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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.
Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project interviews Tatums resident and community-builder D. Smith about the opportunities for land owndership, business development, and social support in historically black towns.
For more information about The Black Towns Project, visit: www.blacktownsproject.org
This episode of Visiting Church with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale concludes a series of discussions with evangelist, story-teller, scholar and poet Myrna Roberts. Professor Ragsdale will discuss the things she learned from "visiting church" with Myrna Roberts over the last several weeks. Ragsdale and Roberts will discuss the Proverbs 31 community-building tactics and how those compare to the strategies used in historically black towns.
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The Black Towns Social Movement was founded primarily by former slaves and it was a successful movement, because several townships were established and several of those communities still exist today. However the Honorable Marcus Garvey who had up to 2,000,000 followers, but the Black Star Line venture never got off the ground and the membership reduced with no "business system" in place.
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the distinctions between the Black Towns Social Movement and Marcus Garvey, so that we can learn lessons on how we can build and protect an organization.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss "Municipal Literacy" and what it takes to become "municipal literate". We shall the Black Towns Business Model to demonstrate Municipal Literacy with Professor Rhonda Ragsdale.
How was it that the former slaves who pioneered the Black Towns Social Movement were able to transform themselves into land barons and real estate moguls and build towns WITHIOUT any formal education, bank financing, or government aid ?????
We shall take a look at American Beach, Florida, Abraham Lincoln Lewis, and Boley, Oklahoma.
Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of Black Towns Radio will clue us in to their success strategies and help us to become municipal literate.
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
Professor Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project continues the discussion of Proverbs 31 community-builing with evangelist, storyteller, scholar, and poet Myrna Roberts.
Rhonda Ragsdale of the Black Towns Project continues her discussion with evangelist, storyteller, poet, and scholar Myrna Roberts.
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