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Civil Rights legend Bob Zellner will be our special guest on Lunch with Louden.
The son and grandson of Klansmen, Zellner turned away from his heritage joining the civil rights movement and later becoming the first white secretary of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Having recently turned 75 years young, Bob has been arrested 18 times fighting for equal justice in America, including April 29, 2013 on the first day of a North Carolina civil disobedience protest that became known as "Moral Monday."
Eric Byler will guest host for Jeanene Louden and Debilyn Molineaux. Eric and Bob will be transmitting from Belhaven, NC where he and Annabel Park are filming for Story of America. As many of you saw on the Coffee Party Facebook page, an historic coalition anchored by Beaufort County, NC's leading Republicans and the North Carolina NAACP saved a rural hospital that had been slated for closing on April 1. "I relate deeply to the kinds of transformations we're seeing here," Zellner said yesterday after meeting African American community leader Butch Bonner, Belhaven Mayor Adam O'Neal, and others who helped to save the Vidant Pungo Hospital.
Join your host Edie Baran as she talks Arts in Janesville and beyond! Originally from Chicago, Edie is a professional storyteller who has been involved with the arts scene in Rock County for many years. Look for exciting guests showcasing the variety and creativity of arts in our area! Only on Janesville Community Radio!
Host Maisha Guy gets up close on the thoughts surrounding at-risk communities with Author Ronald Cooper, How to Win in Life in A Greater Way, for an exclusive on Building Unity in the Community.
The Gutter, The Game, The Glory, How to Build Unity in the Community.
Ronald Cooper is an extraordinarily gifted ordained minister and author. He has a passion for speaking in general and preaching in particular.
He continues to add life changing value to individuals, churches, and other entities of diverse cultures to improve their quality of living as he has done for thirty-nine years.
We also wecome Ms. Jessica Green who is Louisvilles premiere advocate for youth, and the community.
She is a Practicing Attorney
• Former Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Jefferson and Hardin County
• Former foster mother to young children and pre-teens in our community
• Graduated from Central High School, 1999 (valedictorian)
• Graduated from Spelman College, 2003 (freshman and senior class president)
• Graduated from the University Kentucky College of Law, 2006 (Faculty Cup recipient)
• Past Vice-President of the Louisville Black Lawyer’s Association
Members of the Memory Keepers, a group of descendants of the Old Edgefield District (South Carolina) African American diaspora and one historian, join Jane this evening to talk about their collaboration on their new book called Our Ancestors, Our Stories. Tonight's show includes Bernice Bennett, Harris Bailey, Jr., Ellen Butler and Vincent Sheppard.
The Memory Seekers came together to share their family stories, create a family legacy, and fulfill a vision to write and publish a book about their African American ancestors.
This book offers you insights into the African American experience in Edgefield County, South Carolina through the eyes of five very different authors, who have a strong belief that it is their responsibility to tell these stories. They want their ancestors to be remembered as individuals who lived, loved, worked, survived, raised families, and had faith in God. Through their walks in life from slavery to freedom, they left a legacy.
Today, I am on location in Las Vegas Nevada having my flag flown at the Clark County Museum. I am being hosted by Mark P. Hall-Patton: Administrator, Clark County Museum system.
This is the same flag that has flown over Cheyenne high school in North Las Vegas where my son Robert teaches English.
It is honor and privilege to do a show with a gentleman that I have seen on TV (“Pawn Stars” and “American Restoration”, take the time out of his busy schedule to both hoist my flag and then talk about his adventures as a museum administer.
Mark Hall-Patton is the Museums Administrator for the Clark County museum system, where he oversees the Clark County Museum, the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum, and the Searchlight History Museum. He has been with Clark County for nineteen years, and was previously the Director of the San Luis Obispo County Historical Museum in California.
He is a MAP surveyor for the American Association of Museums. He has authored two books, Memories of the Land (a place names dictionary of San Luis Obispo County, California) and Asphalt Memories (a street names dictionary of the Vegas valley). He has written over 400 published articles, and has written and produced 48 local history videos. In 2009, he hosted a live interview program on C4 television in the Vegas valley, and is regularly seen on the History Channel’s Pawn Stars as a visiting expert. He has also appeared on American Restoration and Mysteries at the Museum.
In addition to the Nevada Museums Association, where he served as President from 2000 to 2002 and 2008-2010, and has previously served on the California Association of Museums and Western Museums Association boards. He is a member of the Board of the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation, and the Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame.
Southern bred Sheryl Thomas and New Yorker Kenneth T. Jones using humor and the contrast of their personalities and experiences provide listeners upbeat, entertaining and careful analysis of the issues we all face on a national, state and local level.
Sheryl, a college educated (BS History, University of Texas), mother of five successful children, epitomizes the typical American who has joined the grassroots movement to provoke change in the local, state and national government. In her years of involvement she has leapt from casual observer to Grassroots Activist, local TEA Party Chapter founder, Founder of W2A Women for the 2nd Amendment and political commentator. Strong beliefs and her ability to identify and articulate the feelings of everyday people make Sheryl a unique talent on the air today.
Ken, Orange County Undersheriff, retired State Police investigator and college instructor brings more than 30 years of law enforcement and 25 years of educational experience with a strong forensic background to voice his support of the U.S. Constitution. With an uncanny ability to reduce complex issues to everyday language Ken brings a very different experience to the grassroots movement.
Sheryl and Ken host The Sheryl & The Sheriff Radio Show every Wednesday, 8-10PM at Blogtalkradio.com/sheryl_sheriff and rebroadcast on Redstatetalkradio.com.
Discussing New Release: Victims Of Circumstances
For twenty years he knew the man who murdered his wife. He knew he was where he belonged: in a jail cell, never again to see the light of day as a free man. It didn’t help Chris Redgrave move on, but it was enough. Then the new city-slicker State Attorney of Palm Beach County came to pay him a visit. He told Chris of advances in DNA testing. He told him of recanted witness statements and a racist, good ol' boy culture that mistook an innocent man for a guilty one. And he told him of Julian Anderson’s release from prison.
As his closure unravels and memories of his wife’s brutal death haunt him once again, Chris wages war with himself over if he can accept that his wife’s true killer has lived free for the past two decades. But when the new investigation into his wife’s murder unearths clues that indicate Anderson may be guilty after all, Chris is convinced he had it right all along. Knowing that the politically motivated State Attorney will never admit he made a mistake, Chris is forced to examine just how far he will go to achieve justice.
My guest for Live Your Music on 04/16/14 is Jenny Walsh.
Kent Middle School Assistant Principal, Jenny Walsh, was born in San Francisco and then attended K-12 schools in Marin County, California. Jenny is a graduate of both Bacich Elementary School and Kent Middle School. After graduating from Marin Catholic High School, she attended UCLA where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater. Jenny's experiences in college included a year abroad in England sponsored by Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied with the British American Drama Academy.
Later, her interest in American Sign Language lead her to an internship at the California School for the Deaf where she worked in a second grade classroom. She loved teaching so much that she decided to go into education. Upon completion of her teaching credential program through Dominican University, Jenny joined the Kent staff as a fifth grade teacher in 1998. She then taught 6th grade speech and 7th grade language arts. Jenny moved into administration in 2005 when she became Assistant Principal. She holds a Multiple Subjects Clear Credential with a CLAD emphasis and a Professional Clear Credential in Administrative Leadership.
Jenny lives in Marin with her husband and two children. They enjoy spending time together hiking and biking the beautiful trails of Marin.
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