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E269: Joe Kendall, Don Allen, Jimmy Parker HOLIDAY SHOW
Don't miss this program as the dynamic-duo of Don Allen and Ronald A. Edwards take to the airwaves. There will be no stuttering, mindless pauses or questions that are stupid. We deal in fact.
Minnesota's black leadership caste is in trouble. While elected officials put together the "game plan" for the black community, poverty pimps, huslters and clergy continue to look for that all mighty dollar bill at the sake of community progress.
The Ron and Don Show, along with OurBlackNews Network has been following the corrupt exploits of the NAACP in the matter of a newly elected president who has not been able to serve because of the antiquated people in the shadows of the old NAACP.
Posted by Don Allen (Sat.1.17.15 11:25 a.m.)
The national headquarters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - also know as the NAACP should be embarrassed and ashamed of themselves. 22 year-old UMD student Classie Dudley won the Duluth branch NAACP presidency. Claudel Washington, who some allege is an antiquated part of the old-school NAACP and former president refuses to step down. We have also asked "former" Duluth branch NAACP president Claudel Washington to join us to discuss how he can be president when a vote taken last year was in favor of ousting him (18-2-1).
Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen (who will be returning to the air after a short academic leave of absense), to talk with not only Ms. Dudley, but with concerned community members in Duluth, Minn.
Also joining the conversation will be Ms. Dudley's father, Mr. Harrison Dudley to talk about why his daugter must be the "writing on the wall" for a corrupt system that has obstructed new leadership.
Ron and Don will also talk about the Minneapolis NAACP and how this resembles a 2013 election and the total fail of the Minneapolis NAACP.
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Our program today will focus on a Surprise birthday party I attended this weekend for Mr. Eger "Count" Williams. The event was sponsored by his beautifuil nieces, Lil Bit and Big Bit. This dear friend from the Old School was surprised to tears and today we will share it with you. blogtalkradio.com /don-durant
The School of the Prophets with Pastor Wendy Allen
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The Don S. McClure Show Black History Awards Day Celebration 1998 - 2009 Black History Awards Day,
A concept given birth by admiration and respect. A concept that was inspired by those who came before me and left an indelible mark upon my mind. The very idea started after reading a few quotes by Carter G. Woodson and others like him.
Charles Chestnut, considered to be the first African American published fictional writer.One of the best known and most widely read of early African American writers, Charles W. Chesnutt published more than fifty short stories, six novels, two plays, a biography of Frederick Douglass, and countless essays, poems, letters, journals, and speeches. Though he had light skin and was of mixed race, Chesnutt self-identified as a black man, and his writing was often boldly political, openly addressing problems of racial identity and injustice in the late 19th century. and Arturo Alfonso Schomburg (January 24, 1874 – June 8, 1938), was a Puerto Rican historian, writer, and activist in the United States who researched and raised awareness of the great contributions that Afro-Latin Americans and Afro-Americans have made to society. He was an important intellectual figure in the Harlem Renaissance.
Their work took me on a journey to create something special and something that would offer just as much honor and respect for our achievements. Their efforts guided me to produce.
Black History Awards Day born from The 28 Days of February project. In Memphis Tennessee. in 1998. reaching 36 States through proclamations, signed by 36 governors in the US and the Governor of Puerto Rico.
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