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We have got another great show for you today. The Bay Area is sure to know this veteran performer for this area. He is Blues Guitarist Augusta Lee Collings, a member of the West Coast Blues Hall of Fame. He has performed with such local legends as Frankie Beverly and Maze and the Pointer Sisters. Some of the many others are Lighting Hopkins and Herbie Hancock. Now better known for his blues, country and folk music he still finds the time to write and create his unique sound. That is something you will hear from his latest CD, The Game. We will play music from that CD.
We are also going to talk to Lawrence Rasheed from G.R.I.O.T. (Greatness Rediscovered in Our Time) about the “Million Fathers March” coming up in September. So…stop on by and enjoy another Real Talk subject show.
This show is sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group’s website at http://hcofa.net/ and our host’s third book, entitled, The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478746232
Dave Newhouse has spent 50-plus years as a sportswriter and columnist, mostly at the Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California. In addition, he has written 11 books, including two which will be published in 2015. “Forgotten 49ers: The Dark Days before the Dynasty” deals with the beginning of the San Francisco 49ers, and their early, mostly disappointing years before the franchise became a dynasty in the 1980s under Bill Walsh. There has been no book on the 49ers like this book, as it includes interviews with 49er players from as far back as the 1940s, including two Original 49ers in 1946. This book, published by The Kent State University Press, has be released. Newhouse’s second book, as yet untitled, is a Hoosiers-like story involving former Cal basketball coach Lou Campaneili’s previous job at James Madison University in Virginia. George F. Thompson Publishing will release this book mid-fall. Newhouse grew up in Menlo Park, California, and held the shot put record at Menlo-Atherton High School. After four years in the United States Air Force, during which time he entered the field of journalism on assignment in France, he was graduated from San Jose State University in 1964. That same year he began working for the Oakland Tribune, from which he retired in November 2011. For nearly five years in the 1980s, he hosted a radio sports talk show in San Francisco. He has appeared on numerous television sports documentaries. He had received national and local awards for his writings and commentaries, and was honored by the Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame in Oakland in 2014. Though 76, he isn't slowing down; he has other book projects ahead. He lives in Oakland with his wife of 50 years
At birth, Dr. Alette Coble-Temple was given a 10% chance of surviving. With the support of her parents, they fought the local school district and won. She graduated from Los Altos High School where she gave the student commencement speech.
Andrea Dazall, at the tender a
Hon. Dezie Woods-Jones was the first Black woman Vice Mayor of Oakland and also served as an Oakland city council member
Hon. Leo Bazile--served as Vice Mayor and an Oakland city council member
Hon. Elihu Harris-former California Assemblyman and former Mayor of Oakland
Paul Cobb--Publisher Post Newspaper Group and civil rights leader
Join Rich Gehlhausen Host of ON THE LINE Public Interest News and Special Guest for this National Event.
Library Of Congress Jennifer Gavin
The Library of Congress and Honorary Chairs President Obama and Mrs. Obama invite you to the 15th Anniversary National Book Festival, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at the Washington Convention Center. To mark this special occasion, as well as the 200th anniversary of the Library's acquisition of Thomas Jefferson’s personal library
Special Edition of Sons of the American Legion Radio Report:
In January 2005, Steven J. Hatchell became President and Chief Executive Officer of The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame, Inc.
As president & CEO, Steve oversees a nationwide organization with 121 chapters in 47 states with more than 12,000 members who host more than 1,000 local annual events. His leadership has played a critical role in the opening of the state-of-the-art $68.5 million College Football Hall of Fame in the heart of Atlanta. Steve served as the first commissioner of the Big 12 Conference in Dallas, an entity he helped establish in 1995 after serving as the last commissioner of the Southwest Conference from 1993-95. From 1987-93, Steve headed the Orange Bowl as its executive director. Steve was director of sports information for the University of Colorado from 1972-76. He left CU to become SID at Colorado State.
Steve has also served on several U.S. Olympic Committee boards and as part of the staff for three Olympic games. Steve graduated with a journalism degree in 1970 from the University of Colorado.
More about the National Football Foundation at: http://www.footballfoundation.com/
Kenneth G. Kraetzer is executive director of Sons of the American Legion Radio, which since 2007 has conducted weekly reports on veterans, the active military, and college sports with coverage provided of Army West Point football since 2009. SALRadio is part of Squadron 135, White Plains, NY of the Sons of the American Legion, a member of the The American Legion, the world's largest veterans organization. Weekly reports are provided on WVOX 1460 AM New Rochelle, NY. firstname.lastname@example.org @SonslegionRadio
Messenger Elijah Muhammad Speaks
MESSENGER ELIJAH MUHAMMAD SPEAKS!
*THE THEOLOGY OF TIME
(August 27, 1972)
MESSENGER ELIJAH MUHAMMAD SPEAKS!
*THE THEOLOGY OF TIME
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