thrown in jail so that Cromwell could escape to Canada by boat.
Abolitionist and civil rights activist William Lambert was born in Trenton, New Jersey in 1817, the son of a manumitted father and a freeborn mother. As a young man Lambert was educated by abolitionist Quakers.
Twenty-three year old Lambert arrived in Detroit, Michigan in 1840 as a cabin boy on a steamboat, and eventually started a profitable tailoring and dry cleaning business. Upon his death Lambert left behind an estate estimated at $100,000. Lambert was also a founder of the St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church and served as one of its wardens.
Tuesday, June 2nd, 10pm EST Listen to the The African History Network Show 10:00pm-12midnight EST (7:00pm-9:00pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network. Our guest April Taylor of Your Black World to discuss hot topics from their website dealing with Police Brutality, Racism and more. We’ll also discuss current events and hot topics on our Facebook Fanpage “The African History Network”. CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS/COMMENTS & LISTEN AT (914) 338-1375. Listen online LIVE and the archived show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/06/03/april-taylor-of-your-black-world-interview or www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com
JOIN US FAMILY AS WE TOUCH ON THE TOPIC BLACK LABOR WHITE WEALTH WE WILL BREAK DOWN IN FULL DETAIL HOW EXACTLY BLACK PEOPLE GOT INTO THERE CURRENT CONDITON! WAS IT BECAUSE WE ARE LAZY? STUPID? OR SELF DESTRUCTIVE? OR WAS THERE A SYSTEMATIC PLAN TO EXPLOIT AND ENSLAVE BLACK PEOPLE ?HOW IS IT THAT WE BUILT THE ENTIRE INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE WORLD BUT ONLY OWN 1 PERCENT OF THE WEALTH IN THE COUNTRY? FROM SUGAR TO COTTON TO OIL... HOW DID WE GET IN THIS POSTION? BUT EQUALY AS IMPORTANT HOW DO WE GET OUT? JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING SHOW ON BLOGTALK RADIO.. WE GOING HARD!! BE IN THE BUILDING FAMILY!!
Now that #CaitlynJenner is done derailing Black WallStreet day, we can talk about the real issues.
In The Headlines.
1. Break through in menstrual hygiene.
2. Elementary school kitchen manager fired for giving students without money free lunch
3. Growth in green energy jobs outpaces coal industry losses
4. Presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) has a unique take on transgender rights.
5. Fracking Bans Are No Longer Allowed In Oklahoma
From there, we'll go into the history of Black WallStreet.
It's Tuesday, so we'll have the Green News Report and more.
Booker T. Washington & Africa, The Making of A Pan Africanist~ author Dr.Wrightty
Penn State football picked up a monster recruit last week, as four-star offensive tackle Michal Menet announced that he will join the Nittany Lions' 2016 recruiting class. He is the latest star prospect to join what is shaping up to be one of the best classes in school history. In this episode of the Black Shoe Podcast, Bill, Nick and Matt will take a look at what Menet's commitment means in the immediate future, they'll take a look at the class as it's currently constructed and they'll end with a look at how this class could shape up come National Signing Day. Get excited, the Black Shoe Podcast is back!
We hear the term "black-on-black crime" quite often on news shows. Like the term "reverse racism," it appears to be a term insinuates something to be an isolated problem when it's in fact something all people experience. All races experience a high rate of race-on-race crime, but why do we not hear the terms "white-on-white crime" or "Latino-on-Latino crime"? Why are black people singled out?
- Is the black-on-black crime rate that much worse than other races?
- Does the media perpetuate these violent rages that apparently runs only in black communities?
- What should leaders do to address it?
All of this, Charlie Charlie, and more onthe Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinons."
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On tonight's Turnt Up Tuesday show the Queens will be talking about black women and our hair.
Do you wear your hair natural? Are you a afro or twist type of naturlista? What about my sistas rocking the weaves, why do you wear them? We want to let the ladies openly discuss their hair type and preference. The reason this topic is so important is because the media will have our women thinking their hair is ugly natural, & thinking we need long weaves that are lighter in color then our skin. BUT, We must embrace our natural hair AND at the same time stop putting each other down for not wearing our natural hair. The only problem I have is you women AREN’T aware of what weaves and perms do to your hair and DO NOT know how to take care of your hair.. So let the Dymonds help you ladies be understand how to properly take care of your hair regardless of what style it is in.
Ladies tonight is YOUR night. Tune into the Dymonds Radio show as we talk about black women & their hair LIVE at 8 PM PST…. Call in @ 347-996-5750 to voice your opinion!
Join The Gist of Freedom as welcome author Dr. Tyrene Wright, “Booker T. Washington And Africa, The Making of A Pan Africanist.”
A Booker T. Washington scholar, Dr. Wright takes a different approach to examining Washington and the Tuskegee model. Her research focuses on Booker T. Washington's role and relationship with African people and Africa which argues that Washington's role was to promote sustainable agriculture, and economic models amongst African communities worldwide. She is the author of Booker T. Washington and Africa (forthcoming) which is the first book of its kind, and covers two international policy cases: The Liberian Crisis, and the African Exclusion Measure, where Washington proves himself to be an adept Pan-Africanist and negotiator for African people.
Tyrene Wright PhD., is a scholar, human rights activist, producer, poet and founder of African Women for Africa, an international non-government organization. She holds a B.S. in History from Tuskegee University, a Master's of Arts in History with a concentration in Modern Africa from the City University of New York, and a Ph.D. from the Union Institute & University in Public Policy. Tyrene has held various appointments throughout the City University of New York, specifically John Jay College for Criminal Justice, City College, La Guardia Community College, and York College. After teaching for the University of Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar University) in Dakar, Senegal she returned to the U.S. and founded African Women for Africa, an organization designed to provide health literacy to African women throughout the African World.
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