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Europeans came into contact with the Caribbean after Columbus's momentous journeys in 1492, 1496 and 1498. Europe cease the opportunity to expand their territories and began settlements and trade in many of the Caribbean Islands.. The indigenous peoples, found on these Islands were believed to be mostly peaceful Tainos and warlike Caribs. These original inhabitance were unsuitable for slave labour in the newly formed plantations, and they were quickly and brutally decimated
Listen to The African History Network Show, Thurs. Nov., 7, 8pm-11pm EST as we discuss an attempt by 14 Caribbean Nations to Seek Reparations For Slavery Inflicted Upon Them by European Countries. 2 Hour - Michael Imhotep did a lecture on Sunday, Nov. 3 entitled “Christopher Columbus & The African Holocaust”. We’ll listen to an excerpt of it tonight. 3 Hour - George Frasier and Businessman Michael V. Roberts were in Detroit in October and delivered and
April - "This Month in History" hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. Dr. Leigh-Davis tells of historic events, occurring in the present month. http://www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.DrLeigh-Davis.co.uk
Tune in and listen to an interview with Executive Chef, Selwyn Richards at he talks about his new book, The Art of Cooking: Soul of the Caribbean on Wednesday, February 5, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. EST. Pre-order the book Visit www.theartofcatering.com --GREAT FOOD, GREAT PRESENTATION, GREAT EVENTS! About iCAN Radio & Minna Press The iCAN (Caribbean Author's Network) Radio Show is hosted by Lena Joy Rose, Executive Editor and Publisher at Minna Press.- a one-stop res
Bluegrass is known for not being the most sophisticated form of music. People think it is all hillbillies and hay bales, which may be true at some points. But, the majority of bluegrass has a unique sound, different than any other genre. It is not country nor folk. Bluegrass is bluegrass. It's instruments, in a typical band, include a violin (fiddle), an upright bass, a banjo, a guitar and a mandolin. But how did bluegrass start? Well, listen to find out.
Missing Page of History is program that serves as a voice the the underserved communities. We seek to fill in those pages of history that have been left out of the "established history books of today." It is by telling our story that will correct the misrepresentation of our peoples daily struggles and history. Please join us on Saturdays, bi-weekly at 12 Noon.
Missing Pages of History is a bi-weekly program,which seeks to be a voice for the underserved communities. We seek to include the history and contributions of those communities and people,who histories have been ommitted from the history books. Come and join us at 12 noon and tell us your stories and share your experiences with us. Let's fill up our missing pages of histrory and correct the present day history book/s.
Come and join Missing Pages of History bi-weekly on Saturdays Noon by call 818-337-0016. We seek to be a voice for the underserved communities. We come to speak truth to power and to fill in our missing pages of history as it applies to people who lives and contributions have been omitted from the history books.
Listen to The African History Network Show, (Special Day) Fri. April 11th, 8pm-11pm EST with guests, Queen Afua, Wholistic Health Expert and Doshon Farad, Staff Writer for YourBlackWorld.com.
Queen Afua wasn’t available for our Thursday night show so we have her for Friday. She will discuss her participation in “The 1st Counsel of The Elders” panel discussion. The Panel discussion asks 2 main questions, 1) What is Consciousness? 2) Is There a Conscious Community? This even is taking place Sunday April 13th, 2014 in Harlem, NY. Visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com for more information.
Doshon Farad, Staff Writer for YourBlackWorld.com will discuss some current events. Read his article here http://www.blackbluedog.com/2014/04/uncategorized/doshon-farad-martin-luther-king-jr-barack-obama-and-black-leadership/
We’ll also discuss the shocking death of the beautiful 22 year old founder of “For Brown Girls”, Karyn Washington.
We’ll play an excerpt of the lecture that Dr. Leonard Jeffries did with Michael Imhotep, Sunday March 23rd in Detroit. It is Item # 715 at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
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