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This episode of Black Towns and the Arts with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale will feature a discussion of 19th Century novels that reveal the space black towns held in the imagination and in history.
This episode of Visitng Church with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project continues the discussion with guest Myrna Roberts.
Black Town Books is a series brought to us by Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project. Each episode addresses a different work in the historiography of black towns. In this episode, @ProfRagsdale will discuss the history, Exodusters by Dr. Nell IrvinPainter. Exodusters is a scholarly study of the first wave of U.S. black town migrants after Reconstruction.
More about Professor Ragsdale: www.rhondaragsdale.com
More about the Black Towns Project: www.blacktownsproject.org
Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project continues her discussion with evangelist, storyteller, poet, and scholar Myrna Roberts.
Professor Rhonda Ragsdale is joined by evangelist, storyteller, scholar, and poet Myrna Roberts as they continue their discussion of community-builing through a close read of Proverbs 31. The Visiting Church series was a concept born out of the Black Towns Project.
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Rhonda Ragsdale www.rhondaragsdale.com
Myrna Roberts www.myrnaroberts.com
Black Towns Project www.blacktownsproject.org
For this 3rd episode of Visiting Church, Professor Rhonda Ragsdale continues with the ideas of self-governance and community with evangelist, storyteller, writer, and poet Myrna Roberts. Roberts speaks of community concepts as a scholar of communication, but she also brings a black towns perspective. Her family members were established residents of Tatums, Oklahoma, and she spent many weekends and summers enjoying the physical and psychological refuge of the historically black town.
* This episode begins to explore the ideas of a Proverbs 31 community and the correlations with historically black towns.
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This is the start of a series on Black Towns with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale. She will give us us an over all glimpse into history, which is the existence of Black Townships in the Americas.
Mayor Leila Davis who is the Mayor of Taft, Oklahoma, which is an HBT (historical black township) will give us the history of Taft. Mayor Davis is the first African American woman to be elected mayor of a city in the United States.
in Real Estate
We are in for round (3) today on our Black Towns sessions with Prof. Rhonda Ragsdale.
Today Professor Ragsdale will be speaking on the "Black Towns Social Movement" circa 1870's - 1910.
Based on a model used in historically black towns, Professor Ragsdale introduces a series called Visiting Church where voices from black towns will share their outlooks on life perspectives, spirituality, and more. This series introduction and upcoming episode will be joined by evangelist, storyteller, writer, and poet Myrna Roberts.
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