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Last week Nurturing Our Roots Fine Arts Gallery and The Jesus Christ Apostolic Ministries took a group of twenty-one campers and eleven chaperones on a tour of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN., Upon leaving the National Civil Rights Museum the campers toured Marks, Ms., the home of the "Wagon Mule Train." It was the first time for many of the campers and chaperones to visit the Mississippi Delta, National Civil Rights Museum and the Slave Haven Underground Musuem. Joining Nurturing Our Roots BTL to talk about their kids educational tour are Antwan Blossom, Laroncia Brumfield-Seymore and Lawanda Irving.
Second Segement: Join host Antoinette Harrell and her guests Horace Martin, CEO and board member Bobby J. Ginn of Operation "I care", Operation " I Care" was established to empower the youth of Amite, Louisiana.
Born in Louisiana, Wes Ricks' music is a by-product of his Choctaw Indian roots, but oddly enough, his musical journey began in Vietnam. From 1966 to 1967 he was a "River Rat" for the U.S. Navy patrolling the waters -- "a sitting duck" in a small 2-man boat, often 24-hour days, looking for Viet Cong and smugglers carrying contraband -- drugs, munitions and anything that would aid the enemy. After his tour of duty Wes signed up for guitar and keyboard lessons through the Phoenix VA Health System's Recreation Therapy program. But soon after, as he and his late wife, Margie walked through the Mall in Tempe, AZ the distinctive sound of a pentatonic flute being played by Native American flutist, Sagio called to him -- and Wes was hooked. His musical career was put on hold for 12 years, while he cared for his wife until her death in 2007. Now, he volunteers at the VA, travels and through his music Wes expresses his "inner self." His heritage, heartache, harrowing experiences and happiness are all part of his music. Oliver Wendell Holmes said: "Many people will die with their music still in them." But Wes Ricks won't be one of those people.
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Music and reports from Henry Turner Jr. of Henry Turner Jr. and Flavor from road travels and Hit City Records studio!
In TNIAAP's last show before the holidays (probably), John, Dan and Jared discuss what happened to Syracuse against Louisiana Tech, what to expect against Villanova and of course, beer.
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Welcome our next huest, Luis Rosa, hoodoo man, who has been counseling and doing spiritual work for more than 20 years. Known as "Papa Rose" he hails from New York City and is of Puerto Rican descent, but has followed his heart and his craft to New Orleans; where he once worked for the famous Marie Laveau's/Rev. Zombies' House of Voodoo. He helps his clients by combining genuine concern with large doses of common sense and understanding from his home in Mississippi where he does "a lil' psycho analysis" and despences "no-nonsense, homespun wisdom; with a big helping of Hoodoo". His "down home rootwork" and backwoods conjuring are available to clients online or in person. You can get his hand crafted quality goods, crafts and artwork at his online store, The Louisiana Curio Shoppe.
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General Sports Talk with your hosts Robert Ford and Andre Peterson. Topics to include:
1. Bowl Predictions: New Orleans Bowl - Nevada vs. Louisiana Lafayette, New Mexico Bowl - UTEP vs. Utah State
2. Ex Nebraska coach lands Youngstown State head position.
3. TCU gives Gary Patterson a new long term contract.
4. Paul Chryst informs Pitt about meeting with Wisconsin.
5. Most overrated CFB Teams this past season?
6. Congrats to Marcus Mariota on winning the Heisman.
7. NFL Playoff Picture
8. What NFL Assistant coaches are ready to be head coaches?
9. Cowboys optimistic that DeMarco Murray will play against Colts this weekend.
10. Redskins put Colt McCoy on IR, RG3 gets another chance.
11. Takeaways from NFL's week 15.
12. 5 best rookie WR's this season.
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In this show Robert Ferguson has a candid conversation with Cody Holley, a Louisiana native, who has dedicated his life to see people transformed through the power of praise and worship. With his sincere passion to lead God's people into a deeper relationship with Him, he has served in full time ministry for over a decade. In this interview, you will be introduced to the Diet Free Life System and the 6 Day Detox Drop as Cody is going to embrace the opportunity to eat real food in fat burning combinations to optimize energy and lose weight weekly. Plus, you'll hear Cody's most popular song, Saturate. DON'T MISS IT!
Mable John (born November 3, 1930) is an American blues vocalist and was the first female signed by Berry Gordy to Motown's Tamla label. John was born in Bastrop, Louisiana. At a very young age, she and her parents moved to north across the state-line into Arkansas where her father got a job in a paper mill near the community of Cullendale. There four brothers (including R&B singer Little Willie John) and two sisters were born. In 1941, after her father was able to secure a better job, the family moved to Detroit, where two additional brothers were born. The family lived in a new housing development at Six Mile and Dequindre Road. She attended Cleveland Intermediate School, and then Pershing High School, which is at Seven Mile and Ryan Road. After graduating from Pershing High School, she took a job as an insurance representative at Friendship Mutual Insurance Agency, a company run by Berry Gordy's mother, Bertha. Later, she left the company and spent two years at Lewis Business College. She subsequently ran into Mrs. Gordy again, who told Mabel that her son Berry was writing songs and was looking for people to record them. Gordy began coaching her and would accompany John on piano at local engagements. This continued until 1959, when John performed at the Flame Show bar on John R Street at the last show that Billie Holiday did in Detroit, just weeks before Holiday's death.
The same year, John began recording for Gordy. First she was signed to United Artists, but nothing was released there. Eventually, she became one of the first artists signed to Tamla, Gordy's own label. In 1960, she released her first Tamla single, "Who Wouldn't Love a Man Like That?," a romantic blues number, to no success. John followed with "No Love" in June of that year and then with "Actions Speak Louder Than Words" by year's end.
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