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  • 00:42

    William Still and Vigilance Committee Rescue Jane Johnson and Sons

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    Arriving by train from Washington D.C. on July 18, 1855 was slaver Col. John H. Wheeler of North Carolina; and a black enslaved woman Jane Johnson; and her two sons, Daniel and Isaiah. Wheeler was the American minister to Nicaragua, and his party was passing through, on their way to New York. Wheeler left Jane and her sons locked in a hotel room, giving specific instructions not to talk to any of the black hotel staff. Jane, however, did just that, informing a black worker that she was a slave who wanted to be free. The hotel worker drafted a note to William Still, the African American head of the Vigilance Committee of the local Underground Railroad, and sent it off to Still at the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society office at 153 N. 5th St.(C). Still alerted his white colleague, Passmore Williamson, at his office on 7th and Arch (point D), and they raced off to the hotel. They arrived as the 5 o’clock ferry was about to depart and approached the Wheeler party accompanied by five black dockworkers -- John Ballard, James P. Braddock, William Curtis, James Martin and Isaac Moore -- who quickly perceived the situation. Still told Jane that under Pennsylvania law she was a free woman and could leave Wheeler here and now if she wished.

  • 01:34

    William Still 1- Book Reading - Underground Railroad

    in Education

    The Gist of Freedom is pleased to present to you the reading of William Still's Underground Railroad, 1871!   William Still was the Black abolitionist from Philadelphia who was described by the New York Times as  "The Father of the Underground Railroad". He commissioned Harriet Tubman's rescue missions. This famous abolitionist literally wrote theUnderground Railroad book.  The book  which explained the story, narratives  often in the words of the participants in the effort to escape slavery.   This first reading of William Still's Book The Underground railroad, will recount the story of his reunion with his long lost enslaved brother Peter Still, formerly known as Peter Gist. It  also tells the story of Peter's very own John Brown like martyr, Seth Conklin.   Still also campaigned to end the racial discrimination in Philadelphia.  In 1859 he organized the effort to end black exclusion from Philadelphia streetcars.  This campaign was described in Still’s first publication, Struggle for the Civil Rights of the Coloured People of Philadelphia in the City Railway Cars in 1867.  

  • 00:56

    William Warren S1 Ep 15

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  • 01:07

    Interview With William Jacobson and Theodore Roosevelt Johnson III

    in Politics Conservative

    William A. Jacobson is a Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell University and the 2014 CPAC Blog Bash Blogger of the Year. He is the founder of Legal Insurrection, one the nations’s top conservative websites and its sister site, College Insurrection.

    Theodore Roosevelt Johnson, III is an opinion columnist, speaker, 2011-2012 White House Fellow, PhD candidate, and military officer. He writes and speaks on issues of race and politics. His latest essay is titled  “Yes, Republicans Can Win Black Voters” and can be found on NationalReview.com.


  • 01:00

    William West Show S1 Episode 36

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  • 00:16

    Be Still and Know Your God. Refreshing Moments with Dr. Barbara

    in Religion

    On Blog Talk Radio with Dr. Barbara of Faith Restoration Ministries Int'l. This is a short inspiring program to help you face the day ahead. No one knows what each day will bring, Know that sometimes an inspiring word, a thought, or a new concept is all we need to face the trials and tests of life.

    Refreshing Moments reminds us that no matter what our circumstances might be, God is still our refuge and strength and present help in the time of trouble. This is a short program to help you refresh your mind concerning God's goodness and His promises.

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  • 02:00

    2 in the Same Boat #23 - Special Guest Artist William Dorsett and Badabing!

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    Tune in LIVE this Monday11/23/2015 at 9PM EST as Mojoe and Vincent take you down a path of the Paranormal and bizarre! We are discussing strange world news and opinion! 

    We will be interviewing Artist and Activist William Dorsett! Listen in as he talks about his projects, activism and more! We will also discuss crazy or paranormal things that he may have experienced!

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    We will also be talking to the band Badabing! Listen in about thier music, upcoming tour, and releases!

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  • 02:04

    The Code of Hammurabi is still studied by historians and students for its contri

    in Music

    The Code of Hammurabi was written by King Hammurabi, who began ruling the Babylonian Empire in about 1800 BC. Hammurabi came to power using his strengths as a military leader, conquering many smaller city-states to create his Empire. Hammurabi believed that the gods appointed him to bring justice and order to his people, and he took this duty very seriously. Not long after his ascent to power, he created his Code, 282 laws written to define all relationships and aspects of life in the kingdom. The laws were displayed in a public place so that all the people could have the opportunity to study them. The laws applied to everyone, though application of the laws and punishment differed according to social class. The punishments for disobeying the laws were swift and harsh, further encouraging compliance. The form of the Code of Hammurabi is significant in the way that it is written. The simple language used to write the Code allowed the average member of Babylonian society to understand the expectations placed on them. Each of 282 laws was written separately with specific examples of indiscretions that were illegal, and the precise form of punishment that would occur. Join Goddess Rebekkah Muhammad and Tim Aldred for the full enlightening show 11/25/2015 @ 4:00 pm est (661) 467-2407

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  • 00:29

    NFL Thanksgiving Day preview when will you fit your turkey dinner in?

    in Sports

    The NFL and Thanksgiving have become a tradition. Families gather to give thanks, enjoy a turkey dinner, and in many households, watch NFL football. The Detroit Lions always host the early game, and the Dallas Cowboys always host the afternoon game, and in 2006 the NFL added a primetime game. This game has no specified host team and rotates from year to year. The primetime game this year has the Chicago Bears visiting the Green Bay Packers.

    The Philadelphia Eagles will visit Detroit, with a 12:30 PM ET kickoff. The Detroit Lions are 35-38-2 on Thanksgiving, and the Eagles have never lost on Thanksgiving, boosting a 6-0 record. Last year, the Eagles stuffed the Cowboys 33-10.  Both teams are struggling this year and enter the game with losing records. The Lions basically need a miracle to make the playoffs. The Eagles are only one game behind the New York Giants for first place, in the NFC East. 

    The undefeated Carolina Panthers visit the Cowboys who have Tony Romo back. Even at 3-7, the Cowboys still have hopes of making the playoffs only being two games behind the New York Giants. Carolina continues to win games, and are etching closer to locking up home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. 

    The Chicago Bears visit Lambeau Field to play the Green Bay Packers, in the prime time game. The Packers need to win to maintain first place, in the NFC North. The Bears have quietly improved to 4-6 and could be mentioned in the playoff race with a win.

  • 00:31


    in Politics

    Tonight and the rest of this week we are going to discuss Cleavers NOTES ON NATIVE SON.  In this we will discuss the theory of self hate and displaced love for those who are your enemy and enemy to the thought of a life of liberation for Black People. "After reading a couple of James Baldwin's books, I began experiencing that continuous delight one feels upon discovering a fascinating, brilliant talent on the scene, a talent capable of penetrating so profoundly into one's own little world that one knows oneself to have unalterably changed and liberated from the frustrating grasp of whatever Devils happen to process one.  Being a Negro, I have found this to be a rare and infrequent experience, for few of my black brothers and sisters her in America have achieved the power, which James Baldwin calls his revenge, which outlast kingdoms:  the power of doing whatever cats like Baldwin do when combining the alphabet with the with the volatile elements of his soul.  (And, like it or not, a black man, unless he has become irretrievably "white-minded, " responds with additional dimension of his being to the articulated experience of another black---in spite of the universality of human experience.) 
    I as I imagine many others did and still do, lusted for any-thing that Baldwin had written.  It would have been a gas for me to sit on a pillow beneath the womb of Baldwin's  typewriter and catch each newborn page as it entered this world of ours.  I was delighted that Baldwin, with those great big eyes of his, which one thought to be fixedly focused on the microcosm, could also pierce the microcosm. And although he was so full of sound, he was not noisy writer like Ralph Ellison.  He placed so much of my own experience, which I thought I had understood, into new perspective."  SOUL ON ICE by Elderidge Cleave